Archive | October, 2012

The Naptown Outlaws Case

October 29, 2012

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There were nine more arrests in the Outlaws Motorcycle Club case in Indianapolis last Thursday. The case is called US v Bowser and Others, it began last July and the most recent arrests represent the triumph of federal perception management over reality. A superseding indictment in the case was returned by a grand jury on […]

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Stubbs Yanks Finn’s Chain Again

October 25, 2012

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Stephen P. “Bowtie” Stubbs yanked Boulder City, Nevada Police Chief Thomas Finn’s chain again yesterday. Stubbs has accused Finn of unconstitutionally profiling and harassing members of the Mongols Motorcycle Club during the club’s national run last June and of destroying evidence that could be used in a federal civil rights lawsuit filed by Stubbs on […]

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California Jury Calls Hells Angels A Gang

October 24, 2012

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Last week a jury in Riverside County in Southern California convicted a general contractor named James A. Bradley of making criminal threats and committing a felony as a member of a street gang. Bradley is a member of the Orange County charter of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club. Prosecutors immediately began to brag that they […]

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Secret Justice In South Carolina

October 23, 2012

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The Hells Angels racketeering case in South Carolina titled U.S. v. Bifield et al. continues to grind the defendants like glaciers grind rocks. The indictment was returned May 17. A 97 page superseding indictment was filed September 19. Two weeks after that the federal prosecutors riding this big ice cube, their names are Julius N. […]

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Police Harassment Suit Amended

October 22, 2012

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The federal civil rights lawsuit brought by the Southern Nevada Confederation of Clubs and numerous individual complainants against various Las Vegas area police departments including the notorious Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department and the North Las Vegas Police Department has grown. The lawsuit now lists 32 separate “claims for relief.” Each claim, by an individual, […]

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Peter B. “Hormone” Schlette, Jr.

October 22, 2012

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Peter B. “Hormone” Schlette, Jr., a patch holder with the Lake County, Florida chapter of the Warlocks Motorcycle Club, died September 30, 2012 of wounds suffered in a gunfight with members of another motorcycle club, also called the Warlocks, in the parking lot of a Veterans of Foreign Wars Post in Winter Springs, Florida. Schlette […]

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Mongols Versus Lying Cop Bullies

October 19, 2012

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Criminal charges may be filed as a result of the Mongols Motorcycle Club’s national run in Boulder City, Nevada last June. The criminals were the police. Stephen “Bowtie” Stubbs, a hungry Vegas attorney with sharp teeth, filed a complaint yesterday on behalf of the Mongols with Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson. In that complaint […]

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Brian Brewer Denied Compassionate Release

October 18, 2012

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Brian Brewer, a member of the Dago charter of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club, has been denied a compassionate release from prison. Brewer has cancer of the lungs, bones and lymph nodes. His condition is incurable and his hourglass is running out. In the last six weeks 5,322 people have signed a petition addressed to […]

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Eric Garcia Dead

October 17, 2012

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Eric Dean “Pee Ka” Garcia’s family confirmed the missing Mongol’s death about 5:30 PM Pacific Time Tuesday. Garcia disappeared on Tuesday, September 18. Garcia’s family issued the following statement on a Facebook missing person page. “It is with great sadness that we report to you tonight that our beloved Eric Dean Garcia was found this […]

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The Forbidden Ones’ Case

October 17, 2012

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The Forbidden Ones Motorcycle Club of Brooklyn, NY made the Daily News again today. In June, the club was accused of working for a Brooklyn landlord who wanted to “terrorize tenants out of” his apartments. The Post, another amusing New York tabloid quoted an attorney for the tenants as saying, “The landlord has hired thugs […]

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Wanna Be In A Movie

October 12, 2012

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 UPDATED 10/29/12 Are you a biker? Do you think you could play a biker in a movie? Would you like to be in a movie? Would you enjoy wrestling Michelle Rodriguez? What about Michelle Rodriguez and Milla Jovovich at the same time? How about now? Want to be in a movie now? A woman named […]

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Mongols Case Staggers On

October 11, 2012

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After seven years and probably $150 million, the government of the United States refuses to let the Mongols case, which is not so much an actual legal case as it is a prosecutorial pose, end. From the beginning, the point of the case was to solve America’s “outlaw biker gang problem” by employing two tactics. […]

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The Mongols Case Day 1462

October 9, 2012

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The Mongols case may never end. They should teach it in law school. It should be a required course. They should call it Introduction to Zombie Prosecutions. It isn’t even a case. It is a keepsake box of cases including U.S. v. Cavazos et al.; Ramon Rivera v Kenneth E. Melson, Actiong Director, Bureau of […]

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