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Above the law: how outlaw motorcycle gangs became the world's biggest criminal empire / Ross Coulthart and Duncan McNab ; read by Michael Carman.

The world's most successful criminal empire is now being operated on a massive scale by outlaw motorcycle gangs, an empire that is growing in power, reach and ruthlessness by the day. Their international empire is both sophisticated and brutal. It is also both strategic and opportunistic, where they cannot dominate, they broker alliances. Above the Law investigates how it all started: the turf wars that were fought, the deals that were done, and how the sea of cash that was earned is now being legitimised. It also reveals how law enforcement at an international level is losing the battle against the gangs.

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Barcode Shelf Location Collection Volume Ref. Branch Status Due Date Res.
C9006811483 AB 364.1066 COU
Audiobook   Stratford Branch . . Available .  
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Field name Details
ISBN 9781742859873
Dewey 364.1066
Author Coulthart, Ross
Title Above the law [sound recording] : how outlaw motorcycle gangs became the world's biggest criminal empire / Ross Coulthart and Duncan McNab ; read by Michael Carman.
Edition Unabridged.
Published Tullamarine, Vic. : Bolinda, 2012.
Physical description 9 sound discs (CD) (10 hr., 45 min.) : digital, stereo ; 4 3/4 in.
General note Unabridged.
Performer note Read by Michael Carman.
Summary The world's most successful criminal empire is now being operated on a massive scale by outlaw motorcycle gangs, an empire that is growing in power, reach and ruthlessness by the day. Their international empire is both sophisticated and brutal. It is also both strategic and opportunistic, where they cannot dominate, they broker alliances. Above the Law investigates how it all started: the turf wars that were fought, the deals that were done, and how the sea of cash that was earned is now being legitimised. It also reveals how law enforcement at an international level is losing the battle against the gangs.
Subject Motorcycle gangs
Motorcycle gangs -- Australia
Organized crime
Organized crime -- Australia
Subculture
Subculture -- Australia
Talking books
Additional author McNab, Duncan
Carman, Michael
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