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Waco Day 1661

December 3, 2019

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Waco Day 1661

Waco is still trying to punish all the wrong people for the Twin Peaks Mass Murder 1661 days ago on May 17, 2015. The latest scapegoat is a former Waco fire fighter named Bill Dudley. Dudley spent 13 years working for the Waco Fire Department before Fire Chief John Johnston indefinitely suspended him in October […]

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Get Expect No Mercy

November 30, 2019

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Get Expect No Mercy

For those who have asked or are interested, you can order a copy of Expect No Mercy, in either the paperback or electronic editions, by clicking the image below. I will have more to say about this book, including the people who did not want me to write it, next week. Rebel  

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Expect No Mercy Excerpt

November 27, 2019

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Expect No Mercy Excerpt

This is a story about deluded mythmakers; clueless judges; morally bankrupt prosecutors; bad lawyers; daydream believers; and crooked cops. This is a story about police propaganda and gutless reporting. This is a story about outlaws in America, particularly motorcycle outlaws, at the moment when the America that once was – the America of revolutionaries, moonshiners, […]

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A Tap Room Tale

July 11, 2018

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A Tap Room Tale

I’m sitting in an ice cold bar next to a guy I don’t know. Every minute or so the neon sign in the front window blinks. I’m on a business trip. We are at the end of street called Jansen Avenue. He knows me, sort of. He knows what guys call me. I make a […]

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Terry Lee “Terry the Tramp” Orendorff

April 30, 2018

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Terry Lee “Terry the Tramp” Orendorff

Terry the Tramp Orendorff, who was a member of the Vagos Motorcycle Club for 42 years, died last Tuesday, April 24, of complications after years of poor health. He was the Vagos international president for 26 years. He was born in July 1947 and raised in El Monte, California by an abusive and alcoholic father. […]

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Mongols Nation Case Dances On Pin

April 24, 2018

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Mongols Nation Case Dances On Pin

The Mongols Nation case, United States versus Mongol Nation: An Unincorporated Association, is scheduled for trial June 26 before District Judge David O. Carter in the Ronald Reagan Federal Courthouse in Santa Ana, California June 26. This case is about authorizing police to rip the patches off motorcycle club members’ backs and it began, in […]

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