Monday, June 8, 2015

Bikers are the new "domestic terror threat"

Have a gander at this story.

Ex-biker gang leader's brother slain in burned Gary home

GARY, Ind. (AP) -- Authorities say a man found slain inside a        
burning Gary home over the weekend was the brother of a former Outlaws Motorcycle Club leader who's facing federal racketeering charges.
The Lake County sheriff says 68-year-old Gerald Yager was handcuffed and his throat was slashed.
Sheriff John Buncich tells The (Munster) Times all signs point to arson for the fire that broke out about 4 a.m. Saturday at Yager's home.
Buncich said Yager was an Outlaws member, but wasn't as involved as his brother.
Federal prosecutors in Milwaukee have charged 59-year-old Randy Yager with participating in murders, bombings and arson aimed at rival clubs in the 1990s. The former Crown Point, Indiana, man was arrested in Mexico last October 17 years after he was first indicted.
Copyright 2015: Associated Press

Does that picture have anything to do with the story of Gerald Yager?


That picture and its caption are lifted wholesale from the Waco frame-up a couple of weeks ago.

Anybody who knows anything about biker culture knows that while there may be "biker wars," they generally take place far from the public eye. When innocent bystanders get hurt it is a rare and regrettable exception to the rule. 

So why has our media been working overtime to conflate so-called "outlaw bikers" with a vast criminal network that poses a threat to the general public?

Because America's security infrastructure needs a credible terror threat, and the towellers have been a big disappointment. 

Bring on the bikers...

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