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Australia 'Traders of misery': WA Rebels president arrested on tax evasion charges after raids

08:30  23 october  2019
08:30  23 october  2019 Source:   watoday.com.au

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The Rebels Outlaw Motorcycle Gang have been branded "traders of misery" in the WA community and their president arrested after a year-long police investigation resulted in hundreds of charges ranging from rape to tax evasion.

Detective Superintendent Tony Longhorn said WA police's gang crime squad had executed "Operation Ironfish" over the last 18 months, with the most recent raids culminating in Rockingham and parts of Perth's northern suburbs this week, and the arrest of Rebels head Nick Martin.

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In one instance, WA police partnered with the Australian Taxation Office to charge Mr Martin, 49, with tax evasion and property laundering after it was found he hadn't paid taxes between 2010 and 2012.

Mr Longhorn rejected assertions the partnership with the taxation office mounted to an "Al Capone" approach, who was also charged with tax evasion when he was finally arrested.

"We look to other legislation and everything that's available to us to disrupt organised crime, so certainly in relation to organised crime, whatever it takes to dismantle and disrupt... we'll apply it," he said.

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"To date investigators have charged 43 offenders with 207 charges," he said.

"They've executed 85 search warrants and the charges include sell and supply of methylamphetamine, cocaine, steroids and cannabis, aggravated sexual penetration, aggravated indecent assault, stalking, possession of firearms, a total of 22 firearms were seized, threats to kill and property laundering.

"Eighteen of those persons charged are Rebels members."

Police Minister Michelle Roberts was scathing about the Rebels impact on Western Australia in recent years, and said the state government would be looking at anti-consorting laws to further impact outlaw motorcycle gangs in the future.

"Organised crime members are traders of misery in the WA community," she said.

"They're the ones dealing in the drugs, they're the ones hooking young people and others onto meth within the community.

"It's not just the horrendous crimes that are committed by these people. It's the fact that they're hooking other people on drugs, they're dealing in massive quantities ... and they're destroying our youth."

Anti-consorting laws make it illegal to hang out or speak with habitual criminals.

They have previously attracted criticism from the Australian Human Rights Commission for criminalising the act of people associating with each other rather than their criminal activities, and criminologists have also questioned their effectiveness in stopping bikie violence.

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