The biggest "gang" of all: It's called "law enforcement". You
give respect, get respect.
Leave them alone and they will treat you respectfully.
""They would have you believe they're clubs, but they're not. They're involved
in criminal enterprise," said Champagne, noting the gang can be "incredibly
violent.""They've been actively recruiting, and their presence has
grown in Utah over the last few years," he said."This could very
well desribe law enforcement with their propensity for confiscating cash and
property from people who have not been convicted of a crime, not to mention the
numerous "dynamic entries" at wrong addresses, some resulting in the injury or
death of law-abiding occupants.
Champagne, You sound like you've been brainwashed by your own rhetoric. If you
really knew anything about this club, you would know that the vast majority are
job-holding, hard working, AMERICANS who enjoy motorcycles and brotherhood. I
see you talking a lot of trash to increase the police presence you seem so
desperate to activate, but as the writer noted, this club went into Arizona,
enjoyed that beautiful state, and left with NO MAJOR PROBLEMS (And that's a
gun-toting state to boot). I look forward to enjoying Moab, (and the local
business owners probrobly will too as the normal rally for this time of year was
cancelled). A TEXAS BANDIDO