LONDON, Ont. — In a series of profanity-laden, wiretapped telephone calls played to a murder trial Friday, an outlaw biker alleged to be at the heart of a mass homicide three years ago was heard explaining to a friend that tensions with the U.S. parent organization were near breaking point.
"Uh, the people in the States are super, super fucking choked," Wayne (Wiener) Kellestine told his friend Cameron Acorn, who at the time was being held in a provincial jail in Penetanguishene, Ont.
The statement goes to the heart of the case against Mr. Kellestine, 59, and five other members and associates of the Bandido motorcycle gang.
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