Raptor hit on Finks gang Bali meeting
STRIKE Force Raptor has disrupted a big meeting of the Finks bikie gang in Bali with the help of Indonesian officials who stopped and banned two members, including the national president.
On Friday evening, alleged Finks member Troy Albert Fornaciari was told he was not welcome in Bali. His refusal comes after Finks national president Kosh Radford was also stopped from entering Bali last week. Both were flown back to Australia.
It is understood the Finks were planning a big meeting in Bali, and more than 100 members and their families were either there or on their way.
The choice of Bali is a bid to thwart strict Australian antibikie laws that prevent bikie gang members from gathering. Indonesia has no such laws.
The Finks now has an Indonesian chapter and it was seen as a safe environment in which the gang could meet.
The Bali refusals appear to be part of an ongoing strategy by the anti-gang Strike Force Raptor to disrupt the lives of bikie gang members.
Some Finks members are now believed to be stranded in Bali after their accommodation was “mysteriously” cancelled.
Indonesia has the right to ban any person they deem a risk to the country and regularly ban Australian registered sex offenders from entering after being advised of their travel by the AFP.
This is the first time they have publicly admitted banning bikie group members from Australia.