Hells Angels founder Sonny Barger died at the age of 83 after fighting cancer.
A California biker died peacefully on June 29, surrounded by his wife Zorana and his relatives.
Read the statement on his Facebook page: "Reading this message tells me I'm gone. Immediately after my death, this memo
"I have had a long and good life full of adventure, and I had the privilege of being part of a great club."
He told his fans, "Keep loyal, stay free, and always cherish honor."
Burger is best known for launching the Auckland Hell's Angels and for incorporating his gang into an international organization. Mercury News revealed.
This group celebrated its 65th anniversary in April.
In his autobiography, Burger revealed that he was inspired by the 1953 crime film "Wild One" starring Marlon Brand.
In 1972, he and three others were innocent of killing a Texas drug dealer and setting fire to his house.
Burger spent 10 years behind the bar in 1973. I was sentenced. He was convicted by Ferron, who was convicted of possession of drugs and weapons.
Santa Cruz Sentinel reported that he was parlored in November 1977 after serving four and a half years in prison.
After being released, Burger said he was unaware if he would continue to lead the motorcycle gang.
In 1979, he was one of 33 people charged with violating the Raketian Impact and Corruption Organization Act.
The law signed by President Richard Nixon clearly fights A nationwide organized crime aimed at.
Burger was innocent in 1980 after a split decision.
Biker was diagnosed with cancer a few years later and removed his vocal band.
Fight against the law
1987, Berger was arrested on charges related to drugs, weapons and explosives after a series of attacks by FBI agents and state law enforcement agencies.
Law enforcement agencies have revealed that Burger has been accused of transporting and receiving explosives designed to "kill, hurt, or threaten."
Police officers allegedly involved in the killing of John Cleeveweb, president of Anchorage Hell's Angels.
John Van de De, California Attorney General Kamp At that time, police said they had seized more than 100 weapons and $ 1 million in cash and medicine as more than 20 attacks were carried out.
Burger was convicted of a plot in October 1988 and sentenced to four years in prison.
He was released from FCI Phoenix in November 1992 after serving three and a half years behind the bar.
Burger has written six books, including his autobiography Hell's Angel.