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The Hells Angels plot to murder Mick Jagger



Rolling Stones frontman

Mick Jagger only survived

an assassination attempt by

Hells Angels members nearly

40 years ago because a boat

carrying his would-be killers

was swamped in a storm,

according to a new

BBC documentary,

WENN is reporting

March 3rd, 2008.

The details of a plot

to kill Jagger were revealed

by an FBI agent as part of a series,

“The FBI at 100,”

which is to be aired on BBC

Radio 4 on Feb. 3rd, 2008.

Tom Mangold,

who presents the series,

told the Sunday Telegraph

that Jagger fell out with the

Hells Angels after a member

of the notorious gang killed

a fan during the band’s infamous

free concert at Altamont in 1969.


The Stones had hired the local

chapter to provide security for

the poorly planned concert

near San Francisco.

The bikers terrorized the crowd,

and were offended by Jagger’s

effeminate dancing.

One of them stabbed 18-year-old

Meredith Hunter to death in

front of the stage.

The chaos was immortalized in

the documentary “Gimme Shelter.”

The Hells Angels felt they had

been duped by Jagger as fingers

were pointed in the aftermath

of the concert.

Former special agent Mark Young,

who was interviewed for the

BBC series,

said a boatload of Hells Angels

set out to take revenge on

Jagger at his holiday home in

the Hamptons,

near New York City.

“The Hells Angels were

so angered by Jagger’s treatment

of them that they decided

to kill him,”

Mangold told the newspaper.

“They planned the attack

from the sea so they could

enter his property from the

garden and avoid security

at the front.

The boat was hit by a storm

and all of the men were

thrown overboard.

All survived and there was

not said to have been any

further attempt on Jagger’s life.”

Alan Passaro was arrested

and tried for Hunter’s murder

in 1972 but was acquitted after

a jury concluded that he had

acted in self-defence because

Hunter was carrying a handgun.

Passaro later

drowned in an accident.



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