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Dear Jarhead

February 25, 2010

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Jarhead writes about the Mongols case to say: “If you cop a plea, it is because you know you ARE guilty and going to trial is going to be a losing situation that will add years to your sentence. If you were innocent you would take it to trial and have the truth speak for […]

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Mongols Patch Fight Continues

November 13, 2009

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Obviously, the government wants a rematch in the fight for the Mongols trademarks. Preferably, sometime after Judge Florence-Marie Cooper retires next spring. Last Monday federal prosecutors filed a motion in the Ramon Rivera v. Ronnie Carter etc. et al. civil case asking Judge Cooper to dismiss the Rivera suit. The motion asks for a hearing […]

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Another Mongols Plea

July 8, 2009

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Former Chino Chapter President Roger “Stamper” Martinez became the eleventh member of the Mongols Motorcycle Club to enter an unsealed guilty plea last Friday. So far, 27 of 78 defendants, about 35 percent, have made plea deals with the Federal prosecutors. None of the defendants who have entered unsealed pleas are cooperating with the prosecution […]

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