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Mongols Trial Unlikely

March 7, 2010

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It is beginning to look unlikely that any of the defendants in the Mongols Motorcycle Club case will ever stand trial. The prosecution does not want the case to go to trial. The government has both secrets and promises to keep. A usually informed source has said that on at least one occasion, the government […]

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Updating The Mongols Pleas

August 21, 2009

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The longer the Mongols case lasts, the smaller it grows. Ten months ago militarized police in six states served 160 search warrants and 110 arrest warrants and the United States Attorney in Los Angeles indicted 79 members, associates and former members of the Mongols Motorcycle club for racketeering. This is what has happened to the […]

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