Archive | August, 2009

Zombie Prosecution From Hell

August 26, 2009

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Another shoe may be about to drop in the Mongols case. This case has never been especially about prosecuting certain law breaking individuals. The various recent cases against the Mongols Motorcycle Club have always been about destroying the club and developing a strategy for destroying all motorcycle clubs. The Mongols “case,” is actually at least […]

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Updating The Mongols Pleas

August 21, 2009

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The longer the Mongols case lasts, the smaller it grows. Ten months ago militarized police in six states served 160 search warrants and 110 arrest warrants and the United States Attorney in Los Angeles indicted 79 members, associates and former members of the Mongols Motorcycle club for racketeering. This is what has happened to the […]

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Mongols Demand, Feds Stall

August 20, 2009

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In court papers filed Monday, the Mongols Motorcycle Club demanded the return of personal property seized by “law enforcement officials throughout the United States…belonging to the club’s members and other third parties who have not been indicted solely because that property bears the Mongols trademark.” The club filed a 31 page supplemental brief, a proposed […]

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Gypsy Joker Traffic Stop

August 19, 2009

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If we did not exist the police would have to invent us. Forty-six motorcyclists, many of whom may have actually been members of the Gypsy Jokers Motorcycle Club, were stopped for riding in a pack last week on Interstate Highway 84 near Boise, Idaho. Law enforcement enthusiasts who lurk this site should know that bikers […]

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Bruce Rossmeyer

August 19, 2009

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Bruce Rossmeyer, the millionaire Harley-Davidson dealer who owned Destination Daytona, died July 30th on the ride to Sturgis. Rossmeyer was on Route 28, a lonely, 76-mile stretch of road in western Wyoming when a pickup truck cut him off. According to a spokesman for the Wyoming Highway Patrol, Rossmeyer was traveling with five other motorcyclists […]

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Government Loses Mongols Case

August 18, 2009

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The Mongols Motorcycle Club has won the fight over the seizure of its trademarks. United States Attorney Thomas P. O’Brien has lost his case. The club continues to own its name and its patch and has a constitutionally protected right to continue to exist. Last October 21st, a brash press release announced the unsealing of […]

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Burgess’ Appeal Denied

August 17, 2009

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The Federal Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver has denied Dave Burgess’ appeal of his July, 2008 conviction for interstate transportation of child pornography. Burgess was sentenced to 15 years in prison, ten years of supervision upon release, lifetime registration as a sex offender and a fine of $20,000 by a Federal District Judge […]

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