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Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs, including some from Canada, are making a big push in Asia and Australia as they seek a piece of the regions underworld drug and criminal empire. A long-running turf war with the Angels left more than people dead as the two fought over the lucrative trade in illegal drugs in that province. The war also led to the passage of anti-gang legislation by the federal government. The organization established three chapters.
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Born to Be Tamed: The Biker Gangs Revving on China’s Roads
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Biker Gangs flex muscles in Asia
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The club is headquartered in Southern California and was originally formed in Montebello, California , in Mongols members have a long history in the illegal drugs trade especially methamphetamine , money laundering , robbery , extortion , firearms violations, murder, and assault, among other crimes. In , Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives ATF agent William Queen infiltrated the club, eventually becoming a full-patch member and rising to the rank of chapter vice-president using the undercover alias of Billy St. In April , based on evidence gathered during Queen's month undercover time with the club, 54 Mongols were arrested. All but one of the accused were later convicted of crimes, including drug trafficking, motorcycle theft, and conspiracy to commit murder.