Cop Club Founder Pleads

July 15, 2017

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Cop Club Founder Pleads

A judge in Palm Beach, Florida slapped Richard “Roscoe” Sessa’s wrist yesterday. Sessa is the founder and president for life of the notorious Enforcers Motorcycle Club.

According to booking documents and a victim’s statement, Sessa and four other Enforcers followed Donald Flewellen of Riviera Beach home on their motorcycles from the Seaside Bar and Grille about two in the morning of February 21. Sessa was drunk. He pursued the victim onto the victim’s porch, choked him, brandished a pistol and said “I will kill you.” Sessa and his accomplices then pushed their way into Flewellen’s apartment and sat on the man’s couch until he threatened to call police.

Sessa claimed Flewellen invented the story because Sessa, acting as a vigilante, had been chasing drug dealers away from the apartment complex where Flewellen lives. Sessa told an online tabloid called Gossip Extra, “My girlfriend lives in that place and Riviera Beach Police haven’t done anything to clean it up. They’re selling fetanyl patches in there and I reported it to Riviera Beach Police department several times. I only wanted to talk to these guys to tell them to go sell elsewhere. I never touched the guy.”

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Sessa, but not his accomplices, was later arrested and charged with aggravated assault with a firearm, armed trespassing and battery. He spent one night in the Palm Beach County Jail before bailing out on a $55,000 bond. Yesterday he pled guilty to misdemeanor battery and was sentenced to time served.

According to his official biography on his club’s website, Sessa has been riding motorcycles since he was eight-years-old. “At age 19, Rosco joined the largest club in the world, the police force. After 15 years of hard core ‘street level police work’ Rosco continued to pursue his dream and decided to form his own club, the Enforcers MC. Our colors (red and silver) are taken from the ‘Swordsmen’ from the medieval days. They were the enforcers of the law then. Hence Enforcers MC, the Enforcers Motorcycle Club consists of, but is not limited to members of current and retired Law Enforcement Officers, Armed Forces Personnel, Public Safety personnel, and some good friends who complete the ‘Family’ of our club.”


Sessa unsuccessfully ran for Palm Beach County Sheriff in 2016. He has a law enforcement oriented talk radio show on WMOP in Ocala, Florida. He last made the news last November for flying around the Mar-a-Lago resort in a light plane towing a banner that read, “Donald Trump, do you know we are a sanctuary county?”

The Enforcers claims to now have 45 chapters in 19 states.

In 2014, an Enforcer named Robert “Snap” Litzenberger was sentenced to three years in prison and ordered to pay pay $16,845 in restitution after he and five other enforcers attacked three college students in the parking lot outside the Pirates Cove Hotel in Daytona Beach Shores. The assault began when Litzenberger grabbed a woman and tried to kiss her. Litzenberger claimed to have been acting is self defense. At his trial, Litzenberger openly mocked his victims until the presiding judge told him to stop.



20 Responses to “Cop Club Founder Pleads”

  1. Wayne Says:

    While it’s apparent that your stories push a certain viewpoint and agenda, I have to ask- Why all the hate, and why twist facts?

    You’ve intentionally ommited certain things, while exaggerating others.

    What is so difficult about sticking to the truth? Muckraking and sensationalism serve no purpose other than stirring up shit, which, since you’re oh-so-clued-in, you should know is the LAST thing the motorcycle world in Florida needs right now.

    Was there some truth to what happened? Yes. Absolutely. Did you tell the truth or cover it objectively? No, you most certainly did not. You chose instead to cherry-pick inflammatory comments from the initial release in an attempt to garner a certain response. I’m fairly certain Mr. Sessa would have spoken with you about the situation, had you asked- and his contact information is publicly available.

    What you reported and what actually transpired are two distinct and VERY different things. While you’re entitled to a certain viewpoint, this is nothing more than piss-poor reporting. The simple fact that Mr. Sessa was charged and pled guilty should SHOW you that there wasn’t any special treatment- instead, you want to fan the flames, simply because a member of a club you dont approve of may or may not have done something that you wouldn’t blink an eye at if done by a Patchholder of a club you approve of. What this article boils down to is, “Former Cop Accused of Battery, Fuck the World, Let’s Stir Some Shit.” Your only issue with the entire situation seems to be that he’s a member of a club that allows law enforcement in it’s ranks.

    As far as the situation in Daytona several years ago- It’s dead, and has been for quite a while. Why bring it up? You didn’t cover it accurately then, and you’re repeating the same inaccuracies now. Nowhere else will you find any mention of Litzenberger mocking a witness, including the court transcripts themselves. That seems to be entirely fabricated. You also, yet again, cherry-picked certain portions of the story and ommited others, and also chose to leave out any mitigating or justifying factors. Litzenberger hit on a drunk woman outside a hotel, and was confronted by one of her companions in return. Whether he reacted correctly or not is debatable- I know I personally am not sure I would have responded, although I do know that nobody likes threats (and yes, there WERE threats, which several people there admitted to, although there is no mention of it in your article). Regardless of morality, whether or not he should have been the bigger man and walked away is up in the air- some people don’t have that kind of self control, and others refuse to do something that could be interpreted as making them look weak. Also, whether or not a weapon was present is largely immaterial- threatening to use one on somebody is a pretty good way to have your day ruined, whether or not you actually have one.

    Now, all of that being said, please understand- I am in no way agreeing with nor attempting to justify Litzenberger’s actions- he was drunk, lacked sound judgement, and allowed his emotions and his dick to rule his behavior, and he created a fairly shitty situation for all involved. He made himself a liability. The entire fiasco could have been avoided at multiple points in the timeline had he used his head for something besides a hat rack… and kicking a man who has already been put on the ground and neutralized as a threat is, at least according to my own personal code, a pretty dishonorable thing to do. It was wrong, it was unnecessary, and it was inexcusable… And Litzenberger paid the price for his stupidity. He was stripped of his patch, and received a three-year prison sentence. What more do you want? It seems that the only viable solution, at least in your eyes, is to crucify an entire club, line them up and execute them, because of the actions of one man… all because of a situation similar to the same one that plays out across the country with members of other clubs on at least a monthly basis.

    It seems, yet again, that your main issue with it was that he was a member of a club that you don’t like. He was put out and received a felony that will follow him for the rest of his life for one kick that did nothing more than crack a few teeth. That alone should show you that justice was blind- a single father with no record went to prison for three years over a busted mouth. Meanwhile, a year later in Jacksonville, an active duty service member was assaulted in his sleep after his girl’s ex (a career loser, drug dealer, a registered sex offender, with a rap sheet going back close to a decade full of violent crimes and slinging crank and coke) decided to break into the location they were sleeping, jumped him, beat him to the brink of unconciousness, and then followed him outside to do it again, and then restrain him and stomp his phone to prevent him from calling for help. The service member was hospitalized for several days, and wound up having to have emergency reconstructive face surgery involving screws and a titanium olafe and suffered permanent vision loss. That scumbag only got 18 months, and was out in 6. Let that sink in- a career dope-pushing scumbag broke in, committed aggravated battery TWICE, destroyed over $1000 in personal property, and met every requirement to be convicted of kidnapping, all while out on parole- that piece of suit received a sentence HALF of Litzenberger’s. I think its safe to say that Litzenberger didn’t receive any kind of special treatment.

    I’ve also noticed that you have an unfortunate habit of grouping the Enforcers in with the Iron Shitstains ar every opportunity. Not only is that inaccurate, its disrespectful and serves no purpose other than that start needless drama. The Enforcers refuse to associate with them in any way. There is no relationship there, no respect, nor will there ever be. They have worked entirely too hard to do things the right way to associate with shitbirds such as the Iron Order and have their reputation tarnished by association.

    As for everyone commenting- Having a full picture and accurate intel goes a long way towards dispelling your concerns, if only you put forth the effort and do your due diligence.

    1) The Enforcers have been around for close to two decades. It’s not a new club that just magically popped up.. it has been around for a fairly long amount of time, and has maintained fairly well. You need to think- would the club still exist if it were a powderkeg? Hello would it be ALLOWED to exist, if it were that volatile? (Hint: the answer is “no”)

    2) The Enforcers have chapters spanning the entire East Coast, most of the Midwest, Canada, and several other areas… with roughly 50 chapters, most of them with membership numbers sufficient to split into two and have both remain healthy. With that many members and that long od a timespan, these are the only two incidents you’ll find, anywhere. Does that not show you something? Do the percentages and look that the timeframes, then look at the same statistics for a comparable population size containing John Q. Public. One out of a thousand over 20 years should make it pretty clear that they’re not roaming the streets looking for trouble. Calm down.

    3) (and this ties on with both 1&2) The Enforcers did not just magically start and tell other clubs to pound sand. The concept was taken to the dominant club in the area, along with the design for patches, two decades ago. They were given permission before the first charter was ever signed. Every charter since then has had the same thing in common, as well- it was OK’d by the local dominant. Every clubhouse was opened with advance knowledge, as well- and there are quite a few, especially in Florida, with many of them within 5 miles of the dominant’s clubouse… and in 20 years, not once has a chapter been shut down, a clubhouse closed, or a summit requested because of friction with another club… and there is a reason for that- The Enforcers nation goes to GREAT LENGTHS to maintain a sense of respect, police members, and keep them from overstepping their bounds. Lines of communication are maintained specifically to avoid such issues.

    4) (and 5,6,7,8, ect- these can all be grouped together, I guess) For the commenters voicing concerns- I urge you do to some independent research before jumping to conclusions. I understand that the story (and make no mistake, it’s a STORY- as in, plenty of fiction and artificial drama) paints a fairly unflattering picture- but the intelligent thing do to would be to ask questions, do some independent research, and come up with the facts before jumping to conclusions.

    @Panamaa,Igo- the Enforcers have been around for 20 years without shooting anyone- I doubt its magically going to start now.

    @Ed,Rotten- The Enforcers aren’t exactly a secret- The Outlaws know who and what they are- They haven’t done anything because 1)There hasn’t been any type of need to, and 2) At least in Florida, they were the ones that gave the go-ahead every time a new chapter started.

    @Hero- No. Just… no. That’s not how Rico actually works. I know you want there to be some sort of giant conspiracy, but, well… there’s not. Furthermore, comparing this incident with what happened to Nasty is just plain disrespectful, for EVERYONE involved. That was a fucking TRAGEDY, and using his name to try and drive a point home is SHAMEFUL. That man was the life of the party, and he was mourned by Enforcers, as well. Kind of hard not to, considering how many beers were had at Reni’s and Freddie’s while he caught a buzz and told ridiculous jokes. Dont dredge up the name of someone you quite obviously never knew and try to use it to pin blame where there is one.

    As far as all the comments about Iron Order, SOA, and questions regarding whether or not Enforcers actually fly when they ride- well, I’ll do my best to address those things without typing the rest of this novel.

    A) I can tell you the Enforcers MC was around LONG before that show ever went to the drawing board… and they have more reason to hate it than most. Enforcers tend to be easier to find on the whole, which means they’re usually the first stop for your average RUB that just got done finishing up SOA on Netflix and has decided he wants to be just like some asshole on TV.

    B) I really don’t know how I can make it any clearer- FUCK THE IRON ORDER. Those dipshits have caused more problems than I could ever hope to address. The Enforcers hate just as much, if not MORE, than any other club you care no name. They get blowback from TWO directions every time those polesmoking shitbirds decide to show their collective ass- John Q. Public hears about it and just see another patch, and assumes that EVERYONE wearing leather with a back set is going to act the same goddamned way, and every person that even loosely associated with a club and hasn’t had a prior experience with the Enforcers for some reason assumes they’re one and thesame, and must be buddy-buddy without ever stopping to ask.

    C) If you’re under the impression that Enforcers dont ride, that they never leave the house flying with pride, I dont really know what to tell you, other than saying that you’re mistaken. I encourage you to track down your nearest Enforcers chapter, and see for yourself whether on not they do.

    I encourage all of you to do your own independent research, and see for yourself what the Enforcers are about. I’m pretty confident that you’ll be pleasantly surprised.

  2. Nuke n' Pave Dave Says:

    It is said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. But please, don’t try to emulate us, or blow us. Just go away and be done with this juvenile crap before any among us get terminally fed up with your bullshit.

  3. Iron Rider Says:

    So you have cops beating people up while playing big bad weekend biker. I cant say I am surprised as they do this in uniform as well.

    As for the cop belittling people in court and having to have a judge tell him to STFU, nothing new there at all cops live by intimidation when dealing with people officially and unofficially because they know they can get away with it and that is what happens when you put too much power in a persons hand they will abuse it because they know 99% of the time nothing will come of it if they are accused of abusing their authority

  4. ardto Says:

    I smell shit ACAB

  5. mark Says:

    i lived in the shores when those pig pussy’s beat down those kids that was the worst violence the daytona beach shores ever experienced by a motorcycle club in all of it’s years during bike week.and of all the different mc in town it comes from a thug cop club.those were young college kids.thatpunk club is abunch of cowards and fags no doubt.

  6. Dutchboy Says:

    At one time police were “peace officers” (civil servants there to protect and serve), we were “sovereign citizens”, and you could tell the boys from the girls. Now the LEOs are miltarized “Law Enforcement” (we’ll FORCE you to obey our laws & screw protecting and serving), claiming to be a “sovereign citizen” will get you black marked as a terrorist, and we have what… Something like 90 recognized “genders”? Time to dial it back to reality folks. Hey LEO, NOT TO SAY YOU DON’T HAVE YOUR “OUTLAWS” (we’ve all met rogue cops) but playing SOA while hiding behind your shield is a bit pussy don’t you think? I’ve known some good cops (yes they do exist) and I’ve seen some that should be in prison. I’ve yet to meet one that could cut it in a real MC.

  7. panamaa Says:

    Another one of these fuck clubs.. I wonder how long it will be before THEY start murdering folks….

    And ya fuck the IO also…

  8. Snuggles Says:

    @Ed, problem started when the Moco started selling the lifestyle. Folk that wouldn’t be caught dead in a HD dealer were buying up and living out their fantasy.
    SOA comes along selling more BS along with all the BS MC riding movies in between.

    Then you get the clubs themselves, the real clubs, handing themselves over on silver platters because they can not, not start shit.

    Oh and fuck IO and their ilk.

  9. Rotten Says:

    I agree with Ed…The Ol’s should stop pickin on low hanging fruit and go after the real problem. So should other clubs in other states. FTF FTP

  10. Ed Says:

    These sorry asses exist because someone lets them. That is all there is to say. Dirty cops wanting to be outlaws. Fuckin scumbags. Uh, and Hey Outlaws, ain’t that your state. Man the fuck up.

  11. Outrider Says:

    In memory of 193,a true brother that could make a motercycle dance. The last adventure of many I enjoyed with him was at a three day concert,camp out kind of invent .He got the two of us in free with perks for showing motercycles where to park an so on. The first cop club I ever heard off showed up.later that night he picked up on their spinner, spun her around the dance floor an just beating up their pride in a border line way. The next morning when they fired up to leave 193 says watch this! The parking was in a grassy area an when the prez took off his front wheel hit this softball size river rock about the time he got his foot up.yup he went down. To our amazement nobody got off their bikes to help him pick it up.Sure do miss him.RIP 193 I know your smiling

  12. david Says:

    @ SomeGuy, maybe if pre-retirement pigs had their rip-off RETIREMENT monies not guaranteed by the bull-shit attorneys comprising the state legislatures, they wouldn’t be doing what they’re doing.

  13. SomeGuy Says:

    So here’s what, as a lifetime motorcycle riding, nothing to do with any type of club person (Joe Citizen if you will) have always bothered me.

    The police claim MCs are “organized criminal gangs”, but then groups of cops like these or The Iron Order etc. dress up and act in ways that imitate these clubs (or at least what the members of the cop clubs imagine the MCs to be).

    So if the real MCs are criminal gangs as the cops claim why do they want to dress and act like them? Take away the motorcycle aspect and why not dress up like Crips or Bloods? Or maybe put on track suits, gold rings and chains, go the local Italian eatery and play Mafia?

  14. Igo Says:

    Just fucking great. One more cop club. Wild pig, Iron order, and now the Enforcers? How many more days before these fucks blow someone’s head off and walk away???

  15. Chopper Says:

    Another cop hiding behind his badge! Pfffftttt there’s a fucking surprise!! Pussy ass cops!


  16. Phuquehed Says:

    It’s a shame that Flewellen didn’t have a gun in his home and used it on all those rat pigs as they sat on his sofa.

    The only good pigs, are those not breathing.

  17. Rotten Says:

    Fuck this mother fuckin pig scumbag. This most certianly would have resulted in pre-dawn raids on all involved with rico charges to follow, no bail and solitary because of “gang” affiliations. I seriously hope someone catches this fuck on the road… EncROACHers m.c. is more like it. Where I’m from the cop clubs only wear their shit to charity rides and photo ops…anywhere else and they know its 50/50 they make it out unscathed. FTF

  18. Hero Says:

    Looks like a Rico case to me! Five men force their way into someones home and four are not charged while one gets a hand slap. Hmmmmmmm, can anyone say double standard? More Zack Tippton style justice.

  19. Austin Says:

    FFSH! …. “president for life of the notorious Enforcers”

    Oh yeah ??


    I’m Her Royal Majestic-licious-ness and my crew is better than yours!

    as for this bs?:

    “Litzenberger grabbed a woman and tried to kiss her. Litzenberger claimed to have been acting is self defense.”

    …everybody knows the best Defence is a good Offence. Sounds like this MoFo has mastered offensiveness.

    Happy Saturday = It’s Summer, Get the Fuck Outside Kids! I just came in for a beer.

    *FFSH (For Fuck’s Sake, Honey!)

  20. AVAGOVFFV Says:

    I smell a distinct odor of piss. Just what the MC community needs is more shit starting, loudmouth, badge carrying, cop calling assholes.

    Viva Los Vagos
    FTUO and those like them.

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