Monthly Archives: December 2019

The REAL Reason Behind Waco Biker Dismissals

By Motocycle Profiling Project

Waco Biker Dismissals an Attempt to Avoid Millions in Lawsuits In the interests of justice, on April 2, 2019 all remaining charges related to the May 17, 2015 Twin Peaks shootings in Waco, Texas have been dismissed by the newly elected McLennan County District Attorney Barry Johnson. These dismissals are a significant victory in…

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Report Released Under Pressure After Ex-Sheriff Kills TN Biker

By Motocycle Profiling Project

The McMinnville Tennessee Police Department has been refusing to release any public information related to the death of 21-year-old motorcyclist Jay Alan Webster, probate member of the Silent Creed Motorcycle Club, killed on July 7th, 2018, after former Warren County Sheriff Kenneth Taylor failed to yield and hit Webster while driving his Toyota SUV. But…

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The Imaginary War Between MC’s And the Government

By Motocycle Profiling Project

Press Release July 10, 2018 National Council of Clubs Re: The imaginary war between MC’s and government. Contact: David Devereaux-Spokespersonmedia@councilofclubs.org, councilofclubs.org The National Council of Clubs (NCOC), dedicated to protecting the legal and political interests of motorcycle clubs coast-to-coast, is extremely concerned about an imaginary war between motorcycle clubs and the government, created in…

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Police Respectful at Outlaws Funeral After Media Reports Public Outrage

By Motocycle Profiling Project

The tragic murder of Outlaw Motorcycle Club member Paul Anderson on December 21, 2017 near Tampa Bay has been used by Pasco Sheriff Chris Nocco to perpetuate fear about motorcycle clubs generally and to desecrate the memory of a decorated military Veteran. The National Council of Clubs, representing motorcyclists around America, issued a press release…

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All FL Bikers at Risk After LE Statements Regarding Murdered Outlaw.

By Motocycle Profiling Project

Press Release January 5, 2018 National Council of Clubs Re: LE statements following Outlaws MC Paul Anderson killing. Contact: David Devereaux-Spokesperson media@councilofclubs.org, councilofclubs.org The National Council of Clubs, an organization dedicated to protecting the political, legal and legislative interests of motorcyclists nationwide, is very concerned that law enforcement is using the tragic murder of…

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Utah Police Admit They Profile MC Members

By Motocycle Profiling Project By Dave “Irish” Dohrmann Motorcycle profiling is an issue that knows no state bounds. From coast to coast, police and other governmental agencies are violating the constitutional rights of Motorcycle Club members. Typical of this trend, six members of a motorcycle club in Utah were recently stopped on three separate occasions, all within an hour,…

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