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Bikie facing kidnap extortion charges

Bikie f코인 카지노acing kidnap extortion charges

Police have charged two former club members with kidnapping and extortion related to the recent Bikie gang assault on a female hostel hostelber.

The charSM 카지노ges were laid on the day of the murder of Risanna Molloy and two other Bikie members in Sydney’s west.

Brisbane siege victim Michael Bailey (pictured above) has described seeing a man who 블랙 잭seemed like an ‘a**hole’ at Bikie gatherings and is terrified of the group

The three men are charged with armed assault and kidnapping in connection with the murder of Sydney siege victim Risanna Molloy on June 14

They’re also charged with the kidnap-for-ransom offence where they allegedly threatened victims with a knife, a baton and then forced them into a van to get out of the city before leaving the premises.

Charges against those men will be laid following an ongoing investigation by NSW Police.

Mr Bailey, 28, and Andrew Taylor, 23, the former club members are believed to have been co-accused with another accused known as Mr M’Vila.

Brisbane siege victim Michael Bailey (pictured above) has described seeing a man who seemed like an ‘a**hole’ at Bikie gatherings and is terrified of the group. ‘He never had any kind of relationship whatsoever with anybody in the whole situation,’ he told AAP

His murder inspired anger and fear as the Bikie gang attacked and kidnapped a hostelber’s three young daughters in the central business district of the city on June 14.

‘I saw a guy on a bike with this big scar on his face,’ victim Risanna Molloy told reporters after her sister’s funeral at the University of Western Australia. ‘And he was like, ‘Do you know about all those kids?’ and said he’d kill the kids’.

Ms Molloy said she managed to call police to report what she had seen, but her calls were not picked up.

‘I said “Oh my God this person’s not on my level, let me call police”, and they could barely listen.’

Brisbane mother Risanna Molloy, pictured after her sister’s funeral at the University of Western Australia, said she heard police shouting at her son when he told them a man with a knife had assaulted a hostelber. Her brother, 26-year-old Stephen Michael Molloy (right) was the victim, an