June 10, 2017

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Baker Found Guilty

Baker Found Guilty

This story was published on June 10 and corrected on June 12, 2017 as follows: The original story identified Karl Twilleager, who allegedly conspired to bomb a bar frequented by Bandidos in Spanaway, Washington as a member of the same Ghost Riders Motorcycle Club to which Geoffrey Brady belonged. In fact Twilleager belonged to a […]

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June 8, 2017

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First Gator’s Jam Inn Trial

First Gator's Jam Inn Trial

Bandidos Motorcycle Club member Howard Wayne Baker is now being tried in Fort Worth, Texas for the murder of Ghost Rider Motorcycle Club member Geoffrey Brady. Brady died about five months before the Twin Peaks bloodbath in May 2015. The trial has connections to both the federal racketeering case titled USA v. Portillo, et al. […]

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June 7, 2017

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Bike Week Scam

Bike Week Scam

Nashville Bike Week promoter Michael Lewis “Mike” Leffingwell, who also answers to Mike Axle and Christopher Ashley, photo above, remains incarcerated in the Warren County Regional Jail in Bowling Green, Kentucky today after his arrest Monday. Leffingwell is a convicted conman who had outstanding warrants for his arrest in Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia and Missouri. He […]

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June 6, 2017

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Mongols Learned Inquisition

Mongols Learned Inquisition

The oral arguments this morning in the Mongols Nation case, made before a three judge panel of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in Pasadena, were as arcane and nonsensical as an argument between John Duns and Thomas Aquinas over the limits by which reality may be understood through philological inference: […]

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June 5, 2017

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The Waco Shuffle

The Waco Shuffle

A couple of bush league judges in the Waco Twin Peaks case keep shuffling trial dates like a deck of marked cards. The judges. Ralph Strother and Matt Johnson, and the district attorney in the case Abelino Reyna, and Reyna’s assistant imps and goblins and the local police and the city newspaper and the local […]

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June 5, 2017

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No Charges In NM Homicide

No Charges In NM Homicide

The New Mexico Motorcyclist Rights Organization and the family of 58-year-old Earl “Payaso” Roybal reacted furiously late Friday when the Bernalillo County District Attorney’s Office refused to prosecute a man named James Morales. Morales shot and killed Roybal at the Hose It Car Wash in Albuquerque on March 26. Roybal was a veteran of both […]

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June 1, 2017

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Mongols Case Forever And Ever

Mongols Case Forever And Ever

The ironic war the United States of America has waged against the Mongols Motorcycle Club is now in its 20th year. It began as an offshoot of investigations in Los Angeles by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives into the Vagos, Sundowners and Hells Angels Motorcycle Clubs. Like the Hundred Years War in […]

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May 31, 2017

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65 Years

65 Years

Andrew Cassaday, a member of a Fort Wayne, Indiana motorcycle club called the Steel Horse Riders, was sentenced last Friday by Allen County Superior Court Judge John Surbeck to serve 65 years in prison for the murder last August 14 of his boyhood friend and former club brother Jeffrey Lute in the parking lot of […]

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May 31, 2017

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Gypsy Jokers Disaster

Gypsy Jokers Disaster

A 50-year-old woman named Lisa Ann Niehaus who drove head on into a pack of  “more than 40 motorcyclists” last Saturday night was arraigned yesterday on 16 felony and misdemeanor counts including multiple counts of criminally negligent homicide, third degree assault, unlawfully and recklessly causing serious physical injury and  reckless endangerment and a single count […]

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May 30, 2017

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Rolling Thunder 2017

Rolling Thunder 2017

I was talking to someone about “the war,” not long ago. I call it “the war” because I’ve only ever been in the one. And that someone advised me, “That was a long time ago. It’s time you got over that.” They were wise words, although a little easier said than done. But I, personally, […]

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May 26, 2017

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Memorial Day 2017

Memorial Day 2017

Decoration Day, which we now call Memorial Day, began spontaneously in the spring of 1864 as our national day of suffering. It was the inevitable result of the American Civil War in which at least 620,000 men died. Their survivors suffered from those deaths. About 576,000 men were wounded. Surgery was primitive. There were no […]

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May 25, 2017

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Lurid Florida Murder Gets Silly

Lurid Florida Murder Gets Silly

Yesterday, police in Leesburg, Florida released lurid details of the last minutes of David “Gutter” Donovan. And within minutes, as if the mess in Florida was not already bad enough, a vague organization called the National Council of Clubs issued a bombastic and fatuous press release that tried to portray Donovan’s murder as a “bikers […]

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May 24, 2017

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Chicago Cop Club Coverup

Chicago Cop Club Coverup

Two members of the Twisted Image Motorcycle Club and a member of the Knight Keepers MC were attacked by members of the American Knights Motorcycle Club as they tried to enter a Chicago bar called Zachary’s For Cocktails about 4 a.m. Sunday. And, the official coverup started immediately. The American Knights has chapters in Chicago […]

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