Is Law Enforcement Training To Terminate Bikers?
Written by: Double “Double D” Devereaux
Many people interested in target shooting are familiar with practice targets. Many times these targets are silhouettes of human beings. Nothing descriptive, just a neutral target. Then there are practice targets that more graphically depict people. Beyond neutral practice targets, these targets depict stereotypical images of terrorists, bank robbers, and armed criminals with a hostage. It’s impossible to defend the actions or goals of any of these types of people so vilifying their images receives little objection. Continue reading
Written by David “Double D” Devereaux
On May 17, 2015, Paul Landers was looking for a place to hang a Texas Confederation of Clubs and Independents banner in preparation for a scheduled political gathering to discuss motorcycle rights issues when gunfire erupted at a Twin Peaks in Waco, Texas. Paul was there to provide the region updates following the National Coalition of Motorcyclists National Convention that was held in Denver the previous week.
Despite being a dedicated political rights advocate with an indisputable track record, Paul and 176 other individuals were arrested and charged under the state’s organized crime statute for engaging in organized crime and committing or conspiring to commit capital murder. 154 of those arrested have had their cases presented to a grand jury, have been indicted, and are currently awaiting trial.
Written by David “Double D” Devereaux
As we approach national elections in November, why is the opinion of the motorcycling community so important? The answer is simple. Motorcyclists represent a massive and powerful voting block with the ability to sway national elections. The vast majority of this demographic are registered and active voters. According to the National Motorcycle Profiling Survey 2015-16 (NMPS), 86% of motorcyclists have voted in a national election within the last 10 years. The American Motorcycle Association estimates that there are 10,000,000 registered motorcyclists in America. Continue reading
The latest news about Jaycee Lee Dugard losing her lawsuit against the federal government earned a lot of harsh comments for the parole officers involved
In addition to denying her claim, it was interesting to see that the federal government has hidden or removed the names of those responsible for her kidnapping and sexual abuse for years by parolee Phillip Garrido.
But, I personally had experience with the lies and cover-ups of US Parole Examiner Raymond Essex, and remember his name all-too-well.
IN MY OPINION; Resolution 831 is the result of organizations like the Motorcycle Profiling Project and the many individuals working hard to stop Motorcycle Profiling. Congregational House Resolution 831, promoting awareness of motorcycle profiling, is one of the most important actions taken to protect the rights of the Biker community.
I believe the time is right for the biker community to come together and pass Anti-Profiling legislation in our individual States. I welcome your comments and ideas.
SEE ATTACHED: Copy of House Resolution 831 Continue reading
Statistics Prove Outlaw Motorcycle Clubs Not A Public Threat
Study Published on August 10th, 2016 | by David “Double D” Devereaux
Authorities openly target motorcycle clubs, particularly 1% clubs, selectively enforcing the law, in order to harass or investigate individuals based on the belief that they are definitional criminals. This perspective is based on an outdated stereotype that is ignorant of statistical reality and foundational constitutional principles that have been consistently confirmed by the Supreme Court and other federal courts.
Many federal and state authorities insist that what they call “outlaw motorcycle gangs/OMG’s” are a significant organized crime threat in America, despite the statistical data that proves criminal activity involving these clubs is negligible at best. (Note: the OMG tag is universally rejected by the clubs labeled gangs by law enforcement.) Continue reading
Written by Andrew two Cents Geltzer
Exactly what constitutes a “criminal origination”? How is a “criminal” organization different than an organization that has occasionally had criminals as members? How many members, or more accurately, what percentage of its members must be criminals before an organization is deemed a “criminal” one? Continue reading
DO YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO POSSESS A FIREARM?
IN MY OPINION: By W.T. RoadBlock Harrell
January 27, 2015
The answer is yes. The Constitution guarantees you the right to possess firearms, and the Supreme Court has repeatedly upheld your right. However, specialized units of law enforcement consistently ignore this Constitutional guarantee. Day or night, if a SWAT team invades your home and you are holding a weapon, you will most likely be shot dead immediately.
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Shades of 1970 – Police Attack College Students
Written by W.T. RoadBlock Harrell
As I was watching the morning news, I couldn’t believe my eyes. The police were arrogantly hosing down Ohio State University students with pepper spray on our city streets. Were the students looting, fighting with police or attacking the public? No, the “crime” the students were committing was jubilantly celebrating a stunning win by their Ohio Buckeyes football team. Continue reading
IN MY OPINION:
By political activist W.T. RoadBlock Harrell
November 11, 2014
The recent tragic event in Jacksonville Florida proves one thing: The IO’s manifesto to create chaos and incite violence has no limit, even if their actions result in death.
WHAT IS THE IRON ORDER?
The Iron Order was founded in 2004 by a group of federal agents and an attorney. The founders and managers of the IO are made up, in part, of federal and state agents who have, over the years, made a career of prosecuting America’s motorcycle clubs. By their own admission, they are determined to destroy all other clubs and associations, our biker lifestyle, and the freedoms guaranteed to Americans by the U.S. Constitution.