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Hardcover: 300 pages
Publisher: Aardvark Global Publishing Company LLC (20 April 2007)
Despite arrest, injury and imprisonment his struggle continued. The final show-down with the then Militant-led Liverpool City Council loomed. Derek Hatton and Tony Mulhearne s Militant Tendency Boot-boys tried in vain to drive Owens and his cohorts from Liverpool s streets.
A vicious street battle saw several Militants hospitalized and a leading member s home wrecked. In addition one of Owens street-fighters was jailed. Continuous police harrasment and a lack of political progress led to disillusionment.
Turning his attention to the door security scene on Merseyside, he applied the lessons and tactics of political violence to an industry that could have been tailor-made for him.
As in the political sphere, Owens rose to prominence. His reign encompassed bloody show-downs with the black gangsters of Toxteth, rival doormen , drug barons and extortionists... He survived an assasination attempt by underworld rivals, refusing to make any complaint to police.
Arrested and questioned over a string of gangland slayings, charged and acquitted over the murder of Liverpool Taxman George Bromley, Owens was driven from the Liverpool Club scene.
Returning to his political roots, Owens re-joined the British National Party. His unique talents were recognised by the party leader Nick Griffin, who appointed him his personal bodyguard. At his side through turbulent election campaigns, Owens ensured the leader s safety.
Read a real-life story that would put a Hollywood blockbuster to shame