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More Mongols Sentenced

March 1, 2010

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Judge Otis D Wright sentenced six more defendants in the Mongols case, United States versus Cavazos et al., last week. All the defendants pled guilty to Count One of the indictment which initiated the case. Count One accused the defendants of: “being persons employed by and associated with the Mongols criminal enterprise, which enterprise engaged […]

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The Bloody Williamson Biker Menace

December 18, 2009

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A small town bully named Dennis Presley called a press conference Wednesday in Marion, Illinois to give the people fair warning that only he is ready to confront the outlaw biker invasion that is about to overrun Williamson County. Williamson is a rural county in Southern Illinois and like most counties near the Mason-Dixon line […]

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Much Mongols Ado

September 29, 2009

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Don’t call it the Mongols case. It isn’t about the Mongols. It is about cops and lawyers and judges getting paid. For those just now returning from a long trip to the planet Mars, almost a year ago, on October 21st, 2008, United States Attorney Thomas P. O’Brien announced via press release that, “Sixty-one members […]

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Two More Pleas In Mongols Case

June 10, 2009

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Two more former members of the Mongols Motorcycle Club have agreed to Plea and Sentencing Agreements with the Department of Justice. The men are Shawn “Monster” Buss and Ramon “Speedy” Contreras. Buss Buss, a former Mongols chapter President has pled guilty to one count of racketeering. Buss has stated to the court that he “carried […]

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Four More Mongols Named

June 8, 2009

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The names of four defendants cooperating with the government’s racketeering charge against the Mongols Motorcycle Club became public knowledge over the weekend. The plea and sentencing agreements between the Department of Justice and the four former members of the club are still officially secret. A week ago, the Associated Press sued to have the plea […]

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