Court documents filed under proceeds of crime laws name the legal figures and financiers who police allege helped Hells Angels become loan sharks to profit from junkies, dealers and business associates in their grip.
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The documents state some terrified debtors banked on injury claims to repay debts, with the bikies and their lawyers slapping "mortgages" on their payouts, homes and even the houses of relatives.
The court claims by police come as the Newman Government turns its anti-bikie blowtorch on the white-collar professionals it says are enabling the gangs' enterprises.
A landmark proceeds-of-crime action against accused Hells Angels ice traffickers alleges they exploited family ties to commercial lawyers to set up exorbitant loans and recover debts for themselves and their gang.
The traffickers' network includes their brother-in-law
The documents allege
The drug customer,
A relative of the traffickers is also accused in the documents of drawing up loan paperwork through her firm Insight Law.
The documents include claims
The bikie traffickers' alleged marks include former professional golf champion
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