Posted: 02:38 GMT, Dec.. December 2020 | Updated: 06:38 GMT, Dec.. December 2020
A heavily tattooed ex-bikie started his time in violent gangs and why he decided to turn his back on the brotherhood.
Tyson Ward, the Finks Enforcer before he became Chapter President of the South Adelaide Mongols, speaks out against the groups as he tries to turn his life around in honor of his late grandparents.
Ward moved away from the Mongols in 2017 because the « brotherhood » had become « strife and underhandedness » where violence was more common than ever.
The former bikie, just an inch by seven feet, was introduced to Finks by his brother after he stopped playing basketball at the Australian Institute of Sport, Gold Coast Bulletin reported.
Tyson Ward, who was Finks’ enforcer before he became president of the chapter of the South Adelaide Mongols, speaks out against violent gangs
Ward, who tattooed himself “FINKS” at the end, was immediately drawn to the camaraderie and shared interest in motorcycles.
‘I’ve had enough of the backstabbing, the betrayal in your so-called club. I needed a fresh start and I just packed up my shit, turned my back on them and left, ”he said.
‘They call themselves motorcycle clubs, but they are street gangs who wear leather and everything is glorified through the media and on Facebook. ‘
Ward moved away from the Mongols in 2017 because the « brotherhood » had turned into « arguments and backstabbing » where violence was more common than ever
Ward spent four and a half years in a South Australian prison for owning a Chinese assault rifle and acting in ecstasy, but denied that the crimes were gang related.
The reformed bikie also looked back on a fight between Finks and Hells Angels at a kickboxing event on the Gold Coast in 2006.
Ward was seen beating ex-Finch, who turned Hell’s Angel in the back and neck of Christopher Hudson, during hand-to-hand combat, a court heard in 2008.
Pictured: CCTV footage from a fight with Finks and Hells Angels at a kickboxing event on the Gold Coast in 2006
Little did Ward know that Hudson was one of several people who were shot during the fight.
He claimed his part in the fight was to « defend » his brothers and be « loyal » to his gang.
In the three years since he left gangs, Ward said he still had a cloud over his head.
He thinks he has no chance to move on as he is known as an « ex-criminal » and « ex-bikie ». .
Although Ward has removed all tattoos associated with his previous gang membership, he will be automatically judged on his appearance.
Ward and his twin brother Matt are now focused on helping others through the Adelaide-based Arcofyre rehabilitation group.
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