Pagans Assaulting Customers in Local Bar.

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Concerned Citizen

United States

#1 Apr 12, 2009
Friday night there was an incident at Buck's Tavern in Rising Sun. A customer simply trying to pass by a group of Pagans on his way to the bathroom said excuse me several times. No response from the group so he tried to squeeze his way through. A wife of one of the Pagans was bumped (not injured by the way). The Pagans proceeded to beat the heck out of the customer by getting him down on the ground and punching him in the head. His elbow was also disclocated. He ended up in the hospital. One of these criminals owns Jim's Produce Market. Please boycott this establishment if you don't agree with this type of senseless violence.
CCLurker

Washington, DC

#2 Apr 12, 2009
what is wrong with people these days....sad news.
Concerned Citizen

United States

#3 Apr 13, 2009
Does no one care that these people make illegal money and then come in and assault innocent people trying to enjoy themselves?
SASSYONE

Baltimore, MD

#4 Apr 15, 2009
What would you like people who didn't witness this event to do about it, was it reported? didn't hear anything about it except on here

Since: Sep 08

Fort Huachuca, AZ

#5 Apr 16, 2009
Does anyone know the man that was injured? Were the police called? I go there regularly and I know Jim. This doesn't sound like him but, you never know. I just hope that something is done about it. They really do have great food there.
Concerned Citizen wrote:
Friday night there was an incident at Buck's Tavern in Rising Sun. A customer simply trying to pass by a group of Pagans on his way to the bathroom said excuse me several times. No response from the group so he tried to squeeze his way through. A wife of one of the Pagans was bumped (not injured by the way). The Pagans proceeded to beat the heck out of the customer by getting him down on the ground and punching him in the head. His elbow was also disclocated. He ended up in the hospital. One of these criminals owns Jim's Produce Market. Please boycott this establishment if you don't agree with this type of senseless violence.
SASSYONE

Jarrettsville, MD

#6 Apr 17, 2009
Concerned citizen did you witness this yourself or his this something you heard about.
Concerned Citizen

United States

#7 Apr 18, 2009
Believe me Sassyone I have my facts straight. Someone could have died that night.
SASSYONE

Jarrettsville, MD

#8 Apr 20, 2009
do you know the person who was injured? how are they now. If the police were called i'm surprised the good ole cecil whig didnt do a story on it.
What happened

Baltimore, MD

#10 May 13, 2009
Haven't heard anything else about this. Concerned citizen doesn't seem to replying anymore. Does anyone know if the guy who was assualted is ok. Did the police ever get involved?
Hmmm

Oxford, PA

#11 May 21, 2009
This is an unfortunate result of being in the wrong place at the wrong time and not understanding club rules. Pagans have rules they must adhere to, a creed so to speak. One of these rules is that if a non-member touches a member who doesn't want to be touched, whether inadvertant or not, it may be considered an assault and the Pagan can retailiate. If there is a group and a chapter president (diamond shaped patch on the top of his colors) or worse, a mother club member (13), and he tells them to retailate, they better retailate or they will be disciplined severely by the club. If there were Pagan Prospects, this show of loyalty may help them get into the club which is what they'll do anything for. I don't know this "Jim's" rank in the club but if he is a Pagan and he failed to join his brothers in the retaliation against this patron, he may be the next to receive a beating. In no way does all this make it right or excuse these guys from beating this guy at Buck's. It's just a little insight at the mentality of the Pagans. It is very likely that the guy who was beaten will not cooperate with the police as far as identifying and prosecuting because he fears retaliation. But this is just my $.02
Concerned Citizen

United States

#12 May 22, 2009
Thanks 4 the insight but as far as I know the customer said excuse me 3 times. It seems like a setup by jerks on a power trip with nothing better to do. And also as far as I know the guy has recovered. Police were callled but I don't know if anyone was charged with anything.
Katie

Nottingham, MD

#13 May 25, 2009
never saw or heard a word about this one..... doubt it.. dont believe it...
rising sun momma

Ashland, KY

#14 Jun 18, 2009
In the '70's, rumor has it, that Jim of "Jim's Market" killed a man at one of the local bars in town. That bar in now known as "Uncle Willy's." As I said this is hearsay, but my source is quite reliable as she knew Jim very well in the '70's and went to school with him. He is a known Pagan.
WHAT

United States

#15 Jul 24, 2009
so what ever happened to the person who got hit? I personally don't care what the rumors are if he is or isnt has nothing to do with what happened there. People probably shouldn't be spreading rumors on here. If you really want to know why dont you ask him. hes not hard to find
fake bikers

Clayton, DE

#16 Jul 24, 2009
pegans lmfao! these are meth junkiez or crack heads not pegans .most so called pegans in cecil co dont even own a motorcycle!!!!
sassyone

Finksburg, MD

#17 Aug 10, 2009
fake bikers wrote:
pegans lmfao! these are meth junkiez or crack heads not pegans .most so called pegans in cecil co dont even own a motorcycle!!!!
wow a bold statement to type. wonder if you would tell one of them that?
observer

United States

#19 Sep 26, 2009
Apparently, Concerned Citizen doesn't always get his facts straight. It wasn't active Pagans at the bar in question. Jim isn't a Pagan anymore, and hasn't been for some time. Perhaps stereotyping everyone because they are a Pagan isn't such a good idea. The fellow that pushed through the group hit a beer bottle that was in Jim's wife mouth at the time, and chipped her tooth. He said nothing to her regarding that. That is why he got beat up. If he had simply said, "I'm sorry, I didn't mean to do that." He wouldn't have got beat up. Common courtesy goes a long way, and it seems to be a dying art.
Jim's market is the best produce stand in the area to buy fruits, and vegetables. He sells nothing bad. He sorts through everything he gets, and removes rotten produce.
The 70's incident you are talking about happened at Lafayette Inn, and the fellow wasn't killed. He had been looking for Jim. When Jim found him at the bar and questioned him, he took a swing at one of the guys that was with Jim....wrong move...
To all the chatter Boxes

Oxford, PA

#20 Sep 26, 2009
If people do not know the facts about that night at Bucks then they should not be writing false statements (that would be the concerned citizen) Like the person said in the last post had that cocain head that bumped into Jims wife had appologized then all this would have never happened It is horrible people judge people for what they were. Jim and his wife are the best people I know!!
pahousewife

Oxford, PA

#21 Sep 26, 2009
Jims market is an awesome place to shop. Everyone there is kind.
Concerned Citizen

United States

#22 Sep 27, 2009
Excuse me but I believe common courtesy is saying excuse me three times while trying to get by. If and I mean if her tooth got chipped it's because the big bad bikers didn't feel like moving for a little skinny guy. Is it acting like a rational human being or an animal to put someone in the hospital for a chipped tooth? By the way Jim must have known he was in the wrong to offer to pay the thousands in medical bills. Which by the way remain unpaid.

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