Archive | May, 2010

Yet Another Felony

May 27, 2010

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Bikers love children. Children love motorcycles. And police hate motorcycles, children, bikers and letting people alone. So when all those elements get close enough the result is often a felony. John Tuohy, who covers the police beat for the Indianapolis Star reported today that Edward Purnell, 47, has been charged with felony neglect of a […]

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LZ Lambeau

May 22, 2010

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Forty-two years after the siege of Khe Sanh and the Tet Offensive and thirty-five years after the fall of Saigon the state of Wisconsin officially welcomed the troops back home from Vietnam this weekend. The event is called LZ, for Landing Zone, Lambeau. The official welcoming began Friday with a motorcycle “honor ride” of 1,244 […]

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Who The Tulsa Sheriffs Killed

May 21, 2010

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Russell Andrew “Roc” Doza was born in Munich, Germany on January 16th, 1961. He was named for his godfather, Russell Andrew Hall. His father was a career soldier and his father and his mother were often separated. When Russell Doza was about two, he asked his mother, Leona, for a glass of Kool Aid. His […]

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Aguilar Set Free

May 20, 2010

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Phillip Aguilar, founder of the Set Free Soldiers Motorcycle Ministry pled guilty last week to one misdemeanor count of being a prohibited person in possession of a bullet. In return for his guilty plea he had three felony counts – possession of a firearm by a felon, possession of brass knuckles and street terrorism – […]

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Dulaney Out Of Pagans Case

May 17, 2010

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William L. Dulaney, a college professor who studies motorcycle outlaws, has withdrawn as an expert witness in the Pagans Motorcycle Club RICO case in Charleston, West Virginia. Dulaney (above) is a former member of the American Outlaws Association who has become a common source for journalists seeking insight into the outlaw world. He has appeared […]

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Running To Washington

May 16, 2010

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These are the weeks the thunder rolls. The twenty-second annual Run For The Wall pulls out of the parking lot of the Victoria Gardens Mall in Rancho Cucamonga, California this Wednesday, May 19th. From there the riders follow one of two routes. What is called the central route stops in Williams, Arizona; Gallup and Angel […]

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Ohio Cop Found Guilty

May 14, 2010

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Thomas White, (above) the part-time, small town cop who was video recorded shooting an Ohio biker named Michael McCloskey a year ago, has been found guilty of felonious assault with a firearms enhancement. The jury returned the verdict around 7:30 pm Eastern Time Friday. It took the jurors six hours to reach that conclusion. McCloskey, […]

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Feds Still Seek Mongols Marks

May 13, 2010

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Because justice moves majestically, like a mighty snail, the government is still technically trying to seize the Mongols patch. Unless you were one of the indicted men, the RICO case named for former club President Ruben “Doc” Cavazos was always the least important half of this government attack on the Mongols Motorcycle Club. The big […]

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It Is Different For Cops

May 12, 2010

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The defense called its first witnesses today in the trial of Thomas White, the part-time cop in Ottawa Hills, Ohio who gunned down a man named Michael McCloskey (in the photo above) after a routine traffic stop. It was all recorded on a dash-mounted video camera. White is charged with felonious assault with a gun […]

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Ohio Cop On Trial

May 11, 2010

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The trial of Thomas White, a part-time, small town cop who gunned down a biker named Michael McCloskey last year in Ottawa Hills, Ohio after a routine traffic stop, began yesterday in Toledo. White is charged with felonious assault with a gun specification. He faces a maximum sentence of eleven years imprisonment. The trial is […]

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Millville Harley-Davidson

May 10, 2010

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In case you missed it, another Harley-Davidson franchise went under last week. Millville Harley-Davidson in New Jersey closed two stores, one in Millville and the other in Wildwood, without notice. Customers were very surprised. “The thing is, I talked to them Friday or Thursday and they never let anybody know anything,” a customer named Kenny […]

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Russell Doza Was Murdered

May 9, 2010

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Informed sources, speaking on conditions of anonymity, believe that Russell Andrew “Roc” Doza was murdered by police, that a conspiracy exists within the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office to cover up that murder and that neither the Tulsa Police Department nor the Oklahoma Medical Examiner’s Office can be trusted to discover or reveal the truth about […]

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Copyright And Trademark Reminder

May 8, 2010

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Copyright and Trademark Notice Under United States law, any creative work is copyrighted by the author of that work and it remains the property of his heirs for 75 years following his death. Everything on this site with the exception of most videos and some photographs, is copyrighted by Rebel, The Aging Rebel and by […]

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