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Iron Order, Sentinel, or Blue Knights. Denver cops want to kill with impunity whether in uniform or in biker gangs.

THAT'S RICH. Denver's most violent gang literally dresses the part. Not satisfied to kill untried, unarmed, spur-of-the-moment, suspects with impunity, Denver law enforcement officers maraud off-duty as biker gangs, to get some of that action. Last week's biker shootout at the Denver Coliseum, for a period involving an "active shooter", yielded zero arrests even though there is one dead and several injured. One shooter is known. He's a Department of Corrections officer, though he's not "the" shooter as yet, and a member of the IRON ORDER, a "cop club" among Colorado's motorcycle clubs. The dead and wounded are Bandidos, perhaps not by coincidence the fall guys at the infamous Waco shootout, which also turned out to have involved exclusively police bullets. Like the Blue Knights and The Sentinels, who can't even disguise their vocation from their outlaw alter-egos, the Iron Order espouse "traditions, values, and mahem". I'll let you decide if their ORDER derives from "iron horse" (their ride), Iron Maiden (their role models) or the neonazi Iron Cross.

Deadliest motorcycle “gang” in Waco shoot-out was not Bandidos, Cossacks, Scimitars, or Vaqueros. It was police.

Was the Waco Shoot-out a gunfight between rival gangs or an ambush laid by law enforcement? Police are monopolizing the testimony but the evidence suggests a barroom brawl became a pretext to kill or arrest club officers, essentially grassroots organizers, now charged with "organized crime". Investigators can litter the crime scene with brass-knuckles, knives and wallet chains, but the shell casings are going to be police issue. Motorcycle headlights were on, indicating club members were trying to leave. Police claim that the brawlers redirected their fire toward officers, but did that happen while the bikers were trying to ride off? Because riding requires both hands. This gangland "shoot-out" was a St Valentine's Day Massacre executed by cops.   [5/20 Update: HA! The nine casualties died of gunshot wounds, sustained outside the restaurant. No shell casings were found around the bodies. Eight of the nine were Cossacks. The eighteen wounded are not expected to be charged. So much for the narrative that gangs were fighting each other, or that Bandidos were the aggressors.] 43153

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