Archive | September, 2014

Veiovis Trial Over

September 30, 2014

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Caius Veiovis, who along with two others was accused of killing three men named David R. Glasser, Edward Frampton, and Robert Chadwell. was found guilty last Friday of the murder charges as well as kidnapping. The jury in the case deliberated for 37 hours over six days before reaching the verdict. After hearing their judgment […]

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Georgia Outlaws Case Finally Over

September 30, 2014

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Last Thursday, a federal judge named Richard W. Story finally put an end to a ridiculous federal indictment filed against three men named Larry McDaniel, Howard Brown and Sean King. Judge Story dismissed Counts One and Three of an indictment filed on April 24, 2013 that accused the men of “corruptedly obstructing, influencing and impeding […]

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Shedden Massacre Appeals Sought

September 24, 2014

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Five of the six men convicted of the loony and tragic Shedden Massacre in Ontario in April 2006 have filed appeals to have their convictions overturned. The men were found guilty of eight murders on October 29, 2009. Mass media in North America have frequently called the murders “The Bandidos Massacre.” The five convicted men […]

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Smith Not Guilty

September 23, 2014

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After deliberating for four and a half hours tonight, a six person jury in Sanford, Florida found Paul Wayne “Dog” Smith innocent of charges of second degree murder and attempted first degree murder. Smith had been accused of murdering Peter “Hormone” Schlette,  Harold “Lil Dave” Liddle and Dave “Dresser” Jakiela. He was accused of trying […]

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Iron Order State Of Mind

September 23, 2014

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A basic, if increasingly tortured, concept in American law is mens rea which is usually translated from Latin as “guilty mind.” It refers to the state of mind that accompanies a criminal act. Mens rea doesn’t matter in crimes which are called malum prohibitum, which are crimes that are arbitrarily illegal like possessing prohibited drugs. […]

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The Iron Order Alibi

September 23, 2014

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If statements made by a high ranking member of the Iron Order Motorcycle Club are true, the investigation into the murder of Black Pistons patch holder Zach Tipton was corrupted almost from the start by the special consideration given the Iron Order by Florida police. In a letter to club members published on a members […]

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Angel Arrested After IOMC Feels Threatened

September 22, 2014

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Jeffery S. Fisse of Versailles, Indiana was arrested this weekend and charged with pointing a firearm and criminal recklessness with a deadly weapon after a chance encounter August 17 with members of the Iron Order Motorcycle Club. Both charges are felonies. The complainant in the case is a woman who was driving a chase car […]

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Veovis Jury Seems Confused

September 22, 2014

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The jury in the trial of Caius Veiovis will begin a third day of deliberations tomorrow. Veiovis is accused of the gruesome murders of David R. Glasser, Glasser’s roommate, Edward Frampton, and their friend Robert Chadwell in Springfield, Massachusetts in August 2011. News media in Massachusetts have consistently associated the murders with the Hells Angels […]

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Smith Defense Begins

September 22, 2014

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Paul Wayne “Dog” Smith began his defense today in his murder trial in Sanford, Florida. Smith is accused of three counts of second degree murder and two counts of attempted first degree murder that resulted from a gun fight in Winter Springs, Florida on September 30,  2012. He claims he started the minute long battle […]

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Mongols-Angels Violence Intensifying – Edited

September 22, 2014

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This story was published on September 22 and was edited on September 23. The original story remains intact and is plain text. Additions to the story appear in italics. In general, informed readers have been offended by the story because they believe it overstates any animosity that may exist between the Mongols Motorcycle Club and […]

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Easy Rider Bike Yet Lives

September 19, 2014

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Apparently, Captain America’s motorcycle didn’t really explode at the end of Easy Rider. It just burned. And was restored by Dan “Grizzley Adams” Haggerty. And Peter Fonda, who designed the bike, told Haggerty, who was the on-set mechanic for the film, to keep it. So Haggerty did and he rode it for years – an […]

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Mongols Nation Case Still In Limbo

September 18, 2014

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The Mongols Nation Case has been continued yet again. A jury trial to determine whether the Mongols Motorcycle Club is guilty of racketeering and conspiracy to racketeer was most recently scheduled to begin in about two weeks on September 30. The trial had previously been scheduled to begin on September 24, 2013 and March 25, […]

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Smith Trial Day Three

September 17, 2014

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The trial of Paul Wayne “Dog” Smith is an example of what Yogi Berra called ‘‘déjà vu all over again.” He is the fourth defendant to be tried for the same alleged crime – the murder of three men who rode with the Warlocks Motorcycle Club and the attempted murder of two more. The men […]

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