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Still Sweeps Month

May 25, 2016

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Still Sweeps Month

The brainless zombies at Tampa television station WFTS continue to agitate for the lynching of area firefighters who belong to motorcycle clubs. Earlier this month, WFTS reported that two area fire captains, Glen Buzze. “a fire captain and paramedic in Pasco County Fire Rescue,” and James Costa, “a fire captain and EMT for Hillsborough County […]

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Bigger Than Neenah

May 24, 2016

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Bigger Than Neenah

Without context, the news is just noise. Big picture, it is starting to look like the American democracy has been corrupted by police violence and abuse. A breaking story today describes the ordeal of a 43-year-old mother named Julie Mall who was arrested last year in Bald Head Island, North Carolina for allowing her 11-year-old […]

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Our Sacred Police

May 23, 2016

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Our Sacred Police

Last Tuesday, May 17, the Louisiana House and Senate passed a bill, by a combined vote of 124 – 3, that defines police as a protected class. The law reads: “It shall be unlawful for any person to select the victim of the following offenses against person and property because of actual or perceived race, […]

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More Waco Lawsuits

May 23, 2016

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More Waco Lawsuits

Three more victims of the mass arrests that followed the Waco Twin Peaks ambush a year ago filed federal civil rights lawsuits Friday in Austin. The suits were filed by attorneys Don Tittle and Dan Jones on behalf of Bradley Terwilliger, Benjamin Matcek and Jimmy Dan Smith. The three are suing Waco police chief Brent […]

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The Twin Peaks Ambush

May 18, 2016

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The Twin Peaks Ambush

The other night I watched the CNN special report “Biker Brawl” with my muse. I had already wasted about four hours on the show. A CNN reporter and researcher named Ann O’Neill bought me lunch at a place called Hennessey’s Tavern in Hermosa and we talked. Four days later I talked some more to Ed […]

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Waco Crescendo Building

May 18, 2016

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Waco Crescendo Building

At this point the Twin Peaks case in Waco has become a buffalo on the barbecue. A big buffalo. It is not possible to cover all the news in the case this week. It is more reasonable to give readers some indication of the broad strokes and big shapes of what is going on. Saw […]

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Happy Anniversary Waco

May 17, 2016

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Happy Anniversary Waco

Today is the anniversary of the notorious “biker brawl” in the parking lot of the Twin Peaks restaurant and time is now running out for the tyrants of Waco. After a long interregnum there is suddenly a flood of legal filings pertinent to the case. For example James C. Winton, who represents a couple of […]

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Mayans MC

May 16, 2016

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Mayans MC

Get ready to have more Kurt Sutter style biker authenticity shoved down your throat. Sutter and FX Networks announced last week that the writer and the soulless corporation will collaborate on a Sons of Anarchy spinoff to be titled Mayans MC. Throughout the run of the first show, viewers were encouraged to believe that Sons […]

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Biker Brawl

May 14, 2016

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Biker Brawl

This might be a good week for McLennan County, Texas District Attorney Abelino Reyna to stop telling laughable lies and start telling the truth about what happened before, during and after the brawl in the parking lot of the Waco Twin Peaks restaurant last May 17. Monday at 9 p.m. in both the Eastern and […]

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Kong Interview Video

May 10, 2016

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Kong Interview Video

Last night NBC television affiliate KCNC in Denver ran an edited copy of the police interview with Iron Order member and Colorado prison guard Derrick “Kong” Duran after Duran admitted shooting Mongols Motorcycle Club members Jared “Conan” Chadwick and Victor “Nubs” Mendoza last January 30 during the Colorado Motorcycle Expo. Mendoza died. Duran claimed he […]

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Neenah Justice Laugher

May 7, 2016

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Neenah Justice Laugher

Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel, who was elected to be the state’s top cop by running as “Law Enforcement’s Choice,” cleared the two Neenah police “operators” who murdered 60-year-old Michael L. Funk as he tried to flee to safety during a standoff last December 5 at a bike shop named Eagle Nation Cycles. Schimel (center […]

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May Is Sweeps Month

May 5, 2016

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May Is Sweeps Month

This is sweeps month, when The Nielsen Company surveys viewers to find out what they like to watch on television. And last night,  in an effort to be better liked, a soulless and self evidently brainless corporation in Tampa called WFTS chose a couple of sacrificial victims to slander for the amusement of its viewers. […]

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The Denver Police Version

May 3, 2016

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The Denver Police Version

Today the Denver Police Department released a 195 page report on the fight between members of the Mongols Motorcycle Club and the Iron Order Motorcycle Club on January 30 at the Colorado Motorcycle Expo in Denver. At the conclusion of the fight, Mongol Victor “Nubs” Mendoza was shot in the “right center chest” and killed […]

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