Former Hells Angels Leader Exposes One Of The Most Violent Biker Gangs

Former Hells Angels Leader Exposes One Of The Most Violent Biker Gangs

Former Hells Angels leader Charles “Peewee” Goldsmith has shared harrowing tales from his time in the notorious biker gang, revealing the brutal reality behind the leather-clad image. Goldsmith, who joined the Hells Angels in Minnesota in 1994 and later moved to San Francisco, rose through the ranks to become the club’s president. He served from 2003 to 2011, during which he “took care of business” for the gang, a phrase he declined to elaborate on to avoid self-incrimination.


In an interview with Vlad TV, Goldsmith recounted a particularly violent encounter between 96 Hells Angels and 60 members of the Outlaws Motorcycle Club at the Easy Rider Show in Chicago. Despite the initial reluctance for confrontation, tensions escalated, leading to a bloody brawl. Goldsmith described a gruesome scene where he witnessed a fellow gang member disemboweling an opponent with a serrated knife.

Goldsmith’s stories highlight the extreme violence and loyalty expected within the Hells Angels, symbolized by his “Filthy 666 Few” jacket patch, denoting those who handled serious business for the club. Despite leaving the gang in 2010, Goldsmith’s recollections serve as a stark reminder of the harsh and often deadly world of outlaw biker gangs.

These revelations provide a rare, unfiltered glimpse into the life of one of the world’s most infamous biker gangs, shedding light on the brutal code of conduct that governs their actions. Goldsmith’s accounts underscore the dangerous allure of the biker lifestyle, where camaraderie and violence are intertwined. His narrative not only exposes the violent encounters but also the internal dynamics that sustain such organizations, making it clear that the reality of biker gang life is far more menacing than its rebellious image.