Outlaws rule in Confederation of Colors here in the state of Tennessee.
Posted in the Cookeville Forum
#1 May 28, 2010
Whether you like it or not this is written in black and white letters. Plan and simple.
#2 May 28, 2010
I totally agree with you ,keep up the good work and the BLACK and WHITE FAITH.
#3 May 28, 2010
Do you actually know any full patch Outlaws? Do they know you are on here running your mouth constantly? Do you know they DONT like that? Do you know you can BETTER support them by not being on here inciting arguments all the time? I support the B&W too, and there's a better way to do it than constantly stirring the pot on here.
#4 May 28, 2010
Yes, I do know several of the full patch holders. I'm trying to get my point across. It just pisses me off to see such disrespect on here that the Cookeville gives them.
#5 May 28, 2010
I dont give a damn how bad it pisses you off, keep you mouth shut and your nose out of our buisness...STFU!
#6 May 28, 2010
Cookeville really didnt have a whole lot to say about the black and white as much as they did the gray and white from Lebanon. Best I can make out of all this crap sandra you were one of the First ones to start bringing the black and white into it back in December when you started this confederation of "colors" which almost everyone except YOU knows damn good and well its "clubs". The only point you seem to be getting across to everybody is you run your mouth to much about something you DO NOT know jack sh!t about. You need to shut your "f"n mouth before you do take a dump in the ROSE BUSH...Got it...STFU.
#7 Jun 1, 2010
The Outlaws Motorcycle Club maintains a sophisticated cocain and methamphetamine distribution network through its chapters across the state. It controls a large number of associates and puppet clubs that it uses to retail drugs. Associates are individuals known by club members but who have no standing within the club. They are allowed to hang around the clubhouse, attend parties and, at times, ride with club members. They often are given odd jobs or tasked with drug retail sales. Some associates are well-connected businesspeople whose line of work may be beneficial to the club and its activities. Puppet clubs are smaller motorcycle clubs within the sphere of influence of the major club. Members of puppet clubs can attend club meetings and wear a support patch identifying them with the major club. They do menial tasks, perform guard duty, commit violent crimes, and retail drugs, essentially keeping the major club and its members from getting "dirty." Each Outlaws member has at least 5 to 10 associates, and each major chapter maintains 1 to 5 puppet clubs.
from US DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE website
#11 Jun 4, 2010
FOURTEEN MOTORCYCLE GANG LEADERS AND MEMBERS PLEAD GUILTY
IN DETROIT TO VIOLENT CRIME, DRUG AND FIREARMS CHARGES
WASHINGTON Fourteen members of the Outlaws Motorcycle Club have pleaded guilty in
Detroit to charges including violent crimes in aid of racketeering, illegal drug distribution and
firearms violations, Assistant Attorney General Lanny A. Breuer of the Criminal Division, U.S.
Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan Terrence Berg and Thomas Brandon, Special Agent-in-
Charge of the ATF Detroit Field Division, announced today.
The guilty pleas included leaders, members and gang associates of Outlaws chapters in Fort
Wayne, Ind., Indianapolis, and areas of Detroit including Eastside, Detroit Westside, Downriver and
Bay City. The defendants were charged with various crimes including violent crimes in aid of
racketeering; conspiracy to commit violent crimes in aid of racketeering; distribution and possession
with intent to distribute cocaine, methamphetamine, marijuana and hashish; possessing a firearm after
conviction for a felony; and sale of a firearm to a known felon.
Unfortunately, far too many Americans live in fear of gang-related violence, july 26,2009
#12 Jun 16, 2010
Federal agents attempting to arrest two members of the Outlaws motorcycle gang as part of a seven-state sweep shot and killed one of them in an early morning gunfight Tuesday.
More than two dozen Outlaws members across the country were charged Tuesday in Virginia with participating in a criminal enterprise.
A SWAT team from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives was fired upon at about 6 a.m. while attempting to arrest Thomas "Tomcat" Mayne, 59, the regional treasurer for the Outlaws, along with Kenneth Chretian, according to ATF spokesman Michael Campbell.
Mayne was killed. Two women also were in the house, but nobody else was injured in the shootout, according to the attorney general's office.
The SWAT team was used because the ATF viewed the suspects as being part of a "violent criminal enterprise," said Glenn N. Anderson, ATF special agent in charge of the Boston office. He said the agents were fired at when they arrived.
Authorities found a shotgun and a handgun inside the house after the shooting.
Mayne was one of 27 members and associates of the American Outlaw Association motorcycle gang charged in the indictment unsealed Tuesday in Richmond, Va. A federal grand jury charged many of the defendants with racketeering for allegedly participating in a criminal enterprise involved in attempted murder, kidnapping, extortion, illegal gambling and drug dealing. Defendants are from Wisconsin, Maine, Montana, North Carolina, Tennessee, South Carolina and Virginia.
In Milwaukee, ATF agents served a search warrant at the American Outlaw Association headquarters, a foreboding black building adorned with red-eyed skulls over crossed pistons and a sign showing an extended middle finger. Arrested there was Jack Rosga, whom federal officials described as the group's national president. The agents also carried out a number of boxes, plastic bags and file folders.
A federal judge in Milwaukee ordered Rosga held Tuesday until he could be transferred to Virginia.
Chip Burke, the defense attorney representing Rosga until his transfer, said prosecutors may be overstating Rosga's role with the group. He noted Rosga is charged with two counts of conspiracy but wasn't explicitly accused of committing violence.
The indictment alleges the Outlaws were engaged in violent activities to expand their influence and gain control against rival motorcycle gangs, including the Hell's Angels.
One count alleges that Rosga directed gang members to retaliate against the Hell's Angels for an attack on Outlaws members, resulting in a murder attempt in Canaan, Maine.
In Old Orchard Beach, the shooting happened at a brown, shingled home on a quiet cul de sac, and there were no outward signs of any motorcycle gang activity.
The tax assessor's office indicated the home is owned by Thomas Mayne, his wife and Chretian. Friends say Chretian was Mayne's brother-in-law.
Despite the shooting, there was no cause for alarm for either residents or tourists visiting Old Orchard Beach, said Police Chief Dana Kelley. He declined to comment on the motorcycle gang's presence in the town
#13 Jun 16, 2010
KNOXVILLE, Tenn.(WVLT)-- Federal prosecutors say they've dealt a major blow to the infamous Outlaws Motorcycle Gang. This after the arrest of its regional president, right here in Knoxville.
55-year-old Mark Lester, known as "Ivan" in the underground biker world, stands accused of running the Knoxville chapter of the Outlaws.
Lester, and 26 other high ranking Outlaws members, including the national president, were indicted by a federal grand jury in Virgina.
"Everybody around here knows that they're the Outlaws, but we didn't know that they were that involved," said neighbor Elaine Howerton. Howerton was the only neighbor we found not afraid to talk about Lester.
"You'll see cars and motorcycles lined up, up through there and stuff, and they just have their own parties," said Howerton. Ever had any run-ins with them? "No."
Charges against Lester and others include attempted murder, assault, narcotics distribution and regular use of firearms.
Lester's arrest is an effort to "...dismantle a gang whose entire environment revolves around violence," said the U. S. Attorney's Office.
Outside the Outlaws' compound in North Knoxville we found one biker who refused comment.
"Everybody pretty much minds their own business. They don't bother us and we don't bother them. It's just one of those things, you just don't get involved," said Howerton
hahaha..hahaheheho...black and white rules,hahaha
#14 Oct 11, 2010
Sometimes... Just sometimes dont believe anything you read and only half of what you see and hear... Media play kids, just media play. Is everyone watching Sons of Anarchy or something????
#15 Oct 12, 2010
its not the media, its called a "federal indictment"!
#16 Jan 5, 2013
highwaymen rule outlawa eat beef
#17 Jan 5, 2013
detroit highwaymen r kings of the d outlaws r like the girl scouts u bitch outlaws got any thin mint cookies for sale outlaws eat big black cock and seem to enjoy them dicks in their faces and fat ass outlaws mist call the detroit highwaymen daddy
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