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Bikers Clubs Clash Outside Moscow, One Person Killed
22.10.2012 12:04
Bikers Clubs Clash Outside Moscow, One Person Killed

Over the weekend two Moscow bikers clubs clashed on the premises of a garage co-operative in Zelenograd. A fight outgrew into shooting: a biker from Three Roads club shot several times in the crowd of Night Wolves. As a result, one Wolf was killed.

      While the Investigation Committee is planning to arrest the killer, the police surveyed the territory of the co-operative. There they found an impressive arsenal of weapons: 7 pneumatic pistols, 2 rifles, 3 bullet magazines, and 5 knives.

      The reasons for clash are yet to be announced.

 - Bikers' Club Clash: from an Easy Rider to a Ghost Rider

Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: biking in Russia Zelenograd    

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