Two guilty of Hells Angel murder
Two men have been found guilty of the murder of Hells Angel Gerry Tobin who was shot on the M40 last year as he rode home from a festival in Warwickshire.
Verdicts are awaited on 4 other men also accused of Tobin's murder.
Two men have been convicted of murdering a Hells Angel as he rode home from a biker festival in Warwickshire.
Simon Turner, 41, of Nuneaton, and Dane Garside, 42, of Coventry - both members of rival biker gang The Outlaws - were also found guilty of a firearms charge.
Gerry Tobin, 35, of south-east London, was shot on the M40 in August 2007.
Sean Creighton, 44, of Coventry, has already admitted murder but verdicts have not been delivered on four other men accused of Mr Tobin's murder.
Two members of the Outlaws biker gang have been convicted of murdering Gerry Tobin, the Hells Angel who was shot dead on the M40 motorway in 2007.
Simon Turner, 41, of Nuneaton, and Dane Garside, 42, of Coventry, were found guilty today by a jury at Birmingham crown court.
The jury has yet to return verdicts on four other defendants: Malcolm Bull, 53, of Milton Keynes, and three men from Coventry, Karl Garside, 45, Dean Taylor, 47, and Ian Cameron, 46.
All have denied murder and the possession of two guns.