federal agent who infiltrated the Outlaws motorcycle gang said he got hit in the face with a beer bottle during a brawl with a rival biker gang.
Jeffrey Grabman of the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives testified yesterday in the trial of Outlaws’ president Jack Rosga of Milwaukee. Rosga and three associates are on trial in Virginia. They’re accused of ordering numerous acts of violence to keep the Hell’s Angels and other gangs from moving into the Outlaws’ turf.
Grabman said he took a new identity to infiltrate the Outlaws, and he had surveillance equipment in his home with his ATF credentials hidden inside a wall. Grabman told the jury about a brawl in Petersburg, Virginia where a beer bottle hit him in the face, and he needed 14 stitches. Grabman said it would ended in a shoot-out had the police not arrived before then.
Rosga was arrested in June at the Outlaws’ Milwaukee headquarters. He and 26 others were indicted for a host of crimes