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Hemet Terrorist Gets Life Four Times

December 6, 2011

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One of two men accused of perpetrating four nasty and dangerous pranks on the Hemet Police Department in 2010 was sentenced last Friday to four consecutive life sentences. Nicholas John Smit (above) was convicted of four counts of attempted murder of a peace officer, possession of a zip gun, attempting to start a fire during […]

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Hemet Apologizes to Vagos

September 5, 2011

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Last year, the City of Hemet, California decided to cast itself in the roll of the hamlet of Carbonville in a fifth rate remake of The Wild One. The blatantly obvious point of this dramatization was money. A series of nasty and dangerous pranks had annoyed the overbearing local cops for months. Hemet decided to […]

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Cyberbullying The Vagos

April 15, 2010

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Chairman Mao claimed war has three stages. “Operation Everywhere,” the war on the Vagos Motorcycle Club in Southern California, has now entered stage two – cyberbullying. The Vagos antagonists in this conflict are gubernatorial candidate Jerry Brown and incumbent Riverside County Prosecutor candidate Rod Pacheco. Cyberbullying is usually defined as harassment inflicted through digital communication. […]

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Hemet Held Hostage Day 85

March 25, 2010

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Hemet, California, home of the internationally famous Ramona festival; a city so important that it has not one but four sister cities; a city of light; a city of magic; a city most of the world still cannot find on a map with a magnifying glass; remains a city besieged by relentless, invisible vandals. “We […]

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The Hemet Hoax

March 21, 2010

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In 1954 a satirist named Leonard Wibberley wrote a six part serial for the Saturday Evening Post magazine called “The Day New York Was Invaded.” The next year the story was published by Little, Brown and Company with a title most people recognize, The Mouse That Roared. The comedy became a Peter Sellers movie four […]

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Four State Vagos Bust

March 18, 2010

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As of Thursday morning, police remain mostly tightlipped about “raids” on what seem to have been 94 locations in four states related to the Vagos Motorcycle Club. According to Riverside (California) County District Attorney Rod Pacheco the “raids” should collectively be called “Operation Everywhere.” According to Pacheco, Operation Everywhere comprised “sixty local and federal police […]

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