onsdag 30 december 2009

Pagan Officer Pleads Guilty

The National Vice President for the Pagan's Motorcycle Club will be sentenced in April for racketeering.

Sixty-four year old Floyd "Jesse" Moore from Kanawha County plead guilty to the federal charges in U.S. District Court on Friday.

Moore admitted to conspiring with Thomas Morris, the president of a local motorcycle club chapter, to kill a woman who Morris said "ruined his life." Moore also was part of annual raffles that constitute illegal gambling.

He's surrendered more than $20,000 as part of the plea along with the intellectual property rights to the Pagan's name and logo.

Moore is one of 55 Pagan's Motorcycle Club members named in a sweeping indictment that was unsealed back in October.

The St. Albans man faces up to 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine when he's sentenced on April 15th.


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