Three guilty of biker killing
PUBLISHED: 15:46 26 November 2008 | UPDATED: 10:27 12 August 2010
THREE members of a biker gang have been found guilty of murdering a rival Hell s Angel on the M40 after a festival last year.
THREE members of a biker gang have been found guilty of murdering a rival Hell's Angel on the M40 after a festival last year.
On Tuesday, Malcolm Bull, 53, from Milton Keynes was found guilty of murdering Mottingham mechanic Gerry Tobin, 35, as he rode home from the Bulldog Bash near Stratford-Upon Avon on August 12 last year.
Simon Turner, 41, from Nuneaton and Dane Garside, 42, from Coventry were found guilty of the same charge on Monday.
They were also found guilty of a firearms charge.
Sean Creighton, 44, of Coventry, has admitted murder.
At the time of going to press, verdicts had not been delivered by a jury at Birmingham Crown Court on three other men accused of murder.
Karl Garside, 45, Dean Taylor, 47, and 46-year-old Ian Cameron have all pleaded not guilty to murder and firearms charges.
Canadian Mr Tobin was killed by one shot to the back of the head near Warwick services as he drove home at about 90mph.
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