Pagans Bad Month Continues

November 19, 2014

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The headline starved Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives celebrated another, successful, undercover, buy bust operation this morning with the announcement that nine alleged members of the Pagans Motorcycle Club were arrested in Florida last month.

The Orlando Sentinel, citing a “a jointly released statement” issued by “officials,” reports the “joint operation” was five years long, involved the FBI, the ATF and six Florida law-enforcement agencies and was called Operation Road Rash.

According to the Sentinel, Operation Road Rash resulted in the seizure of 24 stolen firearms “as well as the purchase of narcotics.” According to the Sentinel this is a federal case. Neither the FBI, ATF, the United States Attorneys in any of the three Federal Judicial Districts in Florida nor any of the six, Florida police departments have issued a press release about the operation. None of the accused men named by the Sentinel appear in the Public Access to Court Electronic Records database.

This May Be True

The Florida paper says:

Richard Badali, 51, was arrested in Casselberry, Florida in October and charged selling a firearm to a felon.

William Tendrich, 39, an inmate convicted of assault, was charged with federal firearms violations at the St. Lucie County Jail on October 30.

Michael Carter, 61, was arrested in New Smyrna Beach on October 2 and charged with federal firearms violations.

Anthony Posadas, 65, was arrested in Fort Pierce on October 31 and charged with federal firearms violations.

Michael Clancy, 57, was arrested in Vero Beach on October 2 and charged with distribution of a controlled substance.

Thomas Laakmann, 59, was arrested in Orange City one October 2 and is charged with federal firearms violations.

Jorge Duquen, 52, was arrested in Miami in October and charged with distribution of a controlled substance.

Hector Garcia, 61, was arrested in Miami on October 2 and charged with distribution of a controlled substance.

Robert Klimkowski, 60, was arrested in Melbourne on October 2 and charged with distribution of a controlled substance.

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19 Responses to “Pagans Bad Month Continues”

  1. RtC Says:

    Good on ya OAKTREE!

  2. OAKTREE Says:


  3. OAKTREE Says:

    [email protected]

  4. Lady Troll Says:

    Troll 1 o/o P want to get in touch with you, but your mail will not go through. Per court

  5. Lady Troll Says:

    Sad I will not see my Husband for a year and a day. FTF
    Now to get the fuckers off my phone line. FTF
    Feds sure know how to make up a fairy tale. FTF

  6. GingerRage Says:

    ^^^ I wonder if it is the same one who had loose lips last time, that is supposedly in witness protection, but is actually out in the normal world and getting married in a few days.

  7. Rhiannon Laakmann Says:

    My Ole man Troll wants to provide you with the name of the snitch that set all of the Pagans up. Please respond to my gmail, and he will be happy to give you this ex Pagans name. TY

  8. Unknown Says:

    Popeye the black guy is in another club but set up by the same person the Pagan’s were set up by. This all is one big setup. And yes most of them are old farts who work to pay there bills. From someone who knows

  9. John Deaux Says:

    Best wishes to the Pagans MC
    Seems like the fed is on a roll lately, arrest mc members then throw a bunch of charges at em hoping something sticks.
    FTF. FTP. FTW. Fuck Em All.

  10. RtC Says:

    Wishing the best to the PAGANS MC in their fight against this bunch of
    fabricated bullshit!
    FTF FTG FTP & a BIG FTUOcunts

    RESPECTS for the REAL

  11. PJ(Paul) Says:


    When I saw their ages, my first thought was that you don’t get to that age, doing the things they (Feds, et al) claim these men do, and still breathe or not already be locked up.

  12. Sieg Says:

    Five YEARS of investigation, by not one, not two, but count ’em, EIGHT agencies, two of which are feds, and they popped nine men, most of whom are durn near eligible for Social Security, for small time dope beefs and low-level firearm charges.

    Shit. They could have gotten more arrests, for heavier shit, in about five HOURS on a street corner on the West Side of the Chi.

    Five fucking YEARS. Figure out what that cost the taxpayer. Millions. Literally. And these poor mokes take it in the neck so a bunch of steroid-freak fedgoonies can make major bank.

    Meanwhile, back in Chicago, the Gangster Disciples, Maniacs, and Imperial Gangsters keep right on slinging dope and killing each other over corners.

    Are the Citizens of this country EVER gonna wake up?


    Well, maybe when the cage door clangs on them, or the Friendship Squad kicks in their door because their skin isn’t dark enough, but by then, it’ll be a day late and an occupation dollar short.


  13. Phuquehed Says:


    A good pig, is one that’s not breathing.

  14. Goldsboro Williams Says:


    I thought that was Franklin who said that? Either way, it is an awesome saying.


  15. Jim666 Says:

    It doesnt matter who sells a gun, or a joint, of a frame, w/ no numbers or title,
    If they one or all are members of any motorcycle club, the feds, or local cops, will drag that clubs name through the media and or mud,
    just because of the actions of a few, and even of those few some may not even be full patch holders in that club, it could just be a person that hangs out in a bar where members of said club drinks,
    But when a Motorcycle club`s name is mentioned in the same title w/ some kind of crime it sells papers and tends to tune in people the that news channel,
    And as always is a great way to keep the tax money pouring into the ATF,DEA,FBI, Coiffures.

    “Don’t believe none of what you see and only half of what you hear !”

    Good luck to all those involved in this, and any federal entrapment setup.

    “We must all hang together, or assuredly we shall all hang separately.”

    Thomas Jefferson

    At the signing of the Declaration of Independence:


    please go here and sign then pass on to all your club brothers and friends, this is coming soon to your neighborhood and it needs to be stopped,click link below, “ANTI PROFILING BILL” please sign.

  16. CaptainObvious Says:

    A single gun show will often have *dozens* of illegal firearm transactions in the parking lot alone. Arresting Joe Sixpack does not get headlines or promotions. Arresting “scary” bikers makes it seem like ATF is actually doing its job. “Seem” being the operative word. I heard something about ATF actually shipping AK’s down to Mexico or something.

  17. popeye Says:

    Not so sure all these guys are Pagans. Micheal Carter is a black guy. I’ve never seen any black Pagans but there may be some. Correct me if I’m wrong. I have no affiliations with Pagans. Cops might just have lumped everyone together to make the evil horde look scarier.

  18. BMW Says:

    In time, I suppose we will learn how these men were set up. I have no doubt that they were set up because the number of people arrested makes it seem like the Pagans are a gun club rather than a motorcycle club. Were the arrested men “warned” of an upcoming assault like the Faux Warlocks in Seminole County a few years ago? Did “friendly law enforcement ” pass on a story that rivals planned a mass hit, as they did at Bear Chapin’s funeral a decade or two back? Sounds like a series of fabricated federal crimes to me…

    L, H&R TO ALL 1% RIDERS!!!

  19. Anonymous Says:

    Personally I always have a good laugh when I hear that a club leader or chapter president was viciously beaten with a bat, ax handle, or unfinished piece of lumber.

    I hope The Pagans will always be around and best of luck to all members, especially those currently being harassed by the pigs.

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