Robert Williams, a former outlaw biker who rode with the Five Diamonds, has filed a defamation lawsuit in Fresno County Superior Court after he was evicted from  the Riverbend Mobile Home Park on East Kings Canyon Road in Sanger. He stands in front of the caution tape at his former home, a 1967 mobile home that he destroyed after being evicted, at the mobile home park.
Robert Williams, a former outlaw biker who rode with the Five Diamonds, has filed a defamation lawsuit in Fresno County Superior Court after he was evicted from the Riverbend Mobile Home Park on East Kings Canyon Road in Sanger. He stands in front of the caution tape at his former home, a 1967 mobile home that he destroyed after being evicted, at the mobile home park. JOHN WALKER THE FRESNO BEE
Robert Williams, a former outlaw biker who rode with the Five Diamonds, has filed a defamation lawsuit in Fresno County Superior Court after he was evicted from the Riverbend Mobile Home Park on East Kings Canyon Road in Sanger. He stands in front of the caution tape at his former home, a 1967 mobile home that he destroyed after being evicted, at the mobile home park. JOHN WALKER THE FRESNO BEE

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