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The Fat Mexican

March 28, 2010

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Biker books are always written by one of two categories of authors – either the “participant observer” or the “objective journalist.” The books by objective journalists are usually the worst. Yves Lavigne and Julian Sher epitomize this style; crass and self-righteous. But some of the books by participant observers like Doc Cavazos, William Queen and […]

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The Bandido Massacre

March 15, 2010

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Men are saved by motorcycle clubs as they are saved by religion. Many men who have ridden with clubs will understand the comparison. For some men a patch is the first thing they have ever won in their lives and the experience of putting that symbol on their backs is transformative. Those who were weak […]

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Bandidos Verdict And Books

November 2, 2009

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After a seven month trial, six members and associates of the Bandidos Motorcycle Club’s probationary chapter in Winnipeg, Canada were found guilty of 44 counts of first-degree murder and four counts of manslaughter last Friday. And today, Monday, November 2nd, the first two books about the case have hit store shelves. Copies of The Fat […]

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