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We all started as just simple guys looking to cause some mayhem and start fights until The Lost MC rolled into town, Then everyone wanted a piece of the good life.
But as soon as Big Dan (aka) Danny Ricker the Club Founder of Denied Saints took charge, The Lost soon became scarcely remembered.
Big Dan was running Drugs, Guns, Women all around Los Santos and Liberty City while the Lost were wondering where there business went.
As Big Dan was getting more popular with other Clubs it also painted a target on his back and forced him to back down from President.
The Club was shattered and weary of the New President Tommy Dillfin as he was the Vice President under Big Dan, He knew he had big shoes to fill and The Lost to take care of.
Business was slow but that's how Tommy liked it and he knew it would prevent wars from enraging.
As the Lost grew larger then ever so did DSMC and soon came the war.
Many died, and many back out of the club but few fought for there club till the end, and brought prosperity to there Club.
After the War The Lost had beat DSMC and murdered Tommy Dillfin, The Vice President Roger Shocky.
It was a sad day for the club but they knew they would be back and better then ever and the very next day
Big Dan Announced his return and his upmost respect to Tommy's family and to lead the club towards a better future to prevent war and to just enjoy the ride......
The First Five
I. No Crew Killing what so ever.
II. Always be on alert.
III. Never question higher authority.
IV. Protect the Club House
V. No Trash Talking.
The Last Five
I. Respect is key.
II. Loyalty is a must.
III. Keep a leveled head.
IV. Be Active.
V. Abide by your rules.
The president is the leader of the chapter. He is the clubs figurehead and is usually the spokesman when dealing with the police or the media. The president is the chairman at club meetings and represents the chapter at national meetings.
The vice president is second in charge and fills in when the president is away. The vice president is often the heir apparent to the clubs leadership although this isn’t always the case. It’s his job to make sure that matters passed at club meetings are carried out satisfactorily.
The secretary is responsible for the clubs paperwork. He keeps minutes of meetings and records dates of significant events, such as anniversary dates (when prospects gain their patch). He corresponds with other gangs and it’s his job to keep members informed of upcoming events. The secretary is usually responsible for keeping records of club assets although the treasurer will do this in some gangs.
The treasurer is the chapters’ money-man and he’s in charge of collecting club fees, run funds etc. and paying the bills. The treasurer is responsible for collecting any debts owed to the gang and usually gets the job of checking out business opportunities prior to any decisions being made. The treasurer is usually the person who handles the proceeds of a gangs illegal activity.
The positions of secretary and treasurer are often combined.
SERGEANT AT ARMS
The sergeant at arms is basically the gangs “policeman” although most would not like to be referred to in this way! He enforces club procedures and maintains order at club meetings. The sergeant is in charge of security at gang events and he is responsible for “back ups” (attacks on rivals). The sergeant looks after the gangs’ firearms and other weapons.
The sergeant at arms is sometimes known as the “master of arms”, (although “sergeant at arms” has become much more common). In some gangs, the sergeant wears a military style sergeant’s badge.
Most motorcycle gangs have a position known as Road Captain. He is in charge of logistics during a club run. He plans the route and organizes refueling stops etc. The Road Captain rides at the front and leads the pack with the president. The position of Road Captain is usually a “non executive” position.
Patchmembers are members of the club who have earned the right to wear the gangs colors, after a suitable period spent “prospecting”. They take part in the running of the club and attend the gangs weekly meeting (“church”). They are commonly referred to as “members” or, in some clubs, “patches”.
A few motorcycle gangs have life-membership which is awarded to long-standing patch members for their contribution to the club. Life-members have the right to take part in the running of the club, however, their attendance at meetings and club events isn’t compulsory. Life-members retain their patch even though they may no longer take an active part in the gang. Some life-members retire although they are still technically part of the MC until they die.
A prospect is a “prospective” member of the club who is yet to earn his patch. Prospects are expected to do what they are told and follow the orders of patch members. They must be prepared to engage in illegal activities to prove their loyalty to the gang. Prospects have no voting rights and do not attend meetings unless invited in.
Some MC have a stage before “prospect” which is known as “hang around”. The purpose of the hang around stage is to become known by all members before being accepted as a prospect. The hang around period can be up to six months.
An “associate” of a MC is a (wide-ranging) law enforcement term for persons who are linked to a gang in some way. An associate can include persons who are connected through criminal activity, drugs, family or friends, motorbikes, vehicles, sport, legitimate business interests, social or other interests.
Banti Crime Family
Credit To Robton for the GFX!