It is a photo that can not be shot in the NSW – dozens of nomad nomadic band members led by the condemned killer Moudi Tajjour who lunges for the police.
But the absence of anti-consortium laws – used so effectively by the Strike Force Raptor to upset the criminal biker unions in NSW – in the national capital has made Canberra the ideal destination for outlaw motorcycle gangs.
It is understood that the Sydney bikers even go to load their motorcycles on trucks and send them to the Australian Capital Territory so they can ride together during visits to hold meetings and do business.
Tajjour has posted a photo of his band in a tourist spot overlooking Canberra on Instagram on Sunday, along with a video clip.
"Malcolm Turnbull we came to Canberra to say 'hello to you,' 'said Tajjour, in a reference to the spill of leadership last Friday that ousted Mr. Turnbull as first Minister.
It is understood that the police stopped the group and talked to them before they were ridden.
"There's no way they can get away with such a picture or go around Sydney," said a senior NSW policeman at the Daily Telegraph.
"Strike Force Raptor would be all about them."
Canberra has become a safe haven for bikers since strong anti-consortium laws were introduced in the NSW in 2013 after a series of violent gang crime.
Having only one band in 2014, the capital now has four regular visits by crews out of town.
The ascent In gangs and violent acts he brought the highest police officer ACT Justine Saunders to say that he was kept awake at night by fears, an innocent person would have been a victim of bikie violence.
"You have the ACT Chief Police Officer … accepting that he fears innocent victims of bikie violence and that organized crime groups like the OMCG are coming," he said. 39; ACT Jeremy Hanson. "We need to have consortium laws here to prevent the growth of bikies before someone is killed," he said.
His request to introduce anti-consort laws was defeated by the government controlled by ALP.
A spokesman said the ACT government strengthened police powers to target criminal gangs.
But it did not support anti-consorting laws because they could have "a disproportionate impact" on vulnerable members of our society. "