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Knowing Equals Prison, Snitching Equals Freedom

August 24, 2011

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AL ” THE SUIT ” CAVAZOS back on the street. Is ‘LIL’ RUBE next ? coming soon Respect, Steve Dear Anarchy, Yeah. Ruben Cavazos Jr. will probably soon walk and like most things that happen anywhere ever, it will be Rebel’s fault. All them Mongols guilty pleas? Rebel did that. From a brief filed this […]

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Outlawing A Motorcycle Club

September 3, 2010

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The government’s argument for the legality of outlawing fraternal, legal and social organizations is most frankly summarized in three  documents filed in the case US v. Cavazos et al. The government is accusing the Mongols Motorcycle Club of being a “racket” and that accusation constitutes about half the proof. The other half of the proof […]

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Pagans Plea Rejected

March 10, 2010

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Now plea deals are starting to bounce in the federal racketeering case in Charleston West Virginia against members and associates of the Pagans Motorcycle Club. A hard core of the defense lawyers in this case have refused to just roll over for the prosecution like good legal professionals, and wave their little white flags in […]

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Ninth Pagan Plea Deal

December 17, 2009

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Fifteen days ago, on December 2, James R. “Bones” Claypool became the ninth defendant in the current federal case against the Pagans Motorcycle Club to agree to cooperate with prosecutors. The plea agreement had been sealed until yesterday. As with every other cooperating defendant in the case, Claypool agreed to “be forthright and truthful with […]

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Now Seven Pagans Pleas

November 17, 2009

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Now seven of the 55 members and associates of the Pagans Motorcycle Club indicted September 29th have agreed to cooperate with the prosecution. On October 27th four defendants, Eric Lyttle, 30, James Lyttle, 55, William Hankins Sr., 54, and Edward Parsons, 29, all pled guilty and agreed to “be forthright and truthful with (prosecutors) and […]

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