Sunday, September 1, 2013

Milwaukee Police And Multi-Task Force Taking Photos Of Alleged Motorcycle Gangs, While In Covert Operation

Milwaukee police and a multi-task force along with feds were out conducting covert operations and surveillance on major alleged motorcycle gangs that came to the city in celebration of the 110th Harley-Davidson Anniversary.

By H. Nelson Goodson
September 1, 2013

Milwaukee, WI - So far since Wednesday, Milwaukee Police haven't been fully using its Intelligence Center publicly to profile, discriminate and kick people (Harley bikers) out of the Summerfest grounds for no wrong doing during the Harley-Davidson 110th Anniversary,  according to inside sources.
On August 23-25, police used its intelligence Center to actively profile and discriminate people, former, present and future Hispanic local gang members at Mexican Fiesta 2013. Those victims were unlawfully targeted without providing any prove. They were kicked out from Fiesta and banned for ever without just cause and no refunds were ever given.
Milwaukee Police, the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Department and feds were gathering more intelligence about he Hells Angels, Milwaukee Outlaws and other affiliated 1%'s considered outlaws or gangs associated with major criminal enterprises during the 110th H-D Anniversary, according to feds. 
On Saturday, the feds working along with a multi-police task force were out snapping photos of bikers at both the Milwaukee Street block party and Brady Street block party. Seven officers, including agents were spotted taking photos undected by crowds, three of them had high tech cameras while the other four backed them up. When spotted they quickly fled back into festival on Brady.

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