Midland Follo

February 19, 2020

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Midland Follo

As it turned out, the City of Midland, Texas did not hold a press conference at 4:30 p.m. the other day “to discuss the state of biker gangs in the area.” That was just a dream that Odessa CBS television station KOSA, “Your eye on West Texas,” had. The station kept that promise up right […]

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February 17, 2020

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Midland Shooting

Midland Shooting

There was a shooting in Midland, Texas last night, at about 8:30 local time, in a bar named Your Place at 3704 West Wall Street. Four men were shot and transported to Midland Emergency Hospital where one of them died. Two other victims remain in serious condition. None of their names have been released. Multiple […]

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February 17, 2020

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Vagos Racketeering Trial Resumes

Vagos Racketeering Trial Resumes

No. The Vagos trial will never end. It cannot end. Not until a dozen good citizens forget this case is made of lies, and they forget they have forgotten, and they confess that lies are the new truth, and their confessions are locked away in a secret safe lest the people find out what justice […]

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February 10, 2020

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The Evansville Case

The Evansville Case

The outline of what is going on in Evansville, Indiana is starting to appear, as that iceberg appeared to the Titanic – too late. Federal prosecutions get sold like any commodity. This thing is being sold as The Peaole of the United States versus The Grim Reaper Motorcycle Gang. It should more properly be called […]

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February 6, 2020

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Clash Of Realities

Clash Of Realities

Closing arguments in the federal Vagos trial began in Las Vegas this week with Assistant United States Attorny Daniel Schiess telling the jury the same lies prosecutors have been telling juries for decades: The Vagos are the Mafia on wheels. The Vagos has very little to do with motorcycles. The club is a profit making […]

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February 4, 2020

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Florence Prison To Close

Florence Prison To Close

This Sunday, February 9, will probably be the last Florence Prison Run. For the last 37 years, a large pack of motorcyclist has ridden past he Arizona prison to remind the men inside that they are not forgotten and that they remain a part of a larger, defiant culture of freedom. Cops hate it. Jay […]

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February 1, 2020

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One Percenter Victory

One Percenter Victory

Daniel Machado, the first of three Bandidos to stand trial for pulling the patch of a Kinfolk Motorcycle Club member in Abilene on July 25, 2018 was acqiotted of aggravated robbery, robbery and engaging in organized criminal activity last Thursday after a two-day trial. According to police, the alleged victim, Van West Robinson, who has […]

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January 31, 2020

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The Swamps of Jersey

The Swamps of Jersey

This week in the swamps of Jersey Carole Weintraub, the widow of accused murderer Dr. James Kauffman, sued the Hudson County (New Jersey) Department of Corrections and its staff for negligence. Hers was one of two lawsuits filed against the jail last Friday, January 24. Geurys Sosa, a Dominican immigrant who spent 17 months in […]

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January 30, 2020

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Vagos Trial Nears Conclusion

Vagos Trial Nears Conclusion

Today was the 67th day of the Vagos trial in Las Vegas. Pastor Palafox, Albert Perez, James Gillespie, and Ernesto Gonzalez appeared before the jury in chains. The remaining defendants, Cesar Morales, Albert Lopez, Bradley Campos, and Diego Garcia are still free men and were allowed to come to the bar of justice chain free. […]

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January 28, 2020

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Clyde Daniel “Dan” “Matlock” Jones III

Clyde Daniel “Dan” “Matlock” Jones III

You have lost a friend you didn’t you had. Bryan, Texas lawyer Clyde Daniel “Dan” “Matlock” Jones III died January 17. He was a fourth generation Texan, a former cop, a defense lawyer in the Twin Peaks fiasco and a valuable source for much of which I was able to tell you about that case. […]

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January 27, 2020

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Evansville Trial

Evansville Trial

The trial of a motorcycle enthusiast named Gary Wayne Forston was continued today in Evansville, Indiana, just over two months after he was charged. The circumstances of the trial suggest he is being railroaded. His trial is now scheduled to begin March 30, which may give his appointed defender, a man named John Brinson, some […]

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January 25, 2020

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Waco Day 1714

Waco Day 1714

Be warned, that I am now going choke you with pages of legalese but the words might turn out to be important for you to know or for your lawyer to know. If you get lost reading it just skip to the end of this story. Last month, six days before Christmas, Judge Jim Jordan, […]

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January 24, 2020

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Bandidos Panic Du Jour

Bandidos Panic Du Jour

There is a thin, sloppy news report from Kitsap County Washington that alleges a connection between multiple “members” of the Bandidos Motorcycle Club and the gruesome murders of a local family on the night of January 27, 2017. The murders and a couple of accompanying arsons remain unsolved. With their third anniversary imminent, the Kitsap […]

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