Gypsy Jockers biker gang's members charged with various crimes

3 month ago

Multnomah news, Oregon news.

A court document said Thursday that the Gypsy Jokers' national president and many others members of the infamous biker gang which reportedly has caused violence and intimidation amid the Pacific Northwest were charged with several crimes including torture, kidnapping and murder.

According to the Oregonian, the 61-year-old boss of the club, Kenneth Earl Hause, along with five members of the club were suspected of letting individuals to be in a unconscious state due to the barroom brawls and aggressive assaults of rival.

Oregon's U.S. Attorney Billy J. Williams stated: "This is an organization whose members and associate pride themselves on leaving outside the law and use kidnapping, assaults, murder and other forms of violence to extend and maintain their power."