Monday, May 14, 2012

San Diego Black Sabbath Motorcycle Club President Fatally Shot

Clyde Thompson Jr.

San Diego police investigating homicide of biker club leader.

By H. Nelson Goodson
May 14, 2012

San Diego - On Friday, unkown suspects in an SUV fatally shot Clyde Thompson Jr., 51, aka, "Wild Dogg or CJ" around 11:00 p.m. at the 4200 block of Market Street while he fixed a bike in front of the San Diego chapter (Mother chapter) of the Black Sabbath Motorcycle Club. Thompson Jr., the president of the San Diego club died of multiple gunshot wounds at a hospital, according to police. Another club member was with Thompson Jr. and he survived the drive-by shooting.
Thompson Jr. took over the club last year, which was established in 1972 by seven Black men who liked to ride on Sundays and a few years later bought a building and made it their club house gathering on Market St. Afterwards, 17 other chapters around the U.S. were established and became a multi-cultural membership.
Thompson Jr. is survived by a long time girlfriend and two daughters.
A public fundraiser for Thompson Jr. was announced on the club's Facebook page for next Thursday.

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