Western Australia: Inside of Bikies man caves exposed as police announce war on guns

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The contents of the garage and ‘human caves’ owned by some of Australia’s most notorious motorcyclists have been exposed, with gangsters forced to surrender their weapons to the police.

Gang Squad members visited the homes of several of WA’s most notorious bikers to restrict their access to firearms possession and use.

The contents of the well-stocked garages of some of the state’s most dangerous organized crime figures have been revealed in new footage as police issue no-holds-barred motorcycle gun orders.

In a garage, boxes of Christmas decorations, including an inflatable Santa, are neatly stacked in preparation for the upcoming holiday season.

Gang Squad members have visited the homes of many of WA's most notorious picky personalities in an effort to restrict their access to firearms possession and use

Gang Squad members have visited the homes of many of WA’s most notorious picky personalities in an effort to restrict their access to firearms possession and use

A biker garage had boxes of Christmas decorations, including an inflatable Santa, stacked haphazardly in preparation for the upcoming holiday season.

A biker garage had boxes of Christmas decorations, including an inflatable Santa, stacked haphazardly in preparation for the upcoming holiday season.

Among several large motorcycles was a pile of brooms, rakes, cleaning equipment, and what appeared to be a small cement mixer.

Outside the garage stood a large Easter Island statue, similar to the originals found on a small island in Chile.

A large Confederate flag hung on one of the walls, symbolizing white power.

It is believed that the police visited the homes of high-profile bikers who belonged to the Mughal and rebel gangs.

on one of the walls

On one of the walls of the “Man Cave” hung a large Confederate flag, symbolizing white power.

Police have issued at least 15 high-profile bikes with gun warrants this month

Police have issued at least 15 high-profile bikes with gun warrants this month

At least 15 organized crime figures and some of Western Australia’s most serious domestic violence offenders were beaten up by the Royal Terror Organizations this week, meaning they or anyone in their presence could be searched 24 hours a day, seven days a week. week without a warrant.

Those who have been issued an FPO may not own or be in the presence of a firearm and are prohibited from visiting any address where a firearm is present.

Police Secretary Paul Papalia said the laws will help disrupt and dismantle organized crime in the state, with more orders being issued in the coming weeks.

Those who have been issued an FPO may not own or be in the presence of a firearm and are prohibited from visiting any address where a firearm is present

Those who have been issued an FPO may not own or be in the presence of a firearm and are prohibited from visiting any address where a firearm is present

At least 12 licensed firearms seized as police crack down on gun laws

At least 12 licensed firearms seized as police crack down on gun laws

“If you are a member of an illegal motorcycle gang in Western Australia, now is the time to get out of the gang or leave Western Australia,” he said.

WA Police Deputy Commissioner Tony Longhorn said 12 firearms and ammunition were seized by police when the warrants were issued.

Since then, five more firearms have been delivered.

I want to reiterate that these laws are used both surgically and tactically.

“It is issued to the most dangerous members of our community who should not be in the possession or presence of other people with firearms.

Western Australian Police Minister Paul Papalia said the laws would help disrupt and dismantle organized crime in the state, with more orders coming in the coming weeks.

Western Australian Police Minister Paul Papalia said the laws would help disrupt and dismantle organized crime in the state, with more orders coming in the coming weeks.

“We will use this legislation to attack those with criminal origins or members of illegal motorcycle gangs.”

In March, Prime Minister Mark McGowan announced that gun ownership laws would be reviewed after the number of registered firearms increased by 60 percent.

A few months later, the police were given the power to ban members of organized crime from party areas in Perth.

The maximum penalty for violating the ACA is a $75,000 fine and 14 years in prison.