Archive | October, 2014

Stating The Obvious

October 31, 2014

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David Martinez made his initial appearance in court yesterday. Martinez, a member of the Mongols Motorcycle Club, is charged with the murder of a Pomona, California Swat officer. That charge is enhanced with the accusations that he murdered a police officer engaged in his official duty and that he is a member of a criminal […]

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Following The LA Swat Death

October 30, 2014

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Details are emerging about the ATF investigation that instigated the militarized police raids early Tuesday morning in which a Swat officer named Shaun Diamond was killed. At the same time, the credibility of official accounts of Diamond’s death are undermined by inconsistencies between those accounts. Seven homes in Los Angeles County were raided simultaneously at […]

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Mongol Faces Murder Charge

October 29, 2014

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There was another Swat related death in Los Angeles today. This time it was a cop named Shaun Diamond. Diamond was shot yesterday during a middle of the night raid on the home of a man named David Martinez. Every cop in the city is identifying Martinez as a member of the Mongols Motorcycle Club. […]

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ATF Eats Its Own

October 27, 2014

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This page reported five weeks ago that the law suit filed by Jay Dobyns, once an agent with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Forearms and Explosives, against his former employer had finally been resolved. Not so fast. Last Friday David A. Harrington, Senior Trial Counsel with the Commercial Litigation Branch of the Civil Division of […]

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King And Brown Sue The Bastards

October 24, 2014

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Sean King and Howard Brown, who were subjected to a blatantly malicious federal prosecution in Georgia over the last two years, filed motions today to compel the Department of Justice to pay their legal fees. King, Brown and an American Outlaws Association regional club officer named Larry McDaniel were all prosecuted, not once but twice, […]

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2014 Lane Splitting Survey

October 23, 2014

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The Sacramento Bee ran a story yesterday about the most recent results of a lane splitting survey conducted annually in California for the last three years. The story was picked up by The Associated Press and has been widely reported in the last 24 hours although the survey on which it is based is actually […]

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Mexican Version of Jelovcic Death

October 22, 2014

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A Baja California newspaper, Rosarito en la Noticia, has reported that Margie Jelovcic, the common law wife of American fugitive Randy Mark Yager, committed suicide after Yager was arrested a week ago by Mexican police in Rosarito, Mexico. The couple had lived in Rosarito for the last 17 years as Margie and Steve Rothman. During […]

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Tipton Case Won’t Go Away

October 22, 2014

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The Iron Order Motorcycle Club, the “law abiding,” three piece patch, gun toting, snitching, trouble making, motorcycle club led by an edgy, former Cinnabon executive, a bumpkin lawyer, a pogue lieutenant colonel, a thousand or so mentally disturbed cops and assorted other weekend tough guys has not yet harangued the murder of Black Piston Zachariah […]

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Yager Denied Bail

October 21, 2014

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The strange and tragic case of Randy Mark “Mad” Yager crept a little closer to its terrible conclusion yesterday. A federal magistrate judge named Bernard G. Skomal ruled that Yager was a flight risk and denied him bail on charges in a 17-year-old racketeering indictment. Specifically, Yager is charged with: Being “the regional president of […]

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Mexican Cops Killed Yager’s Wife

October 20, 2014

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There was a romantic and tragic twist to the apprehension of Randy Michael “Mad” Yager, a federal fugitive from Gary, Indiana who at one time was the regional boss of the American Outlaws Association in the upper Midwest. The United States Marshalls Service confirmed this morning that Margie Jelovcic, Yager’s common law wife and his […]

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Day 114

October 17, 2014

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Angela Corey, State Attorney for Florida’s Fourth Judicial Circuit, may be about to file charges against the killer of Zachariah James Tipton. Tipton, a member of the Black Pistons Motorcycle Club was shot and killed by an unnamed member of the Iron Order Motorcycle Club outside Nippers Beach Grille in Jacksonville Beach last June 26. […]

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Devils Diciples Trial

October 17, 2014

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The lurid racketeering trial in Detroit of seven members of the Devils Diciples Motorcycle Club members entered its third day today. Defendants include National President Jeff Garvin “Fat Dog” Smith, National Vice-President Paul “Pauli” Darrah, alleged National Warlord Cary “Gun Control” Vandiver, Vincent “Holiday” Witort, Patrick Michael “Magoo” McKeoun, Scott “Scotty Z” Sutherlan and David […]

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Yager’s Long Run Over

October 16, 2014

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Randy Michael “Mad” Yager, a federal fugitive who at one time was the regional boss of the American Outlaws Association in Wisconsin, Illinois and Indiana, was captured last night in Rosarito, Mexico about 20 miles south of the United States border by Baja State Police. He was taken into custody by United States Marshalls at […]

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