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Saturday, April 30, 2016

‘Dead red’ law passes in Indiana

Motorcyclists permitted to drive through red light after two minutes if undetected
Late last month Indiana joined 15 other states with the passing of house bill 1080, better known as the “dead red” law.
The bill, authored by local state representative Mike Karickhoff (R), authorizes motorcycle, moped, and bicycle riders who fail to trigger a traffic signal at an intersection to drive through a red light, so long as the rider first stops for two minutes and then proceeds cautiously.
“Many traffic signals cannot detect motorcycles or bicycles, causing frustration and potential danger for the driver and for other motorists on the road,” said Rep. Karickhoff.
Karickhoff said when motorcyclists were left waiting at a light they hadn’t triggered, they were left with a few choices, none of which were ideal.
“When the signal isn’t triggered, that leaves the motorcyclist with the choice of, one, disregarding the signal anyhow, two, waiting for a car to pull up behind them and get on the scale. Then the motorcyclist has to pull their wheel out into the intersection to make room for that car. Or, they can make a right turn and drive a mile or so out of their way until they can turn and go back the other way.”
The bill passed 84-10.
The other states that have “dead red” laws are Arkansas, Idaho, Kansas, Nevada, Minnesota, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin, and California.
Each state has its own variation of the law. Some include bicyclists; some don’t. Some require the motorcyclist to wait one minute, some two minutes, and some “a reasonable about of time.”
“We tried to take what we thought was the best of the other state bills and apply it here,” he said.
Howard County Sheriff Steve Rogers said law enforcement’s concern with the passing of the law is that people need to use caution.
“We really want motorcyclists to be very careful when they do that because they are going against a red light, meaning the other people going the cross direction will have a green light,” he said. “We certainly want motorcyclists to obey that law to the sense that there is a specific amount of time they have to wait.”
Additionally, since the law is so new, Rogers said he hopes to bring awareness of it to all drivers.
“All people who drive cars also should understand the law because they’re going to see motorcyclists at some point ignore a red light, and as long as they’re doing it safely, it is permissible by law,” he said.
As motorcycle season is here, Rogers also reminded all drivers to use caution and be on the lookout for motorcycles.
“Law enforcement always cringes or braces itself [as motorcycle season starts] because we know that we’re going to have some mishaps,” he said. “Motorcycles are not as well seen as other vehicles, and people have a tendency sometimes to ignore them and pull out in front of them.”


Friday, April 29, 2016

CALIFORNIA - Men Women Brothers & Sisters May 7th is right around the corner.

Men Women Brothers & Sisters May 7th is right around the corner. 10 days away. Consider yourselves reminded and warned 🤓. please share and come. Good times guaranteed to be had & you'll be helping us keep an innocent young man free. You'll be helping us fight back against a government than no longer cares about the truth but is motivated by the $. Don't let it happen to you and don't let it happen to James. Come show your support and enjoy a good time. Thank you everyone. Hold your loved ones tight. ‪#‎keepjamesfree‬ ‪#‎hamcberdoo‬ ‪#‎yeaberdoo‬ ‪#‎raw‬

Motorcycle Riders Foundation For Immediate Release

Motorcycle Riders Foundation
For Immediate Release
April 29, 2016
Modified Motorcycles Potentially Under Attack
Members of both Houses of Congress have introduced proposed legislation that would protect the rights of Americans to modify their vehicles for racing purposes. Dubbed the Recognizing the Protection of Motorsports Act of 2016 (RPM Act, H.R. 4715 and S. 2659), this legislation would ensure that converting any motor vehicle (including street motorcycles) into a competition-only vehicle remains legal.
This proposed legislation became necessary after the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, under the guise of maintaining emissions as outlined by the Clean Air Act, announced plans to regulate the conversion of street motorcycles and other motor vehicles into race vehicles. This attempt is reminiscent of the EPA's efforts back in 2003 to regulate motorcycling through another unrelated proposed regulation aimed at heavy equipment, steam engines and diesel engines that would have prohibited owners from changing anything on their motorcycles except for paint color or chrome.
Through the Color and Chrome initiative, the MRF was successful in separating motorcycles from the EPA’s regulations and created exemptions to protect the custom and aftermarket industries and our lifestyle.


Thursday, April 28, 2016



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Here is How to Identify a Fake User Account on Facebook


Predictive crime prevention has been taken to a whole new level; police have been building fake user accounts as well as posing as genuine people to gather information about local events. Cops can lure suspects into “friending” them and then use the content of their Facebook, Instagram or other social media accounts against them in court.
Recently there was a case in which District Judge William Martini denied a defendant’s motion to suppress evidence collected from his Instagram after he innocently connected with an undercover account. The defendant argued that the police had no probable cause to search through his Instagram account. Judge Martini argued that because Gaston accepted the request to become friends with the police officers, he enabled law enforcement to view photos and other information that he posted to his Instagram account.
Because of this, the police did not need a search warrant. The information sharing was consensual, the judge ruled.
Here is what a police officer from an unrelated case had to say about the profile sharing: “I was looking for a suspect related to drug charges for over a month. When I looked him up on Facebook and requested him as a friend from a fictitious profile, he accepted,” one officer responded to an open-ended survey question in the DOJ’s guide. “He kept ‘checking in’ everywhere he went, so I was able to track him down very easily.”
More than 80% of the responding officials said social media was a valuable tool for “Crime-fighting” and that “creating personas or profiles on social media outlets for use in law enforcement activities is ethical.”
I would most defiantly not call this ethical at all!
Departments are beginning to use predictive analytical policing software, allowing authorities to patrol local neighborhoods based on social networking posts. If people are emotionally upset and publish it on Facebook, the software program labels the neighborhood high risk, alerting law enforcement to occupy those areas.
“Social media is a valuable tool because you are able to see the activities of a target in his comfortable stage. Targets brag and post … information in reference to travel, hobbies, places visited, appointments, circle of friends, family members, relationships, actions, etc.”
In some cases the NYPD has gone to the extreme to use photos of young attractive women on Facebook to spy on gang members, the New York Times reported. Who knows if these photos are even used with consent from the person photographed.
Is this not considered entrapment? This sounds very similar to the notorious Operation Mocking Bird.
Here is How to Identify a Fake User Account on Facebook
  1. Check to see if the account was made recently.
  2. No profile picture or only 1 or 2 images set to the account.
  3. Few friends or no common friends.
  4. No published history for earlier years, but Facebook says they have been a member since 08 or etc.
  5. You don’t know who they are, NEVER accept a friend request from a person you do not know.
  6. Reverse image search is always a handy tool, you can put the image into a search engine to see if they are a real person or not.
If you are in doubt for any reason, DENY!

According to this vet's experience, this program doesn't seem to provide any real benefits to vets.


According to this vet's experience, this program doesn't seem to provide any real benefits to vets. Rather, it is just another money making program that takes more than it gives...?? If you already have a card from the VA, why spend the money to add the designation to your DL?

I got my Veterans designation on my drivers license yesterday. The new law AB 935 is another way to stick it to the veteran and make money off of them. I had to go to Tulare to find the only County Veteran Service Officer in the county. They would not authorize my form for the DMV unless I registered with them. All the CVSO did was look at my DD214 and my drivers license. Why couldn't the DMV look at the same papers? I have already received spam from registering with them. My drivers license did not expire until 2019. All I wanted was the veterans designation. It cost a $5 fee for the designation and also a $27 DMV fee. To get the designation took all day and cost me $32 dollars.
Shame on you Jim Frazier for sponsoring a bill to make money off the backs of veterans. It sounded good and I went to do it the first day possible and found out my politicians stuck it to me again. How many of the veterans they are trying to target are going to spend that kind of money to get the designation? How many will drive to the only CVSO office in the county? I wish I had never started the process. I already had a VA card but believed their lies when they said, that this was a good thing for veterans. I believe this bill was written to increase the registrations with the County Veteran Service Officers, to be able to give them more funding for doing very little. When in the CVSO office I asked what they did since I had never heard of them before. The answer I got was that they sign up veterans for healthcare and service connected disability. Since I already get both they can not help me so why did I have to register? This sounds like a backroom deal to fund more useless bureaucracy. Not a bill to help veterans.


Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Motorcycle Riders Foundation For Immediate Release

Motorcycle Riders Foundation
For Immediate Release
April 21, 2016
Modified Motorcycles Potentially Under Attack
Members of both Houses of Congress have introduced proposed legislation that would protect the rights of Americans to modify their vehicles for racing purposes. Dubbed the Recognizing the Protection of Motorsports Act of 2016 (RPM Act, H.R. 4715 and S. 2659), this legislation would ensure that converting any motor vehicle (including street motorcycles) into a competition-only vehicle remains legal.
This proposed legislation became necessary after the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, under the guise of maintaining emissions as outlined by the Clean Air Act, announced plans to regulate the conversion of street motorcycles and other motor vehicles into race vehicles. This attempt is reminiscent of the EPA's efforts back in 2003 to regulate motorcycling through another unrelated proposed regulation aimed at heavy equipment, steam engines and diesel engines that would have prohibited owners from changing anything on their motorcycles except for paint color or chrome.
Through the Color and Chrome initiative, the MRF was successful in separating motorcycles from the EPA’s regulations and created exemptions to protect the custom and aftermarket industries and our lifestyle.

Facebook Has A HIDDEN Inbox That Barely Anyone Knows About… And THIS Is How To Find it!

The good people at Facebook seem to always be trying to find ways to improve the website, to make the overall experience better for us users. But sometimes, they make a change that nobody really knows about and problems arise. More and more people are using Facebook’s messaging system to communicate with their family and friends so it’s no wonder that the company is trying its best to prevent you from getting spam and other unwanted messages. But unfortunately, some things slip through the cracks and you end up missing out on messages that you actually do want to read. So where do you find these hidden messages? Check out the video below and see what you find! You’ll probably need to sift through a lot of spam but you might find something important!


USA - Why Carry A Concealed Weapon?


Honest Citizens Carry Concealed Weapons Because Bad Things Can Happen To Good People -Anytime, Anywhere.

Many honest citizens know this, and they know that when seconds count, the police are minutes away—at best! These honest citizens take responsibility for their own safety and choose to carry a concealed weapon for the protection of their own lives and those of their loved ones. They are not vigilantes; they are not cowboys, wanna-be cops, or wanna-be killers. They are people like you and me who realize that life and family are worth protecting in a dangerous world, and they want to have a fighting chance should crime come unbidden to them. By so doing, they protect not only their own lives, but the lives of those around them. They do this by being a de- terrent to those who would do us harm.

Before 1987 (when Florida laws changed to allow “shall- issue” carry permits), criminals knew it was very unlikely that their would-be victim was armed. No more! With the majority of states now being shall-issue, and with more citizens carrying guns for protection on more American streets, criminals cannot know who is armed and who is not.  This deters criminals, and contributes to the decreasing trends in violent crimes nation-wide.

Carrying a gun is easier than carrying a cop. While the missions of the police officer and the armed citizen are different, guns in the hands of trained citizens can be just as effective against sudden attack as guns in the hands of trained police. The difference is, the responsibly armed citizen has the gun he carries immediately at hand when the danger strikes, and need not wait minutes or even hours for help to arrive. Any honest cop will tell you that most of the time, when they are called for help, they arrive after the danger has passed.

Violent crime has gone down in the United States for the last several decades, while the number of guns in civilian hands has gone up. But there is still more than enough violent crime to give the prudent citizen cause for alarm. Violent crime is still a real threat that can strike anyone anytime and anywhere. For the last year statistics are available from the FBI, there were 14,748 murders, 84,767 rapes, 367,832 robberies, and 797,500 kidnappings. These numbers are hard for some of us to understand, but that is because we are rational, law abiding members of society. We are the sheepdogs that have to help our loved ones, our friends, and even complete strangers from the wolves out there.

Facing the prospect of criminal attacks, many citizens choose to arm themselves with a handgun for the same reason police do: to protect themselves and others from deadly danger. Handguns are more convenient for full-time carry than rifles and shotguns, and given modern ammunition, they can be effective for defensive purposes. There are other options for personal protection, such as martial arts, knives, or sub-lethal devices such as OC pepper spray and noise-makers. Such devices have the disadvantage of being less effective at quickly and decisively stopping an aggressor, and they also have the added disadvantage of needing to be used at close-contact range if they are to be effective at all. By contrast, a gun delivers a powerful deterrent blow at a safer distance than can knives or pepper spray. In the face of a potentially lethal attack, the number one goal is the protection and survival of the innocent: that’s you, someone you love, or another innocent person.

~ Tim Schmidt

Tim Schmidt is the founder and CEO of the United States Concealed Carry Association and its sister organization the Home Defense Association of America (HDAA). The USCCA is “The Ultimate Resource for the Armed Citizen” and has over 65,000 active members. He is also the founder and publisher of Concealed Carry Magazine, a national magazine dedicated to the responsibly armed citizen. Tim is an avid shooter, loves to ride big, black motorcycles and holds a black belt in Tae Kwon do. He lives in South-Eastern Wisconsin with his wife of 18 years and three young children.

CA - Most charges dismissed in alleged motorcycle gang stabbing

Submitted by THUMPERRRR
Criminal charges have been dismissed against one man and all but one charge dismissed against another in connection with a stabbing involving alleged members of the Hells Angels and Mongols motorcycle gangs.
Felony charges of assault with a deadly weapon other than a gun, participating in a criminal street gang and being an accessory to a crime were dismissed against 55-year-old Michael Blackwood, court records show.
Assault with a deadly weapon and gang participation charges were also dismissed against Jonathan Smith, but he’s now charged with committing a crime on behalf of a gang. Both men are accused of having connections to the Hells Angels.
Police alleged Smith, 40, and Blackwood were in a red pickup following an unnamed member of the rival Mongols on eastbound Rosedale Highway the afternoon of Jan. 26.
When the Mongol came to a stop on his motorcycle at a red light, police reports quote the unidentified man as saying, Smith got out of the truck and pulled a knife on him. The Mongol said he also armed himself with a knife and stabbed Smith in self-defense.
Smith is next scheduled to appear in court May 3.


Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Suicide sweeps California based Marine Corps unit


Suicide sweeps California based Marine Corps unit
OCEANSIDE – We’ve heard the staggering statistic that 22 veterans commit suicide every day. That statistic may be a low estimate. The VA study that released the number covered suicide rates in 21 states. Data from states with the highest population of veterans, including California, was not included. CW 6’s Amy DuPont meet with Marines from a California-based unit that has suffered more casualties from suicide than combat.
Pamela Kass knew this day was coming. She knew she would bury her son. Pamela knew her son Christopher couldn’t heal from the invisible wounds he suffered serving his country. She knew she couldn’t save him and that Christopher was unable to save himself.
Chris served with and deployed with the 2nd battalion 7th marine regiment based out of Twenty Nine Palms until he left the Marine Corps in 2013.  That’s when, like too many other marines from the 2/7, Chris starting to give up on life. “We’re doing something wrong. We’re letting them die. We ask them to serve our country to help another but then we’re not ensuring they are okay. That mentally they are okay. I don’t get it.”, says Pamela.
Suicide has spread through the 2/7 like a virus.  According to men who once served with the unit, at least 25 marines from the 2/7 have committed suicide since 2009. “I don’t count anymore. More people out of the 2/7 have died because of suicide than combat.”, say former 2/7 Marine Eric Durosky.
Chris joined the ranks of the fallen on march 28th. One month after his 26th birthday. His mom says because Chris was over 18 and he refused to seek  treatment there was nothing she could do. “We tried our best to get help for him. I think the system failed him. We begged for help for him, and we failed him.”
No one understands why the suicide rate among men of the 2/7 is 4 times the rate of other young male veterans. The men who’ve taken their own lives served at different times and in different conflicts. Some were fired upon. Others were not. Members of the 2/7 believe saving lives needs to start long before all men leave active duty.  “It needs to be done in house. It needs to be veterans. It needs to be people in that unit that talk each other and say I’ve felt that way before. You can get through it, don’t take that way out. It’s not a way out.”
Pamela Kass knew she would bury her son. Now she knows 25 other moms have done the same. She prays she is the last. “I don’t want to see someone else go through the same pain we are going through. If we can save a life maybe more then he doesn’t die in vain.”
The Mendleton foundation is helping at- risk California veterans find one another. Members, many of whom served, pour over social media pages and reach out to vets who post anything that appears to be a cry for help. The foundation also help families like Chris’ by providing them with uniform items at funerals.

The VA also offers a 24 hr. suicide prevention hotline. Call 1-800-273-8255 and press 1. You can also text 838255.
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USA -Two House Bills Would Completely Legalize Marijuana Across the U.S.

Yes, the United States federal government might just legalize marijuana. Two congressmen just filed two separate House Bills on Friday that together would legalize marijuana at the federal level. That means an effective end to the U.S. government’s prohibition policy on the plant.
Representative Jared Polis (D-Colorado) recently introduced the Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol Act. This Bill proposes just what it sounds like. Marijuana would be legal, but regulated like alcohol. The Bill would completely remove marijuana from the Controlled Substances Act’s schedules.
The Drug Enforcement Administration would no longer have any say or oversight in policing and regulating the plant. Instead, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, would handle regulation of legal marijuana in the same way they regulate alcohol.
Representative Earl Blumenauer (D-Oregon) also introduced the separate Marijuana Tax Revenue Act, which imposes a federal excise tax for regulated marijuana. While that might sound like a huge bummer to marijuana users, it provides a big incentive for politicians to make a progressive move on legalization.
States could still enact their own, individual prohibitions, but the federal ban that exists today would be gone.
Four states as well as the District of Columbia have completely legalized recreational marijuana. Washington DC still prohibits the sale of the plant, however. But beyond that, there are 23 states that have legalized marijuana for medical purposes. Proponents of legalization say it is only a matter of time before there is federal legalization… so what better time than now?

“While President Obama and the Justice Department have allowed the will of voters in states like Colorado and 22 other jurisdictions to move forward, small business owners, medical marijuana patients, and others who follow state laws still live with the fear that a new administration — or this one — could reverse course and turn them into criminals,” Representative Polis explained in a statement released on Friday.
“It is time for us to replace the failed prohibition with a regulatory system that works and let states and municipalities decide for themselves if they want, or don’t want, to have legal marijuana within their borders.”
Representative Blumenauer said that the federal prohibition of marijuana has been “a failure” and a profound waste of tax dollars that have needlessly ruined lives.

“As more states move to legalize marijuana as Oregon, Colorado, Washington and Alaska have done,” Blumenauer added, “it’s imperative the federal government become a full partner in building a workable and safe framework.”


Monday, April 25, 2016

Monsanto Proven To Be The Source of White Phosphorus Used in Gaza Massacre

ST. LOUIS — Monsanto Corporation, the agribusiness giant best known for its pesticides and genetically-modified crops, also manufactured white phosphorous for the U.S. government over at least the past 20 years. Used in incendiary military weapons, the United States sold white phosphorous-based weapons to Israel, which used those weapons to commit brutal war crimes against Palestinians living in Gaza in 2009.
White phosphorous is created from phosphorous through industrial processes — it is not a naturally occurring substance. Exposure can cause severe and often fatal burns, or other complications such as organ failure, with even survivors suffering from long-term health effects.
In addition to its use in weapons, white phosphorous is also used to create phosphoric acid, a key ingredient in some fertilizers, which likely explains why Monsanto would manufacture the substance.
At one point, Monsanto was the only U.S.-based firm manufacturing the substance. This, of course, caught the military’s attention.
According to heavily redacted government documents revealed by the blog Current Events Inquiry, the U.S. government saw Monsanto as a key supplier, fearing that global politics might interfere with the ability to import the substance from China or India, where most white phosphorous is manufactured due to flimsy environmental protections and oversight. The documents, originally posted on the U.S. Federal Business Opportunities website, state that because of this key role, Monsanto could require special government protections “in the event of a national emergency.”
Further evidence of Monsanto’s role in manufacturing white phosphorous can be found in a U.S. Department of Health and Human Services report from 1997, “Toxicological Profile For White Phosphorous,” which lists Monsanto facilities that store hundreds of thousands of pounds of the toxic chemical. The document also outlines some of the dangerous effects of white phosphorous: in addition to fatal or serious burns, exposure can result in chronic health problems, damage to the immune system, birth defects, and neurological damage.
Monsanto sold white phosphorous to the U.S. military’s Pine Bluff Arsenal, where it is stored in underwater tanks and manufactured into munitions. Then, the U.S. military sold white phosphorous to Israel, where it was used in war crimes during Israel’s “Cast Lead” offensive, which killed thousands of civilians from Dec. 27, 2008 to Jan. 18, 2009.’s Jason Ditz explains:
“The use of white phosphorus is not in and of itself a war crime, and is generally considered acceptable as a means of obscuring troop movements or illuminating areas. Its use in civilian areas however, even if not directed at the civilian population, is banned under the Geneva Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons.”
Yet Israel had flaunted international law once again, using white phosphorous rounds over some of Gaza’s most “densely populated areas,” according to a March 2009 report from Human Rights Watch, despite acknowledging that white phosphorous can cause horrific burns and fatal health complications
“A medical report prepared during the recent hostilities by the Israeli ministry of health said that white phosphorus ‘can cause serious injury and death when it comes into contact with the skin, is inhaled or is swallowed.’ Burns on less than 10 percent of the body can be fatal because of damage to the liver, kidneys, and heart, the ministry report says. Infection is common and the body’s absorption of the chemical can cause serious damage to internal organs, as well as death.
If the IDF intended to use white phosphorus as a smokescreen for its forces, it had a readily available non-lethal alternative to white phosphorus – smoke shells produced by an Israeli company, Human Rights Watch concluded.”
The same documents revealed by Current Events Inquiry show that Israel is taking a more direct role in the manufacture of white phosphorous today, now supplying it to the U.S. government via ICL Performance Products, a subsidiary of Israel Chemicals Ltd., which in turn can be traced back to the Ofer brothers, the country’s wealthiest family.
As for Monsanto, this is not the only time the corporation’s products have been linked to war crimes or cancer. The company was recently sued for manufacturing PCBs, a lingering environmental carcinogen, andglyphosate, a key ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup pesticide, may contribute to cancer. And the U.S. government used 20 million gallons of Monsanto’s “Agent Orange” defoliant during the Vietnam War, the effects of which continue to linger even today.

Denver - Getting Away With Murder


As reported here yesterday, Denver District Attorney Mitchell R. Morrissey issued a 177-word press release this morning confirming that “no criminal charges will be filed” against Colorado prison guard and Iron Order Motorcycle Club member Derek “Kong” Duran.
Duran indubitably carried an automatic pistol into the Colorado Motorcycle Expo in Denver on January 30. The Iron Order, many of whose members are peace officers, military policemen and prison guards advises its members to carry pistols and conducts role playing classes for members – the club calls the classes TRU Training – about how to contrive confrontations with members of traditional motorcycle clubs and civilians which may lead to gun play and what to say to investigators afterward.
Over the last forty years, all traditional motorcycle clubs have collaborated to create a sophisticated code of intra-club and interclub behavior that unambiguously defines the use of symbols of organizational identity (to borrow Wiliam Dulaney’s phrase) and an evolved etiquette that allows clubs to avoid confrontations with one another. This evolved etiquette – defining who can be assumed to be whom, who can be where when, and when fights can be avoided and when they cannot – has been the dominant characteristic of outlaw motorcycle clubs since the 1980s. Anyone who knows anything about outlaw bikers knows that club members are very private and that clubs have very many rules. Outlaw motorcycle clubs are paramilitary fraternities that value self-reliance, discipline and courage. They are not, to use a common phrase, “mafias on wheels.”


The Iron Order has gone out its way to parody and insult these club conventions and that, according to numerous witnesses, is what led to the tragedy in Denver. Duran and other Iron Order members went to the Expo wearing black and white insignia that parodied the Mongols’. They did not avoid the Mongols but rather sought them out. They didn’t just seek them out but went out of their way to challenge them. Their actions were premeditated and strategic and were intended to shove the Mongols into a psychological corner in which their choices were either to be “punked” or to fight. The Mongols, predictably, fought.
Duran, who appears in photographs to have been intoxicated won his individual fight by pulling a gun and shooting his opponent in the stomach. Iron Order members habitually gloat about shooting members of other clubs by saying “He should have brought more than his fists to a gun fight.” It is almost a club maxim. After Duran seriously wounded a Mongol, he retreated to the high ground, at the top of a set of stairs, and continued to brandish his pistol in a threatening manner. Someone shot at him. The bullet grazed Duran and more seriously wounded another Iron Order member. In the District Attorney’s account, Mongol Victor Mendoza, whom Duran then killed, fired the shot that grazed Duran. Other accounts say the shot that grazed Duran and struck another Iron Order member was fired by an unknown person.
The District Attorney’s account appears to be contradicted by photographic evidence.
Four people were shot in the encounter. Two of them were struck by a single bullet fired, the District Attorney alleges, by Mendoza. The other two were shot by Duran. Duran shot first. By most accounts, Duran was the first person involved in the altercation to use deadly force.


The incident at the Denver Expo was the third Iron Order homicide in 19 months.
In June 2014 during an apparently contrived confrontation, Iron Order prospect Kristopher Stone shot Black Piston Zachariah “Nas T” Tipton in the head after Tipton punched him in the nose at a bike night at Nippers Beach Grille in Jacksonville Beach, Florida.
Police immediately determined that Stone had acted in self defense when he shot at Tipton four times as Tipton was backing away from him because Stone, an Army Reserve medic, knew that a blow to the head could be deadly. Stone had a slight fracture of his nose which prosecutors interpreted as a threat of “imminent death or great bodily harm.”
Stone was moved out of Florida by Iron Order club officers including current club vice president Mike “Cgar” Crouse. Crouse is an Army Lieutenant Colonel and former military policemen. An Iron Order attorney and club officer named John C. “Shark” Whitfield conferred with police after the murder. State Attorney Angela Corey, who is a little famous for having indicted vigilante George Zimmerman, stonewalled the public about the case until November 7 when she officially announced that Stone had acted in self defense. The statement she released was larded with gratuitous innuendo and, in some cases – particularly summaries of witness statements, with outright lies.
On June 19, 2015 a student at Alvernia University in Reading, Pennsylvania named Tonya M. Focht was punched in the face and either shoved or pratfalled under the wheels of a car during a fight between her boyfriend, a former Pagan named Mark Groff, and Iron Order Reading chapter sergeant at arms Wayne “Mo” Ritchie and Iron Order Reading chapter member Timothy “Munch” Martin. Groff has alleged that Focht was murdered. A month after she died Berks County District Attorney John T. Adams ruled that Focht’s death had been an accident and charged Groff with disorderly conduct.

Officially Speaking

The Denver District Attorney’s complete statement on his decision not to charge Duran with anything – not anything at all including disorderly conduct – reads in full:
“The investigation into the shooting at the Denver Coliseum on January 30, 2016, in which one person was killed and several others were injured, has concluded; no criminal charges will be filed.
“The extensive investigation, which has been ongoing since January 30th, confirmed that following a confrontation, shots were fired by both Derek Duran and Victor Mendoza. It was determined that Duran fired a shot first, injuring one person. Within a minute or so of that shot, Mendoza fired at Duran, grazing Duran’s torso and hitting another man behind Duran. Duran immediately fired a shot at Mendoza, killing him.
“The lengthy investigation was complicated in part by the large number of eyewitnesses and numerous 911 callers. In addition to the four people hit by gunfire, there were also two additional assault victims and a victim who had been stabbed during the incident.
“The case was presented for consideration of charges yesterday, and the legal review concluded that there is no likelihood of a conviction due to the self-defense claim of Mr. Duran.”


Sunday, April 24, 2016

Saturday, April 23, 2016

BIG NEWS! Nebraska is now the third state without civil forfeiture!

Nick Sibilla, Contributor
Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts signed a bill on Tuesday that eliminates civil forfeiture, which allows law enforcement to seize and keep property without filing charges or securing criminal convictions. The bill, LB 1106, passed the unicameral legislature last week by a vote of 38 to 8.

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Civil forfeiture has ensnared a wide swath of victims in Nebraska. A Peruvian pastor once had $14,000 seized during a traffic stop. Only after the local chapter of the ACLU intervened was he able to recover his cash. Last year, a federal appellate court upheld forfeiting more than $63,000 in savings from a decorated Air Force veteran, even though he was never charged with a crime.

The newly signed law provides sweeping reforms. First and foremost, Nebraska now requires a criminal conviction to forfeit property. The accused must be convicted of an offense involving illegal drugs, child pornography or illegal gambling to lose their cash, vehicles, firearms or real estate. Nebraska joins just nine other states that require a criminal conviction as a prerequisite for most or all forfeiture cases. Following North Carolina and New Mexico, Nebraska is now the third state largely without civil forfeiture. In addition to the criminal conviction requirement, LB 1106 also enacts new reporting requirements for seizures and forfeitures.

But the legislation, introduced by Sen. Tommy Garrett, does not rectify the state’s incentive to forfeit property. Back in 1984, Nebraska voters approved an amendment to the state constitution that allocates fifty percent of drug forfeiture funds to law enforcement, with the other half directed to schools. Since 2011, agencies have received over $3 million in forfeiture proceeds under state law. According to a recent report by the ACLU of Nebraska, “significant amounts of money have been seized through the state system from people who have never been charged with a crime.” Nebraska’s motivation to police for profit remains unaltered by LB 1106—only another constitutional amendment can change that.

Yet LB 1106 does take aim at an even more egregious form of police profiteering. By participating in a federal forfeiture program known as “equitable sharing,” state and local agencies can move to forfeit property under federal law and receive up to 80 percent of the proceeds.

Tempted by the higher payout, police and prosecutors routinely turned to equitable sharing to federalize forfeiture cases. Between 2000 and 2013, Nebraska law enforcement collected more than $48 million in federal forfeiture funds, a report by the Institute for Justice found. A separate investigation by The Washington Post identified 889 cash seizures “from people who were not charged with a crime and without a warrant being issued” that were conducted in Nebraska since 9/11.

To curtail equitable sharing, LB 1106 bans state and local agencies from transferring seized cash and property under $25,000. The new law does allow transfers to occur if the property was “physically seized by a federal agent” and if the person who had their property seized is “the subject of a federal prosecution.” The only other state that currently restricts equitable sharing is New Mexico, though its anti-circumvention limit is set at $50,000.

Although Nebraska’s reform is not as sweeping as New Mexico’s, it will still go far in protecting property from unjust takings. Data analysis by the Institute for Justice found that in 2013, out of all properties seized under equitable sharing in Nebraska, 78 percent were under $25,000. In fact, half of all seized assets were valued at under $6,035.
LB 1106 comes at an opportune time. Facing budget cuts, the Justice Department temporarily suspended equitable sharing last December, but unfortunately decided to revive the program in late March.

“Civil forfeiture is one of the most serious assaults on due process and private property rights in America today,” IJ’s Legislative Counsel Lee McGrath said in a statement. “Today’s decision to abolish civil forfeiture will ensure that only convicted criminals—and not innocent Nebraskans—lose their property to forfeiture.”

If you or anyone you know has been a victim of civil forfeiture, please contact the Institute for Justice. For more information on civil forfeiture, visit


Friday, April 22, 2016


If you've decided to carry a firearm for personal protection (or even if you're just thinking about it), it's critical that you realize the MOMENT you're forced to draw your gun in self-defense there will be 100+ decisions you'll need to make in a split second.
If you need to take the time to THINK about these decisions, there's a good chance you'll make a choice that will put you in jail... or worse. You need to have these decisions programmed into your brain BEFORE you leave your house with your gun!
That's why we produced a Concealed Carry guide so that you can easily learn and remember what you need to know BEFORE leaving home with your gun.
Download it here:


Thursday, April 21, 2016

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Colorado - Kong Gets A Pass

Iron Order patch holder Derrick “Kong” Duran, in the photo above, will not be charged with any crime after murdering Mongols Motorcycle Club member Victor “Nubs” Mendoza last January 30 during the Colorado Motorcycle Expo in Denver.

According to a credible source with specific knowledge of the incident, the homicide was investigated by the Denver Police Department. The police recommended that Duran be charged with first degree murder but Denver District Attorney Mitchell Morrissey declined to press charges. Morrissey believed that there was “sufficient evidence” to support Duran’s claim that he acted in “self defense.”

The only statements given to police in the case were made by members of the Iron Order. Mongols who might have been witnesses declined to give statements to police. The evidence Morrissey believed substantiated Duran’s claim was comprised of statements made by Iron Order members including Duran.

Three Shots Fired

Sources The Aging Rebel considers to be credible have outlined a chronology of the events that led to Mendoza’s death

The Aging Rebel believes that members of the Iron Order intentionally sought out  and harassed Mongols working at a tee-shirt stand in the basement of the National Western Stock Show complex where the Expo was being held. A fist fight ensued. Duran became engaged with a Mongol named “Herc” Chadwick. When Chadwick began to prevail, Duran shot him in the stomach. That was the first of what sources have stated were three shots fired.

Duran, accompanied by other Iron Order members, ran to the top of the stairs and brandished the pistol with which he had just shot Chadwick. Almost simultaneously, Mendoza began to run up the stairs after Duran and an unidentified person fired a second shot. The bullet superficially grazed Duran and struck an Iron Order member The Aging Rebel believes to have been Daniel “Penguin” McAllister. McAllister told police the man who shot him was wearing “red.” That shooter has never been identified. The bullet that hit McAllister came to rest near his spine and cannot be removed – so no ballistics testing has ever been done on it.

Duran then fired the third shot which killed Mendoza.

Seven people were hospitalized as a result of the confrontation between members of the two clubs.


Monday, April 18, 2016

Bikers of Lesser Tolerance - BOLT of California's


I want to go over the history of this stop, yes five cops, the 5th is a motorcycle cop; he is the one who took this infamous picture. And the judge ruled NOT GUILTY, and there is a huge difference between simply "dismissed" and "not guilty".

There were a couple of other BOLT members involved getting citations for the same type of helmet. One of them was stopped on the freeway in Roseville and made to stand there for 45 minutes because the sack o shit cop wanted the BOLT member's wife to bring him another helmet. Now remember, a helmet citation falls under Division 12 of the CA vehicle code, making it an equipment violation, same as a burnt out tail light. So how would you feel if the cop made you stop driving your car until your wife showed up with a new tail light bulb? Think about it.

One CHP cop; Officer Dimiceli swore he would break BOLT. Allegedly CHP Officer Dimiceli was passing on information or working with Rancho Cordova PD; Sacramento Sheriff's department and had at least one contact with the DA's office over Mark's and others citations. Hence the five cops for one helmet ticket.

Now remember while all of these law enforcement agency's are attacking BOLT members, the helmets have not been legally found "illegal". CHP Officer Dimiceli told Mark to stop wearing that helmet or he would be arrested. Cops cannot simply tell you what to do, it has to be a "lawful" order, not just because an ignorant cop doesn't like what you are wearing.

CHP Office Dimiceli arrested Mark for failure to obey a lawful order, a misdemeanor. Mark was handcuffed and thrown in jail, incarcerated in downtown Sacramento.

I think I picked him up around midnight after being released. Now remember a helmet ticket is an equipment violation, remember that.

Mark was found NOT GUILTY on all charges, all citations.

But look at the stress this causes the families, friends and of course on those fighting for YOUR RIGHT TO DECIDE. If you honestly believe helmet laws are about "safety," then you are a fool.

We have a lot of BOLT members working on a multitude of issues, all regarding YOUR freedom...and it isn't just helmets.

What do we ask of you? Really not much, just a little support. BOLT now has filed a FEDERAL class action lawsuit against Rancho Cordova PD, Sacramento Sheriff's Dept, and CHP Officer Dimiceli is named in that suit.

You can go to the BOLT of CA website ; there is a Paypal link for donations to help pay for our lawsuit. 100% of the funds go into a trust account for this lawsuit. If you don't have cash to spare (small donations from a lot of people adds up) then maybe when you see a BOLT member, an appreciation of what BOLT members are actually doing for your freedom would be welcomed.

With respect, Mac Bolt


Sunday, April 17, 2016

Saturday, April 16, 2016


Please share or copy & paste this "go fund me" link and give what you can. This young man is wrongfully accused and they are trying to take him from us... Wrongfully! Step up to the plate. If you consider yourself a supporter, friend, family member now's the time to solidify. ‪#‎yeaberdoo‬


Friday, April 15, 2016

Thursday, April 14, 2016

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Biker bash gets the city’s motors running

BY ROBBY GAL Staff Writer
The Gallopin Goose was a busy place to begin with, but throw in thousands of tourists, bikers, locals and a whole host of weekend entertainment, and it becomes standing room only.
Coolidge’s Gallopin Goose hosted the first “Stroke a Goose” old school biker bash last weekend, with dozens of events that kept attendees entertained whether they stopped by for a day, a night or stayed the whole weekend.
The major attraction, Rusty Coones, “Sons of Anarchy” alum, and his band, Attikas 7, thrilled fans as one of the stars of the famed show about a motorcycle club, and even indulged attendees by doing a couple burnouts on site on a motorcycle.
Gallopin Goose owner Scott Wohrman explained that the event went better than he could have imagined, and the question he got after the fact was how many fights occurred.
“It went amazing,” Wohrman said. “All the entertainers involved were pros and treated everyone great. We didn’t have one single altercation.”
As promised, FX’s Half-pint Brawlers showed up and put on a great show.
“It really was a dream come true,” Wohrman said. “I want to thank Jimmy Smith and Stacey Humphreys from Jugs and Strokers. They were amazing and got all these great entertainers and bikers here for the event. I’m ecstatic about the way everything went.”
A variety of musical acts, vendors, and unique experiences made for a weekend for the ages and one all involved hope to make an annual event.


Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Sweetwater Harley-Davidson Offical shared their event.

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Join fellow motorcycle enthusiasts for a fun-filled day of riding to Idyllwil, a scenic destination nestled in the beautiful San Jacito mountains.

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New Zealand - Bandidos member loses fight with police over gun licence and 'gang' label

Submitted by THUMPERRRR

A bikie gang member has lost his appeal against the revocation of his gun licence, in what police hope could be a landmark case.
In at least two previous cases,  involvement with a gang has been held by the courts to be irrelevant when determining a person's fitness to hold a firearms licence.
Wade Victor Innes, from Wairarapa, had held a firearms licence since 1997. But police revoked it last July, claiming he had twice failed to update his address and had been seen wearing a Bandidos motorcycle club vest.
Parliament has listed the Bandidos as a criminal-affiliated gang, and police have described them as a worldwide organised crime syndicate that set up in New Zealand in 2012.
However, Innes argued at Masterton District Court that he was a family man who simply belonged to weekend bike club.
Judge Arthur Tompkins' said in his judgment: "The applicant ... says that whatever the organisation's international reputation might be, in New Zealand it is simply a law-abiding club for motorcycle enthusiasts."
Police Association president Greg O'Connor​ responded to that claim on Monday by saying: "I feel a Tui billboard coming on."
Innes could not be reached for comment. His lawyer, Ian Hard, said his client was a family man and plumber who liked bikes and joined a group he did not know had criminal links overseas: "He sees it as a weekend sort of bike club."
He said his client had no criminal convictions bar a traffic offence, and argued there was no evidence that any criminal activities had pervaded the Wairarapa chapter of the club.
"It is rather unfortunate that people who are joining a group quite naively can prevent them taking part in other activities they like."
When Innes renewed his licence in 2007, he said he possessed .22, .44 and .308 calibre guns.
The judge noted that Innes told police he had since disposed of the guns, but refused to say where, or with whom.
Police presented evidence of his gang associates' violence convictions, along with photographs that showed him drinking with several patched members at a Wellington pub, and stopping with them at a Levin petrol station.
They also said that, last January, Innes and 11 Bandidos members were stopped at a Kapiti petrol station.
Acting organised crime national manager Detective Inspector Stuart Mills said it was "very rare" for a patched gang member to hold a firearm licence. They were typically declined due to convictions or associations.
But the judge's ruling referenced the previous cases in which gang affiliations were deemed to be irrelevant. He said one of those cases appeared to be contradictory, in that it noted the risk that unlicensed gang members could get hold of a licensed comrade's guns.
The cases were also at odds with the Police Arms Manual, which identified criminal gang membership as grounds for rejecting a licence application, he said.
He concluded that Bandidos members were generally "not the types of people who should be 'entitled to lawful possession of firearms'."
Mills said police were considering what impact the decision might have for future proceedings, and whether it set a precedent.
O'Connor said: "I think every New Zealander would agree with the decision, and would find it astonishing that gang members had even been able to apply to be firearms licence owners anyway."


Monday, April 11, 2016

Some Harley motorcycles plagued by 'Death Wobble'

The last thing a rider wants to do on a motorcycle is lose control, but that's what some Harley-Davidson riders say happened to them.
To riders such as Vince Herre, the bikes are a status symbol. "I like it just because it's Harley-Davidson," Herre said.
Other riders, such as Cliff Anderson, said there's a certain amount of homegrown pride.
"It's an iconic piece of America," he says.
Riders such as Blake Tomlinson said they think riding a Harley-Davidson is a way of life.
"To drive one is the ultimate sense of freedom," Tomlinson said.
To Jerry Costa, it was only a matter of time before he owned one.
"I had Triumphs, a Suzuki, Hondas and Yamahas. I had all of them before I ever had a Harley," said Costa.
The Peoria biker has been riding for 40 years.
"This is my fifth Harley," Costa said.
But no amount of road experience could have prepared Costa for what happened in October along a scenic highway just south of Prescott.
"I wasn't doing anything out of the ordinary. I wasn't doing anything I hadn't done a thousand times before. I had been on that road a couple hundred times," Costa said.
Costa said his speed was about 25-30 mph when, "The whole bike started shaking. I had no idea why the bike was vibrating like that, and it wasn't a little vibrating. I never felt anything like that in my life."
"I got this thought in my head I'm going over the ravine, and I don't want to go down," Costa said.
Costa did go down and was flown to a Phoenix hospital, where he coded and then slipped into a coma. Five days later, he awoke with a quadruple compound leg fracture, eight broken ribs and a punctured lung.
His massive Harley-Davidson Road King was totaled.
Costa blames faulty equipment for the accident, but Harley blames him.
"They say it's operator error," Costa said.
Costa is not alone.
A CBS 5 Investigation found similar incidents across the U.S. The possible equipment malfunction Costa describes has become known as the Harley-Davidson Wobble, or "Death Wobble."
A camera mounted on a Georgia state trooper's police-issued Harley shows Officer Richard Barber traveling 90 mph along an interstate. His 2007 Harley Electra Glide begins to shimmy and wobble. Eventually, Barber is able to stop the bike safely.
But a Raleigh, N.C., police officer was not so lucky. In 2002, 30-year-old Charles Paul was thrown from his Harley Electra Glide after it began to wobble. He died, and his family later settled a wrongful death suit with Harley-Davidson in 2008.
Harley's have been widely used by law enforcement. But the California Highway Patrol decided not to put their troopers on Harley's after testing the bike by comparing it to BMW bikes. A 2006 test track video shows the Harley side-by-side with the BMW. In the video, you can see the Harley wobbles when heading into and out of turns. The CHP report also says the bike wobbled on the straightaways.
Court cases against the company have centered on these bikes: the Road King, Ultra Classic, the Electra Glide and FLH series. The suits focus on their patented design for keeping the engine mounted to the frame of the bike. Critics argue the system is susceptible to a side-to-side motion, causing a wobble.
Harley-Davidson does acknowledge that its bikes are susceptible to a weave or wobble -- depending on the bike's speed. But they said that this does not cause accidents, and that weave or wobble happens to other bike manufacturers, regardless if it is a Harley or not. Harley also said the wobble problem is worsened when riders add on certain parts and suggests people follow the owner's manual.
Jerry Costa said wobble is what happened to his bike, and it haunts him during his long days in physical therapy, where he learns how to do the simple task of moving his ankle again.
Costa can't sue Harley-Davidson because he's already settled with insurance, but he said he doesn't want a payout.
"That's not what I'm after. I want people to know about this. I don't want more people falling off these bikes," Costa said.



Sunday, April 10, 2016


“Transportation Stop” Action Script.


Transportation Stop” Action Script.

This information is provided by Eddie Craig (former deputy sheriff, and due process expert)

If necessary, print this out and keep it in your car for easy reference, but it will more effective if you practice it and memorize it like you would for a part in a play. The more you practice the material the more easily it will come to mind when needed and the more effectively you can assert your rights and protect them.

NEVER FORGET!! ALWAYS carry one or more audio/video recording devices with you into the public world. NEVER go out without them.
Try to make sure that they are always charged or have good batteries as necessary. The moment you suspect that you are going to have an encounter with some public servant/official, then, TURN THEM ON AND START RECORDING!
Having a pen and notepad of some kind readily available for taking notes is also recommended. Write down any names and badge numbers you receive and use them accordingly. It is also recommended that if you have a cell phone in addition to other recording devices, then, you ALSO call someone that can act as an audible witness to what is said during the encounter and possibly also record the conversation from their end as well. No matter what the officer says, DO NOT hang up the phone. If necessary, LIE about who you have on the phone!! Tell the officer that it is your legal counsel on the line and you will not comply with any of his/her demands without proper legal advice from your counsel.
There is no law against being on the phone during such an encounter, nor is there any legal basis for an officer to threaten you or demand that you disconnect your call during the encounter.  The idiotic claim that such a demand is related to “officer safety” is not a plausible basis for such demand.
What you say and do during a “transportation” stop can mean the difference between simply getting a citation (or not) and being released to continue on your way, or, being hauled off (illegally) to jail. These questions and actions are specifically designed to protect both your physical being and your fundamentally protected rights. If you fail to follow these recommended procedures then you should not be surprised when things do not go the way you want them to. Ignore these procedures at your own peril.

YOU must control the information exchange and your own emotional state. Do not become flustered, frustrated, afraid, or angry.

Maintain your composure and speak in a calm and collected voice and manner at all times. Treat the officer with respect. You want the video evidence to show that if anyone lost self-control during the encounter it was the officer(s) and not you. It is also important that you ask anyone else that may be with you to remain silent and to say and do nothing except as described herein. If they are unfamiliar with these concepts and procedures then it would be a good idea for you to either educate them on these concepts and procedures or simply don’t have them with you. Someone else can get you into just as many problems as you can yourself if they say or do things other than as described herein.
While I am aware that there is the ability to say less just as effectively, I believe that we should be working toward ending these abuses and behavior by our public servants by making a record that would allow us to take action against those of them that refuse to honor and obey our rights, their oath of office, and the limits of their power and authority. This script is intended to assist you in making a viable record that can be used in a lawsuit against these public servants in state and federal court. If you can get THEM talking about the violations they are perpetrating and their knowing and willful intent to commit those violations, then, a jury is much more likely to find in your favor when the officer(s) stand condemned from their own mouths and recordings.

Dos and Don’ts:

Do remember that an officer is REQUIRED to read you your rights before questioning or searching you if they have placed you in a custodial arrest. In Texas you ARE ALWAYS in a custodial arrest when stopped for an alleged “traffic offense” (see Secs. 543.001-.009, Texas Transp. Code). The reading of your rights is a mandatory requirement that works in your favor unless/until you behave stupidly by talking voluntarily (sees Art. 38.22, Texas Code of Crim. Proc.). Be aware, however, they almost NEVER do this, meaning that anything incriminating that you may say or that they may find can be suppressed as an involuntary or coerced statement or illegal warrantless search and seizure. You should also be aware that the officer(s) is/are trained to lie about you being in a custodial arrest and will most likely say instead that you are in an “investigative detention.” If you are in Texas (and most other “states”), then understand that this is a TOTAL LIE! You almost always ARE in a full-blown custodial arrest (see Legal Equation illustration below).
Don’t EVER answer an officer’s questions. You have the right to remain “silent,” so USE IT!
However, being “silent” DOES NOT mean to suddenly become a DEAF MUTE! It simply means that you are NOT to provide ANY information or documents in response to the officer’s demands or questions.
Invoke your fundamentally protected right to remain “silent” and to assistance of counsel, and then simply refuse to waive them, which you will do if you comply with the officer’s demands.
The foremost thing to remember in these situations is to NOT engage the officer(s) in idle conversation, dialog, or chitchat. It is important that the ONLY things you say to the officer(s) are specifically directed at the reservation and protection of your fundamentally protected rights, and nothing else. This is known as my self-imposed rule of “invoke, demand, protect.” Once you have invoked these rights NEVER waive or abandon them by ignoring these recommended procedures.
Questions like “Where are you coming from?”, “Where are you going?”, “Who are you meeting?” have NOTHING to do with a “transportation stop.” They are used simply to get additional information that may allow the officer to continue his witch hunt and escalate the severity of the charge(s) he might make against you. Also, NEVER answer questions like “Do you know why I pulled you over?” or “Are you aware that you?”
STOP HELPING HIM SCREW YOU OVER! DON’T ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS! Remember the cardinal rule about talking freely, SHUT UP, KEEP SHUTTING UP, and when you have done that, SHUT UP SOME MORE!

Whatever you say CAN and WILL be used against you in a court of law, so SHUT UP unless you are doing or saying something specified in this script!

Do remember to roll up ALL of your windows and to lock your doors whenever you get pulled over, and don’t ever open them or get out. That being said, MY personal habit, on warm and sunny days, has always been to carefully but quickly exit the car (keeping my hands in plain view) BEFORE the officer can prevent me from doing so, while simultaneously locking my doors, throwing the keys into the front seat, and closing the door. Doing this removes the possibility of you having access to any form of weapon that may be inside the car and could be used to injure the officer(s). In this way the officer no longer has the legal ability or excuse to conduct a warrantless search of your car, even if they tow it. Remember to keep a spare door key in your wallet, pocket, or purse if you do this. However, if it is freezing cold and/or pouring down rain, remain in your car and let the officer stand outside for as long as he likes in order to conduct his unlawful and illegal witch hunt while you take your time in following this script.
Don’t EVER roll down more than one (1) window at a time if you remain in your car during the stop, no matter what the officer(s) tell you to do. This eliminates the possibility of an officer fabricating an opportunity to escalate the stop by saying that the resulting cross-breeze allowed him/her to smell something. If you must open a different window then is certain that you have closed all other windows before doing so.
Don’t EVER roll down your one open window more than two and a-half (2.5) inches, no matter what the officer(s) tell you to do, and for the same reasons as stated above. Just say “I can hear you fine officer and I am most comfortable with the window at its current level, thank you.”
Don’t EVER provide an officer with any documents or other information that they demand. The legal ramifications to your fundamentally protected rights are devastating.
Don’t EVER give your consent to an officer to search your car for any reason. You are just asking to have incriminating evidence planted or discovered that could be used to criminally charge you, and it won’t matter if you knew it was there or not, YOU CONSENTED TO THE WARRANLTESS SEARCH!!
DON’T BE AN IDIOT! Don’t let them threaten or coerce you into waiving this right because it also attaches to the waiver of other important fundamental rights that are essential to your legal wellbeing.
Even if they threaten to have a canine unit report to the scene you must not waive this right. Tell the officer “I do not consent to being detained by you for any additional time or other purposes. Am I free to go or are you going to continue to illegally falsely imprison me beyond the time needed to conclude this stop?”
Officers will almost always insist that you are NOT under custodial arrest, but rather are simply being “detained” or are part of an “investigative detention.” This is a blatant lie most of the time. No officer has the authority to simply walk up and demand that you answer questions, produce ID, or provide them with your private information, verbally or otherwise. Be aware, however, that when you won’t submit and give them your information, their favorite tactic is to threaten to charge you with “Failure to Identify.” However, in Texas law (Sec. 38.02, Penal Code) you can be charged with “Failure to Identify”
ONLY if you have ALREADY been lawfully arrested for some other offense, or, you are being lawfully detained for questioning in a criminal investigation, and then ONLY under the following conditions and circumstances; in either case you are required to give ONLY your name, address, and DOB, nothing more; in the case of already being lawfully arrested for some other offense, you cannot refuse to provide these three things; in the case of being lawfully detained, you cannot provide false responses for these three things, but you CAN refuse to provide them at all. You can provide this information verbally (Texas). There is no law in Texas that requires that it be presented on some form of physical ID or document, nor could there be (anywhere USA) because there is not and cannot be a valid law that requires and compels a private individual to obtain and carry a state or federally issued form of ID.

WARNING! It is of the utmost importance that you understand the true nature and purpose of a “transportation” stop. The goal of every enforcement officer nationwide is to create a situation that culminates in one of two scenarios:

1)    A DUI bust
2)    A drug bust.

Dale Carson (a former Miami police officer, former FBI agent, and current lawyer) validates this claim in his book “Arrest-Proof Yourself: an Ex-Cop Reveals How Easy It Is for Anyone to Get Arrested.”

This is ALWAYS the goal. It is NEVER about “public safety.”

It is always about maximizing the potential charges against an individual and the revenue that a conviction on those charges generates. STOP HELPING “THEM” SET YOU UP FOR A FALL!
Also, DO NOT attempt to “educate” the officer(s) about what they can and cannot do or the law associated with “transportation” or the Code of Criminal Procedure. Register your verbal objection to their actions for the record by following the procedures below. Napoleon had it right when he said “Never interrupt your enemy while he is busy making mistakes.” Learn from this wisdom or you WILL make your own “fatal mistakes.”
Once you know the officer(s) name(s) and badge number(s) use them both together as often as practicable as shown in these procedures. Make him/them aware that they are being directly associated with any unlawful and illegal acts or violations of your fundamentally protected rights in which they might otherwise engage during this encounter. While it is not fatal to the situation if you fail to do so, it is relatively important that you try to do things in the order and verbiage presented below.
REMINDER: It is important that the only things you say to the officer(s) are specifically directed at the reservation and protection of your fundamentally protected rights and nothing else. Once you have invoked your rights NEVER waive or abandon them by ignoring the recommended procedures listed above and below.
Simply repeat the verbiage in items 1 & 2 as necessary for each new officer you speak with.
NOTE: Sub-items 2(a)-(c) are optional, but are also potentially useful during the discovery process if the claim is made later that the officer’s equipment was “malfunctioning” during the encounter. Bear in mind that these questions and statements by you are VERY important to the record you are trying to build, try to remember this and use them accordingly.
1) For the record, may I get your name and badge number please?
2) Officer _____________ Badge/ID # ________, is there a recording being made of this encounter?
a. Is that recording comprised of both audio and video?
b. Are you relatively certain that your recording equipment is functioning properly for the purposes
of making this recording?
c. Is your body microphone and camera, if any, turned on and functioning properly to the best of
your knowledge?
3) Officer _____________ Badge/ID # ________, what is the emergency and how can I help?
4) Officer _____________ Badge/ID # ________, what facts or information are you alleging gave you
probable cause to stop and accost me?
5) Officer _____________ Badge/ID # ________, do you have a properly signed and issued warrant
authorizing you to search me or my property?
a. (IF YES) Officer _____________ Badge/ID # ________, do you currently have that alleged
warrant in your possession, if so I would like to see it please?
6) Officer _____________ Badge/ID # ________, do you have a properly signed and issued warrant of
arrest that accurately describes or names me as the person to be arrested?
a. (IF YES) Officer _____________ Badge/ID # ________, do you currently have that alleged
warrant in your possession, if so I would like to see it please?
7) For the record, I am not “operating” in a “for hire” capacity by engaging in any form of “transportation”
or other commercial use of the highways. Officer _____________ Badge/ID # ________, please
acknowledge that you have been so informed.
8) Officer _____________ Badge/ID # ________, am I under custodial arrest?
9) If I am not under custodial arrest then am I free to go?
10) Officer _____________ Badge/ID # ________, what is the articulable probable cause that leads you
to believe that I have committed or am about to commit a crime that authorizes you to stop and
detain or arrest me?
11) For the record Officer _____________ Badge/ID # ________, in order to protect my rights and not
waive any by error or accident, I wish to clarify my legal understanding of the situation:
a. You said that I am not free to go, so I must conclude that I am in a custodial arrest and not simply
an investigative detention.
b. Therefore, I am invoking all of my fundamentally protected rights, including my right to remain
silent and my right to assistance of counsel.
c. From this point forward I do not consent to providing you with any information or documents that
could or will be used against me in a court of law or to possibly incriminate me, so please do not
ask me to produce anything and give it to you.
d. From this point forward please do not ask me to answer any questions or to perform any form of
test relating to any matter whatsoever without my attorney present.
e. Officer _____________ Badge/ID # ________, do you intend to harm, injure, or punish me by
any method of assault, arrest and/or incarceration because I have invoked these fundamentally
protected rights?
Understand this, when you refuse to produce the demanded documents or to answer any questions, the
officer is going to begin to get upset and continuously state that “… the law REQUIRES that you produce a
driver’s license and other information on demand of a law enforcement officer.” They are also prone to
falsely accusing you of obstructing or interfering with a public duty/officer or just outright threatening to
commit acts of violence against you and/or your property. DON’T FALL FOR THIS, IT IS A SCARE
TACTIC! Invoking and refusing to waive your fundamental rights is not and cannot be converted into a crime.
And if they DO arrest and charge you falsely for interfering/obstructing then you get to sue the crap out of
them. Just remember, when the officer(s) continue to demand that you produce a license, registration, proof
of financial responsibility, or any other information or document(s), despite their threats, repeat the following
ad nauseum:
12) For the record Officer _____________ Badge/ID # ________, no law is valid if it requires me in any
way to waive any fundamentally protected right in order to exercise any other right or alleged
privilege. And no law can convert the free exercise of any right into a crime. I have repeatedly
informed you that I choose not to waive any of my fundamentally protected rights.
13) So, I ask you again Officer _____________ Badge/ID # ________, do you intend to harm, injure,
steal my property, or otherwise punish me for invoking my fundamentally protected rights?

WARNING: Be prepared for the officer to do or threaten precisely that, and they usually start

by threatening you with all manner of unpleasantries, including falsified criminal charges. You only

need to use sub-item “a” once on the first officer that threatens you. When s/he/they begin(s) to do so,

state the following:

a. Officer _____________ Badge/ID # ________, due to your attitude, demeanor, and your
continuous threats to falsify charges and commit acts of violence against me and my property
while displaying a deadly weapon, I feel physically threatened and in fear for my life. I demand
that you cease and desist and request the immediate presence of a supervisor. I do not consent to
any of your actions, the use of force against me or my property, or to being forced to exit my car
for any purpose, especially so that you may attempt to steal my property and/or assault, injure or
kill me.
14) Officer _____________ Badge/ID # ________, you are fully aware that I have already invoked my
fundamentally protected right to remain silent and my right to assistance of counsel. Do you intend to
continue in your unlawful efforts to violate my rights?
a. It is my belief that the information you are demanding may possibly be used against me in a court
of law or in an attempt to incriminate me.
b. And if that is so, then, upon the advice of legal counsel I must respectfully decline to provide you
with any information or evidence that possibly can or would be used against me for those
15) Officer _____________ Badge/ID # ________, I am asking you again, do you intend to continue to
deny me in my rights and to falsely imprison me or am I free to go?
WARNING: Be certain to keep your face as far away from the window opening as possible while sitting
normally. Never exhale or speak directly into the opening or toward the officer(s) face(s). Doing
so will almost certainly result in the following scenario. Read the Do’s and Don’ts to better
understand why.
If the officer makes any statement making a direct accusation against you or directed toward escalating the
stop to the status of a DUI or drug bust situation, and they almost certainly will, you MUST be prepared to
rebut it INSTANTLY. If any officer makes ANY statement resembling either of the following, BEWARE and
immediately respond accordingly!!
OFFICER: “Sir/Ma’am, I smell alcohol/marijuana and I am going to have to ask you to step out of the
vehicle.”; or
“Sir/Ma’am, are you aware that you ( allegedly did something ) and I am going to have to ask
you to step out of the vehicle.” (Be sure that s/he IS lying in this case.)
16) YOU: Officer _____________ Badge/ID # ________, your statement is patently false and
an outright lie. Are you now trying to fabricate probable cause by making false statements into
the record and false allegations against me?
a. Even if they threaten to have a canine unit report to the scene or to break out your windows you
must not waive your fundamentally protected rights out of fear. Tell the officer I do not consent
to being detained for any additional time or other purposes. Am I free to go or are you going to
continue to illegally terrorize, threaten and falsely imprison me beyond the time needed to
conclude this alleged “transportation stop?
b. Repeat steps 12 – 16a as required for each new or continued demand or threat imposed by the officer(s).
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