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Finally, it seems as the media is beginning to get on board

Finally, it seems as the media is beginning to get on board questioning the conduct of the cops in the 2015 Waco Biker Massacre. Using the internet to demand justice is a power that works for us too. Law enforcement can’t hide their devastating unlawful conduct much longer if we keep their actions in the limelight. We will never forgive or forget no one is above the law.

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Most of 177 Twin Peaks bikers no longer wearing ankle monitors

Here’s an article we would like you to read on the ankle monitors that bikers who were out on bail had to wear.

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DEA Rewards Criminal Conduct

This Article demonstrates that the federal agencies trying desperately to destroy motorcycle clubs and our biker lifestyle are themselves nothing more than criminal gangs.

Newly disclosed records show the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration has allowed its employees to stay on the job despite internal investigations that found they had distributed drugs, lied to the authorities, the courts and committed other serious misconduct.

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Do You Want Cops In Your Motorcycle Club

Here’s my perspective on this.

Law Enforcement agencies continue to excessively violate the laws and legal rights we all have. Their members –good or bad–have no place in the motorcycle clubs fighting for our rights.

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The Mongols Dismissal – Why It Happened and What It Means

The Mongols Dismissal – Why It Happened and What It Means

“The dismissal has nothing to do with the issue of trademark forfeiture at all.”

September 18, 2015

This article, from Double D, will help to explain the convoluted opinion in the recent Mongols patch case. There is also a link to get the opinion document @ this link. Check it out.

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What you should know about lobbying

Lobbying 101 Myths & Misconceptions

How Manpower Changes What You Thought You Knew About Motorcycle Rights and Legislative Strategy.

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Motorcycle Profiling Project – Survey

First and foremost, we want to thank you for participating in the National Motorcycling Profiling Survey (FY 2016), your feedback is an important step in identifying the issues and trends that impact the motorcycling community. The data collected in this survey will help motorcyclist rights advocates throughout the country gather information that is needed to build an effective argument in the request for legislative relief in protecting all aspects of your motorcycling lifestyle.

Moreover, this survey will provide quantifiable up-to-date data from a national perspective, as well as a state and local perspective. This information will help identify the geographical areas that have a higher propensity of motorcycle profiling and discriminatory acts directed towards bikers. This survey will also help identify the core issues and support legislative relief efforts on a state and national level. We would also like to identify the biker friendly areas and share this information with the communities so they can look into the best practices and what is working, and help build a better social environment for all.

This survey will take about 15 minutes to complete. HOWEVER, it will provide a lifetime of benefits.

Survey Link:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/?sm=nFhBGtZx2K9m3xbn3pkZtA%3D%3D

Unopposed in Maryland

Double D & Twitch testify in favor of SB 727 Relating to Motorcycle Profiling in the Maryland Senate

It Happens in Maryland

Motorcycle profiling stop at the 2014 Maryland Blessing of the Bikes

Inside the Waco Twin Peaks Biker Shootout

Inside the Waco Twin Peaks Biker Shootout with Biker Richard Luther

Published on Aug 31, 2015
The Waco shootout at a Twin Peaks restaurant flooded with bikers from clubs such as the Cossacks, the Bandidos, and many more is explained with witness, Richard Luther. Luther’s experience as a Cossack, the shootout, thoughts on a possible conspiracy, and the 33 days he would go on to spend in jail after the shootout is explored. Learn the ugly truth about the police handling of the situation, the cruel and unusual punishment that bikers suffered in jail, and the pieces of the puzzle that don’t add up, in this Antidote interview hosted by Michael Parker.

GUEST BIO:
Richard Luther from Garland, Texas is a member of the Cossacks Motorcycle Club and was present at the May 17, 2015 shootout at Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco, Texas.
He would end up spending 33 days in jail.