Tag Archives: John Carr

The Vagos Are The Show

February 26, 2015

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George Rowe, who along with Ashley Charles “Tijuana Charles” Wyatt, informed on the Vagos Motorcycle Club during an ATF investigation that would later be named Operation 22 Green, is about to become very famous. Hyperion Media Group and Identity Films are in preproduction for a film based on Rowe’s quasi-novel Gods of Mischief: My Undercover […]

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Sky Is Falling On ATF

July 17, 2014

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Operation Pure Luck, announced on June 27, 2013, was never anything other than a public relations opportunity for a handful of unscrupulous bureaucrats to brag about how they had taken on the outlaw biker menace in Las Vegas and triumphed. The chicken hawks at the news conference were United States Attorney for the District of […]

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Tracking Kaos: A Sidebar To Curbing John Carr

June 6, 2014

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Paid confidential informants are indispensible to the entrapments this page recently discussed in an article titled “Curbing John Carr.” On at least some occasions, if not as a matter of routine, these informants break state and federal laws with impunity. At least sometimes, if not always, they represent a much greater threat to law and […]

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Curbing John Carr

June 3, 2014

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For at least 16 years an apparently psychopathic federal agent named John Carr has been framing innocent men. In his memoir Under and Alone: The True Story of the Undercover Agent Who Infiltrated America’s Most Violent Outlaw Motorcycle Gang, former ATF agent William Queen describes Carr as one of the ATF original gangsters who was […]

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A Criminal Enterprise

October 8, 2011

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Operation Black Rain, the three year long, $150 million investigation of the Mongols and other motorcycle clubs, was a crime wave punctuated by at least three deaths, at least two six-figure “drug deals,” countless smaller drug deals, numerous assaults, hate crimes, multiple firearms violations, payoffs, perjury, embezzlement, obstruction of justice, theft and even wildlife poaching. […]

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