Philly Outlaws Sentenced

March 18, 2014

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Two members of the Philadelphia chapter of the American Outlaws Association were sentenced last week in a case that has lingered since January 2013.

Federal district judge Petrese Tucker sentenced former chapter president Ronald L. “Bugs” Sells to 30 months in prison and five years of supervised probation. She sentenced Michael James “Maniac” Privett, a patched member of the club, to time served. Court documents describe Privett as the chapter “warlord.” Sells signed a sealed plea and sentencing agreement on May 3. Privett signed a sealed plea deal sometime before he was released from federal custody last April 3.

Privett was briefly locked up again four months later. Following a domestic dispute on August 3, a Baltimore woman named Maxine Radloff complained that Privett “stole her vehicle and assaulted her.” His pretrial services officer contended Privett had violated the terms of his release and he was back in custody August 13. Thirteen days later he was free again after a request by prosecutors. And a month after that Privett pleaded guilty in Baltimore to second-degree assault and was sentenced to a three-year suspended sentence and three years probation. He was also ordered to pay Radloff $3,000 restitution.

FBI

The Philadelphia Outlaws, who were once the Philadelphia Warlocks, became the target of an federal fishing expedition after the patch over. The FBI’s Organized Crime/Labor Racketeering Squad coerced or paid a Probationary Outlaw to solicit a one kilo methamphetamine deal at the beginning of 2013. The snitch told Sells he had a buyer for the meth in New York.

Sells agreed to sell the snitch the crank but told him he wanted the deal kept secret from both his wife and his motorcycle club. According to court documents, the informant took possession of the drugs at Sell’s home in Churchville, Maryland on January 17. Sells, the snitch and two other Outlaws then drove to the Philadelphia clubhouse.

According to public documents Sells then told the informant, “This shit can’t be in the clubhouse. If the bosses find out, I’m gonna be dead and so are you…We need money. We gotta get with your guy and move this stuff.” The informant left his motorcycle and motorcycle trailer at the clubhouse as collateral. The snitch agreed to pay off his drug debt two weeks later and Sells was arrested when he tried to collect his money on January 31.

Privett Talked On The Phone

That same day the informant got a phone call from Privett who demanded “come up with my money.” Later Privett called and said “You can believe one thing. You can fuck with me all you want to, but motherfucker trust me. Your whole family is in danger. Fuck you.” The third time he called Privett told the snitch, “I’ll have the address for your son’s house in Florida this week. I got the tag numbers. I got your bike. I got your trailer. I want my money. Your whole family is going to be in danger if not. You need to pick up the fucking phone. You’re supposed to meet (Sells) today. Now he’s not answering the phone either. As far a I’m concerned, both you all in the same boat.”

Privett was arrested the next day and charged with “collection of extensions of credit by extortionate means.”

Van Smith of the Baltimore City Paper has been following this story for the last thirteen months. You can read his latest coverage here.

 

 

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27 Responses to “Philly Outlaws Sentenced”

  1. stinkhole Says:

    TOMMY THE BOSS ZAROFF AND ABOUT 10 WARLOCKS PATCHED OVER TO THE OUTLAWS IN 2007. ZAROFF WAS WELL “THE BOSS” AS THE PHILLY OUTLAWS CALLED HIM. HE PUT TOGETHER A ONE OF A KIND CLUBHOUSE AND TOOK CARE OF HIS CLUB AND HIS FAMILY. HE WAS SENT TO JAIL ON DRUG CHARGES IN 2008 AND AFTER DOING A COUPLE YEARS WAS RELEASED AND WAS SENT BACK ON A VIOLATION. THE FEDS HAD A HARD-ON FOR HIM. RUMOR HAS IT HE WAS GOING TO BE INDICTED ON MURDER CHARGES BUT AGAIN THAT IS ONLY A RUMOR. THE OUTLAWS CAME TO ZAROFF DOWN IN DAYTONA AND ASKED HIM TO OPEN A CHAPTER IN PHILLY. THEY WERE(OUTLAWS) COMING TO PHILLY NO MATER WHAT BUT THEY WANTED HIM TO BE THE MAN HERE SINCE HE HAD MUCH RESPECT AND MONEY. HE HAD MAJOR TIES TO PHILLYS CRIME FAMILY AS TO ONE OF THE LARGEST MEXICAN DRUG CARTELS IN MEXICO. AFTER BEING RELASED FROM PENNSYLVANIA DOC HE CAME HOME TO MANY PROBLEMS. THE BIG RUMOR WAS THAT HIS WIFE WAS A PIG WHO COULD NOT KEEP HER PANIES ON. AS ONE OUTLAW DESCRIBED HER AS A CUM GUZZLER. ZAROFF FELT BETRAYED FROM A WIFE WHO STOLE MILLIONS AND LATER WAS INVOLVED WITH A GAY PHILADELPHIA POLICE OFFICER. ZAROFF DID THE ULTIMATE SELFISH THING AND TOOK HIS LIFE. I DID NOT KNOW THE MAN BUT DURNING A INTERVIEW WITH MANY OF HIS BROTHERS NOTHING BUT GOOD WAS UTTERED ABOUT HIM.

  2. stinkhole Says:

    TOMMY THE BOSS ZAROFF AND ABOUT 10 WARLOCKS PATCHED OVER TO THE OUTLAWS IN 2007. ZAROFF WAS WELL “THE BOSS” AS THE PHILLY OUTLAWS CALLED HIM. HE PUT TOGETHER A ONE OF A KIND CLUBHOUSE AND TOOK CARE OF HIS CLUB AND HIS FAMILY. HE WAS SENT TO JAIL ON DRUG CHARGES IN 2008 AND AFTER DOING A COUPLE YEARS WAS RELEASED AND WAS SENT BACK ON A VIOLATION. THE FEDS HAD A HARD-ON FOR HIM. RUMOR HAS IT HE WAS GOING TO BE INDICTED ON MURDER CHARGES BUT AGAIN THAT IS ONLY A RUMOR. THE OUTLAWS CAME TO ZAROFF DOWN IN DAYTONA AND ASKED BIM TO OPEN A CHAPTER IN PHILLY. THEY WERE(OUTLAWS) COMING TO PHILLY NO MATER WHAT BUT THEY WANTED HIM TO BE THE MAN HERE SINCE HE HAD MUCH RESPECT AND MONEY. HE HAD MAJOR TIES TO PHILLYS CRIME FAMILY AS TO ONE OF THE LARGEST MEXICAN DRUG CARTELS IN MEXICO. AFTER BEING RELASED FROM PENNSYLVANIA DOC HE CAME HOME TO MANY PROBLEMS. THE BIG RUMOR WAS THAT HIS WIFE WAS A PIG WHO COULD NOT KEEP HER PANIES ON. AS ONE OUTLAW DESCRIBED HER AS A CUM GUZZLER. ZAROFF FELT BETRAYED FROM A WIFE WHO STOLE MILLIONS AND LATER WAS INVOLVED WITH A GAY PHILADELPHIA POLICE OFFICER. ZAROFF DID THE ULTIMATE SELFISH THING AND TOOK HIS LIFE. I DID NOT KNOW THE MAN BUT DURNING A INTERVIEW WITH MANY OF HIS BROTHERS NOTHING BUT GOOD WAS UTTERED ABOUT HIM.

  3. SouthernRedNeck Says:

    215-Bossman, did Tommy “The Boss” pass away in 2012?

  4. 215-bossman Says:

    just to let everyone know if it wasnt for -Tommy Zaroff aka The Boss- the OUTLAWS MC WOULD NOT BE IN PHILLY MUCH LOVE AND RESPECT TOMMY Z ALIVING LEGENG….

  5. Philly's Phinest Says:

    And CN.. The Florida chapter that was created by the Pennsylvania Warlocks were not a faux faction. Actually, quite the opposite but I won’t sit here and try to convince anyone of anything anymore then I already have. As I said, the dirt will come out.

  6. Philly's Phinest Says:

    I’m not sure where anyone here gets their information. Most is wrong, embellished or confused but I must say interesting. I’m guessing that no one on this blog was or is actually persons with a first person experience into this topic which makes me wonder why they would write so much about it.

    The “Philly Warlocks” who patched to Outlaws were actually from the Bucks County Chapter of the WMC. There was one guy that I am aware of that was from the Philly Chapter. They left because of the bullshit that was being thrown about by the New Jersey chapters and the National President at that time. These people “the shit slingers” were part of the “blue” faction of the WMC.

    After an altercation over the suggested Florida expansion, between what is now known as the “blue” & the “black” factions of the WMC (Pennsylvania), a man who was part of the “black” faction, was left hospitalized with four 45 rounds lodged in his chest, one of which, directly under his heart and whom recently died from complications from this altercation (he was 6 months shy of his 40th birthday). After this occurrence, the blues wanted to separate from the blacks. Since the blacks had titled ownership over the majority portion of the club assests, including partial ownership of the trademark, the blacks sold the clubhouse (an asset) located in Fishtown and relocated to an undisclosed area of Philadelphia.

    The “blacks” expanded into Florida, despite the actions of the other half of the Pennsylvania Warlocks (the blues) but upon doing so, the Florida Warlocks were not happy with their decision, making many threats, which were ignored by the “blacks” or as the media refers to them in Florida, the “Philly” or “Harpy” Warlocks (which technically is incorrect because this faction was comprised of members from the Chester & Lehigh (Pennsylvania) chapters).

    When the newly formed chapter of the Florida “Harpy” Warlocks decided to throw a benefit, the Florida Warlocks took advantage of the situation of their known location. After placing a few Florida WMC informants within the VFW located in WinterSprings, Fl, the Florida Warlocks waited for the call to let them know when Maloney, who was their target hit, was alone, so they could ambush him, 5 on 1. What the inside informant ,whom was giving the Florida WMC the heads up to come in, wasn’t aware of was that 3 other “Harpy” Warlocks had not left yet for their Poker Run positions and were lingering back, outside in the parking lot of the VFW. The 5 Florida WMC rode into the parking lot and right into the 3 (Harpy WMC) men. Upon doing so, words were exchanged and shots were fired. Maloney ran out of the VFW to see what was going on and right into the open gunfire being exchanged, which naturally forced him to join in the exchange for reasons of self preservation.

    After all was said and done, it left 3 men dead, 4 being held on homicide charges, a defense witness shot, a Florida Warlock jailed for attempted homicide, a firefighter who was a member of the Florida WMC’s testimony lost (actually the DVD recorder failed to write to the DVD. The only one out of all the recorded testimonies) and a Florida WMC taking the stand as a state witness for the prosecution, all the while being supported by the “higher ups” in his club for these actions (isn’t this a big no-no with 1%er clubs?).

    As far as the Philly Outlaws who were once part of the commonly referred to “Philly” Warlocks (but actually from the Bucks County Chapter)… one is dead, a couple retired and a few landed in prison from this articles subject “bust” and thanks to a big mouth probate snitch who is, ready for this, actually cousins with a member of the “blue” Warlocks in Pennsylvania. How’s that for making things even more confusing then they already were?

    Please don’t ask me who I am or how I know this. This is published strictly for the purpose of clarifying all those misconstrued stories that have been slung about, based on another’s bullshit or tall tale. If you don’t believe me, honestly I could give a fuck. If you do, then you are obviously someone who appreciates the truth.

  7. BMW Says:

    Good comments all! I do believe that the mandatory minimum sentences are used along with the drug laws to destroy families, individuals and clubs. These draconian laws allow LEO to steal a person’s property and life, forcing the defendant to sue, at his own expense, for the return of property. In any case, the defendant will be facing larger prison sentences than murderers and rapists.

    I hope I did not leave the impression that I think the War on Some Drugs (a very apt description by Meh!) is in any way positive. I don’t think it has done anything positive, and has destroyed as many people as the drugs themselves. I do believe that we need to create distance between ourselves and constant meth users — for our own protection.

    NOTE: Meh’s description of the War on Some Drugs is accurate. At one point in my speckled career I worked as a drug counselor, before anyone needed an MSW and a license to do so, and the single most addictive drug — then and now — is nicotine. This powerful, addictive drug continues to be legal because the high profits accrued to a powerful group of people, despite the fact that it was at one point killing hundreds of thousands of people each year.

    I argue that the DEA, ATF, FBI, CIA involvement in the War on Some Drugs is to serve as enforcer, so that only the “right” people take the profits from the drug trade. They serve the same role as the FDA in regulating the other aspects of the drug industry. They do not actually enforce the law, they enforce it selectively. Almost every community in the USA has an area where anyone can go and get “illegal” drugs. These drug drive-ins could be busted with almost no police work, yet they flourish under “the War on Some Drugs”.

    The outrageous penalties, first enacted by the feds and now by some states, for drug possession are used only against certain people. Others get a walk. Bikers take a serious hit, Crips and Bloods get probation. Yet where are the bulk of drugs being sold? The biggest share of drugs come not from bikers but from street gangs.

    Now the ATF and the “Joint Task Force” LEOs are actively trying to deliberately confuse motorcycle club membership with street gang membership. By doing so, they believe they can convince the average citizen that they are “doing something” about drugs, when in fact they are doing nothing at all but forcing the street gangs to buy from the “right” sources!

  8. Meh Says:

    The War On Some Drugs is as counterproductive, for the same reasons, as alcohol Prohibition. No accident both originated with the same groups of religious zealots and political hacks.

    WOSD isn’t designed to mitigate social damage, but to empower and enrich those who build LEO and prison industry empires from fighting it and social costs in the US and other countries be damned.

    Food Lion and Piggly Wiggly aren’t doing drive-bys on each other over beer sales. but if beer came in pill form the Alphabet Agencies would be on it like sweat on a fat girl.

  9. Glenn S. Says:

    BMW said: “Anyone who has been around since the sixties knows that methamphetamine has destroyed thousands of bikers and dozens of chapters of various clubs. It radically changed the dynamics of the biker brotherhood, and pretty much destroyed it. Meth has done to our world what crack has done to Detroit. Meth users can’t be trusted, any more than can junkies.”

    I agree. Overuse of meth has destroyed lives, families, and brotherhoods. The first time I shot meth (1980ish), I thought that there was something wrong with my body chemistry that the meth corrected. I got heavily involved in the meth and gun trade, and by the time I got busted in late 1984, I was so paranoid that I wouldn’t take a shit without a machine gun in my lap. I weighed 120 lbs (now 220). In 1997, I checked into rehab and got clean. Life got better and has been better ever since.

    Having said that, I do not believe that the government response to addictive drugs has done anything positive. The ever-increasing punishments, the “Tough New Laws”, have only made the drug trade more violent without reducing availability of the drugs. The expensive and morally bankrupt “war on drugs” has been an utter failure in its stated purpose but has gotten politicians elected and exponentially increased the size and cost of government bureaucracies. And the citizenry continues to support this misguided “war”. Even those who realize that big government is not good for the people think that if you dress big government up in a blue costume and give it a tin badge and a gun, it somehow achieves the moral high ground and is necessary.

    The more successful solution would be to take the law enforcement budget and re-allocate a significant portion to addictions treatment focusing on helping addicts build new lives. The addictions professionals should be in charge of this, lest addiction treatment become punishment under the euphemism of rehab. The present public sector model of addictions treatment includes a whole lot of rules that tend to repel the addict seeking recovery. The least restrictive means possible should be the guiding principle. Addicts should enroll freely and voluntarily, rather than be forced by the courts.

    28 days in a private sector, positive reinforcement based rehab did for me what 11 years in prison did not. Kindness worked for me. Punishment did not. Any idiot should see which is more cost effective and successful.

    But the government will never go along. Because its not about solving or minimizing a social problem, its about an excuse to build an army of occupation and an American gulag.

  10. Jim666 Says:

    yes Sieg thats the one.

    Maybe one day

  11. Sieg Says:

    Jim, Holder isn’t the one pushing it, it’s a lot of people and groups. That said, it does look like at least SOME of the min/man is going to be phased out. The biggest push is to get rid of sentencing that “discriminates” against blacks, i.e.; heavier sentences for crack than for powdered blow.

    All we can do is hope.

    FTF/FTP/FTW

  12. Jim666 Says:

    I read somewhere Sieg that Holder was pushing to end all min. mamdatory drug sentencing . wheather or not theres any truth to that or not goes w/ out saying . I`ll look around to see if I can find a link to that article.
    Respects Jim

  13. Sieg Says:

    As BMW notes, meth has sure nuff messed-up a lot of scooter-trash.

    That said, the biggest threat to clubs, individuals, and our Nation isn’t any kind of dope, or the people who do it, it’s mandatory-minimum sentences, the structuring of “offense levels”, and “criminal history levels”.

    If you got popped back in 1978 for holding some weed, did a few months, whatever, then got popped in the mid-eighties for carrying a piece without a license, then you have predicate grounds to be construed as a violent felon. If you took those two pops within the last ten years, even if they were both right at the ten year old mark, you are eligible for an upgrade to “violent career criminal”. Kool, huh?! You can get handed fifteen fucking calendars ON TOP of whatever inflated sentence you draw.

    That’s all in the feds. Guys talk about their sentences as “basketball scores”. It’s not uncommon to hear guys backing up 140, 160, 180 months. And that’s on their regular sentence. IF they’ve got priors, they still can get the fifteen years on top of it unless they get a deal.

    Think that a guy, say 35 years old, is gonna blink when some asshole AUSA tells his federal pretender he’s recommending 25-35 YEARS for him? And by the way, he’s going to do 85% of it, no questions asked.

    Now, if he’s a PH, you get so-called “gang-enhancements” jumping off, as well. Push your “offense level” up through the roof.

    And THAT’S what really gets people ratting. Guys are basically looking at life sentences for a few grams of dope. Literally.

    If you got popped by State pigs, go to State court, all that, you might end-up with 5-10, and maybe up to half of that off for “good behavior”…contrast that with the same bust in a fed “court”.

    At lease that’s how it came down in the case I got caught in. Old-School Brother got popped, early forties, had him cold on accessory to a homicide, showed him some BIG numbers, and he folded. Couldn’t handle doing the next 35 inside.

    On a bright note, he cashed it in shortly ago-too much heroin.

    You want to start cutting down snitches, sure, you can try to keep people away from dope, or you can start working to prune the federal fucking prison/pig industry.

    FTF/FTP
    TOSIAR

  14. FF Says:

    @BMW

    Good stuff, man. I just want to ride and wrench. If our paths ever cross, I got the first round. ;)

    @JJ Solari

    You guys from CA are weird, man. But I’ll buy you a beer, too.

  15. BMW Says:

    Anyone who has been around since the sixties knows that methamphetamine has destroyed thousands of bikers and dozens of chapters of various clubs. It radically changed the dynamics of the biker brotherhood, and pretty much destroyed it. Meth has done to our world what crack has done to Detroit. Meth users can’t be trusted, any more than can junkies.

    But as FF mentions, there are other things that can weaken the brotherhood, and let in LEO provocateurs. How many bikers went to jail because they had a fight with or broke up with a girlfriend? Smoking pot can still be made into a RICO case with a little imagination — and the ATF and FBI and “Joint Task Forces” are PAID to use imagination to create cases.

    Everyone I know in the Building Trades, here in the USA, had to give up doing any sort of non-prescription drugs because Big Business insisted on surprise drug tests of big construction sites. The choice was to make a decent living or go on smoking, and almost everyone who is still working in construction gave it up so they could continue to feed their families. If living our lives the way we want is REALLY important, we can give up drugs, too. (or move to Colorado…)

    Based on my own past, I’m not going to suddenly climb on a soapbox and argue that all drugs are bad, but constant use of drugs certainly gives the LEO a weak spot that they will not hesitate to exploit. I’d like to see those lazy bastards have to work harder for their public dole!

    L,H,&R to all 1% clubs,and indies
    FTATF,
    SAVE THE PATCH!
    Stop Federal Fabricated Crimes,
    BMW

  16. jj solari Says:

    i like the way this FF dude thinks and presents his cases. for those of you enthusiastically taking notes and keeping abreast of things that i like. please, please, NO REALLY, THANK YOU, YOU’RE TOO KIND, ENOUGH WITH THE APPLAUSE!!

  17. FF Says:

    BMW, jcfromnj, thank you for the feedback. Good stuff.

    My personal belief is if we truly are a nation of liberty and freedom, then it’s man’s right to get high. I see nothing wrong with it and it’s absurd to think otherwise.

    But the law has nothing to do with right and wrong, common sense, morality or ethics. The Law is made by lawyers to protect the ruling class, and to fuck everybody else.

    It’s why Martha Stewart went to prison for 4 years for “insider trading” but every single senator and congressman engages in insider trading, but since they make the laws, the law says that a federal legislators cannot be indicted nor convicted of insider trading. It’s why scumbags like Harry Reid and Mitch McConnell can enter “public service” with less than 100K in personal assets and accumulate hundreds of millions of dollars during the course of their “career”.

    Nobody says shit though. Because the police are Ordnungspolizei, the judges are Stasi goons, and the majority of our population are Stasi block bosses.

    Right now in America, the federal government has a bullseye on the back of all Apha white males—- Non-conformists; free men, free thinking men. No other subculture or counterculture group exudes that as much as Bikers in general, 1%er’s in specific.

    The media controls the narrative. The police use that narrative to acquire funding. Judges arbitrarily apply the laws to target specific groups.

    How did we get to the point where a man is sentenced to six years in prison for selling two tenths of a gram of methamphetamine to a confidential informant:

    http://www.agingrebel.com/8478

    And nobody bats an eye?

    Now you throw in RICO charges. One lousy stepped on line of crank can destroy a dozen men’s lives.

    Is that outrageous? Yes, of course.

    But we have to deal with this world on how it really is, not how we’d like it to be.

    I’ll say it again, the law don’t give a fuck about right and wrong, common sense, ethics, morality— none of that crap. Trying to argue or belabor that point with Stasi Pigs you may as well bang your head against a brick wall. They don’t care. They want your ass dead or in prison. They want to destroy you. And if you know in advance the methods they will employ, then for God’s sake you have to act accordingly. You have to adapt and improvise. Compromise is not surrender. You can lose many battles, and still win the war. Right now time is on our side. Sooner or later, this country is going bankrupt. I’m sure of that. That’s why Stasi goons, stooges and apparatchiks are agitating for a police state because the last thing they want when WROL kicks in is armed population of pissed off white people with a legitimate axe to grind.

    We know the tactics the pigs use. We also know how to compromise the effectiveness of those tactics.

    I don’t want to see another biker go down like Jason Fogle, when it can be easily prevented. You have two choices, really. Zero tolerance or you can continue to let petty ante BS like a line of crank to compromise dozens of lives unnecessarily. How many CI’s can be turned? How many false accusations can be made? The potential the agent provocateur has to make your organization a toxic cesspool is unlimited. Not because of the crank itself but because of the Draconian laws that are made and the power given to the police state to enforce them. You can’t change the law and you can’t stop the pigs from violating your rights as a result of that law, but you can take away their strategy by removing the Trojan horse.

    PEACE AND RESPECT
    Frequent Flyer

  18. jcfromnj Says:

    @FF….sage advise for these times. This isn’t the world of the laid back 60’s biker lifestyle where a lot of shit got tolerated. These are the mean streets where you are not likely to get a chance to partake of the fruit of your labor without a lot of heat. Too much downside these days to take anything for granted. Just my 2 cents worth, watch your 6….

  19. BMW Says:

    @CN:
    The Philly Warlocks Chapter patched over to the Outlaws about seven years back, long before the group were kicked out of the “Florida Warlocks” for being government informers, and long before the informers later solicited membership in the “Philly Warlocks” from Philly Warlocks members that still kept their colors and organization. It is damned confusing, but it seems that it was only the Philly Chapter of the Philly Warlocks that patched over to the AOA, while their former comrades from other chapters, who are generally called the Philly Warlocks, kept on going.

    @Frequent Flyer:
    Very good points on avoiding bullshit busts. Good advice to anyone. Following your advice, about 70% of all the bullshit busts could be avoided. The LEO use information from credit bureaus to figure out who needs money, they use arrest records to figure out who is facing jail time, and they put this information together to try to entrap motorcyclists in criminal activity that would otherwise never happen. We need more awareness to “Stop Federal Fabricated Crimes”.

    SAVE THE PATCH!
    STOP FEDERAL FABRICATED CRIMES!
    FTATF!
    L,H&R to all 1% MOTORCYCLE CLUBS!!
    BMW

  20. Big Bry Says:

    More dirty tricks by the fed to try to create bullshit crimes. I will never understand the mind of a snitch. Especially if the snitch was a probationary member and was paid off to rat, I hope karma catches him sooner rather than later.

    SYLO,
    Big Bry

  21. PigPen Says:

    directly off their website.

    ” OUTLAWS PHILADELPHIA

    IN OCTOBER 2004 A GROUP OF BROTHERS IN PHILLY WITH A COMMON INTEREST IN THE OUTLAW LIFESTYLE AND TIES TO A LOCAL 1%ER CLUB DECIDED TO MAKE THE MOVE UP AND BECOME THE FIRST PHILADELPHIA PROSPECTIVE CHAPTER OF THE AMERICAN OUTLAW ASSOCIATION. ON MAY 6 2005 THE CHAPTER WAS PATCHED IN AT THE PHILLY CLUBHOUSE IN TRUE OUTLAW FASHION ….A GREAT PARTY, I’LL ADD, WE ’RE ABOUT TO CELEBRATE OUR SIXTH YEAR AS A CHAPTER AND STILL GOIN STRONG. LOOKING FORWARD TO MANY MORE YEARS OF BIKING AND TRUE BROTHERHOOD
    0FF0 GFOD SYLO”

  22. Sieg Says:

    CN, the AOA doesn’t do press releases. Ya gotta figure that some Philly Warlocks weren’t happy with the patchover n decided to re-open somewhere else.

    Other than that, hey, none of my bidness.

    FTF/FTP

  23. CN Says:

    So, The Philly WARLOCKS became OUTLAWS but there’s still Philly WARLOCKS enough to deny being associated with the faux Philly WARLOCKS in Florida who are now on trial for the shoot out with the Florida WARLOCKS?

    This would mean that either the Philly WARLOCKS became OUTLAWS after the Florida shoot out or were already patched over at the time of the shoot out but made the statement that they were not affiliated with, associated with or had knowledge of the faux Philly WARLOCKS operating in Florida at the time of the shoot out to protect the reputation of an MC that no longer exists or part of the actual Philly WARLOCKS remained as such and only a segment of them patched over to the AOA.

    If anybody has clarification on this please set me straight because as we speak, the faux Philly WARLOCKS in Florida are on trial for the 2012 shoot out which resulted in the deaths of 3 Florida WARLOCKS and the wounding of two others. The trial centers around whether the faux Philly WARLOCKS acted in self defense or shot the Florida WARLOCKS in cold blood as they rode into an event the faux Philly WARLOCKS were putting on to benefit Veterans which after the fact, the Philly WARLOCKS came out and denounced stating they had no affiliation with the faux Philly WARLOCKS who had established themselves in Florida at an earlier date. But, if the entire Philly WARLOCKS MC had patched over to the AOA that’s impossible. This would also mean that in point of fact, the AOA made that statement which would be news of a very different nature and is even more unlikely.

  24. FF Says:

    “FBI’s Organized Crime/Labor Racketeering Squad coerced or paid a Probationary Outlaw to solicit a one kilo methamphetamine deal at the beginning of 2013. The snitch told Sells he had a buyer for the meth in New York.”

    If it happens that I ever get a patch, here is my code of conduct:

    1. no CDC’s. I see nothing, hear nothing, say nothing. And everybody will know that to be true about me. Feds/agent provocateurs/moles will have to go after lower hanging fruit…

    2. “Low hanging fruit” who around me is has potential to be targeted by the pigs to be turned into a CI? Anyone with a drug addiction, gambling problem, huge debt, too many girlfriends et al is persona non grata.

    3. Big mouths. People who talk shit constantly. People looking to stir shit up constantly. These people are suspect.

    Maybe I pissed some people here off, but that’s the price I’ll pay for being honest, I’d rather you didn’t like me for who I really am than to like me because I blew smoke up your ass and told you just what I thought you wanted to hear.

    I think the number one priority is a stand down between clubs, don’t give the watchers anything to work with. PUT THE FED BEAST TO SLEEP.

    Eventually, the CI’s, CO’s, agent provocateurs are going to receive pressure from the bosses above them who have to justify their budget to agitate, created, and obfuscate.

    You need to create an environment where these rats stick out like a sore thumb. If you have a chaotic situation where everybody is just doing what the hell they want, then the rat can hide in plain site because his behavior and activity isn’t any different than his peers.

    Like I said, I will always be squeaky clean. No Fed is going get my tit tight in a ringer. And everybody who’s with me will be safe from harm as well. I will never do anything to compromise the freedom of my brothers. I will always be a peacemaker— if I can resolve a situation where everybody gets to go home and not the morgue or prison, I’m going to do that. And the guy who is throwing gasoline on the fire constantly—- well, I’m gonna keep my eye on him.

    There you have it. But what do I know.

    PEACE AND RESPECT
    Frequent Flyer

  25. Jim666 Says:

    Stevo the feds are Immune from any entrapment accusations against them read about Diamond Dan and his crew and what the feds did to them in SC.

  26. Stevo Says:

    Rebel,

    Is entrapment actually legal in the USA?

    Stevo

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