Out Bad



Out Bad Is A True Story About Motorcycle Outlaws And Modern American Police It Begins With The Painstakingly Assembled, Never Before Told Story Of The Murder Of A Mongols Motorcycle Club Member Named Manuel Vincent Hitman Martin Martin Was Shot Off His Motorcycle On The Glendale Freeway In Los Angeles About 2 A.m On October 8, 2008 Initial Reports Alleged That Martin Had Been Murdered By The Hells Angels And That He Died As Part Of An Ongoing, Furious Feud Between The Two Groups The Truth Behind The Murder Is Much Interesting And Disturbing Than That Martin Died On The Final Day Of A Three Year Long, Undercover Investigation Of The Mongols By The Bureau Of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms And Explosives The ATF Called It Operation Black Rain Both Black Rain, And The Federal Prosecution That Followed, Were So Cynically Unfair And Corrupt That Some Mongols Still Believe That Martin Was Actually Murdered By Government Agents Together, The Investigation And The Prosecution Probably Cost 150 Million The Initial Press Coverage Of The Case Was Manipulated By The ATF News Of The Subsequent Legal Wrangling Was Virtually Non Existent Because The Department Of Justice Wanted To Keep The Case As Secret As Possible Out Bad, Draws On Numerous Public And Confidential Sources Including Numerous Sources Within The Mongols, The Hells Angels And The ATF To Accurately Reveal What Really Happened Out Bad Is A Startling Ride Down A Dark Road Nobody Yet Knows Here S Your Ticket Climb On There Ain T No Seatbelt.Out Bad

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  • 254 pages
  • Out Bad
  • Donald Charles Davis
  • English
  • 25 October 2018
  • 1467950831

10 thoughts on “Out Bad

  1. says:

    A biased but fascinating account of the interaction between the ATF and the Mongols MC, told through the lens of examining the murder of an individual Mongol Davis is clearly sympathetic to the outlaws, but some of the logical points he raises cannot be denied The biggest despite spending hundreds of millions of dollars note the ATF has never actually revealed the sum spent, through extrapolation Davis estimates the cost of one at 150 million on several wide ranging undercover operations, A biased but fascinating account of the interaction between the ATF and the Mongols MC, told through the lens of examining the murder of an individual Mongol Davis is clearly sympathetic to the outlaws, but some of the logical points he ra...

  2. says:

    Interesting, Unique and One sided To be honest, I don t really know how to interpret Charles Davis OUT BAD as I wasn t sure whether the book was intended as a means of rallying the outlaw biker brethren, as an arm shot to law enforcement or to serve as a heads up to the rest of society My interpretation of the book is based on my civilian neither law enforcement nor rider perspective While I found the book to be quite interesting, passionate and well written, its words may ring hollow to Interesting, Unique and One sided To be honest, I don t really know how to interpret Charles Davis OUT BAD as I wasn t sure whether the book was intended as a means of rallying the outlaw biker brethren, as an arm shot to law enforcement or to serve as a heads up to the rest of society My interpretation of the book is based on my civilian neither law enforcement nor rider perspective While I found the book to be quite interesting, passionate and well written, its words may ring hollow to those outside the biker realm.The movie Gimme Shelter introduced me to the outlaw biker world over 20 years ago as it viscerally displays one particular group the Hells Angels as an entity to either step gingerly around or avoid altogether Sure, it could have been edited to make the Angels look bad, but considering the stars of the movie the Rolling Stones appear pathetic at best, I felt it was a fair portrayal The movie spurred my interest enough to read books by Sonny Barger, William Queen, Hunter Th...

  3. says:

    I give this book such high marks because I think it s important to read it to get an understanding of the direction Justice has taken in the U.S Davis, also known as The Aging Rebel , reports on the ATF s efforts to wipe out the so called outlaw motorcycle clubs He explains that the way Rico The Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act is used to identify a group as a criminal enterprise could be turned against the Catholic Church or the Boy Scouts, not to mention a national poli I give this book such high marks because I think it s important to read it to get an understanding of the direction Justice has taken in the U.S Davis, also known as The Aging Rebel , reports on the ATF s efforts to wipe out the so called outlaw motorcycle clubs He explains that the way Rico The Racketeer Influenced and Corru...

  4. says:

    If you have any interest in outlaw motorcycle clubs this book is fascinating Most books about these clubs are either justify them in a self serving way or sensationalize their exploits in order to sellbooks.He captures the corners the Federal government will cut in order to publicly take these clubs down for the PR value As an Americ...

  5. says:

    Sorry to say but just to let all you people know who get there kicks off of bullshit Get a better hobby This book was based on pure news and publicized media Therefore anyone could have written this book My husband is a Mongol and we laughed through the whole book Knowing some truths not all, because he can t disclose most this book was just lies Not even worth my money The cover alone was posted by a Mongol member who posted his personal footage on you tube If I can recall it was the S...

  6. says:

    An interesting addition to the modern biker book genre, Davies aka blogger aging rebel has written a book focused on the Mongols which ramps up into a full on attack against the team in the ATF that t...

  7. says:

    This is very important book, it clearly shows law enforcement agencies abuse of power in their attack on the Mongols MC As Benjamin Franklin said Those that give up some of their liberty for temporary sa...

  8. says:

    This book worked particularly well right after having read William Queen s Under and Alone It works basically as a response to that, since this book depicts the point of view of the MCs versus that of the ATF agent.Th...

  9. says:

    Through the read I ve rated this differently When it comes to critisizing law enforcement work ot is quite enlighting, and as that, a good counterpart in the outlaw biker book flora When it comes to editing and design layout I guess it was done by an illiterate 9 year old Sad to see

  10. says:

    Really quite good, an outlaw biker s assessment of the Great National Train Wreck in the 21st century I m guessing Davis does most of his own copy editing, which at times appears to be none In this case, that s not much of a problem, though the book never fails to communicate.

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