Anti-bikie law opponent and member of the Yandina 5 imprisoned for eight years

Posted by on Apr 18, 2016 in Prision Law | 0 comments

A VOCAL opponent of the VLAD laws and his boy, a member of the notorious Yandina 5, have been sentenced to prison for major drug offences.


Previous Rebels sergeant-at-arms Michael Smith, 57, has actually been handed a sentence of practically 8 years for drug trafficking while his kid Steven Smith, 30, was offered a 15-month jail sentence for providing unsafe drugs.

The males pleaded guilty to the charges, which did not fall under the questionable Vicious Lawless Association Disestablishment Act because the offences happened prior to it was enacted laws in October, 2013.

The court was told Michael Smith trafficked more than $166,000 worth of methylamphetamine in between July 2012 and July 2013.

He asked his child to supply drugs to people on 2 events.

Brisbane Supreme Court Justice Debra Mullins bought Steven Smith to be launched on parole from today, considering the 80 days he invested behind bars after being arrested under VLAD over a club event in November 2013.

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