Tag Archives: ATF

Martinez Case Continued Again

November 13, 2014

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Mongols patch holder David Martinez has still not entered a plea in his murder case and is still, technically, without legal representation. Martinez was in court this morning for a plea hearing. Superior Court Judge Renee F. Korn continued the hearing until December 3. Martinez is accused of murdering Pomona Swat Officer Shaun Diamond at […]

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Framing David Martinez

November 3, 2014

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The Aging Rebel has been told significant details about the incident in which Pomona Swat Officer Shaun Diamond died and about the conditions under which his accused killer, a Mongol Motorcycle Club member named David Martinez, is now being held. This page believes it is likely that members of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department […]

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Stating The Obvious

October 31, 2014

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David Martinez made his initial appearance in court yesterday. Martinez, a member of the Mongols Motorcycle Club, is charged with the murder of a Pomona, California Swat officer. That charge is enhanced with the accusations that he murdered a police officer engaged in his official duty and that he is a member of a criminal […]

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Yager’s Long Run Over

October 16, 2014

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Randy Michael “Mad” Yager, a federal fugitive who at one time was the regional boss of the American Outlaws Association in Wisconsin, Illinois and Indiana, was captured last night in Rosarito, Mexico about 20 miles south of the United States border by Baja State Police. He was taken into custody by United States Marshalls at […]

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Kingsmen Murder Gun Found

October 9, 2014

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The Buffalo News reported last night that the semiautomatic pistol used to kill Paul Maue and Daniel “DJ” Szymanski in the early morning hours of September 6 was recovered last month. The weapon was found near Route 219 south of Buffalo. The gun was found during a search that began on September 19 and ended […]

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Cops Stumped

October 8, 2014

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Print and electronic media throughout New York state have been pounding the drums the last two days about a month-old double murder in suburban Buffalo. And, considering the officials who are publically identified with the case it is not hard to connect the dots. About three in the morning on September 6, two members of […]

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Overblown Bust In Plaquemines Parish

October 3, 2014

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A strange case is unfolding in Belle Chasse, Louisiana, a little southeast of New Orleans, that reads like the plot of a Coen brothers film and has attracted much more attention than it would have if the headlines didn’t say Bandidos Motorcycle Club. The connection to the Bandidos is minimal. Two and possibly three of […]

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Jeremy Halgat Case Continues

October 2, 2014

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Using trickery and deceit, the Department of Justice continues to torment a Vago named Jeremy “Maniac” Halgat with a spurious prosecution. Halgat was targeted for prosecution during a much ballyhooed law enforcement stunt called Operation Pure Luck in Las Vegas. The government declared victory on June 27, 2013 and if Halgat or his lawyer had […]

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Dobyns Wins $173,000

September 16, 2014

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Jay Dobyns lawsuit against his former employer, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is finally resolved. The bad news is that Jay Dobyns is now officially a hero. A Federal District Judge named Francis M. Allegra seems to think so. The good news is that Dobyns isn’t much richer than he was before […]

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He’s Baa-ack

August 11, 2014

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Jay Dobyns is back and he is still flogging the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives with the accusations that Hells Angels or their surrogates burned his home and that he was betrayed by his employers. Yesterday, on the sixth anniversary of the arson, Dobyns published “An Open Letter to the United States Congress.” […]

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Set Your DVRs

July 25, 2014

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Fair warning. Rebel is going to be on television again. The show is called Greatest Mysteries: Sturgis. It will air August 8 at 8 p.m. Pacific on the Travel Channel. And, just like you, I am clueless about what I will say. I filmed my segment at Kiwi Indian in Riverside, California last October. At […]

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Izod, The Wrath Of God

July 22, 2014

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In 1972, the German director Werner Herzog released a film called Aguirre, the Wrath of God. The film starred the young and edgy Klaus Kinski as the Spanish conquistador Lope de Aguirre who, in the film at least, floated his soldiers down the Orinoco and Amazon Rivers with the promise they would find El Dorado. […]

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Belt Drive Betty And The Iron Order

July 19, 2014

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Members and supporters of the Iron Order Motorcycle Club have been flaming this site for the last two weeks. It isn’t the first time this has happened. The Aging Rebel’s coverage of the murders of John Lindeman and Brad Lutzow in Phoenix in February 2009 infuriated members of the Sober Riders Motorcycle Club as well. […]

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