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Defund The Traffic Police

June 13, 2020

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Defund The Traffic Police

The culture war that’s boiled in America the last three weeks, on top of the simmering Covid plague, might be the end of the United States. It is almost certainly the end of the America that was. It might also mark the beginning of an American renaissance. Among the radical ideas that are certain to […]

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Vagos Win Feds Lose…Again

May 29, 2020

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Vagos Win Feds Lose...Again

Eleven years after a miscarriage of justice called “Operation Pure Luck” began, almost seven years after federal, state and local politicians announced his indictment for distribution of drugs, The Aging Rebel has learned that the Department of Justice has decided to end the prosecution of a Vago named Jeremy “Maniak” Halgat. “Operation Pure Luck” was […]

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Framing Seth Sutton

May 27, 2020

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Framing Seth Sutton

Scott Payne, the undercover Waco police officer who made the case against defense attorney Seth Sutton, was ordered to infiltrate the Red Mouse Cult Motorcycle Club, a club Sutton founded after representing a Bandido named Jeffrey Lee Battey. Battey was wrongfully accused of murder after he was attacked at the Twin Peaks restaurant in 2015. […]

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Waco Lawyer Accused In Sting

May 26, 2020

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Waco Lawyer Accused In Sting

Seth Sutton, who defended Bandido Jeffrey Lee Battey after the Twin Peaks Ambush in 2015, has been charged along with another Waco attorney with conspiracy to commit murder and spent the weekend in the McLennan County Jail on $1 million bond. Sutton ran as a Democrat in 2018 against previous District Attorney Abelino Reyna and […]

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Memorial Day 2020

May 22, 2020

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Memorial Day 2020

Monday is our national day of mourning. It is not a patriotic, political or recreational occasion. It is more important than that. It was invented as a commemoration rather than a celebration. It used to be called Decoration Day. It was a day when women from the North and the South decorated the graves of […]

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Galveston, Sturgis, Rolling Thunder

May 21, 2020

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Galveston, Sturgis, Rolling Thunder

The Lone Star Rally in Galveston isn’t scheduled until November but a local politician has already called for its cancellation. Earlier this week, a candidate for the Galveston City Council named Wayne D. Holt published a guest editorial in Texas’ oldest newspaper, The Daily News of Galveston County, slugged “Galveston leaders must cancel Lone Star […]

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Three Dead, Six Charged

May 20, 2020

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Three Dead, Six Charged

There is a sordid case in West Virginia and Maryland that is reminiscent of a Coen Brothers movie. The body of a slight, innocent appearing, 33-year-old family man from Tareytown, Maryland named Jonathon Travis Riddle (above) was found burning about 40 feet from a road in isolated Rippon, West Virginia about 7:30 a.m. on March […]

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Probable Cause On Forehead

May 19, 2020

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Probable Cause On Forehead

There was a hearing last week in the Court of Appeals for the Seventh Judicial District of Texas that might finally put a stop to the enforcement of a 2014 Texas law that prohibits members of motorcycle clubs from legally carrying firearms. If the four judges who heard the case are very bold, their decision […]

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Waco Day 1828

May 16, 2020

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Waco Day 1828

In the buildup to the big showdown, a DPS agent assigned to Waco named Christopher Frost wrote: Lorena Police Chief (Tom) Dickson “received a phone call from Lorena Police Officer Shawn Board who stated Officer Board received information that the normal Coalition of Clubs (COC) meeting that usually is held in Austin was suddenly changed […]

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Another Gypsy Joker Plea

May 14, 2020

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Another Gypsy Joker Plea

There has been another guilty plea in the Gypsy Joker federal racketeering case. Sixty-two -year old Joseph Duane Folkerts confessed that over the course of a decade, from 2008 through 2018, the Gypsy Joker Motorcycle Club was an “outlaw” club that had rules and whose members enforced those rules through intimidation, violence and murder. According […]

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The Bronx Murder Investigation

May 9, 2020

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The Bronx Murder Investigation

The murder of Pagan Motorcycle Club member Francisco Rosado last week in the Bronx remains a stone cold whodunit. Last Saturday, two men dressed in dark clothes carrying silencer-equipped pistols exited a blue Jeep Cherokee and advanced on Rosado in broad daylight as he was distracted in conversation by an unknown person. The assassination appears […]

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The Cossacks Civil War

May 7, 2020

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The Cossacks Civil War

The apparent murder of Brandon Edwards last Saturday as he rode his motorcycle near Tyler, Texas was the culmination of a long dispute within the two Cossacks Motorcycle Clubs in Texas. Call it the Authenticity Wars. There are multiple examples in the last few years of clubs dividing into factions and then woofing at each […]

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Cossack On Cossack

May 6, 2020

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Cossack On Cossack

Brandon Edwards, the 33-year-old Cossack Motorcycle Club member shot off his motorcycle last Saturday and killed near Tyler, Texas was murdered by other Cossacks as a result of a schism in the club. The Aging Rebel believes the two Cossacks factions are centered in Tyler where the Cossacks originated and Waco, where militant members of […]

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