Wrecking Crew is the sequel to Caesar Campbell’s first book Enforcer (2010). Campbell was a founding member of the first Australian chapter of the American motorcycle club the Bandidos and was the club’s staunch sergeant-at-arms for many years.
Wrecking Crew is the sequel to Caesar Campbell’s first book Enforcer (2010). Most of this volume covers the period from February 1986 when Campbell was first incarcerated in Parklea Prison following the infamous ‘Milperra Massacre’ and November 1997 when he was cunningly edged out by the club’s president, known in this book as Mick K. The writing in Campbell’s memoir is clear, candid and often compellingly raw.
Book – Enforcer by Colin Caesar Campbell. This is a biography of Caesar Campbell. A large part of the book is spent detailing his time within Comanchero, the forming of the Bandidos, the Milperra Massacre and finally the aftermath. Book – Wrecking Crew by Colin Caesar Campbell with Donna Campbell. Following on from his last book, Enforcer, the book Wrecking Crew covers his time in Parklea Prison, release and then re-establishing himself with the Bandidos once on the outside.
Wrecking Crew takes you into the heart of the Bandidos, and the outlaw biker world, through the eyes, fists and boots of Caesar Campbell, founding member of the Bandidos in Australia and the club's first sergeant at arms and legendary enforcer. Jailed for seven years after the bloody ambush at Milperra that saw two of his brothers killed, Caesar led and protected the other imprisoned members of his club inside some of Australia's toughest jails.
Caesar Campbell was originally a member of the Gladiators motorcycle club and joined the Comancheros at the end of. .Another 'cant put it down' book'. I loved the Enforcer, and found Wrecking Crew to be a bout 95% as good. Well written and again Brutally honest.
Caesar Campbell was originally a member of the Gladiators motorcycle club and joined the Comancheros at the end of the Seventies. An expert in hand-to-hand combat, and as fearsome with his fists as he was with a knife or baseball bat, Caesar competed ruthlessly in Sydney's underground fighting scene. Caesar is one bloke you would always want on your side. If you did the right thing, I get the feeling you would always have his loyalty. I hope the Bandido's recognise what a staunch and loyal member they had.
From the bestselling author of Enforcer . Wrecking Crew takes you into the heart of the Bandidos, and the outlaw biker world, through the eyes, fists and boots of Caesar Campbell, founding member of the Bandidos in Australia and the club's first sergeant-at-arms and legendary enforcer. Jailed for seven years after the bloody ambush at Milperra that saw From the bestselling author of Enforcer.
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Bandidos sergeant-at-arms, Colin "Caesar" Campbell, was shot six .
Bandidos sergeant-at-arms, Colin "Caesar" Campbell, was shot six times and spent six weeks in intensive care before checking himself ou. Bandido Member John "Whack" Campbell never fully recovered from the injuries he received and in 1987 died in jail from complications. Jock Ross suffered a brain injury after being shot in the head. A television mini-series Bikie Wars: Brothers in Arms, based on the book Brothers in Arms by Lindsay Simpson and Sandra Harvey, screened on Australias Network Ten in May 2012. The screenplay was written by Greg Haddrick, Roger Simpson and Jo Martino.
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Caesar Campbell (b: 18 July 1946) is one of 13 kids. Caesar has 15 bullet and shotgun pellets floating around his body and three books to his name: Enforcer (2010), Wrecking Crew (2011) and The Outlaw and the Hitman (2016). A champion bareknuckle fighter, Caesar won 800+ underground bouts. Later, with brothers Wheels, Bull, Shadow, Snake, Wack and Chop, he joined the Sydney Gladiators motorcycle club in 1969 then became a Comancheros member in the late-70s, ultimately founding the local Bandidos chapter as sergeant-at-arms in 1983.