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Pagans Busted Again

September 16, 2010

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Seventeen members of the Pagans Motorcycle Club were arrested in a series of raids yesterday in New York and New Jersey. The raids culminate “a 21-month undercover investigation led by ATF Special Agents who gained access to the internal operations of the” motorcycle club and grand jury indictments in two separate, federal jurisdictions. A 31 […]

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SAMCRO And History

September 7, 2010

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The third season of the FX Network’s most successful show just debuted. It is called Sons of Anarchy and last year’s conclusion featured 4.3 million viewers rooting for an outlaw motorcycle club. Maybe that is the best thing about this show. Maybe there is more. I am still sort of glancing at the television out […]

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Tweeting The Incarceration Experience

December 1, 2009

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First Steven Spielberg showed all the rest of us “what war is really like.” Spielberg, who spent the fairly ferocious year 1968 making a film called Amblin’ for Universal Studios, has frankly explained, “My immediate political activity (at the height of the Vietnam War) was based on self-preservation. I had a draft counselor. I legally […]

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Buffalo Chosen Few Bust

May 7, 2009

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Cops representing eight separate law enforcement agencies arrested eighteen people this morning who will be accused of belonging to or of somehow being associated with the Chosen Few Motorcycle Club in and around Buffalo, New York. Two more suspects are being sought by authorities. A predominantly black motorcycle club founded in Los Angeles in 1959 […]

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Will Doc Cavazos Flip

October 23, 2008

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Maybe the Feds have the Mongols by the huevos. Maybe after, numerous attempts over the last 30 years, the Department of Justice is finally, actually going to deconstruct a major outlaw motorcycle club. Maybe not. But, don’t dismiss the possibility. “The future right now,” former Mongol Tony Vodnik rhetorically asked the Associated Press yesterday. Vodnik […]

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