Archive | April, 2018

The Outlaw And The Barmaid

April 10, 2018

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The Outlaw And The Barmaid

Since before Thanksgiving, the tragedy of a 24-year-old barmaid named Kaitlyn Kearns and a 32-year-old Outlaw named Jeremy Boshears has been presented in televised and print news accounts as a crime so simple it practically solves itself. America is a surveillance society. Everybody’s car is LoJacked. Kearns was serving drinks after hours at Woody’s Bar […]

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Manitoba Hells Angels Cyber Vandalism

April 10, 2018

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Manitoba Hells Angels Cyber Vandalism

The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation ran a story this morning that said “Manitoba Hells Angels” are targeting “businesses by posting one-star reviews.” The news report accused Dale Kelland, “president of the Manitoba Nomads” charter “of the outlaw motorcycle gang the Hells Angels” of ordering his minions to boycott the Marion Hotel in Winnipeg because it had […]

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Privacy Is Dead

April 9, 2018

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Privacy Is Dead

A two judge panel of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit ruled against three members of the American Outlaws Association in Florida last week, in a three-year-old dispute over whether their driver’s license photos could be legally used as anti-biker propaganda by police. Charles R. Wilson and Susan H. Black agreed […]

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Bandidos Case Creeks Along

April 6, 2018

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Bandidos Case Creeks Along

In case you are new, what you missed that you need to know here is that Abelino Reyna, the little, fat gangster who still serves as Waco District Attorney, and Thomas P. Brandt who is both Reyna’s personal lawyer and world famous for finding legal means to delay justice, and a Federal District Judge named […]

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Much Noise Little News

April 5, 2018

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Much Noise Little News

So far the murder case against seven people associated with the Cape May, New Jersey chapter of the Pagans Motorcycle Club has been mostly noise and not much news. It is beginning to look as if prosecutors think they can only win the case if they indoctrinate every potential juror in New Jersey first. In […]

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Iron Order Fixer Disqualified

April 4, 2018

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Iron Order Fixer Disqualified

This morning a Philadelphia judge named John Younge disqualified John C. “Shark” Whitfield (above) from representing the Iron Order Motorcycle Club in a legal dispute between the club and the estate of a woman killed by a club member in June 2015. The motion to disqualify Whitfield was entered by Slade McLaughlin, a founding partner […]

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Wait Until He Dies

April 3, 2018

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Wait Until He Dies

Senior Federal District Judge Sam Sparks told the 136 plaintiffs who are suing various government defendants, and in four cases the Waco Twin Peaks restaurant, to patiently wait for justice while federal prosecutors in San Antonio try to stitch together a case against former Bandidos Motorcycle Club president Jeffrey Pike and former club vice-president John […]

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The Iron Order Trial

April 3, 2018

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The Iron Order Trial

The Iron Order Motorcycle Club’s days seem numbered. What will probably kill this strange, recent parody of motorcycle clubs will be a civil suit titled Brenda L. Bollinger, Administratrix of the Estate of Tonya M. Focht v. Iron Order Motorcycle Club a/k/a Iron Order Motorcycle Club, LLC, et al. The suit is scheduled to go […]

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Turbans Replace Special Plastic Hats

April 2, 2018

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Turbans Replace Special Plastic Hats

Alberta has become the third Canadian province to allow adult motorcycle riders and passengers to wear turbans instead of helmets. The helmet law exemption is an accommodation to adherents of the Sikh religion. Male Sikhs are required to wear a kind of turban called a dastaar and carry a kind of dagger called a kirpan. […]

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