Inside The Waco Bubble

June 9, 2015

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Inside The Waco Bubble

In an editorial published in today’s Waco Tribune-Herald, the paper found a cause for the simmering discontent over the continued, illegal incarceration of more than 120 people who were rounded up in the mass arrests that followed the Waco Massacre on May 17.

“Who’s to blame,” the paper wondered. “Certainly some of the bikers who, while possibly innocent, were foolish enough to wear colors specifically linking them with motorcycle gangs such as the Bandidos and the Cossacks, identified by the FBI and Texas Department of Public Safety with crime, organized and otherwise.”

The Tribune-Herald also opined about demonstrators at last Sunday’s demonstration outside the county courthouse. “We believe many of these same bikers way too conveniently look the other way concerning those who mingle with them and yet are involved in drug-trafficking and prostitution,” the paper said.

The Waco paper characterized criticism of police spokesman W. Patrick Swanton as “unfair.”

“So know this,” the paper lectured. “Initial reports on any event of this scope and complexity are almost always open to correction as police execute search warrants, discern relevant facts from irrelevant facts and turn up other pieces of evidence such as, say, weapons hidden in toilets and bags of tortilla chips. The fact that Swanton continually revised information – and in a crisis situation – speaks of his integrity.”

Fast Food Justice

News from today’s Tribune-Herald suggests that those who are still being held on excessive bails may be able to attend bond reduction hearings real soon now. Third Administrative Judicial Region Presiding Judge Billy Ray Stubblefield, who had not noticed the mass arrests in Waco for more than two weeks, has apparently awakened alert, rested and ready to “basically brainstorm.”

After meeting with the two judges who have so far refused to lower the excessive bail leveled against defendants, Stubblefield enthused, “I had indicated that if there is anything we could do to help, we stand ready to do that, basically by appointing as many visiting judges as needed to carry out hearings that need to be held,” Stubblefield said. “We are planning to meet on Tuesday and hopefully discuss the current status of all the cases and see if there is anything we can do to speed the process along.”

“When you have 170 arrested at the same time, it is just a sudden rush, like if you were in a fast-food restaurant and three buses pulled up and all the kids want their food just as fast as they normally do. It is a nightmarish situation for everyone involved,” Stubblefield explained to a reporter named Tommy Witherspoon. “It is a very complicated process and unprecedented, as far as my experience is concerned.”

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69 Responses to “Inside The Waco Bubble”

  1. Tomo Says:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-33085650

    This one got me angry at lunch. Fortunately this POS article disappeared into the arse end of their website before I got home 4 hours later.

    To put it politely, one would like to take their journalist – Aleem Maqbool – by the ear, and lead him none-to-gently to a meeting with Aging Rebel whilst explaining what proper journalism is all about.

    Support your local club.

  2. Meh Says:

    “I’d rather be associated with people who are defined as “criminals” by the Oligarchs and their drones who run the “criminal justice” system in this great gulag of ours. They are much more honest.”

    Nobody in the biker world blew up the US economy putting millions out of work and they sure as fuck didn’t get a bailout from Uncle Sugar.

    Part of the oilgarchs (note spelling) manipulating the American public is to conveniently demonize politically weak target groups as a distraction.

    Of course biker social vulns could be reduced by unity but I suspect the situation will have to get worse before it gets better. Bikers are people and people aren’t good at reliable alliances outside very small groups. It’s amazing humanity made it this far.

    Great link posted by popeye.They are gonna make bank from Waco at Waco:

    http://www.midwestomgia.org/calendar.htm

  3. popeye Says:

    @Demon
    steve cock will be pulling in some cash next week. This from the midwest outlaw motorcycle gang investigators assoc of which steve is the executive director (click on about us)
    http://www.midwestomgia.org/conference.htm

  4. jj solari Says:

    if escapeandevade cant handle electronic insults on a screen without getting his feelings hurt then tackling three dimensional earth would naturally cause him some confusion and bewilderment.

  5. Sieg Says:

    I’d rather be associated with people who are defined as “criminals” by the Oligarchs and their drones who run the “criminal justice” system in this great gulag of ours. They are much more honest.

    All the bullshit being spewed about 1%’ers is pitiful. For over 60 years the real meaning of the term 1%’er and the term “outlaw motorcycle club” have been known. They’ve been explained constantly, every time some little dick-drizzle comes whining about “but you’re outlaws, why are you upset that someone acted like this?”

    Fucking SHEEP in this country make me sick. They’ve been conditioned to accept whatever cock gets stuck down their throat, and to swallow whatever load get blown. There has been a guy doing phony interviews with people out in public, Venice Beach, places like that, asking questions about “how do you feel on hearing that Marty King got killed today”, shit like that…and getting serious answers! Whole generations of ignorant, soft, do-anything-to-make-them-like-me, vagina-having men and fucked up women.

    So now the regime wants to cut-off access to firearms, censor comments on blogs such as this, crack down on “domestic terrorists” like these terrible outlaw motorcycle clubs.

    Break out the rope, fellas, it’s getting close.

    FTF/FTP
    TOSIAR
    REMEMBER THE WACO 9

  6. Michael Vos Says:

    TexasBlues said “Am I supposed to run a criminal background check on everyone present every time I roll up to the Yankee Tavern or Wildcatter or Twin Peaks?”. According to National Employment Law Project 65 Million Americans have a criminal history. Thats roughly one in five. I think there were 2 or 3 of the dead bikers that had a criminal past out of 9 so not an unusual sample of the population. If Twin Peaks holds 300 people 75 were criminals (ok cut it in half due to sample bias….e.g. people at Twin Peaks have a lower than average criminal history). Thats still over 30). Its an f’ing joke. My best friends kid got a felony for weed. Stopped with less than an ounce and when the cops asked if he sold it his girlfriend said “only to our friends”. Drug Trafficker, right? Unreal

  7. TexasBlues Says:

    “The Tribune-Herald also opined about demonstrators at last Sunday’s demonstration outside the county courthouse. “We believe many of these same bikers way too conveniently look the other way concerning those who mingle with them and yet are involved in drug-trafficking and prostitution,” the paper said.”

    Is this for freaking real? Am I supposed to run a criminal background check on everyone present every time I roll up to the Yankee Tavern or Wildcatter or Twin Peaks? How the heck am I supposed to know what everyone around me does in his/her spare time every second of the day?

  8. Tom Says:

    “These 2 door knobs are not qualified to sell prepackaged single use douche at a whorehouse.”

    Ok that was fucking poetry right there.

  9. FF Says:

    @John Deaux

    SYLB

    Lp&R

  10. Demon.xxx Says:

    Steve (scered rat) Cook and Jay (Sperm catcher) Dobbins are going into overdrive on this to make a quick buck. Teeny tiny inbred copshops all over the midwest will be filling up conference rooms at less than 1 star hotels eating mediocre bbq and getting a stomach full of bullshit scraped up off the cutting room floor from the sons of anarchy editing department.

    These 2 door knobs are not qualified to sell prepackaged single use douche at a whorehouse.

  11. John Deaux Says:

    IMHO
    To hell with ROT, Lone Star Rally, poker runs for any group or charities that are sitting back and doing nothing. The hands are out when they need us but are mia when it’s time to return the favor.
    Money talks and bullshit walks, lots of places have made lots of money off of us, our money’s been good for a long time, now it’s time for them to put up, any bar, restaurant, town or city not helping should be forever blacklisted by all bikers. Fuck em if they’re sitting on the fence.
    As far as NCOM, your response has been pathetic.
    Support Your Local Bandidos

  12. CH Says:

    @ OFFICER RANDY IN P-wherever…..

    I do not think you are retired from anything.
    But you are a CUNT and I know exactly what kind of CUNT you are.

    PS Randy – tell yer masters “IF 6 WAS 9″……….and ya know what?……..I don’t mind!

    FREE THE WACO HOSTAGES!!!
    JAIL THE GOVERNMENT TERRORISTS!
    FTW! 4ever

  13. rollinnorth Says:

    Thanks, oldskewl. Here’s another one. It’s Steve Cook “Citing police sources in Waco”, just the sort of b$ that shit-stirring trolls like Agent Randy are spreading around.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2015/05/18/how-the-bandidos-became-americas-most-feared-biker-gang/

    Respect to you, and to those…

  14. oldskewl Says:

    When it’s all said and done, I bet they get less than 10 convictions and of those 10, most will be parole violations, probation violations or even weapons charges, not murder, attempted murder or manslaughter.

    I don’t remember reading if the cossak that allegedly drew is weapon and shot first was shot and killed by police or if he is among those currently in jail.

    escapeandevade… either you’re fucking stupid or your a troll trying to stir shit. If in fact you’re just an idiot then I suggest you read some of the other articles written here and you will learn that 95% of everyone currently in jail is not a 1%er.

    Respects to those that deserve it.

    OS

  15. Spectator Says:

    @eacapeandevede
    —“I thought I could get some insight here from others who share an interest in it” —

    You stated that only 1%ers were rounded up or killed. How exactly is it that your bold (incorrect) statements could be interpreted as a query for truth? Quit back peddling and either own up to your BS or keep stepping.

  16. FF Says:

    @Randy on my knees at the YMCA locker-room in Pensacola

    Nah, but go ahead and roll with it any way, you fucking mouthfoaming dope.

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