A Wayward Angel by George Wethern
The Full Story of the Hells Angels

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An inside account of the Hell's Angels, told by one of its most notorious leaders.

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GEORGE WETHERN was for many years an active member of the Hell's Angels, until he was arrested on drug and weapons charges. He turned state's witness, and is currently in hiding under an assumed name. VINCENT COLNETT is an independent journalist and writer.
Published August 1, 2004 by The Lyons Press. 307 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Political & Social Sciences, Crime. Non-fiction

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His fun times ended with a bad trip on animal tranquilizer PCP during which he plugged seven bullets into a club ""brother."" After that, says Wethern, a matter-of-fact and oddly believable fellow at the worst of times, the joy went out of the Angels' male bonding rituals, and he retired.

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