Tag Archives: electronic surveillance

Stingrays

March 27, 2014

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Assume your cell phone is tapped. There is growing concern over the use of devices called “Stingrays” by local, state and federal police departments to illegally wiretap all the cell phone calls at biker gatherings. Stingrays are bogus cell phone towers. They are about as large as a small suitcase and they are typically deployed […]

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New Battle Over Mongols Marks

July 11, 2010

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The government war to “get” the Mongols Motorcycle Club continues to plumb the dark well into which Thomas Jefferson’s grand idea has fallen. Much of the evidence in the case is simply fabricated. From the very beginning the architects of this monstrosity, particularly ATF Special Agent John Ciccone and Assistant United States Attorney Christopher Brunwin, […]

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Mongols Trial Delayed Again

November 11, 2009

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The trial of the remaining defendants in the Mongols Motorcycle Club case is about to be delayed again for the third time. The trial was originally scheduled for December 16th, 2008; was continued until July 21st, 2009; then postponed until November 24th 2009; and will now probably be postponed again until April 13th, 2010. Seventy-nine […]

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Updating The Mongols Case

March 2, 2009

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The government’s case against the Mongols Motorcycle Club has reached the point where these things usually start to fall apart. Four and a half months after an 86 count, 177 page indictment was unsealed the government is still withholding evidence from the defense. So far the government has allowed defense attorneys to see “4000 pages […]

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