Former Hells Angels enforcer makes an emotional visit to the park where his brother was stabbed to death – after promising to avenge the murder of his brother or sister
- Former Hells Angels bikie Ben Geppert paid tribute to his brother Harrison
- He visited the place where he was killed in Varsity Lakes to show his respect
- Geppert spent time with family and friends to distribute flowers, wreaths, and gifts
- He intended to avenge his brother's death, but was warned by the police
- 18-year-old Jarvis Farrier has been arrested and charged with murdering Harrison
Former Hells Angels maintainer Ben & # 39; Notorious & # 39; Geppert has paid tribute to his deceased brother in the Gold Coast Park, where he was stabbed earlier this week.
Geppert visited Frascott Park in Varsity Lakes on Saturday to commemorate his 17-year-old brother Harrison, who died after being stabbed in the back on Wednesday evening.
In a collection of Instagram stories, Geppert showed a wide range of flowers, wreaths, cards and gifts that were left on the site by family and friends.
A small group gathered in Varsity Park, with Geppert leaving a special sweater for his brother.
Ben & # 39; Notorious & # 39; Geppert & # 39; s emotional Instagram tribute to his deceased brother Harry (photo)
Geppert (photo) enjoying a drink at the place where his brother was murdered in Varsity Lakes
& # 39; I gave you my hoodie, I cried in brother that it's yours, & # 39; placed Geppert.
& # 39; If you look down, remember that I love you, boy. RIP my brother. I love you RIP. & # 39;
& # 39; May you rest in paradise Harry, no matter what you are my family and I tried it for you! & # 39;
& # 39; Just know that someone will never let you forget. & # 39;
Harry Geppert (photo) died after being stabbed in the back in Frascott Park
Geppert posted an ominous Instagram post on the night of his brother's death and said: & # 39; I will not rest until I have this person paid for it! & # 39;
The Gold Coast police are aware of his revengeful function and have warned Geppert not to take matters into their own hands.
& # 39; If he even thinks about it, there will be consequences & # 39; said acting inspector-inspector Brendan Smith News.com.au.
The police arrested 18-year-old Jarvis Farrier for the crime, who turned himself into police after his family had begged him.
Farrier is accused of one count of murder and remains in police custody.
Geppert (pictured with fiancé Allaina Vader) wrote on Instagram that he & # 39; will not rest until I have this person paid! & # 39;
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