Archive | November, 2014

Jenkins Charged In Kingsmen Murders

November 29, 2014

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Andre L. “Li’l Bear” Jenkins of Deland, Florida, a member of the Daytona Beach chapter of the Kingsmen Motorcycle Club, pled not guilty Tuesday to one count of First Degree Murder and two counts of Second Degree Murder. Jenkins is accused of shooting and killing Kingsmen Motorcycle Club members Paul Maue and Daniel “DJ” Szymanski […]

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Dobyns Drama Continues

November 26, 2014

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Jay Dobyns may win the lottery yet. Dobyns, for those who have just recently arrived on the motorcycle outlaw frontier, is the ATF antihero who participated in an undercover investigation of the Sons of Silence Motorcycle Club which might have been the single most half-assed undercover investigation ever; opened a Guns R’ Us Franchise in […]

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Former Highwaymen Patch Holder Sentenced

November 25, 2014

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Emmert “Andy” Earls, a former member of the Cincinnati chapter of the Highwaymen Motorcycle Club, was sentenced to eight years in prison yesterday after pleading guilty to arson. Earls, above, admitted throwing a Molotov cocktail at the Iron Horsemen Motorcycle Club’s clubhouse in Covington, Kentucky on February 23, 2013. Earls is the brother of former […]

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Hells Angels Trial Starts Stops

November 24, 2014

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The long delayed trial of three Hells Angels named Timothy R. Bianchi, Nicholas F. Carrillo and Josh L. Johnson for misdemeanor charges of battery and fighting in public began last week. The fight happened at a tattoo convention at the Konocti Vista Resort and Casino in Lakeport, California in June 2011. Lakeport is about 120 […]

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Hanline Murder Conviction Reversed

November 20, 2014

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A California Superior Court Judge named Donald D. Coleman has overturned the 1978 murder conviction of Michael Ray Hanline after lawyers from the California Innocence Project and the Ventura County District Attorney agreed that documents that showed someone else might have committed the crime had been hidden from Hanline during his trial. Hanline (above) is […]

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Pagans Bad Month Continues

November 19, 2014

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The headline starved Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives celebrated another, successful, undercover, buy bust operation this morning with the announcement that nine alleged members of the Pagans Motorcycle Club were arrested in Florida last month. The Orlando Sentinel, citing a “a jointly released statement” issued by “officials,” reports the “joint operation” was five […]

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The Tipton White Wash And WJXT

November 19, 2014

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The white wash State Attorney Angela Corey poured over the murder of Black Piston Zachariah “Nas T” Tipton two weeks ago may be starting to peal. Derek Kinner of Folio Weekly in Jacksonville, one of two reporters who have actually bothered to cover the murder, ran another story questioning the veracity of public statements about […]

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Pagans Bad Month

November 18, 2014

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The Pagans are having a bad month. The former club president and a former chapter president were sentenced to prison last week and the prosecutor who put them there claims the club isn’t very dangerous anymore. A Pennsylvania judge named Debra Pezze sentenced former club president Dennis “Rooster” Katona to 40 to 80 months in […]

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Halgat Case Grinds On

November 17, 2014

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Seventeen months after the congratulatory press conference announcing the successful conclusion of Operation Pure Luck; five months after a defense attorney named Melanie A. Hill alleged the evidence in the resulting case was tainted by “outrageous government conduct:” and two weeks after an extraordinary, joint evidentiary hearing before two federal judges; the punishing government prosecution […]

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Look! Up In The Air!

November 14, 2014

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Depending on whether you think totalitarianism is mandated by the United States Constitution or not, the Obama Administration has achieved either a new high or a new low in warrantless domestic spying on law abiding citizens. Devlin Barrett of the Wall Street Journal reported this morning that the U.S. Marshals Service “operates a secret cellphone […]

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Kingsmen Arrest

November 14, 2014

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There has been an arrest in the murders of Kingsmen Motorcycle Club members Paul Maue and Daniel “DJ” Szymanski in the early morning hours of September 6 outside the Kingsmen’s North Tonawanda chapter clubhouse. Lou Michel of the Buffalo News is reporting that the suspect is a “Kingsmen Motorcycle Club member from Florida.” Citing police […]

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Martinez Case Continued Again

November 13, 2014

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Mongols patch holder David Martinez has still not entered a plea in his murder case and is still, technically, without legal representation. Martinez was in court this morning for a plea hearing. Superior Court Judge Renee F. Korn continued the hearing until December 3. Martinez is accused of murdering Pomona Swat Officer Shaun Diamond at […]

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Veterans Day

November 11, 2014

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In the United States, today is Veterans Day. The Brits still call it Armistice Day which was what America called the eleventh day of the eleventh month until 1954. And, last Friday marked the tenth anniversary of a landmark on the road from what this day once was to what it has become and what […]

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