The oral arguments this morning in the Mongols Nation case, made before a three judge panel of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in Pasadena, were as arcane and nonsensical as an argument between John Duns and Thomas Aquinas over the limits by which reality may be understood through philological inference: Particularly if one begins every other sentence with the word “gang.”Read More
By Don J. DeBenedictis
Santa Ana - A judge wrestled Monday with the unprecedented question of whether federal prosecutors can snatch away trademarks of the notorious Mongols motorcycle gang to prevent members from wearing the gang's patch or using the Mongol name.
By The Pasadena Star News
MAYWOOD >> Members of the Mongols Motorcycle Club joined with thousands of bikers from throughout the region Saturday at a rally to garner support and funds to combat a lawsuit brought by federal authorities seeking to take control of the Mongols’ trademarked logo.
LAS VEGAS -- Quiet Boulder City might seem an odd place for the notorious Mongols Motorcycle Club to hold its national meeting, and that's what law enforcement thought too.
A continuing battle over the police response to last summer's biker gathering has exposed an ugly side to politics in Boulder City. That town's police chief alleges he's the victim of religious persecution.
Police Chief Tom Finn says his enforcement efforts against the Mongols have put him at odds with the city's entire power structure.Read More
If the federal case against Mongol Christopher Bryan “Stoney” Ablett proves anything, it proves that American federal “justice” is a crooked shell game played in a back alley at midnight.
Ablett is accused of killing Hells Angels Frisco charter President Marc “Papa” Guardado a little before 10:30 p.m. on September 2, 2008.Read More