Archive | September, 2009

Hells Angels Gang Enhancement

September 30, 2009

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Two weeks ago a jury in Phoenix found a man named Nathaniel Sample guilty of the felony of “acting for the benefit of a criminal street gang.” Sample has earned a patch in a motorcycle club that you might know. So as a result, a week later the Maricopa County Attorney, Andrew Thomas, issued a […]

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Much Mongols Ado

September 29, 2009

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Don’t call it the Mongols case. It isn’t about the Mongols. It is about cops and lawyers and judges getting paid. For those just now returning from a long trip to the planet Mars, almost a year ago, on October 21st, 2008, United States Attorney Thomas P. O’Brien announced via press release that, “Sixty-one members […]

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The Mongols Marks Argument

September 23, 2009

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Throughout much of the last six months, ruffians employed by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) have been stealing personal items from members and friends of the Mongols Motorcycle Club. The seizures are really about nasty and out of control policemen using the full power of the federal government to humiliate and […]

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Speaking Up For Dave Burgess

September 22, 2009

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Dear Rebel, Ok-so-how did they get the nudes of the 14 year old girl onto (Dave Burgess’) computer? You lost me hereā€¦. White Devil Dear White Devil, Okay, let me give this one more shot. I know you and I probably disagree on this but we should at least try to reason together, none the […]

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Chosen Few Week 27

September 21, 2009

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The Federal Case against the Chosen Few Motorcycle Club in Buffalo is now entering its 27th week. The Case began when a 10 page indictment was unsealed last March 17th. But, that indictment was superseded by 30 pages of accusations two weeks later. And, the indictment that superseded that one, on May 19th, was 57 […]

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Brother Speed Pack Crash

September 19, 2009

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Twenty-six members and associates of the Brother Speed Motorcycle Club were involved in a chain-collision motorcycle accident on Interstate 5 north of Portland, Oregon about 2 pm Friday afternoon. The crash happened at milepost 282 south of Wilsonville, Oregon. A tight pack of 28 bikes was riding in the middle of three north bound lanes […]

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Premature Adjudication

September 17, 2009

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So now, the year long minstrel show in the Roybal Federal Courthouse has degenerated into this: Acting United States Attorney George S. Cardona, after getting an extra two weeks to come up with something, anything, to save face, is now complaining that the judge in the Mongols case “prematurely adjudicated” all over the government’s beautiful […]

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The Gangland Evidence

September 16, 2009

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Undercover hero Darrin Kozlowski is back out here on the West Coast. He had been reassigned to Washington, DC for most of the last year. Kozlowski was “one of several ATF Special Agents who infiltrated the Mongols outlaw motorcycle gang in an undercover capacity between 2005 and 2008.” The idea behind his reassignment was that […]

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Dave Burgess And BALCO

September 15, 2009

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The computer forensics techniques that convicted former Nevada brothel owner Dave Burgess 14 months ago have been ruled unconstitutional in the Ninth Federal Judicial Circuit. Those forensics remain technically legal in the Tenth Federal Judicial Circuit where Burgess’ appeal was denied. But since federal law – theoretically, ideally, as it is described to little children […]

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More Mongols This Week

September 10, 2009

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The guilty pleas of four more former members of the Mongols Motorcycle Club were published by the court this week. All four pled guilty to racketeering on behalf of the Mongols. The four men are Brian McCauley, David Gil, Daniel Medel, and Austin Klint Melcer. It is difficult to read any legal strategy into the […]

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Edge Trap Lawsuit

September 9, 2009

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The survivors of two experienced motorcyclists are suing the New Jersey Department of Transportation and the New Jersey State Police for failing to warn the bikers of the manmade road hazard that killed them. Jude Bihari, 52 and Ronald Ross, 42, were killed by the same “edge trap” in separate accidents eight hours apart near […]

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Now Thirty Mongols Pleas

September 8, 2009

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Four more defendants in the government’s case against Ruben “Doc” Cavazos and others have reached plea and sentencing agreements. Cavazos is a former President of the Mongols Motorcycle Club. He was expelled from the club six weeks before the federal indictment that announced the case was unsealed. Throughout the case the Department of Justice has […]

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Biker Tax

September 8, 2009

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Last May we ran a story about a diner near Los Angeles named the Route 66 Classic Grill. George Thomas, the owner of the grill has been sponsoring “biker nights” during the Los Angeles summer, which runs from April to November, for the last ten years. A very important Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Captain named […]

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