12th August 2007,
Tobin a mechanic from south London, was returning from
the Bulldog Bash bikers' festival when he was shot as he
rode along at 90mph. He was shot in the head near
Warwick services on the M40.
He was targeted by members of the rival Outlaws biker
gang simply because he was a "fully patched", or senior,
member of the Hell's Angels.
witnesses said a Rover car had pulled up alongside
Mr. Tobin before two shots were fired. One hit Mr Tobin
in the head, killing him instantly, while the second
bullet struck his motorbike.
His killers selected him as a target after waiting in a
lay-by close to a motorway junction near Warwick.
Garside admitted that he was the driver of the Rover car
from which Mr Tobin was shot, but denied playing any
role in the killing.
November 2008, Simon Turner, 41, and Dane Garside,
42, were found guilty of murder, they were also
convicted of firearms offences.
Sean Creighton, 44, of
Coventry, has already admitted murder
28th November 2008, At
sentencing, Karl Garside, 45, Malcolm
Bull, 53, Dean Taylor, 47, and 46-year-old Ian Cameron
all pleaded not guilty to murder and firearms charges.