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Mooch’s Tale

March 28, 2017

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Mooch's Tale

Most readers here know who Justin James “Mooch” DeLoretto is – although you may not know his name. His image has become a cliché that obscures the man. If you Google “Mongols Motorcycle Club” you will almost immediately see a photo – probably taken by Bruce Ely of the Oregonian – of the back of […]

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Waco Day 678

March 27, 2017

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Waco Day 678

Friday was a typical day in the Waco Twin Peaks Organized Criminal Activity fiasco. Some stuff got postponed. A self-righteously angry and apparently corrupt judge accused a defendant of not playing fair. A hundred eighty local citizens had their days wasted. Some defense attorneys expressed their concern that the apparently corrupt judge, “participated in ex […]

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Fake News

March 23, 2017

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Fake News

Skip Hollandsworth, the executive editor of Texas Monthly, published a sloppy, inaccurate and fatuous 2.500 word account of the Twin Peaks biker case in his magazine today. Hollandsworth is a big deal in Texas. At 59, his resume includes jobs as a reporter, columnist, author, producer and screenwriter. His mantelpiece is crowded with awards and […]

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New Roc RICO

March 17, 2017

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New Roc RICO

On his way out the door yesterday, recently fired United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York Preet Bharara unsealed a turgid and bloated, 21 page racketeering indictment of six alleged members of the New Roc City charter of  the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club. And, a press release. Every RICO indictment must be […]

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Hunt For Real Killers Continues

March 15, 2017

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Hunt For Real Killers Continues

Dallas attorney Don Tittle filed another 11 civil rights lawsuits against the city of Waco, McLennan County and the rest of the evildoers yesterday. Those evildoers, in case you have just returned from the secret prison colony on the far side of the Moon, are former Waco Police Chief Brent Stroman, a lying Waco cop […]

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First Waco Trial Set

March 10, 2017

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First Waco Trial Set

The first of the 154 Waco Twin Peaks defendants indicted for engaging in organized criminal activity at the restaurant on May 17, 2015 will be Christopher Jacob Carrizal. He is a member of the Bandidos Motorcycle Club. His trial is scheduled to begin on May 22. He will be prosecuted by Assistant McLennan County District […]

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Waco Gets A Bill

March 8, 2017

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Waco Gets A Bill

Remember that blatant miscarriage of justice in Waco, Texas that started with “the biggest biker brawl in history?” You can be forgiven if you have forgotten about it because McLennan County prosecutor Abelino Reyna has done everything he can to cover up what actually happened and to keep the brawl’s victims in legal limbo. Remember […]

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Waco Day 660

March 6, 2017

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Waco Day 660

Hold onto your hats. There’s no way anybody could have seen this coming. The first trial in the Twin Peaks bloodbath case has been delayed indefinitely. In November, Judge Matt Johnson said a member of the Valerosos Motorcycle Club named James Rosas would stand trial beginning January 23 for engaging in organized criminal activity. Rosas […]

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More Bandidos Accusations

March 3, 2017

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More Bandidos Accusations

Former Bandidos Motorcycle Club President Jeffrey Pike got some bad news yesterday. First he found out, 14 months into the case, that he will have to find another lawyer. Since his indictment for racketeering was unsealed in January 2016, Pike has had the counsel of Kent Schaffer and James Kennedy. Schaffer is widely regarded as […]

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Waco Uber Alles

March 2, 2017

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Waco Uber Alles

There was another court hearing yesterday about how and why 177 mostly innocent people were arrested after a deadly brawl at the Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco, Texas on May 17, 2015. Coincidentally, the hearing happened about the same time that the Texas Department of Public Safety announced “The Texas Rangers are working with the […]

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Waco Day 647

February 21, 2017

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Waco Day 647

The intended entrapment operation at the Waco Twin Peaks on May 17, 2015 and the bloodbath and the coverup that followed continue to reverberate like a drum in a canyon on a moonless night in hell. An impeccably moral and devout young man named Patrick-Jim Harris was detained, questioned and expelled from Mexico over the […]

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Hack Politician Loves Bikers

February 17, 2017

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Hack Politician Loves Bikers

Connecticut state representative Antonio Guerrera (looking down above), a Democrat from Rocky Hill, is filled with love. He loves motorcyclists so much he wants to protect them from themselves. And he loves taxpayers so much he wants to protect them from the choices bikers make. And, he is wise. He is very much wiser than […]

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Waco Day 639

February 13, 2017

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Waco Day 639

The various criminal and civil cases associated with the Waco Twin Peaks bloodbath 639 days ago remain fossilized and nobody – certainly not the American Civil Liberties Union of Texas – gives a damn. It has been a year, eight months and 28 days since the illegal, mass arrests. The ACLU’s stated mission is “to […]

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