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Wrecking group: the brutal real tale of the Bandidos' mythical sergeant-at-arms

Author - Caesar Campbell, Donna Campbell
Publisher - Pan Macmillan Australia
Language - English
Category - Non-Fiction > Biography
No. of Pages - 288
Publication Date - 01-September-2011

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From the bestselling writer of Enforcer
Wrecking workforce takes you into the center of the Bandidos, and the outlaw biker global, during the eyes, fists and boots of Caesar Campbell, founding member of the Bandidos in Australia and the club's first sergeant at fingers and mythical enforcer.

Jailed for seven years after the bloody ambush at Milperra that observed of his brothers killed, Caesar led and guarded the opposite imprisoned contributors of his membership within a few of Australia's hardest jails. but if he used to be ultimately published Caesar discovered that the area of the outlaw bike gangs was once altering, and that his specific values of braveness, brutal strength and utter loyalty on your membership have been making him extra enemies than associates. And with Caesar Campbell you'd otherwise be a pal than an enemy...

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