Archive | January, 2010

Jeremy H. “Coal” Steigerwalt

January 31, 2010

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Jeremy H. “Coal” Steigerwalt of Ephrata, Pennsylvania was killed around 7 pm on January 18th after his motorcycle collided with an unidentified vehicle in the northbound lane of Route 222 in Mannheim Township. Steigerwalt died of traumatic brain injury and was pronounced dead at the scene. There were no witnesses to the accident. Police are […]

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Harley Is Doomed

January 28, 2010

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Harley-Davidson Incorporated, the iconic American motorcycle manufacturer is doomed. The confidant pitchmen now running the company into the ground understand that something has gone terribly, terribly wrong but they have absolutely no idea what the real disaster might be. Not even Willie G. Davidson, who has often been lionized as the savior of the company, […]

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Is The Whole Pagans Case Surplusage

January 25, 2010

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Defense attorneys in the Pagans case last week began filing motions that challenge the prosecution’s basic argument: Which is that motorcycle clubs are criminal enterprises and the way to outlaw them is by using the Racketeer Influenced Corrupt Organization (RICO) statute. Three defendants, Martin Nuss, Christopher T. Brunner and Daniel J. Reilly all sought to […]

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You Did Not Get The Job

January 22, 2010

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About two weeks ago, a Nevada bawdy house named the Shady Lady Ranch announced an employment opportunity for a gigolo. Maybe as good an indicator as any of how the economy is doing is that 150 men applied for the job. And, yesterday the brothel announced it had hired one of them. Just one. The […]

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Judicial Negligence

January 21, 2010

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A Missouri Judge ruled today that it is not a crime to run over a motorcyclist three times. On May 16, 2008, a Friday, a Springfield biker named Dwight “DJ” Parker got an early start on his weekend and went for a ride. He was 44-years-old. He did not make it to 45 because he […]

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Tommy “Tommy Gun” Martinez

January 19, 2010

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Tommy “Tommy Gun” Martinez died December 24th, 2009. He was a patch holder in the American Latino Motorcycle Association. A.L.M.A. is a one piece patch club in Phoenix and the club lost two brothers in less than two weeks. Max Joseph “Dragon” Aragon died January 3rd as he was returning home from Martinez’ wake. Martinez […]

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Florence-Marie Cooper

January 17, 2010

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Florence-Marie Cooper, the presiding judge in the current Mongols case, died late Thursday night. At least partly because prosecutors have hidden so much of the case against the members and associates of the Mongols Motorcycle Club, that case will probably be her least well known. She will probably be remembered longest for being the judge […]

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Government Says Mongols Racket Proven

January 15, 2010

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The official government spokesman for the prosecution in the Mongols case said earlier today that the government has proved that the Mongols Motorcycle Club is a criminal organization. The spokesman also said the government still intends to confiscate the club’s patch. So far, 61 of 79 defendants indicted on October 9, 2008 have pled guilty […]

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Feds Declare Victory Over Mongols

January 14, 2010

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A woman named Maritza Velazquez, a staff writer for a paper called the San Gabriel Valley News, ran a story about the Mongols case Tuesday. Now this page has to point out how misleading and inaccurate most of what she wrote was. Velazquez story was picked up by the Associated Press Tuesday afternoon and has […]

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Real Reporters Don’t Wear Cuts

January 13, 2010

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A well known British Television reporter has been fired for speaking on behalf of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club. Steve Jones, 51, (pictured above) a 20-year veteran of the British Broadcasting Company (BBC) was fired earlier today for “failing to disclose his interests and failure to get network permission before representing outside organizations.” Jones appeared […]

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Robot Tickets Reflux

January 12, 2010

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As far-fetched as airport security has become, the worst excess of the post-modern police state is still probably robotic traffic law enforcement. Of course, alien overlord Janet Napolitano is a leading proponent of both. There seems to be nothing about freedom that Napolitano and her space alien friends do not hate. Napolitano is the United […]

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Max Joseph “Dragon” Aragon

January 11, 2010

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Max Joseph “Dragon” Aragon died January 3rd and he was buried last Saturday at Greenwood Memory Lawn Cemetery in Phoenix. He was a patch holder in the American Latino Motorcycle Association. A.L.M.A. is a one piece patch club in Phoenix and a member of the Arizona Confederation of Clubs. Max Aragon was riding his motorcycle […]

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Twelfth Pagan Plea Deal

January 11, 2010

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There have been twelve plea bargaining agreements in the Pagans case now unfolding in Charleston, West Virginia. Last October 23rd, Timothy A. Flood, the former President of the Northeast Philadelphia chapter of the club pled guilty to helping the Pagans run an illegal lottery. The plea deal was unsealed last Thursday, January 7th. Flood pled […]

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