A New York City motorcycle gang leader was shot and killed over the weekend in what is believed to be a targeted attack, a report says. Francisco Rosado, who lead the Bronx chapter of the Pagans Motorcycle Club, suffered wounds to the head and chest after two masked men opened fire in the borough Saturday afternoon, law enforcement sources told the New York Post.
Cornered in a dead end of an alleyway by the biker gang, he is almost killed as the gangsters bat empty liquor bottles his way (literally, with a baseball bat). When he goes after the gang in a used appliance store, he is golden: refrigerators, TVs, ladders, and hanging lamps all become his allies and accessories.
Francisco Rosado, a disturbing surveillance video has emerged showing the moment when two men wearing masks jumped from a jeep brandishing firearms with silencers and opened fire on a biker gang leader, killing him on a street in the Bronx in the middle of the day.
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Two masked gunmen aim pistols with silencers and execute Bronx biker gang leader. out of a Jeep brandishing guns topped with silencers and opened fire at a biker gang leader, killing him on a Bronx street in the middle of the day. The suspected execution took place on Hollard Avenue near Boston Road in the Allerton section of The Bronx at.
A disturbing surveillance video has emerged showing the moment two men wearing face masks jumped out of a Jeep brandishing guns topped with silencers and opened fire at a biker gang leader, killing him on a Bronx street in the middle of the day.
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Rather than seek revenge for the death of their leader as anticipated, the Ghetto Brothers called for a peace meeting among the warring gangs of the Bronx. At least 39 gang members from 20 crews in the borough attended the peace treaty conference, now known as the Hoe Avenue Peace Meeting, and eventually led to a general truce in street violence across the entire borough.