Archive | April, 2010

Shameless Iron Pig

April 29, 2010

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Ronald Smith, the well known Seattle pawn shop unit detective, police union official and proud patch holder in the Iron Pigs Motorcycle Club, is suing the Seattle Police Department for $169,800. Smith alleges his department slandered him days after he gunned down and severely wounded an unarmed member of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club in […]

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Pagans Case Withering

April 28, 2010

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The federal case against the Pagans Motorcycle Club in Charleston, West Virginia continues to dry up and blow away. The earliest any trial will begin now is June 4th. This Titanic fiasco may not get far. Last week, 13 of the remaining defendants pled guilty to a misdemeanor, state gambling offense and paid a five […]

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Obama Tells Patriot Guard Get Lost

April 27, 2010

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There was a memorial service two days ago in Beckley, West Virginia for the 29 coal miners who died at the nearby Upper Big Branch mine April 5th. Twenty-eight hundred people attended the service.  Most of them were there to pay their respects and console the grieving.  At least a couple of them were there […]

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The Poker Run

April 27, 2010

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Where you are going is always where you are. The destination is always the getting there. So at the end of all my journeys it is 45 degrees and gray. I am sitting all alone at a red light on an empty stretch of Pacific Coast Highway. There is not a cop in sight so […]

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Cyberbullying The Vagos

April 15, 2010

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Chairman Mao claimed war has three stages. “Operation Everywhere,” the war on the Vagos Motorcycle Club in Southern California, has now entered stage two – cyberbullying. The Vagos antagonists in this conflict are gubernatorial candidate Jerry Brown and incumbent Riverside County Prosecutor candidate Rod Pacheco. Cyberbullying is usually defined as harassment inflicted through digital communication. […]

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Where The Ablett Case Stands

April 14, 2010

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The Joker in the Mongols case has always been the prosecution of Christopher Bryan Ablett. Ablett is accused of the murder of Hells Angels San Francisco Charter President Mark “Papa” Guardado on September 2nd, 2008. News reports at the time stated that Guardado, who died when he was forty-six, got into an argument with another […]

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Detroit Drama

April 13, 2010

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The big biker drama in Detroit, United States versus Nagi et al., the Highwaymen Trial, just concluded its fifth day and so far the most interesting revelation has been the news that Billy Wadd (pictured above and bragging in the video below) is a rat. The case began with a sealed indictment in September 2006. […]

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Why Motorcycle Safety Courses

April 12, 2010

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Every day in America at least a dozen bikers die in the saddle. A truck or auto operator is usually at fault. Typically, the killer explains that he never saw or heard the biker and is fined a trivial amount for a minor offense. The broken bodies of the victims are usually heaped with scorn. […]

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Getting Got In Maryland

April 9, 2010

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A Maryland sports bike rider faces five years in prison today for videotaping a plain clothes cop pointing a gun at him. The rider is a father of two and an Air National Guardsman named Anthony Graber. More than a month ago, Graber was speeding near Exit 80 on the John F. Kennedy Memorial Highway, […]

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Zombie American Chopper

April 8, 2010

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Abandon all hope. It’s not over until Paul Senior says it’s over. American Chopper is coming back. Two months ago the cable television network TLC announced that the inexplicably popular “biker reality” show was being cancelled because, as inexplicably influential journalist Perez Hilton put it, “Who watches this thing?” TLC issued a statement that read, […]

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Moron Charged

April 8, 2010

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Michael J. Jakscht, the moron who ran over a pack of motorcycles in Phoenix on March 25th was charged Tuesday with four counts of manslaughter, five counts of aggravated assault and seven counts of endangerment. Three of the motorcyclists injured that day, Clyde R. Nachand, Stephen Punch and Daniel L. Butler, died at the scene. […]

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The Way The Case Ends

April 7, 2010

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The Mongols case was never much more than old clothes stuffed with straw. The illusion has been rotting for a year and a half and Good Friday morning the scarecrow finally fell apart. For all practical purposes what is left of the Mongols case is now stored for safekeeping in a locked barn. The case […]

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