Lorne Campbell has posted a series of anti-police rants on YouTube - Source YouTube
Lorne Campbell has posted a series of anti-police rants on YouTube - Source YouTube Youtube

Anti-police 'suspected bikie' posts YouTube war cry

HE has an anti-police tattoo on his forehead, and now Sunshine Coast's controversial 'suspected bikie' Lorne Campbell is waging war against them on YouTube.

Mr Campbell gained notoriety as the man with the FTP (F....the police) tattoo who managed to convince magistrate Bernadette Callaghan that he was not a bikie.

He then made headlines again last month when he represented himself in court but was unsuccessful in getting bail conditions changed so he could fly to Bali to plan his wedding.

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He has since gained thousands of Facebook friends and maintained an online presence by dishing out passionate rants via posts and videos.

In a series of YouTube videos Mr Campbell accuses the police of corruption and encourages his supporters to take action against the Newman Government's anti-bikie laws.

"I'm standing up and fighting not only for me but for everyone who has been falsely charged and stitched up," he says in one video.

Lorne James Campbell, 33, was released on bail from a Maroochydore court after a magistrate said the evidence he was a bikie was not sufficient.
Lorne James Campbell, 33, was released on bail from a Maroochydore court after a magistrate said the evidence he was a bikie was not sufficient. Seven Local News

"We need to do more than just speak about it on Facebook - actions are going to speak louder than words."

Despite the passionate call out, Mr Campbell didn't offer any form of direction as to what action he would like.

News Limited reports police have responded to Mr Campbell by saying if he had any 'genuine evidence' of police corruption, he was advised to take it to the Crime and Corruption Commission.
 

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