Mongols member first face queensland anti bikie laws
media_camera Some member우리카지노s of the Mongols group have said their anti-bikie laws will be lifted. Picture: Getty
LOOK AT THIS: A member of the Mongols band, the Muppets, has spoken out against anti-bikie laws in Australia after a group of protesters outside his show were forced off by police.
Rapper John “Randy” Bugg and members of the group Muppet Wunderland have protested outside the Brisbane Theatre in the capital this week after a group of bikie-inspired protesters surrounded the stage after a show.
Police arrested and charged five protesters with assaulting police during the melee. Police spokesman Sgt Steve Zielinski, who told reporters there had been four arrests but he would not give further details, said no arrests had been made.
The Mongols group’s website states there are “many rules and regulations” about the music they sing.
John Bu우리카지노gg, who also produced and directed the first film with the band, said the group had a “protest flag” hanging from his stage but would now change its symbol for a new member, which he described as a “red flag”.
“The new flag has its blue and white with two black stars and the other two red stars바카라사이트,” he said.
“They were holding up the red flags in front of the stage.
“The first thing they did was get one member off and then a policeman came, he took them away and they went into the back and that’s when they got the police involved.
“The band didn’t even know who they were. They got into the back so quickly that one of the cops ran to him and gave him a taser.”
John Bugg and his band were originally inspired by the US anti-drug campaign and formed in 1995.
In December 2001, the Muppets released a video for the song ‘Bikie’ which saw a pair of black-clad bikies being taken to an area of Brisbane’s East End.
One of the victims, a young man from a rough street, said he had been approached by a group of gang members outside his house and that they were armed with knives and sticks.
“We were running away when someone came running across the street with a gun. I said, ‘We’re getting in your car. Go away.’ and then we started going.”
The video attracted more than 14 million view