Archive | December, 2015

Ian Fraser “Lemmy” Kilmister

December 30, 2015

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Ian Fraser “Lemmy” Kilmister

Ian Fraser “Lemmy” Kilmister, the founder, lead singer, bass player and principal songwriter of the band Motörhead and a friend to many bikers in several clubs on several continents, died Monday in Los Angeles. For more than a decade, Kilmister and Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones epitomized British hard rockers who lived by poet […]

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A Police State Christmas List

December 21, 2015

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A Police State Christmas List

A web publication called The Intercept has published a catalog of 53 cellphone surveillance devices in current use by intelligence agencies, the armed forces and American police forces. The catalog includes well known devices like the “Stingray” and the DRT (pronounced  dirt) box as well as more exotic devices. For example the Harris Corporation Wireless […]

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Iron Coffin Denied Bail Again

December 21, 2015

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Iron Coffin Denied Bail Again

Iron Coffins Motorcycle Club member Matthew Starkweather will be stuck in jail this Christmas. Starkweather is accused, for the second time, of the homicide of former Battle Creek, Michigan chapter president Lee J. “Leeroy” Taylor on New Year’s Day 2012. Starkweather and two witnesses have all stated that Starkweather acted in self defense after Taylor […]

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Satire Proof Waco Day 216

December 18, 2015

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Satire Proof Waco Day 216

Five weeks after the fact, Tommy Witherspoon of the Waco Tribune-Herald and Dane Schiller of the Houston Chronicle reported, about the Twin Peaks Massacre case as the Waco paper put it, “indictments in the cases attribute a tenth death to the melee…. It wasn’t until recently, when the indicted bikers appeared in court for arraignments […]

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What Could Go Wrong

December 17, 2015

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What Could Go Wrong

Yesterday, California’s Department of Motor Vehicles “released draft autonomous vehicle deployment regulations” for so called “autonomous” cars.  The DMV called the proposed rules “the next step toward allowing the public to operate self-driving cars on California roadways in the future.” The proposed regulations begin by banning the sale and commercial use of driverless cars. Information […]

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Bandido Acquitted

December 17, 2015

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Bandido Acquitted

It took a three-man, nine-woman jury about 90 minutes to find Abilene Bandido Curtis Jack Lewis not guilty Wednesday of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Lewis and another Bandido named Wesley Dale Mason had been collectively accused of four counts of aggravated assault for allegedly stabbing two members of the Cossacks Motorcycle Club in […]

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Possible Waco Prosecution Defeat

December 16, 2015

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Possible Waco Prosecution Defeat

The prosecution in the case of the Waco Twin Peaks Massacre may have suffered a little defeat yesterday in Abilene, 185 miles from the scene of last Spring’s crimes. The possible defeat occurred during the trial of Bandido Motorcycle Club member Curtis Jack Lewis. At the least, McLennan County Criminal District Attorney Abelino “Abel” Reyna […]

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Bandido On Trial

December 15, 2015

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Bandido On Trial

Two McLennan County, Texas Assistant District Attorneys are in Abilene for the trial of Bandido Curtis Jackson Lewis.  Lewis is charged with aggravated assault. He is accused of stabbing Cossacks Motorcycle Club member Timothy Shane Satterwhite in the back during a brawl between members of the two clubs in the parking lot of the Logan’s […]

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Another Waco Coverup Leak

December 11, 2015

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Another Waco Coverup Leak

The Associated Press has obtained and reported previously suppressed evidence in the Twin Peaks Massacre including the footage from the Texas Department of Public Safety’s clandestine pole camera, the dash cam footage from Waco Police Officer Michael Bucher’s car and ballistics reports prepared by the Southwestern Institute of Forensic Sciences. The ballistics reports indicate that […]

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George Christie’s Been Naughty Again

December 10, 2015

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George Christie's Been Naughty Again

On a slow news day in a slow news month it is hard not to stare at the train wreck George Christie’s life has become since he was kicked out of the Hells Angels. Christie has become a sort of vampire Angel since he was expelled from the club in 2011. His public persona and […]

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Looney Villifies The Bandits

December 9, 2015

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Looney Villifies The Bandits

Cody Ledbetter’s lawyer, Paul Looney of Houston, will reportedly file a “Motion To Quash And Exception To Substance Of Indictment” on his client’s behalf. Ledbetter, a member of the Cossack’s Motorcycle Club, was wounded during a very bloody brawl at a Texas Coalition of Clubs and Independents meeting at the Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco, […]

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Two Waco Defendants Arraigned

December 8, 2015

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Two Waco Defendants Arraigned

Two of the Waco defendants were arraigned before district court judge Ralph Strother yesterday. Six additional defendants waived arraignment before the kangaroo court. The two arraigned men were Cody Keith “Criddick” Ledbetter and Clifford Lee Pearce. Both their lives have already been turned tragic by the massacre at the Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco last […]

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Fatal Shooting In Neenah

December 7, 2015

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Fatal Shooting In Neenah

Michael L. “ML” Funk, one of four people suing the city of Neenah,Wiscnsin; the Neenah Police Department; Neenah Police Chief Kevin E. Wilkinson and a local judge named Scott C. Woldt was shot and killed by Neenah police Saturday morning. The shooting occurred during a Swat standoff at a motorcycle shop named Eagle Nation Cycles […]

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