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Outlaws Indicia Hearing

February 18, 2015

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The American Outlaws Association is contesting the forfeiture of three club owned, cutoff vests as part of an assault case in McHenry County, Illinois. McHenry County is northwest of Chicago and east of Rockford. The cuts were seized during early morning raids on January 31, 2013 along with five handguns, five rifles, ammunition, brass knuckles, […]

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Angels Indicia Banned In Berlin

June 1, 2014

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As of last Wednesday, May 28, it is a crime to wear or display the name “Hells Angels” or the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club’s death head logo in Berlin, Germany. The ban applies to vests, tee shirts, support tee shirts, motorcycles, buildings and other horizontal and vertical surfaces. Members and supporters of the motorcycle club […]

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Mongols Patch Lawsuit

July 1, 2013

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The Mongols Motorcycle Club is suing United States Attorney General Eric H. Holder. The government agency Holder administers is ironically called the Department of Justice. And through its support, or puppet, agency called the office of the United States Attorney for the Central District of California, the “Justice Department” has been trying to seize the […]

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The RICO Defense Laboratory

March 24, 2010

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The Pagans Motorcycle Club case in Charleston, West Virginia has become a laboratory of ways to defend motorcycle clubs against racketeering prosecutions. A small, hard core of defense lawyers in the case have been fighting the fundamental assumption that underlies these cases: Which is, briefly stated, that police bureaucracies want motorcycle clubs portrayed as criminal […]

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Bad Prosecutor No Donut

March 16, 2010

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The government case against the Pagans Motorcycle Club is sinking faster than the Titanic. Prosecutors know it and the defense attorneys who told their clients to make plea deals for crimes they did not commit know it. The prosecutors are already trying to spin this travesty. Any minute now the United States Attorney will issue […]

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Crime And Punishment

March 11, 2010

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A hard core of defense attorneys in the Pagans Motorcycle Club case in Charleston, West Virginia continues to attack the assumptions that support almost every motorcycle club RICO case. Maybe somebody at the ATF should call Assistant US Attorney Steven Ian Loew and tell him to just give up now before his stupid, inept, harebrained […]

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Suppressing Indicia Warrants

March 7, 2010

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The Department of Justice obviously knocked over a hornet’s nest when it decided to indict 55 members and associates of the Pagans Motorcycle Club in Charleston, West Virginia. Maybe Charleston should be famous for its defense lawyers. Last Thursday an attorney named Tim Carrico acting on behalf of a client named Eric W. Wolfe attacked […]

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Indicia Warrant From Hell

February 2, 2010

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Kevin O’Neill, a member of the American Outlaws Association currently confined to a cage, recently posted a nice piece on Indicia Search Warrants. If you have not yet read it yet you can find O’Neill’s essay at fedsgonebad.blogspot.com. Indicia (pronounced in-DISH-hee-uh) is a legal term that means “signs” or “indications” and it is the pretext […]

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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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People’s Democratic Tyranny Of Kingman

November 5, 2009

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An outlaw club started a particularly blunt and rude takeover of Kingman, Arizona about three months ago. Kingman, has been claimed by a club named G.II.T.E.M., which is a collection of letters that does not really even make sense as a word. The mental midget who coined the term G.II.T.E.M. may also be responsible for […]

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Squeaky Wheel Gets Greased

October 20, 2009

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A friend of this page, who often comments as “Not Surprised” has “undertaken a letter writing campaign regarding the events surrounding the death of James Hicks.” I thought you should know this. And, I also thought you should have the email addresses if you would also like to raise your voice on this subject. The […]

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Why James Hicks Died

October 14, 2009

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The search warrant that got Pagans Motorcycle Club patch holder James Marcus “Jimbo” Hicks, Jr. (above) killed last week is still an official state secret. So is the affidavit which asked a judge to authorize the search. So is the name of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) agent who wrote that […]

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James Hicks’ Murder

October 7, 2009

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Whatever pathetic racketeering case United States Attorney Charles T. Miller dreamed of bringing against 54 members and associates of the Pagans Motorcycle Club, it has now been overshadowed by the murder of James M. Hicks. Hicks (pictured above) was not named in the indictment but police killed him anyway during a commando style invasion of […]

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