About Thore Holm Hansen
Thore Hansen is now scheduled to voluntarily ”surrender to the court” at the federal
building in Fort Lauderdale on or about October 8, 2012, in order to finally settle the
remaining indictment against him for Failure to Appear for trial in 1981, and make
settlements on both the $15,000,000 civil suit he won against the CIA in 2002, plus
compensation for 7 years of wrongful confinement at FCI Miami on a bold-faced lie.
His latest cd, Hell on Two Wheels-Revisited, can be purchased at www.cdbaby.com
and a video on the title song can be viewed on www.youtube.com
His autobiography, Outlaw Biker, can be purchased at www.createspace.com/3860626
For signed copies of both, go to www.thorehansen.com
Thore Holm Hansen was born June third 1944 in Oslo Norway, but moved to Milwaukee,
Wisconsin in 1950.
Went out on his own in 1962 and became a super salesman of factory seconds in St.
Pedro, California. Ended up in Las Vegas in 1963, where he operated Metropolitan Auto
Service at 905 South Main Street. Got imprisoned in Wisconsin for overdraft of his bank
account in 1965, escaped through the roof of the jail the same year, and joined the Detroit
Renegades. Headhunted to Outlaws MC 1 year later, and became the youngest president
of the Outlaws motorcycle club at 23, as head of the Cincinnati chapter in 1967.
The period from 1967 to 1981, is depicted in the movie script synopsis, Journey For Justice.
Thore arrived back in Norway in 1981 and released the record, Wanted Man in 1982.
His second album, Alien Creature came out in 1984, with both Steve Leach and John Huff
from the Beach Boys touring band as co-producers.
Thor had a #1 hit in Norway with the song, Costa Del Ilseng, in 1985.
From 1987 through 1989, he heads up the concert promotion agency, Pair O’ Dice
Productions and arranges concerts in Norway for among others, Linda Gail Lewis, Jerry Lee
Lewis, Chuck Berry, Mamas & Papas, Percy Sledge, Carl Perkins, Dr. Hook-Ray Sawyer,
Kris Kristofferson, Waylon Jennings, June Carter and Johnny Cash.
In 1992 Thore registers Norwegian Airlines & Worldwide Travel Center, and becomes
Norway’s largest travel agent for tourism to Cuba and Mexico between 1990 and 1995.
In 1995 he starts Outlaws MC in Norway and becomes president of Europe, a function he
holds until he is arrested on a fugitive warrant in Belgium, and deported back to the US in
1997, where he ends up serving 7 years at FCI Miami.
The years in prison are spent working on his ideas for a new belt drive conversion system
for 4x4 vehicles, and reading up on American law. The latter is forced upon him, as
he is left to defend himself. No attorney in So. Florida dares help him, as they are
convinced he has engaged in a battle he cannot win.
Thore shocks everyone when he wins his 15.000.000 dollar civil suit against the CIA,
representing himself Pro Se, on May 29, 2002, which also held the presiding judge and
prosecuting attorney on his case as having been part of the conspiracy to orchestrate his
conviction for 37 gram cocaine, In Absentia, only to protect the identities of two CIA
agents name in his witness list, who would otherwise have been forced to expose their
respective covers under oath.
He is finally released from prison in 2004 and escorted back to Norway, without, thus
far having had his residency restored or seen a single penny of the money.
Since 2004, Thor has spent a lot of time working on the belt conversion system he
designed and developed while imprisoned for 7 years. Most of his time and money
lately has been spent shedding light on the injustices he has suffered over the years,
and to get the CIA and the US Justice system to own up.
His third record, Hell On Two Wheels, came out in 2007, and in 2008/09 he talks
writer Mark Scheibert into doing research, and start the work on a screenplay of his life.
Hell On Two Wheels-Revisited, was released in 2011, featuring a duet with him and
Dr. Hook. Later that year, his biography, Fredløs Biker, is released in Norway.
The English language edition of his biography, Outlaw Biker, is released on Amazon.com
in May of 2012, but is preferably purchased at www.createspace.com/3860626.
Mark finishes the first draft of the screenplay, Journey For Justice, in 2012, while
Thor takes serious steps in getting his case reopened, which still is open on the docket,
negotiating with the courts in the US, so he can re enter legally, and obtain a settlement
finally on all of his legal claims.
He is now scheduled to ”surrender to the court” at the federal building in Fort Lauderdale
on or about October 8, 2012, in order to finally settle the remaining indictment against
him for Failure to Appear for trial in 1981, and make settlements on both the $15,000,000
civil suit he won against the CIA in 2002, plus compensation for 7 years of wrongful
confinement on a bold-faced lie.