[source: local newspaper]
Just as the Hells Angels settle into Carlton County for the week, a rival gang called the Outlaws shows up across the state border. The Outlaws claim Wisconsin as their territory, while the Hells Angels say Minnesota belongs to them. Adding to concerns is the presence of a local amateur bicycler claiming the Duluth area as his turf. The local cyclist warned, "I ain't gonna go looking fer trouble, but if they enter my turf, WATCH OUT!" Local law enforcement leaders caution, “If the Hell’s Angels and/or the Outlaws were to enter this man’s turf…Well, let’s just say we don’t want that to happen, but if it does, we should be ready.” The comprehensive security strategy involving several law enforcement agencies is to keep the three groups separate. "Boyz will be boyz, so if we can just keep these groups in separate locales with enough tacky bars and tattoo parlors to go around, we should be okay, plus they spend lots of money, so thatz good for the country. The wife, me, and da kids, we're just gonna draw the shades, and stay home for the week...we have a new TV the size of a garage door with 659 channels and surround sound audio, so we are good to go," exclaimed a local politician, who asked that his name not be included for security reasons.