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Mongols Win Case Again

September 27, 2010

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The Mongols Motorcycle Club has won the Mongols Motorcycle Club case again. In a ruling issued September 21st and filed September 24th, Federal District Judge Otis D. Wright has ruled that the United States cannot seize the name and patch of the club. Judge Wright ruled that his previously issued “preliminary order of forfeiture is […]

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Feds Want Pagans Patch

December 19, 2009

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Two more plea deals in the federal case against the Pagans Motorcycle Club were filed yesterday. One of the plea deals was signed by former Pagans National Vice President Floyd B. “Jesse” Moore. And, that was the least of the news about this case dumped into the public record on the Friday afternoon before Christmas. […]

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Premature Adjudication

September 17, 2009

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So now, the year long minstrel show in the Roybal Federal Courthouse has degenerated into this: Acting United States Attorney George S. Cardona, after getting an extra two weeks to come up with something, anything, to save face, is now complaining that the judge in the Mongols case “prematurely adjudicated” all over the government’s beautiful […]

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Burgess’ Appeal Denied

August 17, 2009

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The Federal Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver has denied Dave Burgess’ appeal of his July, 2008 conviction for interstate transportation of child pornography. Burgess was sentenced to 15 years in prison, ten years of supervision upon release, lifetime registration as a sex offender and a fine of $20,000 by a Federal District Judge […]

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