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national president of the American Outlaw Association (Outlaws) motorcycle gang was sentenced Friday to 20 years in prison for leading a violent criminal organization.



The national president of the Oulaws organization, Jack Rosga, aka “Milwaukee Jack,” 53, was found guilty on December 21, 2010, of conspiring to engage in racketeering activities and conspiring to commit violence in aid of racketeering.
 
To date, 27 individuals have been charged as a result of a long-term investigation into criminal activities of the Outlaws motorcycle gang. Twenty have either pled guilty or were convicted at trial.
 
“Jack Rosga led an outlaw motorcycle gang that was violent at its core,” said U.S. Attorney Neil MacBride. “As the gang’s national president, Mr. Rosga declared war on the rival Hell’s Angels and ordered violent acts on rival gang members. Mr. Rosga admitted to undercover federal agents that he expected to go to jail for leading this violent motorcycle gang, and the jury convicted him of conspiracy to commit racketeering and violent acts. He spent decades dedicated to a criminal way of life, and he’ll now spend decades in prison paying for those crimes.”
 
According to court documents and evidence at trial, the Outlaws motorcycle gang is a highly organized criminal enterprise with a defined, multi-level chain of command that is ultimately overseen by Rosga, the national president. Leaders and members of the Outlaws in multiple states including Wisconsin, Maine, Montana, North Carolina, Tennessee, South Carolina and Virginia are charged in a June 2010 indictment.
 
Under Rosga’s leadership, the enterprise is alleged to have engaged in violent racketeering activities with the intent to expand its influence and to control various parts of the country against rival motorcycle gangs, particularly the Hell’s Angels.
 
Court records indicate that the Outlaws planned multiple acts of violence against rival motorcycle gangs, including shows of force at the Cycle Expo in Henrico County, Virginia, in 2006; Dinwiddie Racetrack in Virginia in 2008; the Cockades Bar in Petersburg, Virginia, in 2009; Daytona Bike Week in Florida in 2009; and the Easyrider Bike Expo in Charlotte, North Carolina, in 2010.

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