Hunter S. Thompson
This character was born in 1937 and died in 2005. He was a journalist who utilized a unique personal style of reporting in the first-person. He set down personal observations and experiences in an easy-going style, which gradually came to be known as 'gonzo journalism.' He is sometimes criticized for a lack of objectivity; but his first-hand accounts are authoritative within their sphere and make particularly interesting reading.
This character was the acknowledged leader of the Hell's Angels throughout the period covered by the text. He was often referred to as "the Maximum Leader", "Maximum Angel", "Prez", "Papa", or "Daddy".
Thomas C. Lynch
This character was the attorney general of California during the period covered by the text. After the Labor Day, 1964, Monterey rape, this character ordered a sweeping investigation of the Hell's Angels.
Frenchy from Frisco
This is the nickname used by the first...
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