Rules All Hells Angels Members Must Follow

People Who Have Committed Certain Crimes Against Children Can’t Join

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Hells Angels typically have a strict policy that individuals who have committed crimes against children cannot become members of the club. This rule reflects the club’s commitment to maintaining a certain code of conduct and upholding a sense of moral responsibility. Crimes against children are viewed as particularly heinous and reprehensible, and the club aims to distance itself from individuals involved in such activities.

By enforcing this policy, Hells Angels not only protect their own reputation but also demonstrate a strong stance against criminal behavior that harms the most vulnerable members of society.