Andre Jenkins Guilty

August 21, 2015

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Andre Jenkins Guilty

After deliberating for about six hours yesterday, a jury in Lockport, New York found Kingsmen Motorcycle Club member Andre “Li’l Bear” Jenkins guilty of murdering two of his club brothers in a parked car outside the Kingsmen’s North Tonawanda, New York clubhouse in the early morning hours of September 6, 2014.

The dead men were Paul Maue and Daniel “DJ” Szymanski and the prosecution theorized that they were killed to prevent them from patching over to the Nickel City Nomads Motorcycle Club. The prosecution introduced testimony that Kingsmen national president David Pirk recruited Jenkins, a member of the Daytona Beach chapter, to kill five apostate Kingsmen. Maue and Szymanski were both shot in the back of the head.


A Kingsmen named Paul R. “Rebel” Gilmore testified that Jenkins had approached the back door of the clubhouse and Maue and Szymanski talked to Jenkins on the back porch. Video footage confirmed the conversation. An hour and a half later Jenkins returned and got into a car with the two men. The murdered men got into the front seat and Jenkins sat behind them

A jailhouse informant testified that Jenkins had lured the two men to their deaths with the promise of a cocaine transaction. The same informant testified that Jenkins had told him, “Everyone and their mom knows I killed these two.”

Gilmore found the bodies and testified that as he walked outside a man on a motorcycle shouted “LKDK,” which is to say, “Live Kinsmen Die Kingsmen.”

Harrowing Ride

A woman named Rene Faulkner, who said she rode on the back of Jenkins’ motorcycle from North Tonawanda to Olean, testified that she saw Jenkins disassemble a nine millimeter pistol and throw the parts alongside a road as the pair fled south in a driving rainstorm at speeds greater than 70 miles per hour. The disassembled murder weapon was later found by police along that road. There was no physical evidence to prove that Jenkins had ever possessed the weapon.

A former Kingsmen named Roger Albright testified that he burned Jenkins’ bloody clothes at the Kingsmen’s Olean clubhouse.

Thin Defense

The defense called two witnesses. One was a motorcycle safety instructor named Michael Collins who testified that it “would be very difficult if not impossible” to disassemble a handgun while riding in a driving rainstorm at 70 miles per hour.

The other defense witness was a DNA expert named Gary Skuse who testified that Jenkins DNA was not on the murder weapon.

Jenkins will be sentenced October 21. He faces life in prison without the possibility of parole.


29 Responses to “Andre Jenkins Guilty”

  1. FF Says:

    All I can say is either Jenkins is a moron, or he’s been set up like a bowling pin. The states witnesses sound like they are reading a script. I’m gonna lean towards the lanes on this one.

  2. Wolfenlover Says:

    Bet that’s a recruitment strategy, right there!

  3. NOS4A2 Says:


  4. BMW Says:

    What FF said!

  5. Rockatansky Says:

    I’ll admit to never having heard of either of these two clubs before the articles on this website. Could you provide any context on the clubs? Understood if that is not the sort of reporting you care to do.

  6. infidel Says:

    holy lots of ‘testifying’ solid bunch of bikers

  7. rider Says:

    They could not stand in line fast enough to roll over and save there asses over other charges on club members in other investigations.

  8. Sadie Says:

    Let’s just say he was plain out guilty hope he rots in jail 25 to life with no parole… justice is served for once for these two great guys that lost their lives to a piece of scum that had no balls to approach them face to face knowing he’d get his ass beat. Thank u rebel for writing the results to this.

  9. FF Says:

    Who the fuck agrees to do a narcotics transaction at 3 in the fucking morning in a parked car on the street—

    When a secure clubhouse is right there?

  10. Tom Says:

    “Jenkins had lured the two men to their deaths with the promise of a cocaine transaction.” as I have said before, bikers gangs are criminal gangs. Anybody denying that fact is not being honest.

  11. FF Says:

    Let me pretend I’m Jenkins for a minute… So I’m dispatched from Florida to go to upstate NY to whack two guys…

    So the first thing I do is I ring the doorbell and have a conversation with the two guys I’m supposed to wack, making sure it’s all recorded on the digital camera over the door.

  12. Nags Says:

    Tom just because a couple of guys who are now dead and can’t defend defend the accusations were alleged to be in the process of buying some drugs from another guy in the same club does not make the entire club a criminal organization. What part of that don’t U understand? Are you simple, stupid, or slow? By your logic if 2 cops steal a kilo of coke out of evidence and 2 other officers help them sell it all cops are criminals right! Well genius that’s happened several times and you can’t one a criminal organization and not the other so do us all a favor SIT THE FUCK DOWN AND SHUT THE FUCK UP BITCH!

  13. Sadie Says:

    Nags much agreed also its not a proven fact that they were buying drugs, it’s what one of the witnesses had said no one knows what brought them to let him in the car… bikers an clubs are not all gangs they are actually great guys some an have great morals… don’t judge tom on something u have no clue about!

  14. escapeandevade Says:

    Nags and Tom, I am not in an MC or a cop but I follow both cultures and watch, read, listen to much of what goes on in both worlds. I have people I know in both worlds. and the one thing I can tell you is that each uses the same slam on the other.

    1% MC’s believe openly or quietly that cops are all pigs, rats, corrupt etc when its very rare to encounter a dirty one but because there are some ALL cops are.

    Cops say openly mostly that all 1% MC’s are criminal gangs and corrupt organizations engaged in all sorts of racketeering when that may not be completely true. but because there are some, then all must be.

    the 1% say they cant be judged by the individual actions of a few members and the cops say exactly the same thing and both groups are incredibly loyal to their own belief.

    Strangely these two groups have in many ways nearly as much in common as they have differences.

    and that doesn’t sit well with either of them.

    Respect to the dead and prayers for their families and brothers. Ride safe.

  15. rollinnorth Says:

    Typical of a dishonest troll to cherry-pick a “quote” to serve its purpose.

    “A jailhouse informant testified that Jenkins had lured the two men to their deaths with the promise of a cocaine transaction. ”

    Respect, to those…

  16. Phuquehed Says:

    All cops *ARE* pigs, rats and corrupt bastards. The reason being, the good pigs do absolutely nothing about the bad pigs! That makes all of them useless, air-wasting shit-stains. They’re *supposed* to be the honesty and non-corruption of our society, but when so many of them are caught being completely the opposite and the supposed ‘good’ pigs do nothing about them, it just reinforces and proves they’re all scum rat fucks. They don’t want watchdog groups. Why is that ya think?

    Yet MC’s are rarely ever causing trouble – as a whole club – compared to one or two in a single club. It’s the pigs/fedtards fucks who say if one does it they all do. That’s the fucking kettle calling something else black when it has no right to. It’s *ALL* on the pigs/fedtards/fedgov.

  17. Wolfenlover Says:

    “DEAR” escapeandevade, why don’t you look up how many pigs get busted, daily,
    then look at the number of bikers getting busted?! MORE PIGS get caught doing
    criminal shit than ALL bikers, anywhere. A fuckin’ PIG will jam you up any
    chance he/it gets! So before you spout your “philosophy” here about both being
    the same… I’ve never had trouble from a 1%, but fuck if PIGS haven’t tried to
    fuck me over! So, in short, shove your opinion UP YOUR ASS SIDEWAYS DOUCHE!

  18. Tooj Says:

    Hey troll,

    Only difference being, the club member doesn’t NEED a cop to deal with a brother. THAT is what makes the pigs so crazy bent over MC’s. Cops have a sick need to be in charge of everything and everybody. You know, like a shrewish wife.

  19. Sieg Says:

    A “cocaine transaction”. Huh, personally, i read that as he offered them both a lil bump, hence the multiple trips to the cage.
    FTF / FTP

  20. Paladin Says:

    Phuquehed Said:
    August 28, 2015 at 2:54 pm

    “All cops *ARE* pigs, rats and corrupt bastards. The reason being, the good pigs do absolutely nothing about the bad pigs!”

    I heard a strange rumor that there are some good pigs, even a retired pig or two that go after bad pigs. Of course that’s just a rumor.

    Long May You Ride,


  21. Phuquehed Says:

    @Paladin – I know there actually are, and it’s just so damned aggravatingly sad that the number of those guys can probably be counted with the fingers of just two hands…and that’s across the whole country. You gotta admit though, that it’s also unfortunate as fuck that those who are those good guys, are often in danger of their lives, which kinda proves my point. In this particular position, it’s a catch-22.

    Anyway, if it means anything, I’ve never thought of you as a ‘pig’ – retired or not. You’re one of those few people with the backbone and integrity to go after the bad pigs. I’ve always thought of you as just another ‘good guy’, a regular Joe like anyone who posts on this site who has a better knowledge of laws and stuff like that than many of us is all. It probably doesn’t make sense to anyone, it’s just the way I think and see things I guess, just like me saying I’m a racist, but a racist about *anyone* of *any* color who acts an ass (I probably didn’t explain that very well either).

  22. John Deaux Says:

    I know exactly what you mean, I consider myself a racist, not because I hate people of other races, because I’m more concerned with the health and future of the my race. That’s not to say I wouldn’t help someone in need because of their race, hell I’ve come across quite a few whites that I wouldn’t bother pissing on if they were on fire. It’s all a matter of perspectives.
    Hope all is going well with getting your bike up and running, if I can be of any assistance you know how to reach me.
    Much respect.

  23. Austin Says:

    @Tom re:

    “as I have said before, bikers gangs are criminal gangs. Anybody denying that fact is not being honest.”

    I’d like to welcome you to the forum Mr. Trump – all are welcome to speak freely here.

  24. Paladin Says:


    I understand and agree with you. I was just givin’ ya a little, friendly jab. And as always, long may you ride.


  25. Phuquehed Says:

    @John Deaux – Got the bike back up and running the other day. Took this gimp 5 hours to do a one and a half hour job, heh. At least the damned grinding sound is gone and I actually hear the motor like I’m supposed to.

    Also, for about the past three or four months (maybe a little more) the bike had been marking its territory. Not good when I visit my buddy and park in his nice garage with concrete floor.

    I figured it was either the mainshaft seal or the shifter shaft seal. Wasn’t looking forward to fixing either of them. When I got the primary off though, the crankcase gasket was really deformed looking, and it looked like a good deal of the rubber had melted.

    When I got the rotor off and saw the stator in its place, I figured it out. The rotor had somehow made the wiring from the stator move when it lost those four magnets and it (the rotor) started to rub on that wiring and eventually wore through the rubber coating to the wiring itself and was shorting out and I guess was making things hot in there which melted the gasket and caused the oil leak.

    In a way that was good as it meant my seals were both still good (proved when I got back home from a nice long ride and put a clean piece of cardboard under the bike to see if it stopped leaking) meaning a little less money, time and backache on my part. I guess the good part of it all is, I can now probably take down a primary faster than a paid mechanic at a dealership, heh heh.

  26. John Deaux Says:

    Hell yea my friend, it’s always better when you can do it yourself. Congratulations.
    Ride safe.

  27. Trisha Says:

    All of you sit down & shut up. None of you know the truth just guesses. Funny how all of a sudden everyone is a detective. I’m VERY close with Dre’ & can assure you he did NOT do this & he will be a free man soon.

  28. Rebel Says:

    Dear Trisha,

    The guy confessed.


  29. Trisha Says:

    That’s how little you know; rebel. He will get out & justice will prevail. He’s innocent!

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