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Sacramento Unification Rally

January 6, 2014

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California bikers should know that if the police allow it, there will be a “Unification Rally” in Sacramento this Saturday from ten in the morning until two in the afternoon. The pack will assemble at 9:15 a.m. in the large parking lot of Cycle Gear at 5400 Date Avenue in Sacramento. If you miss the […]

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Mongols Versus Lying Cop Bullies

October 19, 2012

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Criminal charges may be filed as a result of the Mongols Motorcycle Club’s national run in Boulder City, Nevada last June. The criminals were the police. Stephen “Bowtie” Stubbs, a hungry Vegas attorney with sharp teeth, filed a complaint yesterday on behalf of the Mongols with Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson. In that complaint […]

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Southern Nevada COC Sues Vegas Metro

June 26, 2012

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This story was published on June 26 and corrected on June 28.  The uncorrected story identified Robert Barreto, Jr. as a party to the suit. He is not and The Aging Rebel apologizes for the error. The Southern Nevada Confederation of Clubs filed a civil rights lawsuit yesterday in federal court against the notorious Las […]

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Max Joseph “Dragon” Aragon

January 11, 2010

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Max Joseph “Dragon” Aragon died January 3rd and he was buried last Saturday at Greenwood Memory Lawn Cemetery in Phoenix. He was a patch holder in the American Latino Motorcycle Association. A.L.M.A. is a one piece patch club in Phoenix and a member of the Arizona Confederation of Clubs. Max Aragon was riding his motorcycle […]

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Highwaymen Ordered Released

December 15, 2009

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The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that Aref “Scarface Steve” Nagi, the former Vice President of the Highwaymen Motorcycle Club in Detroit, must be granted reasonable bail. Nagi has been locked up since October 2006. The Highwaymen have eight chapters in Michigan and additional chapters in Kentucky, Tennessee, Florida, Alabama and Indiana. […]

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Bradley Burritt Lutzow

February 25, 2009

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Bradley Burritt Lutzow, was murdered on February 17th. Lutzow, along with John Lindeman, was one of two men shot and killed following an altercation at the QuikTrip convenience store and gas station in the Sunnyslope section of Phoenix. Initial reports of the murder on this page, and in the Arizona Republic, were based on a […]

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Bikers Talk Politicians Listen

January 26, 2009

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The strongest and most effective bikers’ rights organization in the country may be the Texas Motorcycle Rights Association (TMRA.) Today, an estimated 2,000 members of the TMRA rode into Austin for what the group calls “Legislative Day.” They parked their motorcycles in one of the free bike parking only spaces on the South and West […]

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The Legal Glacier

January 19, 2009

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People who have never been eaten alive by the criminal justice system or been close to someone who has imagine that the process is honest, straightforward and speedy. The dead, old, white men who imagined this country imagined justice that way, too. But in general, that is not how “justice” works in America and, specifically, […]

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