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This profile was last updated on 3/16/07  and contains information from public web pages.

Mr. George Wegers

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Seattle Post Intelligencer - ...
motorcycles.ask-kamy.com, 16 Mar 2007 [cached]
Seattle Post Intelligencer - ... Angels with a courtroom victory, racketeering convictions would allow the Justice Department to seize the motorcycle club's ... District Judge John Coughenour sentenced the president of the Bandidos motorcycle gang, George Wegers, aka "Bandidos George ...
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Seattle Weekly - Several murder cases are cited including an apparent plan to kill rival biker George Wegers of Bellingham, international president of the Bandidos Motorcycle Club, who last year was convicted of conspiracy and racketeering here, getting 20 months ...
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Hells Angels case going to trial: Local News: The Seattle Times
seattletimes.nwsource.com, 26 Feb 2007 [cached]
George Wegers, the national president of the Bandidos Motorcycle Club, last May pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit racketeering.Wegers received a 20-month prison sentence in October, which included credit for time served.
The Bellingham Herald | news | | Stories of the week
www.bellinghamherald.com, 8 Oct 2006 [cached]
Friday: A federal judge sentences George Wegers, a former Whatcom County resident and national and international president of the Bandidos Motorcycle Club to 20 months in federal prison, which includes time served since his June 2005 arrest.
Inside The Bandidos Motorcycle Club The Largest Biker Gang In The World
www.authorizedmovers.com, 9 Mar 2009 [cached]
In June of 2005 Mr. George Wegers, current International President of the Bandidos, was indicted by a federal grand jury in Washington State on Racketeering, Violent Crimes In Aid Of Racketeering, Possessing Stolen Motorcycle Parts, Conspiracy To Murder and Intimidation Of Witness charges. Arrested with more than twenty other Bandidos members (including two chapter Presidents, two National Enforcers, and one National Vice President), Mr. Wegers' plead guilty to a Conspiracy To Commit Racketeering charge and was sentenced on October 6, 2006, to 20 months in federal prison.
During the apex of his club ...
www.blockheadcity.com [cached]
During the apex of his club career, "Connecticut Ed" was regularly assigned important projects, like organizing and establishing new Bandido chapters worldwide, by the international leader of the Bandidos, George Wegers.
In June of 2005 Mr. Wegers was indicted by a federal grand jury in Washington State on Racketeering, Violent Crimes In Aid Of Racketeering, Possessing Stolen Motorcycle Parts, Conspiracy To Murder and Intimidation Of Witness charges. Arrested with more than 20 other Bandidos members (including two chapter Presidents, two National Enforcers, and one National Vice President), Mr. Wegers' has recently plead guilty and will be sentenced in September 2006.
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Since founding the Oklahoma chapter of the Bandidos in early 1997, "Connecticut Ed" had been regularly assigned important projects by the worldwide leader of the Bandidos, George Wegers.
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