The Hells Angels trial in Seattle could go to the jury todayPosted: Updated:
SEATTLE (AP) _ In their closing arguments today, defense lawyers said the prosecution's case was based on circumstantial evidence and the testimony of drug-addicted crooks.
Federal prosecutors accuse four members of the Spokane-based Nomads chapter of the motorcycle club of crimes that include trafficking in stolen motorcycle parts, racketeering and murder.
The trial of gang president Richard "Smilin' Rick" Fabel and three others began two months ago before federal Judge Robert Lasnik.
The four were indicted a year ago and could face life sentences if convicted.
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