Archive | May, 2018

Collins Versus Virginia

May 30, 2018

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Collins Versus Virginia

Yesterday’s Supreme Court decision in a case titled Collins v. Virginia is already being misconstrued as a victory for motorcycle rights. It was not. The American Motorcyclist Association, which filed an amicus brief in the case, probably didn’t clear the confusion when it headlined its press release about the decision “Supreme Court sides with motorcyclists’ […]

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Thirty Something Rolling Thunder

May 29, 2018

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Thirty Something Rolling Thunder

It is getting hard to see the point of Rolling Thunder, through the fog of self-congratulatory patriotism. It has always seemed like a Vietnam thing to me. It might very well outlive Artie Muller, the Fourth Infantry Division veteran who has made Rolling Thunder his life’s work but it is hard to anticipate what it […]

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The 69’ers Indictment

May 26, 2018

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The 69’ers Indictment

Yesterday morning, at the start of the long, Memorial Day weekend, the United States Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Florida in Tampa unsealed an indictment of five members of the 69’ers Motorcycle Club. The 14-page indictment identifies the accused as Christopher Brian “Durty” Cosimano; Michael Dominick “Pumpkin” Mencher; Allan Burt “Big Beefy” Guinto; […]

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Memorial Day 2018

May 25, 2018

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Memorial Day 2018

Memorial Day remains a black moment of grief just before the bright celebration of summer. Memorial Day should remind every American that we are a free and happy people because some free and happy boys set down their bats, balls and gloves to die for all the rest of us – in the Civil War, […]

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Operation Patched Out

May 24, 2018

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Operation Patched Out

As of one p.m. Eastern Daylight Savings Time today, according to multiple official and published reports, fifty-two alleged members or associates of the Pagans and Kryptmen Motorcycle Clubs had been arrested on state drug, weapons and assault charges in a massive roundup of Rhode Island and Massachusetts bikers dubbed “Operation Patched Out.” The Aging Rebel […]

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A Judge Not In Waco

May 23, 2018

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A Judge Not In Waco

The mass arrests of witnesses to the Twin Peaks Mass Murder in Waco three years ago was such an Assault on the ideal of justice that it is difficult to list all the villains. That has to be the reason the two judges who have “adjudicated” all the cases, 19th State District Judge Ralph Strother […]

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Shipping Meth By Rail

May 22, 2018

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Shipping Meth By Rail

Larry Wayne Price Jr., the cartoon character currently enjoying his 15 minutes of infamy, may have finally found the limits of what the people will believe about motorcycle outlaws – if you give them a month to think about it. In case you just got back from Mars, here’s what you missed. Price, who is […]

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New Mongols Indictment

May 21, 2018

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New Mongols Indictment

The Department of Justice filed a superseding indictment today in the Mongol Nation motorcycle club case. The case is a brazen attempt to destroy the motorcycle club by any means necessary. The 36-page indictment was returned on May 1 and officially filed last Thursday but not entered into the court’s official public record until this […]

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Bandidos, Bandidos Everywhere

May 21, 2018

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Bandidos, Bandidos Everywhere

A controversy over “honoring” the Bandidos Motorcycle Club erupted last week in the small Fort Worth suburb of White Settlement. For years, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has proclaimed May, which in northern states is the first full month of the motorcycle riding season, to be National Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. It is a […]

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Pulp Fiction Trial Ends

May 18, 2018

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Pulp Fiction Trial Ends

The trial of former Kingsmen Motorcycle Club president David Pirk, regional president Timothy Enix, and previously convicted murderer Andre Jenkins ended about one this afternoon after a trial that lasted 12 weeks and three days and included testimony from 60 witnesses. All three men were convicted in federal court of criminal conspiracy; possession of firearms […]

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Clint Broden Press Release

May 17, 2018

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Clint Broden Press Release

In anticipation of the this anniversary of the Twin Peaks tragedy, the Dallas law firm of Broden & Mickelsen releases the following statement. Broden & Mickelsen has played an active role in these cases for the past three years. Thursday, May 17, 2015, marks the third anniversary of the Twin Peaks tragedy and the frontal […]

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Brent Coon Press Release

May 17, 2018

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Brent Coon Press Release

Today marks the 3 year anniversary of the Twin Peaks Waco biker shootings and mass arrests. It is indeed a dubious anniversary, as it stands for law enforcement abuses measurable at just about every level imaginable. Self-dealing. Grandstanding. Criminal conduct. Perjury. Bribery. Corruption. Intimidation. Abuse of power. Violations of Constitutional Rights. Railroading of Innocents. And […]

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Pike And Portillo Guilty

May 17, 2018

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Pike And Portillo Guilty

The jury didn’t believe Sonny Barger. The jury believed television and a parade of snitches instead. About 10:45 this morning San Antonio time, after deliberating on three months worth of evidence for two days, on the third anniversary of the Twin Peaks Mass Murder, a jury of eight men and four women found former Bandidos […]

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