January 21, 2019

How Is US Prison For The Italian Mafia?

January 20, 2019

Rock Machine Motorcycle Club New Exclusive Footage

Rock Machine is an international motorcycle cub founded by brothers Salvatore and Giovanni Cazzetta in Montreal, Canada in 1986.

The club is infamously known for warring with the Hells Angels between 1994 and 2002.With over 160 deaths, and countless injuries from both sides, the 'Quebec biker war' is the most deadly biker war in history.

After the Quebec biker war, Rock Machine aligned itself with the Bandidos. In January 2001, the majority of Rock Machine decided to patch over to the Bandidos.

In 2008, the original RM brothers decided to come together and resurrect the club. The Rock Machine were back bigger and stronger. The club has since expanded across the globe and is now one of the largest motorcycle clubs in the world.

Sebastian Marroquín's Reflections on Pablo Escobar - 60 Minutes

Sebastian Marroquín is the son of the late Columbian cocaine drug lord, Pablo Escobar. Formerly Juan Pablo Escobar, he changed his name to Sebastian Marroquín to protect his family after moving to Argentina where he has lived in exile for two decades. Marroquín has come out of the shadows to share his personal story and identity in his international best-selling book translated in fourteen languages, Pablo Escobar: My Father. Now, he reveals the darkest secrets of the global mafia and corruption in his second book: Pablo Escobar in Fraganti: The Stories that My Father Never Told Me.

Pjokken MC Nomads Norway - New Patch.

Pjokken MC Nomads Norway have changed their patch and colours.

It´s the very same crew and no changes have be done around the Club.

Love & Respect

Pjokken MC Norway

Norway - MC & Gjengkriminalitet

DemonsRowTV- Mongols Motorcycle Club Fights The Government

This episode speaks on The Mongols Motorcycle club facing a rico charge from the federal government. Former WWF wrestler/announcer and former governor Jesse "The Body" Ventura speaks on how hes a member of the Mongols Nation and he testified in court on the behalf of the club.

Also we hear from Stephen Stubbs the lawyer for the Mongol Nation. As he breaks down how unconstitutional the attack on the club is and on how this is and indictment on MC Culture as a whole not just the Mongols.

Let me know how you feel about this issue. I feel like the Mongols Motorcycle Club is being targeted because there a predominantly latino Motorcycle club. MCs all over this is an indictment on the entire MC Community. We must stand together and fight. Ride safe.

USA - MC & Gjengkriminalitet/DemonsRow TV-YouTube.

Surrey Six corruption cop pleads guilty and avoids jail time

Keith Fraser is reporting that "A former RCMP officer who was at the centre of a corruption case involving the Surrey Six murder investigation pleaded guilty to several offences Friday but managed to avoid jail time. Derek Brassington pleaded guilty to breach of trust and attempted obstruction of justice and received a conditional sentence of two years less a day to be served in the community. Because of a publication ban, the reasons for the sentence imposed by B.C. Supreme Court Justice Arne Silverman cannot be reported yet."

"The ban extended as well to submissions made by special prosecutor Chris Considine and defence lawyer Ian Donaldson and evidence heard at the court proceeding in a Vancouver courtroom. The conditions in Brassington’s sentence include house arrest, 100 hours of community service and a $10,000 restitution order. The pleas of Brassington, one of four Mounties charged in the case, bring to an end a key chapter in an investigation that stretches back nearly eight years." Oh but does it? Is this chapter really closed?

The publication ban expires after the trial ends. The delays caused by the RCMP cover up of this case set Jamie Bacon free for participating in and orchestrating the Surrey Six where two innocent bystanders were executed. That chapter is not over yet.

This sad saga was about police misconduct in a high profile RCMP murder investigation where unprofessional conduct wasn't the exception it was the norm. These clowns were getting drunk with witnesses, flirting with them and having sex with them. It wasn't just one cop and one witness. It was a climate of unprofessionalism that permeated the entire force let alone unit.

They are the ones that changed the name if IHIT to IHITit.

These are the clowns shagging Morgan Nicholson and providing police protection for Michael Ross and the rest of the Cub Pack to sell drugs in Surrey. It's time for them to be erased.

Canada - GO/DW. 

Kelowna drug dealer sentenced

Castanet is reporting that "On Friday, Justice Gary Weatherill sentenced Stephan Rauner to an additional 10 months in jail, taking into account the many addiction recovery programs Rauner has completed during his year of pre-sentence custody at Okanagan Correctional Centre. The jail term is in addition to the year he's spent in pre-sentence custody, which he was granted enhanced credit for at 1.5 times actual time served."

"The two charges of trafficking a controlled substance, to which Rauner pleaded guilty last month, stem from two separate undercover police sting operations in downtown Kelowna, on July 8 and Dec. 14 2017. In the first instance, Rauner sold 0.2 grams of heroin, which also contained the much stronger opioid carfentanil, to an undercover officer in City Park."

"After he was arrested and released on bail, Rauner again sold an undercover officer drugs in downtown Kelowna, this time a small amount of methamphetamine. Rauner was addicted to crack cocaine when he was dealing the drugs in Kelowna, but he told the court he is just days away from being one year sober."

One year sober, that's great. Wait a minute. He's been in jail for a year. It would appear that one year in jail has helped him get off the crack. That sentence was in his best interest.

"The Crown had been seeking 36 months in jail for trafficking the carfentanil-laced heroin in addition to 18 months for trafficking the meth... Crown prosecutor Justin Dalton highlighted the particular harm that drugs like fentanyl and carfentanil have had in B.C. in recent years. In 2017, 75 people died from illicit drugs in Kelowna."

Exactly. Crystal meth is a horrible drug and selling heroin laced with fentanyl and carfentanil is fatal. We need to target these drug dealers and stop wasting our time and money over pot dispensaries. In 2008, RCMP Crime Prevention Program Coordinator Colleen Staresina said arresting drug dealers was too time consuming despite the public outcry at the time. Hopefully Doug McCallum's municipal force will follow Kelowna's example not Colleen Staresina's.

Canada - GO/DW.

January 19, 2019

Outlaw Biker Clubs in Canada

What is happening to the Biker Lifestyle?

Member of a Pasco County biker gang gunned down outside his home

Man affiliated with Mongols motorcycle gang sentenced for role in fatal gunfight with Hells Angels

A Bakersfield man affiliated with the Mongols motorcycle gang was sentenced Friday in connection with a fatal gunfight that occurred between the gang and the rival Hells Angels gang last year.

Christopher Clay Wilson, 40, was sentenced to time served and three years' probation on an accessory charge to which he pleaded no contest in August. Other charges, including five counts of attempted murder, were dismissed.
The charges stemmed from a fatal shooting that occurred in June at a motorcycle wash fundraiser organized by the local chapter of the Hells Angels in the 3200 block of Buck Owens Boulevard.

Wilson and other affiliates and members of the Mongols showed up at the event to confront the Hells Angels, according to police. One Mongol, Ricardo Viera, armed himself with a pump-action pistol grip shotgun and waited in a gas station parking lot.

Meanwhile, two other Mongols affiliates brandished metal objects and challenged Hells Angels at the event, police said. They lured several Hells Angels into the gas station parking lot, and Viera opened fire on them.
A person at the wash then armed himself with a handgun and fired several rounds at Viera, killing him. 
Wilson and the other affiliates — Arturo Desiderio, 38, and Eliseo Ray Miranda, 46 — fled the scene but were arrested soon after the incident.

Desiderio and Miranda remain charged with attempted murder, among other crimes, and are scheduled to go to trial next month.

The person who fatally shot Viera was not charged with a crime because police said witness statements and video evidence backed up his statement that he acted in self-defense. His name was not released, but police said he was in possession of numerous items consistent with being affiliated with the Hells Angels.


January 18, 2019



We will start our post by ONCE AGAIN saying - Brotherhood ain't about quantity but pure quality, and you can't create a true and solid Brotherhood through the internet.

Sadly enough do we see it done over and over again, and it pisses us off, because it's destroying the true spirit of being a real one percenter and the whole Old School mentality in an once so great MC World. A WORLD now fucked up by PATCH JUMPERS, WANNABE and TV BIKERS, and God save us all.. Bla. Bla. Bla.

We have the deepest respect for all the Old Timers, because they fucking earned their Colours. They did what it took to show they was worth calling a Brother. They worked and earned their RESPECT and LOYALTY, and therefor can they all today wear their colours with pride and get the respect they all are entitle to - you don't get any fucking RESPECT by buying your colours through the internet or starting a club through the internet, it' s only a FUCKING JOKE, and only done by persons who don't know one shit about being a Brother or an One Percenter.

Why do the MC World today have all these problems with Governments around the World?
Easy to answer, because we're NOT talking about Rocket Sience. It's only because of all those clowns who thinks they are real bikers and it's all about doing their Gangster Shit so they can benefit themselves and NOBODY ELSE.

We really do hope, that all major Club's around the World will wake up, and see it have to have an end with all this wannabe-shit, and once and for all put a STOP to it.

STOP opening new chapters in new countries if you don't have a history together with the people your givin the key to your PATCH, and never have spend time with.

Only START up NEW CHAPTERS in Countries with people you know damn well, and NOT because they have liked one or two pictures of your colours on FACEBOOK or WHATEVER.

If Club's don't take care of their own business NOW - the business will take care of them, and that business are GOVERNMENTS around the World.

World - MC & Gjengkriminalitet/TBM Nation

Operation Triple Beam: 126 violent offenders, gang members arrested in Hamilton County

A 3-month-long law enforcement effort focused on reducing violent gang crime in Hamilton County has ended, with dozens of offenders taken into custody.
The U.S. Marshals Office released a statement Tuesday about Operation Triple Beam (OTB), a joint effort with Chattanooga PD, Hamilton County Sheriff's Office, and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF).

Some folks said they can rest a bit easier knowing some of these offenders are off the streets.
“Knowing that we're leaving our home and them going to school, it's often a concern - will they come home safely, or will we be faced with any type of violence in the nearby area?" said Kimberly Cothren, a Chattanooga mother of two.

Cothren says she is thankful to the U.S. Marshal's Operation Triple Beam and the work put in by officials like Deputy U.S. Marshal Paul Salayko.
"Operation Triple Beam is a lot more than just numbers. Operation Triple Beam is the federal, state, and local guys all getting together, being able to work together for a common good," said Salayko.

Salayko said this operation was a different solution to combating crime, because several agencies worked together to tackle the issue head on.

The following narrative is from the USMS statement:
"During OTB, the USMS, along with their task force partners seized multiple guns, a variety of narcotics including amphetamine, and closed 130 warrants. These 126 arrests represent violent offenders and criminal gang members in our community wanted for charges including murder, robbery, rape, aggravated assault, and assorted drug charges.

In 2010, the USMS identified gangs as a priority within its violent crime reduction strategy and made a commitment to reinvigorate its gang enforcement efforts. As a result, OTB was created with an emphasis on three main areas: fugitive investigations; targeted firearm and drug investigations (the tools of the trade for gang members); and proactive street investigations and patrols. Communities are made safer by this unique cooperative relationship with federal, state, and local law enforcement partners to locate and apprehend the criminals most responsible for crime and violence in those communities. Since 2010, the USMS has led more than 50 counter-gang operations across the country, which have yielded over 8,000 arrests and the seizure of more than 1,800 illegal firearms.

“The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Tennessee fully supports Operation Triple Beam and the efforts of the U.S. Marshals Service, in cooperation with federal, state and local law enforcement agencies, to remove these violent criminals from the streets and help make the neighborhoods a safer place to live for the citizens of this district,” said U.S. Attorney J. Douglas Overbey.

OTB Chattanooga Highlights
  • Seven guns seized
  • 126 arrests / 130 warrants cleared
  • 1.526kg of heroin, cocaine, amphetamines and marijuana were seized from multiple locations.
OTB Chattanooga Notable Arrests
Subject: Antonio Clements
Charges: *Gang Member – Gangster Disciple* Possession of Marijuana for Resale, Theft of Property, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Possession of a Firearm during the Commission of a Felony.

On October 31, 2018, the OTB Task Force developed information that Clements was staying at a local address. Clements was observed at the residence, and was taken into custody. A search warrant was issued for the residence since information was developed that guns and drugs were possibly inside. A Taurus .357 was located inside the residence along with an unspecified amount of pills. Clements was transported to the Hamilton County Jail for booking.

Subject: Maurice Davis

Charges: Four counts of rape of a child.
Maurice Davis was indicted on four counts of rape of a child. The alleged incidents involved a child between the ages of four and twelve. Davis has an extensive criminal record, including a charge of attempted first-degree murder in 2008. He received a suspended eight-year prison sentence in that case.

On November 18, 2018, the OTB Task Force converged at a 28th Street address in an attempt to locate Maurice Davis on the above indictments. He was observed entering the residence. He was taken into custody and was transported to the Hamilton County Jail for booking.

Subject: Keontae Bush
Charges: Attempted First Degree Murder, Domestic Assault, Reckless Endangerment, and Possession of a Firearm during the Commission of a Dangerous Felony.

Keontae Bush was facing charges after his ex-girlfriend said he fired a gun at her and then ran her off the road on Interstate 75.

On December 11, 2018, the OTB Task Force along with Chattanooga Police Department Fugitive Investigators, developed information that Bush was at the residence of his child’s mother. He was located inside the residence, and taken into custody. He was transported to the Hamilton County Jail for booking.

Subjects: Two Juveniles
Charges: Escape – Bradley County, Tennessee – Carjacking – Chattanooga
On November 2, 2018, two minors escaped the Bradley County Juvenile Detention Center by climbing a fence. On November 5, 2018, the OTB Task Force received information from the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office that both escapees were possibly in Chattanooga at a hotel near Hamilton Place Mall. The OTB Task Force worked through the night attempting to locate the juveniles. At approximately 6:00 a.m. on November 6, 2018, an armed carjacking occurred at a local motel. A 13-year-old victim was getting belongings out of a vehicle when he was approached by two young men. The 13-year-old was forced to give the two gunmen the keys to the car. Information developed that the car was located off Exit 328 in Dalton, Georgia. The OTB Task Force along with the Chattanooga Police Department Fugitive Unit went to the area and located the vehicle at a gas station. The Whitfield County Sheriff’s Office was contacted, and responded. Both suspects were taken into custody on the parking lot of the gas station without incident. They were transported to the Whitfield County Juvenile Detention Center. The identity of the two subjects has been withheld due to their age.

Subject: Dominique Collins
Charges: Attempted First Degree Murder, Violation of Supervised Release – Crack Cocaine
A local man got into an argument with a Circle K employee who stated she was going to call someone. Police said she called her son (Collins) as the man called police. The man said he was outside waiting for police to arrive when a white SUV pulled up. He said Collins asked him a question, then pulled out a pistol and shot him in the chest. The man picked Collins from a photo lineup and Collins was added to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) Top 10 Most Wanted list.

On November 28, 2018, the OTB Task Force developed information that Collins was in the Lynchburg, Virginia area. On November 30, 2018, the Capital Area Regional Fugitive Task Force and the Lynchburg Police Department went to Langhorne Road, Lynchburg, Virginia. Task force members knocked and announced upon arrival. Collins exited the rear of the residence and jumped from the second story balcony. Collins was apprehended after a brief foot pursuit. He was transported to the Blue Ridge Regional Jail.

Subjects: Dwight Turner Jr.
Charges: Two Counts of Vehicular Homicide, Aggravated Assault
Dwight Turner Jr. is a suspect involved in a traffic crash in which two people were killed on January 3, 2019. Through investigation, the Chattanooga Police Department’s Traffic Unit determined Turner was the driver of the Dodge Ram that struck a Chrysler TWC at 1400 South Holtzclaw Avenue. In addition to two people being killed, another person was critically injured as a result of the crash.

On January 14, 2019, the OTB Task Force developed information that Turner was staying at an address in Austell, GA. On January 15, 2019, the South East Regional Task Force arrested Turner in Austell, GA."


The Biker Ravin Dixie Line (Rare Breed MC)

El Chapo and the Canadian Hells Angels

Kim Bolan is reporting on one line from a New York Times article that stated that Alex Cifuentes testified at El Chapo's trial claiming that "On the stand, Mr. Cifuentes admitted to hatching a failed murder plot with the Hell’s Angels in Canada."

The compromised BC Gang Task force's spin on that statement makes for a great screen play in a fictional novel. The Intelligencer dives more in depth to what was actually said in court.

The Intelligencer is reporting that court transcripts claim the target of the hit was Canadian drug trafficker Stephen Tello, also known as Catboy. As well as Tello, official court transcripts obtained by the National Post show the narco outlining a longstanding relationship for cocaine, heroin and ice (or crystal meth) deals with a man called “Tony Suzuki,” believed to be Antonio Pietrantonio, a well-known Montreal mafia operative. La Presse names the Columbian as Alex Cifuentes.

This proves the link between Operation Fast and Furious and cocaine in Canada.

Donald Trump Pardons El Chapo in exchange for testimony against Hilary Clinton and the CIA

Mistreating El Chapo diminishes all of us.

Canada - GO/DW.

Local Rock Machine mc

January 17, 2019

Mongrel Mob Black Power Brawl In Lower Hutt Leaves Locals Terrorized

Who Is T-Bone? Prison Rapists Beware

One Percenters Motorcycle Gang

The term "One-Percenters" originated from the July 4, 1947, annual Gypsy Tour race sanctioned by the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) which was held in Hollister, California. The Gypsy Tour race, which was the pièce de résistance of motorcycle racing events during that time, was held at different locations across America and had been previously held in Hollister in 1936.

The Event

A location near the town was chosen again in 1947 partly because of its long relationship with bikers and various biker-related events that were held throughout the years, and also because of the welcome the  AMA received by the town merchants who knew the positive impact it would have on the local economy.

Approximately 4,000 attended the Gypsy Tour race and many of the riders and non-riders ended up celebrating in the town of Hollister. For three days there was a lot of hard-core beer drinking and street racing that went on in the town. By Sunday, the California Highway Patrol was called in armed with tear gas to help put an end to the event.

After it was over, there was a record of about 55 bikers being arrested on misdemeanor charges. There were no reports of property being destroyed or of looting and not a single report of any local people being harmed in any way.

However, the San Francisco Chronicle ran articles that exaggerated and sensationalized the event. Headlines like "Riots... Cyclists Take Over Town" and words such as “terrorism” described the general atmosphere in Hollister over the holiday weekend. 

To top it off, a San Francisco Chronicle photographer by the name of Barney Peterson staged a photograph of an intoxicated biker holding a bottle of beer in each hand while leaning against a Harley-Davidson motorcycle, with broken beer bottles scattered on the ground.

Life magazine picked up on the story and in the July 21, 1947, edition it ran Peterson's staged photograph  on full-page display titled, “Cyclist’s Holiday: He and Friends Terrorize Town.” Ultimately, to the dismay of the AMA, the image sparked both fascination and concern about the violent, unruly nature of the growing subculture of motorcycle groups.

Afterward, films about motorcycle clubs with members depicting bad behavior began hitting the movie theaters. The Wild One, starring Marlon Brando, brought particular attention to gang-type behavior displayed by members of motorcycle clubs.

The event became known as the "Hollister Riot" although there is no documentation that an actual riot occurred and the town of Hollister invited the race back, other cities across the country believed what the press reported and it resulted in numerous cancelations of the Gypsy Tour races.

AMA Responds

It was rumored that the AMA defended the reputation of its association and member, with an alleged press release stating that, "The trouble was caused by the one percent deviant that tarnishes the public image of both motorcycles and motorcyclists" and going on to say that 99 percent of bikers are law-abiding citizens, and the "one percent" are nothing more than "outlaws."

However, in 2005 the AMA denied credit for the term, saying that there was no record of any AMA official or published statement that originally used the "one percent" reference.

No matter where it actually originated from, the term caught on and new outlaw motorcycle gangs  (OMGs) emerged and embraced the concept of being referred to as one-percenters. 

The Impact of War
A number of veterans returning from the Vietnam War joined motorcycle clubs after being ostracized by many Americans, especially within their same age group. They were discriminated against by colleges, employers, often spat upon when in uniform and some considered them nothing but government-grown killing machines. The fact that 25 percent were drafted into the war and that the rest were trying to survive it did not seem to sway opinions.

As a result, in the mid-1960-70s, a surge of outlaw motorcycle gangs emerged across the country and created their own association which they proudly called, "One Percenters." Within the association, each club could have its own rules, operate independently and given a designated territory.  The outlaw motorcycle clubs; the Hells Angels, Pagans, Outlaws, and Bandidos emerged as what authorities refer to the "Big Four" with hundreds of other one-percenters clubs existing within the subculture.

Differences Between Outlaws and One Percenters
Defining the differences (and if any exists) between outlaw motorcycle groups and one-percenters depends on where you go for the answer.

According to the AMA, any motorcycle club that does not adhere to AMA rules is considered an outlaw motorcycle club. The term outlaw, in this case, is not synonymous with criminal or illegal activity.

Others, including some outlaw motorcycle clubs, believe that while all one-percent motorcycle clubs are outlaw clubs, meaning that they do not follow AMA rules, not all outlaw motorcycle clubs are one-percenters, (meaning that they do not participate in illegal activity.
The Department of Justice does not differentiate between outlaw motorcycle gangs (or clubs) and one-percenters. It defines "one-percenter outlaw motorcycle gangs" as being highly structured criminal organizations, "whose members use their motorcycle clubs as conduits for criminal enterprises."

World - MC & Gjengkriminalitet/Charles Montaldo