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Rebel Funereal Road Disruptions

By johnboy 30 March 2009 85

The ABC brings word that our roads are going to be clogged today as the Rebels indulge in ornate processions for the funeral of Richard Roberts.

    Local and interstate motorcyclists are expected to join funeral processions for Mr Roberts stretching several kilometres.

    The first is planned about 9:30am AEDT from Mawson to Queanbeyan.

    About an hour later the riders will then travel to the crematorium at Mitchell before heading to Fyshwick about lunchtime.

    Motorcyclists are expected to begin leaving Canberra about 4:00pm.

At least you’ll know why.

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joy123 12:22 am 02 Apr 09

aa Your so naive, I can’t believe you actually believe in what you are saying, you haven’t been in a situation minding your own business and want what you have worked hard for, when you are approched that they want your business for nothing, continual harrashing phone calls and going to your business wearing their colours, you surely were born in Canberra and believe what The Capital wants people to believe. You really need to do a reality check

belray 5:07 pm 31 Mar 09

Bill Quinn said :

Belray, I took some footage at Bredbo from across the road from the Pancake House as you guys took off. I’ll put it up on YouTube at some stage.

I look forward to it. It was a great ride.


Holden Caulfield 4:18 pm 31 Mar 09


fhakk 4:00 pm 31 Mar 09

Two buildings, same block of land, apparently.

p1 3:58 pm 31 Mar 09

A search shows that address as being a Meat Warehouse

Where did you get it? Did they take it over recently? Cover business? Disposing of bodies?


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