Monday, September 7, 2020

HA Earl Noseworthy wanted his colors back - Fail

All had to stop near Highway 20 for a police check.
Earl Noseworthy wanted to stop the confiscation of his "offending property" which cops said was being used "a tool of intimidation to facilitate crimes."

On August 10, 2018, East Toronto chapter sergeant-at-arms Noseworthy and other HA came to Montérégie for Canada Run.
The check was not fast enough for Noseworthy, who threatened to shove a camera up a policewoman's ass. Even bikers present were said to be left open mouthed at the dopey comment.

Noseworthy plead guilty to a reduced obstruction charge. He was sentenced to a 12-month suspended sentence and 50 hours of community service. He also had to donate $ 1,000. His efforts to retrieve his club jewelry and colors failed. The judge ruled Noseworthy deliberately chose to dress to display the culture of violence and intimidation of bikers, and that his jacket, his jewelry, and his rings are worn for this purpose.