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- The Real Story of One of Australia’s Most Feared Outlaw Bikers
- By: Caesar Campbell, Donna Campbell
- Narrated by: Dave Ferguson
- Length: 6 hrs and 55 mins
Among members of the outlaw motorcycle clubs, Caesar Campbell is a legend. Former sergeant-at-arms and chief enforcer for the Comancheros, Caesar became the founding member and sergeant-at-arms of the Australian chapter of the Bandidos. He epitomised bikie culture - unbeatable in a fight, brutal in the extreme, fearing no one and nothing, and loyal until death. This is Caesar's story, from his recruitment into the Comancheros, to the savage split within the club that led to the foundation of the Bandidos and the bloody massacre at Milperra that resulted from it.
- By Anonymous User on 24-11-2018
Light reading which consisted mostly of the author describing the fist fights he got into, in a way which seemed like he was bragging. A lot of it seemed a bit far fetched and was hard to tell what is truth and what is not.
The narrator was terrible. His rendition of Jock Ross’ Scottish accent was appalling and not easily forgotten. Furthermore his depiction of every other character other than Caeser Campbell was laughable to say the least.
All in all I would not recommend