THERE are Bandidos chapters strewn across the globe, and each affiliated gang has an insatiable lust for blood. Here, author Alex Caine details the infamous ‘Milperra Massacre’ in Australia.
Caine explains: “On Father’s Day 1984, in Milperra, a southwestern suburb of Sydney, the British Motorcycle Club – a tough but unaffiliated bike club – organised a swap meet, a family day, to celebrate the move of their headquarters.
They didn’t expect the Bandidos and the Comancheros would show up…
Tensions between Bandidos and the Comancheros had been ratcheting up and now war had been declared.
The Bandidos arrived in the parking lot, armed to the teeth and followed by a van carrying extra weapons. Both gangs had baseball bats, knives, chains, iron bars, shotguns and rifles.
The two gangs lined up on either side of the parking lot, bristling and posturing across the asphalt. Then Comancheros leader Jock Ross, brandishing a machete, gave the orders to his men, ‘Kill ’em all!’