Today I attended a Press Conference called by the London Chapter of the Hells Angels Motor Cycle Club and the former girlfriend of the Club Member Gerry Tobin who was shot to death on the M40 in Warwickshire at the weekend, whilst returning from the Bulldog Bash Weekend. The announcement was done at the same time as a press conference was being held in Warwickshire by the OIC of the case. Rebecca Smith remained silent throughout the procedures as the statement was read by the President of the London Chapter. The M40 was shut for more than 24 hours following the shooting whilst police combed the area for Forensics. The Police have also said that they would like anyone who witnessed the event to come forward, especially if they have any information on a green Rover 620 that was seen in the vicinity. The Hells Angel had been riding alongside two friends on his Harley-Davidson FXSTB 1500 Night Train after leaving the Bulldog Bash when he was shot dead.
Angel-Press-Conf-017.jpg” Police said they now believed the green Rover 620 seen near the incident contained at least two and possibly three occupants. CCTV images have been located from a number of places and forensic evidence from the motorway is being examined. Warwickshire Police have received more than 300 calls from people in the UK and abroad about the case. They said the inquiry had some help from bikers’ organisations but the response of the Hells Angels had been less than completely open. The London Hells Angels have set up a memorial fund for Mr Tobin and their website has been deluged with messages from around the world. A biker event planned for next month, the Chop and Rod show at Henfold Lakes, in Surrey, has been postponed as a result of the shooting ‘