Rules All Hells Angels Members Must Follow

No Snitching Allowed

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Members of the Hells Angels adhere to a strict code of silence, which means they are prohibited from sharing information about fellow members with outsiders or law enforcement. This practice is rooted in the club’s culture and values of loyalty, trust, and solidarity. It serves to protect the club’s operations, its members, and its secrets.

Violating this code can result in severe consequences, including expulsion or retribution. By maintaining this code of silence, Hells Angels members ensure the confidentiality and security of club affairs, reinforcing the notion that loyalty to the brotherhood takes precedence over all else.