Biker 101: The Life of Don: Trilogy III of III
I was standing with some of the local bikers in front of our motel.
I asked one of the old ladies where the local bar was?
“The Pick-a-Pig is down the hill.”
“Wait here, I will get you a paper bag for you to cover her face … that way you won’t go limp.”
“She will be lots of meat Don. Weigh her and the scale will read one person at a time please.”
“Will she have more teeth than Big Mike?”
“Not sure Don.”
On a more serious note…
Killing an Undesirable: Diddlers
In the prison system, there is nothing lower than a diddler except maybe a rat but maybe not. Bikers concur without exception. Diddlers receive no mercy in our world.
Bud was still being treated as a non-violent, nuisance, revolving door prisoner who never caused problems … except for his penchant to escape. In reception, at arguably Canada’s toughest prison, Bud was in a holding area when another prisoner was added to the mix. Was this a mistake or the guard’s fault? Was it done on purpose? Or, did the guards think none of the inmates in reception knew? Bud recognized him as a diddler that had brutally raped a young child back in the Schwa.
“Donny, I couldn’t control myself. It didn’t matter anyway. The penalty for killing another prisoner was only 5 years. The charge was called Killing an Undesirable. Today you get life but back then, a measly five years. I beat him ’til he stopped breathing. Then I beat him some more. He didn’t die but spent three months in the hospital. They put me in “J” Unit with 22-hour lockup.”