Calif. Motorcycle Gang Sues Law Enforcement Agencies
March 19, 2011
The Vagos Motorcycle Club have sued Riverside County, Calif., law enforcement officials, claiming they have been unfairly linked to a series of attacks against Hemet Police officers in early 2010.
The lawsuit claims former Riverside County Dist. Atty. Rod Pacheco and Hemet Police Chief Richard Dana described the group as "cockroaches" and "terrorists" who "practice an extreme brand of violence," the Los Angeles Times reports.
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bail2jail @ 3/29/2011 10:45 AM
Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha... it would be that comical if our court system that allows useless cockroaches and terrorists to sue, wasn't so lame to allow it. LEO's have long been the target for thugs to sue and make a dime on the back of our hard working, put our life on the line, Officers, who do their best to protect our society from these cockroaches. Hopefully, the Judge who presides over this case will not be a panty waist who can't see past the smoke screen like so many other panty waists who have given ridiculous settlements to useless thugs like King and convicted felons who get settlements from prison cells because they stubbed their toe during a riot. God bless our LEO family.
John @ 10/30/2011 1:50 PM
Its shame that the people put in place to enforce laws break them just as much as the so called cockroaches its nice to see that once in a while these " officers of the law" have to answer for their actions just like the rest of us.
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