Sunday, May 31, 2015

Bandidos, Hells Angels, Vagos, Mongols And Other Motorcycle Clubs Attend Manuel Rodríguez Funeral

The Waco police killing of innocent bikers and the arrests of more than 170 bikers on frivolous charges and setting a $1M bail for each one has rival motorcycle clubs from around the nation attending a funeral service for Bandidos member Manuel Rodríguez in Texas.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

May 31, 2015

Garland, Texas - On Saturday, hundreds of bikers from multiple motorcycle clubs from around the nation attended the funeral services of Bandidos member, Manuel Issac Rodríguez, 40, aka, "Candy Man." According to Amy Irene White's WordPress blog, she reported that the Bandidos, Hells Angels, Vagos, Mongols, a couple from the Cossacks was present too (White confirmed the Cossacks presence on her comments section) and multiple other rival motorcycle clubs and groups attended the funeral service for Rodríguez who was killed on May 17 at the Twin Peaks Restaurant during a brawl between the Cossacks, Scimitars and Bandidos M.C.s, which involved the Waco police SWAT team. It is not known, if Rodríguez was killed by a rival club member or police.
The attendance at Rodríguez funeral on Saturday by multiple 1%'s or outlaw motorcycle clubs, which are considered to be criminal gangs and rival enemies according to the Texas Department of Public Safety and FBI is unprecedented and historical in the eyes of law enforcement. The alleged Waco police massacre of multiple bikers has apparently united rival 1%'s in this case and it is not known, if they will also join thousands of other bikers in a peaceful rally and protest scheduled for June 7 in Waco to protest the frivolous charges and excessive $1M bail set for each of the more than 170 bikers arrested for just wearing colors or their club logo leather vests. Most of the bikers arrested at the Twin Peaks Restaurant are members of the Texas Confederation of Clubs and Independents (TCCI). The TCCI on Thursday posted on their Facebook account that they and the US Defenders Program and the Texas Legislative Task Force are not in any way supporting the massive biker peaceful rally and protest being sponsored by other groups in Waco.
The groups sponsoring the June 7 peaceful biker rally and protest in Waco posted a flyer "All for 1" with information about the rally and invited all bikers to participate peacefully. Will the TCCI and 1%'s or outlaw clubs actually attend the rally as well in solidarity and defend their Constitutional right to peacefully assemble and wear their colors as protected speech?, time will only tell. The City of Waco police biker arrests and the alleged frivolous charges of organized crime and conspiracy to commit capital murder filed against those arrested by the McLennan County D.A.'s Office headed by District Attorney Abel Reyna has drawn criticism by other law enforcement agencies for arresting and detaining innocent bikers not involved in the homicides of nine bikers.
No one has been charge with capital murder in connection with the homicides of nine bikers.

The following nine victims were killed during the Twin Peaks Restaurant biker altercation between the Bandidos, Scimitars and Cassacks M.C.s in Waco, Texas.

● Daniel Raymond Boyett, 44, shot in the head. (Cossacks M.C.)

● Wayne Lee Campbell, 43, shot in the head. (Cossacks M.C.)

● Richard Mathew Jordan Jr., 31, shot in the head.

● Richard Vincent Kirshner Jr., 47. (Cossacks M.C.)

● Jacob Lee Rhyne, 39, shot in the neck. (Cossacks M.C.)

● Jesús Delgado Rodríguez, 65, shot in the head. (Bandidos M.C. affiliate) Rodríguez was a Purple Heart recipient.

● Manuel Issac Rodríguez, 40. (Bandidos M.C.)

● Charles Wayne Russell, 46, shot in the chest. (Cossacks M.C.)

● Matthew Mark Smith, 27. (Cossacks M.C.)

Out of 177 bikers in custody, two have made bail. Bail hearings are scheduled for June 5, 12 and 19.
Since 1994, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has been adding motorcycle owners to the motorcycle street gang or outlaws classified list. All motor vehicle state registration departments in the U.S. automatically provide the information to the FBI when someone registers a motorcycle in their name. The FBI believes that 67% to 75% of motorcycle owners will eventually engage in criminal activity, according to the FBI.

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The following 173 of 177 bikers were arrested and booked at the McLennan County Detention Center (jail) in Waco, Texas and were charged with one felony count each for Engaging in Organized Crime. 

1. William Chance Aikin, 24; 2. Ray Arnold Allen, 45; 3. John O. Arnold, 4. Ronald Noel Atterbury, 45; 5. Colter Bajovich, 28; 6. Michael Don Baxley, 47; 7. Timothy Todd Bayless, 53; 8. Richard Benavides, 60; 9. Burton George Bergman, 47; 10. Ronnie Carl Bishop, 28; 11. Mitchell W. Bradford, 29; 12. Brian Joseph Brincks, 23; 13. Robert Clinton Bucy, 36; 14. Salvador Berber Campos, 27; 15. Richard Cantu Jr., 30; 16. Kenneth Robert Carlisle, 36; 17. Jason L. Cavazos, 40; 18. Rene Cavazos, 46; 19. David Cepeda, 43; 20. Nathan Champeau, 34; 21. Michael E. Chaney, 53; 22. Roy James Covey, 27; 23. Bohar Lee Crump Jr., 46; 24. James Albert David Jr., 25. Dalton R. Davis, 26. James Michael Devoll, 33; 27. Jason Alan Dillard, 39; 28. Brian Clark Eickenhorst, 28;  29. James Brent Eney, 43; 30. Morgan Jane English (female), 30; 31. Nate Christian Andens Farish, 30; 32. Matthew Ryan Folse, 31; 33. Lance Alan Geneva, 37; 34. Mario Alberto Gonzalez Jr., 36; 35. James Laray Gray, 61; 36. Nathan Clark Grindstaff, 37; 37. Bryan Tackitt Harper, 48; 38. Arley Lester Harris III, 32; 39. Raymond Clifton Hawes III, 29; 40. Jarrón Ray Hernández, 21; 41. Michael Scott Herring, 36; 42. Tommy Keith Jennings, 56; 43. Daniel Carol Johnson, 44; 44. Edgar E. Kelleher, 50; 45. Laurence Wayne Kemp, 40; 46. Michael Ray Kemes, 57; 47. Jeremy King, 32; 48. Richard Martin Kreder, 33; 49. Cody Keith Ledbetter, 50. Jarrod D. Lehman, 30; 51. Brian Dwight Logan, 38; 52. Jonathan Michael, 27; 53. Richard Olen Luther, 58; 54. Michael Lynch, 31; 55. Sandra Erler Lynch (female), 54; 56. Noble C. Mallard, 57. Terry Scott Martin, 48; 58. Eleazar Martínez, 41; 59. John Anthony Martínez, 30; 60. Joseph P. Matthews, 41; 61. Wesley A. McAlister, 32; 62. Dustin James McCann, 22; 63. Billy Jason Mcree, 38; 64.Tom Modesto Mendez, 40; 65. Rudy T. Mercado, 49; 66. Marshall Mitchell, 61; 67. Michael Doyle Moore, 42; 68. Jason Jesse Moreno, 30; 69. John David Moya, 26; 70. Robert Leon Nichols, 32; 71. Diego Nerio Obledo, 40; 72. Dusty Alan Oehlert, 33; 73. Melvin Michael Pattenaude, 51; 74. Julie Elaine Perkins (female), 52; 75. Larry E. Pina, 50; 76. Jerry Lee Pollard, 27; 77. Jimmy Lee Pond, 43; 78. David Stephen Rasor, 37; 79. Clayton Dewayne Reed, 29; 80. Jacob C. Reese, 29; 81. Owen Lee Reese, 43; 82. Rolando Reyes, 40; 83. Sergio Reyes, 44; 84. Kristoffer Lance Rhyne, 26; 85. Robert Liewellyn Robertson, 36; 86. Boyce Ray Rockett, 87. Jorge Daniel Salinas, 24; 88. Trey Alston Short, 27; 89. Kyle Smith, 48; 90. Seth A. Smith, 28; 91. Jimmy Dayton Spencer, 23; 92. Blake Scott Taylor, 24; 93. Michael Glenn Thomas, 59; 94. Christian A. Valencia, 26; 95. José Andrew Valle, 43; 96. John Phillip Vensel, 62; 97. Justin Nash Weddington, 37; 98. Glenn Allan Walker, 99. Steven Walker, 50; 100. Ester Sandy Weaver (female), 46; 101. Walter Thomas Weaver, 54; 102. Mark Allen White, 41; 103. John Samuel Wiley, 32; 104. Jacob Ryan Wilson, 28; 105. John Robert Wilson, 52; 106. Ricky Wayne Wycough, 56; 107. Gage Andrew Yarborough, 22; 108. Kevin Gene Rash, 42; 109. Ronald Warren, 55; 110. Juan García, 40; 111. Jim Harris, 27; 112. Andrew Sandoval, 30; 113. Bobby Samford, 35; 114. Daniel Pesina, 21; 115. Doss Murphy, 44; 116. Gregory Salazar, 42; 117. James Rosas, 47; 118. Jeremy Ojeda, 37; 119. Joseph Ortiz, 34; 120. Josh Martin, 25; 121. Juventino Montellano, 46; 122. Marcus Pilkington, 37; 123. Martin Lewis, 62; 124. Narciso Luna, 54; 125. John Craft, 47; 126. Jeff Battey, 50; 127. Gregory Wingo, 51; 128. Greg Corrales, 47; 129. Gilbert Zamora, 60; 130. Christopher Carrizal, 33; 131. Christopher Stainton, 42; 132. Andrew Stroer, 49; 133. Aaron Carpenter, 33; 134. James Venable, 47; 135. Lindell Copeland, 63; 136. Matthew Clendennen, 30; 137. Michael Woods, 49; 138. Noe Adame, 34; 139. Owen Bartlett, 34; 140. Reginald Weathers, 43; 141. Royce Vanvleck, 25; 142. Ryan Craft, 22; 143. Yager Lawrence, 65; 144. Richard Donias, 46; 145. Richard Dauley, 47; 146. Thomas Landers, 58; 147. Valdermar Guajardo, 37; 148. William English, 33; 149. Marco Dejong, 37; 150. John Guerrero, 44; 151. Lawrence García, 51; 152. Eliodoro Munguia, 49; 153. James Stalling, 56; 154. Edward Keller, 47; 155. Christopher Eaton, 46; 156. Don Fowler, 51; 157. Drew King, 31; 158. George Rogers, 52; 159. Bradley Terwilliger, 27; 160. Ares Phoinix, 36; 161. Benjamin Matcek, 27; 162. Gregg Rodahl, 29; 163. Daryle Waler, 39; 164. David Martinez, 45; 165. Christopher Rogers, 33; 166. Andres Ramirez, 41; 167. Theron Rhoten, 35; 168. Timothy Satterwhite, 47; 169. Anthony Palmer, 40; 170. William Redding, 35; 171. Matthew  Yocum, 25; 172. Phillip Sampson, 43; 173. Phillip Smith, 37.







Breaking Update: Raw video leaked on October 29 of the Waco, TX biker Twin Peaks May 17, 2015 shooting http://bit.ly/1GNyTk7

Saturday, May 30, 2015

Destination Waco For Thousands Of Bikers To Rally Against Unlawful Detentions



Waco in Texas facing major biker rally and protest against the unlawful arrests of more than 170 bikers on May 17.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

May 30, 2015

Waco, Texas - On June 7, thousands of bikers and supporters from throughout Texas and other parts of the U.S. will converged at the McLennan County Court House in a peaceful rally and protest against the unlawful arrest of more than 170 bikers on May 17. Police arrested at least 177 bikers including three women after a brawl between some members of the Cossacks and Bandidos M.C.s got into an altercation and ended with nine deaths whether by police or biker gunfire. 
Most of the bikers arrested were not involved in the altercation and were just attending a bi-monthly meeting sponsored by the Texas Confederation of Clubs and Independents (TCCI) at the Twin Peaks Restaurant. The TCCI meeting was monitored by the Waco police, Texas Rangers and feds.
No one has been specifically charged with capital murder in connection with the nine deaths at the Twin Peaks Restaurant. All of those taken into custody on May 17 were frivolously charged with engaging in organized crime and conspiring to commit capital murder including aggravated assault and bail was set at $1M each for just being at an organized TCCI meeting. McLennan County District Attorney Abel Reyna told media sources that he is confident that the charges filed against all of the bikers arrested will stick, but other law enforcement experts believe otherwise and say most were unlawfully charged. Many of the bikers charged have lost their jobs because they can't make bail, according to the TCCI.
According to McLennan County court records, a total of 177 bikers were arrested and charged for conspiring to commit capital murder. The criminal complaint states, that bikers wearing club colors or "commonly identifiable distinctive signs or symbols... continuously or regularly associate in the commission of criminal activities...The Texas Department of Safety maintains a database containing information identifying the Cossacks and associates as a criminal street gang and the Bandidos and associates as a criminal street gang."
The bikers were targeted by Waco police just for being at the biker event and wearing their motorcycle club colors or logos in vests.
Police said, that they recovered hundreds of weapons, but wouldn't say how many bikers had legal Conceal Carry Permits (CCP) to carry a weapon. The State of Texas legislature on on Friday passed an open carry bill, which will allow Texans with CCP to carry weapons in plain view. Texas Governor Gregg Abbot (R) tweeted that he will sign the open carry bill into law.
On Thursday, the TCCI posted on their Facebook account that the group, including the US Defenders Program and the Texas Legislative Task Force are not in any way supporting the massive biker peaceful rally and protest being sponsored by other groups in Waco. Most of those arrested in Waco are members of the TCCI.

Biker clubs and groups that had gathered for the TCCI meeting at the Twin Peaks Restaurant were the Black Arms M.C., Escondidos M.C., Gypsy M.C., HonorBound Motorcycle Ministry, In Country M.C., Leathernecks M.C., Los Pirados M.C., Renatus M.C., Scimitars M.C., Tornado Motorcycle Club, the Vietnam Vet/Legacy Vets M.C., Distorted M.C., Los Caballeros M.C., the Bogatyrs and the Vise Grip M.C.


The following nine victims were killed during the Twin Peaks Restaurant biker altercation between the Bandidos and Cassacks M.C.s in Waco, Texas.

● Daniel Raymond Boyett, 44, shot in the head. (Cossacks M.C.)

● Wayne Lee Campbell, 43, shot in the head. (Cossacks M.C.)

● Richard Mathew Jordan Jr., 31, shot in the head.

● Richard Vincent Kirshner Jr., 47. (Cossacks M.C.)

● Jacob Lee Rhyne, 39, shot in the neck. (Cossacks M.C.)

● Jesús Delgado Rodríguez, 65, shot in the head. (Bandidos M.C. affiliate) Rodríguez was a Purple Heart recipient.

● Manuel Issac Rodríguez, 40. (Bandidos M.C.)

● Charles Wayne Russell, 46, shot in the chest. (Cossacks M.C.)

● Matthew Mark Smith, 27. (Cossacks M.C.)

Out of 177 bikers in custody, two have made bail. Bail hearings are scheduled for June 5, 12 and 19.
Since 1994, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has been adding motorcycle owners to the motorcycle street gang or outlaws classified list. All motor vehicle state registration departments in the U.S. automatically provide the information to the FBI when someone registers a motorcycle in their name. The FBI believes that 67% to 75% of motorcycle owners will eventually engage in criminal activity, according to the FBI.

The following 143 of 177 bikers were arrested and booked at the McLennan County Detention Center (jail) in Waco, Texas and were charged with one felony count each for Engaging in Organized Crime. 

1. William Chance Aikin, 24; 2. Ray Arnold Allen, 45; 3. John O. Arnold, 4. Ronald Noel Atterbury, 45; 5. Colter Bajovich, 28; 6. Michael Don Baxley, 47; 7. Timothy Todd Bayless, 53; 8. Richard Benavides, 60; 9. Burton George Bergman, 47; 10. Ronnie Carl Bishop, 28; 11. Mitchell W. Bradford, 29; 12. Brian Joseph Brincks, 23; 13. Robert Clinton Bucy, 36; 14. Salvador Berber Campos, 27; 15. Richard Cantu Jr., 30; 16. Kenneth Robert Carlisle, 36; 17. Jason L. Cavazos, 40; 18. Rene Cavazos, 46; 19. David Cepeda, 43; 20. Nathan Champeau, 34; 21. Michael E. Chaney, 53; 22. Roy James Covey, 27; 23. Bohar Lee Crump Jr., 46; 24. James Albert David Jr., 25. Dalton R. Davis, 26. James Michael Devoll, 33; 27. Jason Alan Dillard, 39; 28. Brian Clark Eickenhorst, 28;  29. James Brent Eney, 43; 30. Morgan Jane English (female), 30; 31. Nate Christian Andens Farish, 30; 32. Matthew Ryan Folse, 31; 33. Lance Alan Geneva, 37; 34. Mario Alberto Gonzalez Jr., 36; 35. James Laray Gray, 61; 36. Nathan Clark Grindstaff, 37; 37. Bryan Tackitt Harper, 48; 38. Arley Lester Harris III, 32; 39. Raymond Clifton Hawes III, 29; 40. Jarrón Ray Hernández, 21; 41. Michael Scott Herring, 36; 42. Tommy Keith Jennings, 56; 43. Daniel Carol Johnson, 44; 44. Edgar E. Kelleher, 50; 45. Laurence Wayne Kemp, 40; 46. Michael Ray Kemes, 57; 47. Jeremy King, 32; 48. Richard Martin Kreder, 33; 49. Cody Keith Ledbetter, 50. Jarrod D. Lehman, 30; 51. Brian Dwight Logan, 38; 52. Jonathan Michael, 27; 53. Richard Olen Luther, 58; 54. Michael Lynch, 31; 55. Sandra Erler Lynch (female), 54; 56. Noble C. Mallard, 57. Terry Scott Martin, 48; 58. Eleazar Martínez, 41; 59. John Anthony Martínez, 30; 60. Joseph P. Matthews, 41; 61. Wesley A. McAlister, 32; 62. Dustin James McCann, 22; 63. Billy Jason Mcree, 38; 64.Tom Modesto Mendez, 40; 65. Rudy T. Mercado, 49; 66. Marshall Mitchell, 61; 67. Michael Doyle Moore, 42; 68. Jason Jesse Moreno, 30; 69. John David Moya, 26; 70. Robert Leon Nichols, 32; 71. Diego Nerio Obledo, 40; 72. Dusty Alan Oehlert, 33; 73. Melvin Michael Pattenaude, 51; 74. Julie Elaine Perkins (female), 52; 75. Larry E. Pina, 50; 76. Jerry Lee Pollard, 27; 77. Jimmy Lee Pond, 43; 78. David Stephen Rasor, 37; 79. Clayton Dewayne Reed, 29; 80. Jacob C. Reese, 29; 81. Owen Lee Reese, 43; 82. Rolando Reyes, 40; 83. Sergio Reyes, 44; 84. Kristoffer Lance Rhyne, 26; 85. Robert Liewellyn Robertson, 36; 86. Boyce Ray Rockett, 87. Jorge Daniel Salinas, 24; 88. Trey Alston Short, 27; 89. Kyle Smith, 48; 90. Seth A. Smith, 28; 91. Jimmy Dayton Spencer, 23; 92. Blake Scott Taylor, 24; 93. Michael Glenn Thomas, 59; 94. Christian A. Valencia, 26; 95. José Andrew Valle, 43; 96. John Phillip Vensel, 62; 97. Justin Nash Weddington, 37; 98. Glenn Allan Walker, 99. Steven Walker, 50; 100. Ester Sandy Weaver (female), 46; 101. Walter Thomas Weaver, 54; 102. Mark Allen White, 41; 103. John Samuel Wiley, 32; 104. Jacob Ryan Wilson, 28; 105. John Robert Wilson, 52; 106. Ricky Wayne Wycough, 56; 107. Gage Andrew Yarborough, 22; 108. Kevin Gene Rash, 42; 109. Ronald Warren, 55; 110. Juan García, 40; 111. Jim Harris, 27; 112. Andrew Sandoval, 30; 113. Bobby Samford, 35; 114. Daniel Pesina, 21; 115. Doss Murphy, 44; 116. Gregory Salazar, 42; 117. James Rosas, 47; 118. Jeremy Ojeda, 37; 119. Joseph Ortiz, 34; 120. Josh Martin, 25; 121. Juventino Montellano, 46; 122. Marcus Pilkington, 37; 123. Martin Lewis, 62; 124. Narciso Luna, 54; 125. John Craft, 47; 126. Jeff Battey, 50; 127. Gregory Wingo, 51; 128. Greg Corrales, 47; 129. Gilbert Zamora, 60; 130. Christopher Carrizal, 33; 131. Christopher Stainton, 42; 132. Andrew Stroer, 49; 133. Aaron Carpenter, 33; 134. James Venable, 47; 135. Lindell Copeland, 63; 136. Matthew Clendennen, 30; 137. Michael Woods, 49; 138. Noe Adame, 34; 139. Owen Bartlett, 34; 140. Reginald Weathers, 43; 141. Royce Vanvleck, 25; 142. Ryan Craft, 22; 143. Yager Lawrence, 65; 144. Richard Donias, 46; 145. Richard Dauley, 47; 146. Thomas Landers, 58; 147. Valdermar Guajardo, 37; 148. William English, 33; 149. Marco Dejong, 37; 150. John Guerrero, 44; 151. Lawrence García, 51; 152. Eliodoro Munguia, 49; 153. James Stalling, 56; 154. Edward Keller, 47; 155. Christopher Eaton, 46; 156. Don Fowler, 51; 157. Drew King, 31; 158. George Rogers, 52; 159. Bradley Terwilliger, 27; 160. Ares Phoinix, 36; 161. Benjamin Matcek, 27; 162. Gregg Rodahl, 29; 163. Daryle Waler, 39; 164. David Martinez, 45; 165. Christopher Rogers, 33; 166. Andres Ramirez, 41; 167. Theron Rhoten, 35; 168. Timothy Satterwhite, 47; 169. Anthony Palmer, 40; 170. William Redding, 35; 171. Matthew  Yocum, 25; 172. Phillip Sampson, 43; 173. Phillip Smith, 37.

Friday, May 29, 2015

FBI's Classified Street Gang File Includes All Motorcycle Owners

67% to 75% of motorcycle owners will eventually engage in criminal activity in the U.S., according to the FBI's classified street gang file.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

May 29, 2015

Washington, D.C. - Since 1994, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has been adding motorcycle owners to the motorcycle street gang or outlaws classified list. All motor vehicle state registration departments in the U.S. automatically provide the information to the FBI when someone registers a motorcycle in their name. The FBI believes that 67% to 75% of motorcycle owners will eventually engage in criminal activity, according to the FBI.

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Naked Man Spotted By Glass Door Near Milwaukee Parkside School

Police investigate report of naked man playing with himself by glass door near Parkside School.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

May 27, 2015

Milwaukee, WI - Milwaukee police from the 6th District Station were called to the 2900 block of S. Howell Ave. to investigate a nude male standing behind a glass door where children walk by every day near a school. The principal at the Milwaukee Parkside School was alerted about the naked man who lives on the same side of the street where the school is located or just one corner house from it.
A posting on Facebook by Bobby Palacios says, while he was going to work on Tuesday morning around 7:30 a.m., he noticed a man standing naked playing with himself by an open glass door where children walk by to school. Palacios turned around to confront the naked man, but the unidentified man closed the door, according to his FB posting.
Palacios' wife after dropping him off at work then alerted the principal at Parkside School. According to Palacios, the principal called police who went to the residence, but the man had left and police apparently waited for the man to come home.
The principal at the Milwaukee Parkside School was contacted via e-mail for comment, including police, but no response was returned by either one.

Update:   Milwaukee Alderman T. Anthony Zielinski who represents the Bay View area in the 14th Alermanic District posted on his Facebook (FB) information about the naked man incident, which police from the 6th Police District Station investigated and officially filed it as "Baseless Disposition." The unidentified property owner sent an e-mail to Ald. Zielinski and wrote, "The officers were in contact with the tenant immediately. After speaking with the tenant and gathering the facts they left and filed the official report as a "Baseless Disposition." I am merely stating the facts of the police report so please understand that I am by NO means defending the actions of the tenant or anything the tenant may or may not have done as there are several different stories around this unfortunate event."
Apparently police never contacted Bobby Palacios, the eye witness who first posted the incident on his FB account to alert neighborhood residents on Tuesday. In this case, police failed to contact Palacios. When contacted by Hispanic News Network U.S.A. (HNNUSA), Police Captain Alfonso Morales from the 2nd Police District Station indicated that the address in question concerning the incident was in the 6th Police District Station and he forwarded an e-mail to the Captain Diana Rowe at Police District 6 concerning HNNUSA's interest in the matter, but Captain Rowe never responded about the "Baseless Disposition" incident of an alleged naked man standing behind a glass door incident on Tuesday around 7:30 a.m.
HNNUSA has attached Alderman Zielinski's FB posting to update article. According to Zielinski, the alleged lower tenant was told to move out this Friday and will no longer live there.
Negligence by police in the 6th Police District Station to investigate and contact an eyewitness about the incident? It seems that way, now police are going after the vigilantes who broke the windows and will be checking FB postings about cyber treats to the lower tenant in question, according to the property owner. Hopefully, police can also come across Palacios' FB posting about him witnessing the naked man standing behind a glass door at the 2900 block of S. Howell Ave.

Free Waco Bikers Held On Frivolous Charges And Execessive $1M Bail



Bikers arrested by Waco police and charged by the McLennan County D.A.'s Office after the May 17 altercation between the Bandidos and Cossacks M.C.s have been held for at least ten days. A $1M bail for a frivolous charge by local and county officials for engaging in organized crime makes it impossible for those innocent bikers to make bail, especially when none are a flight risk.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

May 27, 2015

Waco, Texas -  At least ten days have passed and most of the Waco bikers arrested on a frivolous charge for organized crime and an unjust excessive bail by a McLennan County judge has prevented their release. According to Waco Police Sergeant Patrick Swanton, more than 172 bikers including three women were taken into custody on May 17 after an altercation between members of the Bandidos and Cossacks M.C.s turned deadly as police who were monitoring the biker scheduled Texas Confederation of Clubs and Independents (TCCI) meeting arrived at the scene and numerous shots were fired ending with nine bikers being murdered either by police or other bikers involved.
Of 170 bikers arrested, 115 had no criminal record, according to the Associated Press. All of the bikers arrested were charged with engaging in organized crime and a $1M bail was set for each one, even though they were not involved but were attending the TCCI bi-monthly meeting at the Twin Peaks Restaurant in Waco. The Twin Peaks lost its franchise due to the deadly shooting.
Bikers from throughout the U.S. have notice the excessive use of authority by the McLennan District Attorney's Office and a local McLennan County judge. Why excessive?, well it comes short from calling it a corrupt state of affairs in law enforcement within the Texas state judicial system seeking justice for the nine bikers killed. So far, forensic ballistic testing hasn't indicated who actually killed who and how many did the Waco police SWAT team killed?
One thing for sure, the bikers involved in the altercation that resulted in nine deceased bikers have not been charged with capital murder, but 14 Waco police officers involved in the deadly confrontation with bikers have been placed on paid administrative duty pending the outcome of the case.
Holding bikers who were not involved for ten days and violating their Constitutional rights for a fair bail, since none are a flight risk can only indicate the mere legal corruption embedded in the legal system in Waco and the State of Texas. The Waco biker incident has become a travesty of justice for Texas bikers, including nationwide biker clubs, associations and independent riders visiting the state.
Family members of bikers in jail are complaining to the TCCI that some of the bikers arrested have not been given the appropriate medical attention, insulin for diabetes and not being treated for other conditions as well. Some of the bikers are sleeping in cold floors, no blankets, pillows and etc. at the McLennan County jail, according to family members.
Hundreds of bikers are expected to converge in front of the McLennan County Court House for a peaceful rally and protest on June 7th at 1:30 p.m.


Other biker clubs and groups that had gathered for the TCCI meeting at the Twin Peaks Restaurant were the Black Arms M.C., Escondidos M.C., Gypsy M.C., HonorBound Motorcycle Ministry, In Country M.C., Leathernecks M.C., Los Pirados M.C., Renatus M.C., Scimitars M.C., Tornado Motorcycle Club, the Vietnam Vet/Legacy Vets M.C., Distorted M.C., Los Caballeros M.C., the Bogatyrs and the Vise Grip M.C.


The following nine victims were killed during the Twin Peaks Restaurant biker altercation between the Bandidos and Cassacks M.C.s in Waco, Texas.

● Daniel Raymond Boyett, 44, shot in the head. (Cossacks M.C.)

● Wayne Lee Campbell, 43, shot in the head. (Cossacks M.C.)

● Richard Mathew Jordan Jr., 31, shot in the head.

● Richard Vincent Kirshner Jr., 47. (Cossacks M.C.)

● Jacob Lee Rhyne, 39, shot in the neck. (Cossacks M.C.)

● Jesús Delgado Rodríguez, 65, shot in the head. (Bandidos M.C. affiliate) Rodríguez was a Purple Heart recipient.

● Manuel Issac Rodríguez, 40. (Bandidos M.C.)

● Charles Wayne Russell, 46, shot in the chest. (Cossacks M.C.)

● Matthew Mark Smith, 27. (Cossacks M.C.)


According to McLennan County court records, a total of 177 bikers were arrested and charged for conspiring to commit capital murder. The criminal complaint states, that bikers wearing club colors or "commonly identifiable distinctive signs or symbols... continuously or regularly associate in the commission of criminal activities...The Texas Department of Safety maintains a database containing information identifying the Cossacks and associates as a criminal street gang and the Bandidos and associates as a criminal street gang." Out of 177 bikers in custody, two have made bail. Bail hearings are scheduled for June 5, 12 and 19.
Since 1994, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has been adding motorcycle owners to the motorcycle street gang or outlaws classified list. All motor vehicle state registration departments in the U.S. automatically provide the information to the FBI when someone registers a motorcycle in their name. The FBI believes that 67% to 75% of motorcycle owners will eventually engage in criminal activity, according to the FBI. 

The following 173 of 177 bikers were arrested and booked at the McLennan County Detention Center (jail) in Waco, Texas and were charged with one felony count each for Engaging in Organized Crime. 

1. William Chance Aikin, 24; 2. Ray Arnold Allen, 45; 3. John O. Arnold, 4. Ronald Noel Atterbury, 45; 5. Colter Bajovich, 28; 6. Michael Don Baxley, 47; 7. Timothy Todd Bayless, 53; 8. Richard Benavides, 60; 9. Burton George Bergman, 47; 10. Ronnie Carl Bishop, 28; 11. Mitchell W. Bradford, 29; 12. Brian Joseph Brincks, 23; 13. Robert Clinton Bucy, 36; 14. Salvador Berber Campos, 27; 15. Richard Cantu Jr., 30; 16. Kenneth Robert Carlisle, 36; 17. Jason L. Cavazos, 40; 18. Rene Cavazos, 46; 19. David Cepeda, 43; 20. Nathan Champeau, 34; 21. Michael E. Chaney, 53; 22. Roy James Covey, 27; 23. Bohar Lee Crump Jr., 46; 24. James Albert David Jr., 25. Dalton R. Davis, 26. James Michael Devoll, 33; 27. Jason Alan Dillard, 39; 28. Brian Clark Eickenhorst, 28;  29. James Brent Eney, 43; 30. Morgan Jane English (female), 30; 31. Nate Christian Andens Farish, 30; 32. Matthew Ryan Folse, 31; 33. Lance Alan Geneva, 37; 34. Mario Alberto Gonzalez Jr., 36; 35. James Laray Gray, 61; 36. Nathan Clark Grindstaff, 37; 37. Bryan Tackitt Harper, 48; 38. Arley Lester Harris III, 32; 39. Raymond Clifton Hawes III, 29; 40. Jarrón Ray Hernández, 21; 41. Michael Scott Herring, 36; 42. Tommy Keith Jennings, 56; 43. Daniel Carol Johnson, 44; 44. Edgar E. Kelleher, 50; 45. Laurence Wayne Kemp, 40; 46. Michael Ray Kemes, 57; 47. Jeremy King, 32; 48. Richard Martin Kreder, 33; 49. Cody Keith Ledbetter, 50. Jarrod D. Lehman, 30; 51. Brian Dwight Logan, 38; 52. Jonathan Michael, 27; 53. Richard Olen Luther, 58; 54. Michael Lynch, 31; 55. Sandra Erler Lynch (female), 54; 56. Noble C. Mallard, 57. Terry Scott Martin, 48; 58. Eleazar Martínez, 41; 59. John Anthony Martínez, 30; 60. Joseph P. Matthews, 41; 61. Wesley A. McAlister, 32; 62. Dustin James McCann, 22; 63. Billy Jason Mcree, 38; 64.Tom Modesto Mendez, 40; 65. Rudy T. Mercado, 49; 66. Marshall Mitchell, 61; 67. Michael Doyle Moore, 42; 68. Jason Jesse Moreno, 30; 69. John David Moya, 26; 70. Robert Leon Nichols, 32; 71. Diego Nerio Obledo, 40; 72. Dusty Alan Oehlert, 33; 73. Melvin Michael Pattenaude, 51; 74. Julie Elaine Perkins (female), 52; 75. Larry E. Pina, 50; 76. Jerry Lee Pollard, 27; 77. Jimmy Lee Pond, 43; 78. David Stephen Rasor, 37; 79. Clayton Dewayne Reed, 29; 80. Jacob C. Reese, 29; 81. Owen Lee Reese, 43; 82. Rolando Reyes, 40; 83. Sergio Reyes, 44; 84. Kristoffer Lance Rhyne, 26; 85. Robert Liewellyn Robertson, 36; 86. Boyce Ray Rockett, 87. Jorge Daniel Salinas, 24; 88. Trey Alston Short, 27; 89. Kyle Smith, 48; 90. Seth A. Smith, 28; 91. Jimmy Dayton Spencer, 23; 92. Blake Scott Taylor, 24; 93. Michael Glenn Thomas, 59; 94. Christian A. Valencia, 26; 95. José Andrew Valle, 43; 96. John Phillip Vensel, 62; 97. Justin Nash Weddington, 37; 98. Glenn Allan Walker, 99. Steven Walker, 50; 100. Ester Sandy Weaver (female), 46; 101. Walter Thomas Weaver, 54; 102. Mark Allen White, 41; 103. John Samuel Wiley, 32; 104. Jacob Ryan Wilson, 28; 105. John Robert Wilson, 52; 106. Ricky Wayne Wycough, 56; 107. Gage Andrew Yarborough, 22; 108. Kevin Gene Rash, 42; 109. Ronald Warren, 55; 110. Juan García, 40; 111. Jim Harris, 27; 112. Andrew Sandoval, 30; 113. Bobby Samford, 35; 114. Daniel Pesina, 21; 115. Doss Murphy, 44; 116. Gregory Salazar, 42; 117. James Rosas, 47; 118. Jeremy Ojeda, 37; 119. Joseph Ortiz, 34; 120. Josh Martin, 25; 121. Juventino Montellano, 46; 122. Marcus Pilkington, 37; 123. Martin Lewis, 62; 124. Narciso Luna, 54; 125. John Craft, 47; 126. Jeff Battey, 50; 127. Gregory Wingo, 51; 128. Greg Corrales, 47; 129. Gilbert Zamora, 60; 130. Christopher Carrizal, 33; 131. Christopher Stainton, 42; 132. Andrew Stroer, 49; 133. Aaron Carpenter, 33; 134. James Venable, 47; 135. Lindell Copeland, 63; 136. Matthew Clendennen, 30; 137. Michael Woods, 49; 138. Noe Adame, 34; 139. Owen Bartlett, 34; 140. Reginald Weathers, 43; 141. Royce Vanvleck, 25; 142. Ryan Craft, 22; 143. Yager Lawrence, 65; 144. Richard Donias, 46; 145. Richard Dauley, 47; 146. Thomas Landers, 58; 147. Valdermar Guajardo, 37; 148. William English, 33; 149. Marco Dejong, 37; 150. John Guerrero, 44; 151. Lawrence García, 51; 152. Eliodoro Munguia, 49; 153. James Stalling, 56; 154. Edward Keller, 47; 155. Christopher Eaton, 46; 156. Don Fowler, 51; 157. Drew King, 31; 158. George Rogers, 52; 159. Bradley Terwilliger, 27; 160. Ares Phoinix, 36; 161. Benjamin Matcek, 27; 162. Gregg Rodahl, 29; 163. Daryle Waler, 39; 164. David Martinez, 45; 165. Christopher Rogers, 33; 166. Andres Ramirez, 41; 167. Theron Rhoten, 35; 168. Timothy Satterwhite, 47; 169. Anthony Palmer, 40; 170. William Redding, 35; 171. Matthew  Yocum, 25; 172. Phillip Sampson, 43; 173. Phillip Smith, 37.

Henry Solis, Former L.A. Cop Facing Homicide Charges After Deported To U.S. By Mexico

Solis, a homicide suspect appeared in court on Wednesday after he was deported on Tuesday to the U.S. by the Mexican government.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

May 27, 2015

El Paso, Texas - On Tuesday, Henry Solis, 27, a former Los Angeles Police Officer was deported to the U.S. by Mexican authorities after he was arrested in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico. Intelligence shared about his whereabouts between Mexican authorities and the U.S. led to his arrest in Mexico. Solis was wanted by the FBI for unlawful flight to avoid prosecution in connection with the murder of Salome Rodríguez Jr., 23, on March 13 in Pomona, California. 
Solis was still on his probationary period with the Los Angeles Police Department when he allegedly shot Rodríguez. Soon after being identified as the primary suspect for the Rodríguez homicide, Solis was terminated as an officer. Solis while off-duty shot Rodríguez twice in the abdomen, twice in his legs and one shot in the neck. Rodríguez died at a local hospital.
According to the criminal complaint, Solis and Rodríguez got into an altercation at a bar and Solis followed Rodríguez outside and shot him multiple times. Solis was assigned to the tactical unit, according to the LAPD.
Police were able to recover video images showing Solis and his father walking across the border from El Paso, Texas into Mexico several hours after he shot Rodríguez. His father Victor Solis was taken into custody for lying to police.
A $25K reward was offered information leading to his arrest and conviction.

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Rodolfo Cruz Sentenced To 30 Years In Prison For Possession Of Cocaine

Cruz pleaded guilty and sentenced in cocaine case.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A. 

May 26, 2015

Waco, Texas - On Tuesday, Rodolfo Cruz, 26, pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 30 years in prison for one felony count for intend to deliver 250 grams of cocaine in a drug free zone. Cruz was taken into custody on November 2013 and was indicted in January 2014 on one count for cocaine possession with intend to deliver and count two for endangering a child.
In November 2013, Cruz was stopped for a traffic violation in the City of Waco and police discovered 250 grams of cocaine in his vehicle. Cruz had his 3-year-old son with him at the time of his arrest.

GOP Injunction For DACA And DAPA Won't Be lifted, Federal TX Court Of Appeals Ruled

The Obama administration lost an appeal to lift or limit an injunction filed by 26 GOP controlled states to stop the implementation of DAPA for parents of undocumented students and extending DACA for undocumented students.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

May 26, 2015

Texas - On Tuesday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit for the Southern District of Texas denied lifting or limiting a lower federal court injunction to prevent implementation of Obama's administrative immigration policy of Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents (DAPA) and extending DACA for undocumented students. 
The three panel federal appeals judges ruled, "we deny the motion for stay and the request to narrow the scope of the injunction."
At least 1.2 million persons who qualified for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), approximately 636,000 have been accepted through 2014. DAPA would have allowed for parents of undocumented students to stay in the U.S 
Today's decision by the appeals judges clears the way for the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement to continue to deport DACA students and their parents. The case will most likely reach the U.S. Supreme Court.
GOP presidential candidates viewed as anti-immigrant will most likely not get the Latino vote in 2016.

Appeals Court Decision (PDF): http://t.co/6njwpVMHV2

Sunday, May 24, 2015

McLennan County Sheriff's Office Facebook Administrator Mocks User Posting Grammer

A McLennan County Sheriff's Office Facebook administrator mocks user comment postings on its social media account.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

May 24, 2015

Waco, Texas - In a recent response to McLennan County Sheriff's Office (MCSO) Facebook (FB) account by users over the biker brawl at Twin Peaks has an administrator for the sheriff's department FB mocking their education and grammar used in posting comments. For a McLennan County worker or sheriff's deputy to mock users grammar multiple times can be viewed as unprofessional and doesn't help the public relations image for Sheriff Parnell McNamara and the department.
The MCSO FB administrator at times uses sarcastic comments when being challenged or questioned instead of carrying a simple dialogue with users. If the MCSO can't take public criticism, then why are they allowing users to post comments? 
It would be a benefit for the MCSO to replace the sarcastic and grammar mocking administrator from commenting on its FB account. A more professional administrator could be a fresh addition, especially someone who can respond to user comment postings without mocking their FB grammar.
The MCSO FB administrator could actually take a lesson from Waco Police Department Sergeant Patrick Swanton on how to deal with user comments on its Waco Police Department FB account, even when faced with criticism.

Friday, May 22, 2015

Motorcyclist Killed In Crash Identified As Alderman Joseph A. Dudzik

Dudzik lost control and crashed into construction barricades.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

May 22, 2015

Milwaukee, WI - On Thursday, Alderman Joseph A. Dudzik, 56, a motorcycle enthusiast was reported killed around 11:25 p.m. after losing control and crashing into construction barricades in the 7400 block of W. Morgan Ave., according to police. Dudzik was taken to a local hospital where he later died from his injuries.
Dudzik was first elected to the Milwaukee Common Council 11th District in 2002. According to the Milwaukee Common Council website, Alderman Dudzik had strong ties to organized labor. He was vice president/trustee of Local 47 of AFSCME District Council 48, was a delegate of Milwaukee County Labor Council and is a member of the Milwaukee Municipal Engineers Association. He graduated from Hamilton High School and attended UW-Madison, UW-Waukesha and Milwaukee Area Technical College.
Alderman Dudzik and his wife Lynn are members of St. Matthias Parish and have two sons, Jake and Jeffrey.
Alderman Dudzik served on the Licenses Committee and the Finance and Personnel Committee.


Update:   The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner's Office confirmed, Alderman Dudzik died from blunt force trauma and was not wearing a helmet. His blood alcohol concentration was 0.137 over the legal limit. He was thrown at least 75 feet when he lost control and hit a construction barricade and missing road way.
Speed contributed to the deadly accident, a 30 MPH is posted on the road way.
According to police, Alderman Dudzik attended a town meeting at the Hamilton High School and a Thursday biker night at the Harley-Davidson Museum.

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Armando Espinoza-Hipolito, Twice Deported Arrested For Wrong-way And DWI Driving

The Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) confirmed that 38-year-old OWI undocumented driver had been deported twice.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

May 21, 2015

Milwaukee, WI - On Thursday, Armando Espinoza-Hipolito, 38, an undocumented driver was arrested after police were called that a wrong-way driver was headed westbound on eastbound lanes on I-43 near S. 60th Street in the City of Greenfield. Espinoza-Hipolito almost struck three vehicles on the freeway before making a U-turn and existing the S. 76 Street exit. He stopped the vehicle and began to walk away as police approach.
Espinoza-Hipolito was booked at the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office for DWI first offense and one felony count for 2nd-degree reckless endangering safety. Additional charges are pending for driving with without a license. In 2011, Espinoza-Hipolito pleaded guilty for driving without a license and having no insurance.
ICE reported that Espinoza-Hipolito had been deported twice and could be facing federal charges as well for unauthorized re-entry to the U.S. and could face from 8 to 20 years in prison.
No bail has been set for Espinoza-Hipolito and ICE has placed a hold on him. If convicted on state charges, Espinoza-Hipolito is facing up to 10 years in prison and $25,000 in fines.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Waco Police, Texas Rangers And Feds Had Bad Intelligence About Biker Meeting At Twin Peaks

Information provided by the Waco Police Department, Texas Rangers and feds to media was not accurate about gathering.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

May 20, 2015

Waco, Texas - The Waco Police Department and other law enforcement agencies, including feds have misinformed the public that the regular scheduled regional biker meeting at the Twin Peaks Restaurant was to recruit members for the outlaw Bandidos Motorcycle Club and that other bikers were headed to the area to take retaliation after a deadly shooting occurred between the Bandidos, Cossacks M.C.s and Waco police, including Texas Rangers. Last Sunday, nine bikers were killed (eight Cossacks and one Bandidos member) and more than 25 were wounded and at least 18 were hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries.
All of the biker clubs and independent groups including some religious riding groups were attending the Texas Confederation of Clubs And Independents (TCCI) meeting. The motorcycle clubs and groups meet monthly to discuss current or pending state legislation concerning bikers. The TCCI website has the meeting advertised.
Bandidos leader Jimmy Graves and president of the TCCI told KXAN reporter Brian Collister that, "the meeting was intended to be a peaceful gathering for bikers to learn about their rights, and said he has no idea yet how the fighting started, or who started it."
Before the meeting was scheduled to start, some bikers engaged in a fist fight over an argument that apparently began in the bathroom and spilled out into the parking lot where two were stabbed and another biker took out a handgun. That's when Waco police with a SWAT team and Texas Rangers monitoring the biker gathering responded from a nearby area in less than a minute, according to Waco Police Sergeant Patrick Swanton. 
Only a few bikers engaged in the fight, but when police arrived, Sgt. Swanton says, it was chaos and that police were fired upon and they returned fire. Social media postings indicate that most of the bikers killed were from police gunfire. Police sources are saying that four bikers were killed by law enforcement including a Texas Ranger. The ongoing investigation includes a forensic ballistics test to determine, if police gunfire killed any of the deceased bikers. The justice of the peace in Waco has determined the bikers deaths as homicides.
About 192 bikers were arrested and charged with a felony for engaging in organized crime and bail was set at $1M. That charge will most likely not stand in court, simply because all of the bikers were legally attending a monthly meeting for clubs and were not engaged in any illegal activity. All the bikers who were wearing colors or club logos on vests were doing it legally and federal courts have ruled it is free speech and not against the law. Texas law allows bars or restaurants as an alternative to prohibit bikers from wearing their club colors inside to prevent any dispute between groups or rival groups.
The Twin Peaks Restaurant management decided to let bikers wear colors for their scheduled meeting. The management decision to allow a legal meeting by biker clubs to take place at the establishment cost them their franchise after the deadly altercation in the parking lot.
Some of the bikers carrying weapons were legally doing so, because many have a carry conceal weapon permit. By Waco police and other law enforcement agencies arresting 192 bikers and charging them with a felony each only indicates that authorities might have violated the Constitutional rights of the bikers not involved in the fight other than being at the scene with club members. 
Only the few who ignited the deadly brawl and engaged in a fight can be actually charged for a felony crime and misdemeanor crimes that took place at the parking lot. By the end of the investigation most of the bikers arrested and charged will most likely have their charges dropped. 
Those bikers who were found to be carrying drugs and illegal weapons will face minor or felony charges.
Waco police and the feds haven't released any information, if they were taking photos and video intelligence monitoring of the gathering. Police are reviewing video surveillance cameras at the establishments in the vicinity and police squad dash cameras to determine who shot at who on Sunday.
Other biker clubs and groups that had gathered for the TCCI meeting at the Twin Peaks Restaurant were the Black Arms M.C., Escondidos M.C., Gypsy M.C., HonorBound Motorcycle Ministry, In Country M.C., Leathernecks M.C., Los Pirados M.C., Renatus M.C., Scimitars M.C., Tornado Motorcycle Club, the Vietnam Vet/Legacy Vets M.C., Distorted M.C., Los Caballeros M.C., the Bogatyrs and Vise Grip M.C.


The following nine victims were killed during the Twin Peaks Restaurant biker gun battle between the Bandidos and Cassacks M.C.s in Waco, Texas.

● Daniel Raymond Boyett, 44, shot in the head. (Cossacks M.C.)

● Wayne Lee Campbell, 43, shot in the head. (Cossacks M.C.)

● Richard Mathew Jordan Jr., 31, shot in the head.

● Richard Vincent Kirshner Jr., 47. (Cossacks M.C.)

● Jacob Lee Rhyne, 39, shot in the neck. (Cossacks M.C.)

● Jesús Delgado Rodriguez, 65, shot in the head. (Bandidos M.C. affiliate)

● Manuel Issac Rodriguez, 40. (Bandidos M.C.)

● Charles Wayne Russell, 46, shot in the chest. (Cossacks M.C.)

● Matthew Mark Smith, 27. (Cossacks M.C.)

The following 143 suspects were arrested and booked on Sunday at the McLennan County Detention Center (jail) in Waco, Texas and were charged with one felony count each for Engaging in Organized Crime. Bail was set at $1M each. At least 115 of 170 bikers arrested have no criminal record, AP reported.


1. William Chance Aikin, 2. Ray Arnold Allen, 3. John O. Arnold, 4. Ronald Noel Atterbury, 5. Colter Bajovich, 6. Michael Don Baxley, 7. Timothy Todd Bayless, 8. Richard Benavides, 9. Burton George Bergman, 10. Ronnie Carl Bishop, 11. Mitchell W. Bradford, 12. Brian Joseph Brincks, 13. Robert Clinton Bucy, 14. Salvador Berber Campos, 15. Richard Cantu Jr., 16. Kenneth Robert Carlisle, 17. Jason L. Cavazos, 18. Rene Cavazos, 19. David Cepeda, 20. Nathan Champeau, 21. Michael E. Chaney, 22. Roy James Covey, 23. Bohar Lee Crump Jr., 24. James Albert David Jr., 25. Dalton R. Davis, 26. James Michael Devoll, 27. Jason Alan Dillard, 28. Brian Clark Eickenhorst, 29. James Brent Eney, 30. Morgan Jane English (female), 31. Nate Christian Andens Farish, 32. Matthew Ryan Folse, 33. Lance Alan Geneva, 34. Mario Alberto Gonzalez Jr., 35. James Laray Gray, 36. Nathan Clark Grindstaff, 37. Bryan Tackitt Harper, 38. Arley Lester Harris III, 39. Raymond Clifton Hawes III, 40. Jarrón Ray Hernández, 41. Michael Scott Herring, 42. Tommy Keith Jennings, 43. Daniel Carol Johnson, 44. Edgar E. Kelleher, 45. Laurence Wayne Kemp, 46. Michael Ray Kemes, 47. Jeremy King, 48. Richard Martin Kreder, 49. Cody Keith Ledbetter, 50. Jarrod D. Lehman, 51. Brian Dwight Logan, 52. Jonathan Michael, 53. Richard Olen Luther, 54. Michael Lynch, 55. Sandra Erler Lynch (female), 56. Noble C. Mallard, 57. Terry Scott Martin, 58. Eleazar Martínez, 59. John Anthony Martínez, 60. Joseph P. Matthews, 61. Wesley A. McAlister, 62. Dustin James McCann, 63. Billy Jason Mcree, 64.Tom Modesto Mendez, 65. Rudy T. Mercado, 66. Marshall Mitchell, 67. Michael Doyle Moore, 68. Jason Jesse Moreno, 69. John David Moya, 70. Robert Leon Nichols, 71. Diego Nerio Obledo, 72. Dusty Alan Oehlert, 73. Melvin Michael Pattenaude, 74. Julie Elaine Perkins (female), 75. Larry E. Pina, 76. Jerry Lee Pollard, 77. Jimmy Lee Pond, 78. David Stephen Rasor, 79. Clayton Dewayne Reed, 80. Jacob C. Reese, 81. Owen Lee Reese, 82. Rolando Reyes, 83. Sergio Reyes, 84. Kristoffer Lance Rhyne, 85. Robert Liewellyn Robertson, 86. Boyce Ray Rockett, 87. Jorge Daniel Salinas, 88. Trey Alston Short, 89. Kyle Smith, 90. Seth A. Smith, 91. Jimmy Dayton Spencer, 92. Blake Scott Taylor, 93. Michael Glenn Thomas, 94. Christian A. Valencia, 95. José Andrew Valle, 96. John Phillip Vensel, 97. Justin Nash Weddington, 98. Glenn Allan Walker, 99. Steven Walker, 100. Ester Sandy Weaver (female), 101. Walter Thomas Weaver, 102. Mark Allen White, 103. John Samuel Wiley, 104. Jacob Ryan Wilson, 105. John Robert Wilson, 106. Ricky Wayne Wycough, 107. Gage Andrew Yarborough, 108. Kevin Gene Rash, 109. Ronald Warren, 110. Juan García, 111. Jim Harris, 112. Andrew Sandoval, 113. Bobby Samford, 114. Daniel Pesina, 115. Doss Murphy, 116. Gregory Salazar, 117. James Rosas, 118. Jeremy Ojeda, 119. Joseph Ortiz, 120. Josh Martin, 121. Juventino Montellano, 122. Marcus Pilkington, 123. Martin Lewis, 124. Narciso Luna, 125. John Craft, 126. Jeff Battey, 127. Gregory Wingo, 128. Greg Corrales, 129. Gilbert Zamora, 130. Christopher Carrizal, 131. Christopher Stainton, 132. Andrew Stroer, 133. Aaron Carpenter, 134. James Venable, 135. Lindell Copeland, 136. Matthew Clendennen, 137. Michael Woods, 138. Noe Adame, 139. Owen Bartlett, 140. Reginald Weathers, 141. Royce Vanvleck, 142. Ryan Craft, 143. Yager Lawrence


Update:   Waco Police Sergeant Patrick Swanton released the following statemant, "In response to those that have cried false and ludicrous Conspiracy Theories we say this: We are continuing our investigation with the assistance of the McLennan County District Attorney office, the Texas Department of Public Safety’s Hwy. Patrol, their Criminal Investigation Division and the Texas Rangers. We also have solicited the assistance of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms, and the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission. It would be impossible to have that many of the country’s finest Law Enforcement Officers fabricate anything other than what actually occurred there.
"We would like to remind our citizens you are safe. There have been no credible threats towards you. We do continue to receive threats on Law Enforcement but that is expected in our line of work. However…we would also like to remind those involved…You know WE did nothing to start this.
"All though we have had a large number of individuals arrested at the scene, we did not arrest everyone as some parties say. Some were intentionally released on the day of the incident as it was apparent they had no involvement. Additional arrest may occur. The McLennan County Sheriff Office has done a tremendous job in processing an overwhelming number of individuals and for that…we thank you."
CCTV video from inside Twin Peaks Restaurant shows that no biker fist fight happened inside as Waco Police Sergeant Swanton has stated. The video footage contradicted the police version. Also, that more than 27 bikers were injured by police gunfire and that most of the deceased bikers were killed by police gunfire.
An assistant Waco police chief and the entire SWAT team were just across from the Twin Peaks Restaurant when the biker brawl in the parking lot began.

Monday, May 18, 2015

Milwaukee Southside Closed Facebook Groups Forum Expose Beating And Alleged Child Enticement By Paletero

Two Milwaukee Southside Facebook groups for members only began to circulated fear, concern and panic that Milwaukee police had failed to investigate allegations that a 25-year-old male paletero who sold popsicles for the Chavo Paletería had apparently said some "disturbing things" to three young girls over the weekend.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

May 18, 2015

Milwaukee, WI - On Sunday, several Facebook postings began to circulate in the social media alleging that a 25-year-old male Southside paletero who worked for El Chavo Paletería had apparently said some "disturbing things" to three young girls ages, 9, 10 and 11. The Facebook (FB) postings were screenshot by FB users from the FB Milwaukee Southsiderz (MSS) and Compra y Venta en Wisconsin (CVW), which both are closed groups and for members only. One of those postings was shared by Juan Lopez Loko and the other by Maria Ana Del Valle. Lopez Loko told Hispanic News Network U.S.A. (HNNUSA) that he shared it from the MSS group and Del Valle's shared posting showed CVW.
In Lopez Loko's posting, it said that the nieces of Jessica Mendoza and a friend were told some disturbing things and when police were contacted about the incident, that police had told the family that they couldn't do anything because the paletero didn't even touch them. In Del Valle's posting, she claimed that the Wisconsin ID card that was posted with the alleged paletero's photo, name and address was picked up after family members of the young girls actually beat up the paletero after the girls told their family. The paletero dropped his ID when he was beaten, according to Del Valle. Del Valle even wrote on her FB account that the paletero has a 7-year-old mentality.
The circulation of the postings drew fear, panic, concern and resentment from FB users in the Milwaukee area that police wouldn't investigate the incident. It prompted, Hershay Adán Jaimes, the owner of El Chavo Paletería to post a comment on FB saying that the family of the young girls had gone to his company and complained about the paletero. The paletero was immediately fired, according to Jaimes.
Jaimes didn't say, if the paletero admitted to saying any disturbing things or if he was beaten, but Del Valle claims they were sexual in nature.
HNNUSA attempted to contact Jaimes and Del Valle, but they haven't responded about the incident. Both the MSS and CVM groups could not be contacted for comment because they are closed and don't allow messaging to the administrators.
If the paletero didn't commit a crime and suffers from a mental disability, it could very well be that certain family members of the young girls might have committed a criminal act for beating up the paletero, especially if no evidence exists that he molested the young girls at all. 
According to court records, the 25-year-old paletero was charged on April 2013 with one felony count for 2nd degree sexual assault of a child, but the charge was later dismissed by recommendation of a Milwaukee County prosecutor due to lack of witness.
Will police take interest in this matter? Well, HNNUSA will have to wait and see what actually develops in order to keep you informed. One thing for sure, the paletero got an unjust beating and someone kept his Wisconsin ID card and has posted it all over FB. Even some FB users are encouraging violence against the paletero by telling others to beat him up where ever they see him in the Southside.
Vigilante action is not sanction in Milwaukee, everyone deserves their day in court instead of people turning into thugs and applying their own justice.

Editors note: The two closed Southside Facebook groups might actually do a disservice to the community they pretend to serve by keeping their postings private and for members only. What do they have to hide?

Sunday, May 17, 2015

Nine Dead After Bandidos And Cossacks M.C.'s Gun Battle Feud In Waco

Bandidos M.C. and Cossacks M.C. rival motorcycle club members involved in deadly brawl at two local restaurants in Waco.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

May 17, 2015
(Updated)

Waco, Texas - On Sunday, members of the outlaw Bandidos M.C. and Cossacks M.C. rival motorcycle club began a fists fight altercation that ignited into a gun battle just outside of the Twin Peaks and Don Carlos Restaurants at the Central Texas Market Place in Waco around 12:15 p.m., according to police. At least nine victims were killed and 25 were reported injured and hospitalized with gunshot and knife wounds. Police say, that they believe all of the reported dead victims were bikers, but have not been identified.
Multiple different motorcycle clubs, Independent groups and affiliates supporting either the Bandidos and Cossacks were attending a scheduled Region 1 function meeting at Twin Peaks Restaurant sponsored by the Texas Confederation of Clubs and Independents (TCCI). The Chairperson for the Region 1 meeting was Bandido member "Gimme Jimmy." 
Waco Police Sergeant Patrick Swanton in a press conference stated that at least 100 guns, including multiple knives and clubs were confiscated at the scene. About one hundred bikers were at the scene when the altercation began inside one of the restaurants and spilled outside into the parking lot. 
No civilians or police were reported injured, according to Sgt. Swanton. When police arrived at the scene, Sgt. Swanton said they saw a total chaos and bikers began to shoot at police. Police returned fire.
Law enforcement agencies from local, county, state and federal responded to the scene. About 30 suspects have been arrested and were taken to a undisclosed downtown location for interrogation.
Numerous armed bikers have been reported arriving in Waco, but police have closed the area where the deadly battle between rival motorcycle clubs occurred. Authorities expect biker retaliations between the outlaw groups.
According to the biker scene, the Bandidos (Est. 1966) and Cossacks (Est. 1969) Motorcycle Clubs have been engaged in a war since 2013, when Bandidos President Curtis Jack Louis, 46, and Wesley Dale Mason, 36, Sergeant of Arms stabbed two members of the Cossacks outside the Logan's Roadhouse restaurant in Abilene. The victims survived.
Last December after an affiliate member of the Bandidos was beaten by members of the Cossacks, in retaliation, Geoffrey Brady, 41, of Arlington, a member of the Ghostriders M.C. associated with the Cossacks was fatally shot multiple times at the Gator's Jam Inn in Fort Worth. Three Bandidos members, Nicholas Povendo, 33, Robert Stover, 47, of River Oaks and Wayne Baker, 59, of Fort Worth were charged with Brady's murder in December. The Cossacks M.C. had changed their club colors and began wearing the "Texas" bottom rocker (patch), despite the Bandidos objections.
In many states, any motorcycle group who wants to wear colors (club logo) as a M.C., especially a three patch style of colors, they would have to be approved by the dominant outlaw motorcycle club in the state. Independent riding groups or associations don't need approval, since they are not considered an M.C.
The Cossacks M.C. has members from law enforcement, including other professions and from all walks of life and have claimed that the Bandidos as an outlaw club have been attempting to extort the Cossacks. The Bandidos attempted to charge each member of the Cossacks $100 for the privilege to wear colors made by the outlaw club. The Cossacks refused to pay the Bandidos to make their colors and since the Cossacks have added Texas to the bottom of their rockers, the feud has escalated.
Recently, it was reported that any person who buys and registers a motorcycle with a state motor vehicle registration department, their registration automatically gets registered with the FBI's national registry/file of outlaw motorcycle clubs in the U.S. whether the motorcycle owner is a member or not of an outlaw M.C.
It's not illegal to become a member of an outlaw M.C. or to wear any motorcycle club colors publicly, only when the member or members engage in criminal activity. Not all motorcycle clubs, riding groups or associations are outlaw M.C.s, only 1% of M.C.s are outlaw clubs.



The following nine victims were killed during the Twin Peaks Restaurant biker gun battle between the Bandidos and Cassacks M.C.s in Waco, Texas.

● Daniel Raymond Boyett, 44, shot in the head. (Cossacks M.C.)

● Wayne Lee Campbell, 43, shot in the head. (Cossacks M.C.)

● Richard Mathew Jordan Jr., 31, shot in the head.

● Richard Vincent Kirshner, Jr., 47. (Cossacks M.C.)

● Jacob Lee Rhyne, 39, shot in the neck. (Cossacks M.C.)

● Jesús Delgado Rodriguez, 65, shot in the head. (Bandidos M.C. affilate)

● Manuel Issac Rodriguez, 40. (Bandidos M.C.)

● Charles Wayne Russell, 46, shot in the chest. (Cossacks M.C.)

● Matthew Mark Smith, 27. (Cossacks M.C.)

The following 143 suspects were arrested and booked on Sunday at the McLennan County Detention Center (jail) in Waco, Texas and were charged with one felony count each for Engaging in Organized Crime. Bail was set at $1M each. (Click on image to enlarge)



1. William Chance Aikin, 2. Ray Arnold Allen, 3. John O. Arnold, 4. Ronald Noel Atterbury, 5. Colter Bajovich, 6. Michael Don Baxley, 7. Timothy Todd Bayless, 8. Richard Benavides, 9. Burton George Bergman, 10. Ronnie Carl Bishop, 11. Mitchell W. Bradford, 12. Brian Joseph Brincks, 13. Robert Clinton Bucy, 14. Salvador Berber Campos, 15. Richard Cantu Jr., 16. Kenneth Robert Carlisle, 17. Jason L. Cavazos, 18. Rene Cavazos, 19. David Cepeda, 20. Nathan Champeau, 21. Michael E. Chaney, 22. Roy James Covey, 23. Bohar Lee Crump Jr., 24. James Albert David Jr., 25. Dalton R. Davis, 26. James Michael Devoll, 27. Jason Alan Dillard, 28. Brian Clark Eickenhorst, 29. James Brent Eney, 30. Morgan Jane English (female), 31. Nate Christian Andens Farish, 32. Matthew Ryan Folse, 33. Lance Alan Geneva, 34. Mario Alberto Gonzalez Jr., 35. James Laray Gray, 36. Nathan Clark Grindstaff, 37. Bryan Tackitt Harper, 38. Arley Lester Harris III, 39. Raymond Clifton Hawes III, 40. Jarrón Ray Hernández, 41. Michael Scott Herring, 42. Tommy Keith Jennings, 43. Daniel Carol Johnson, 44. Edgar E. Kelleher, 45. Laurence Wayne Kemp, 46. Michael Ray Kemes, 47. Jeremy King, 48. Richard Martin Kreder, 49. Cody Keith Ledbetter, 50. Jarrod D. Lehman, 51. Brian Dwight Logan, 52. Jonathan Michael, 53. Richard Olen Luther, 54. Michael Lynch, 55. Sandra Erler Lynch (female), 56. Noble C. Mallard, 57. Terry Scott Martin, 58. Eleazar Martínez, 59. John Anthony Martínez, 60. Joseph P. Matthews, 61. Wesley A. McAlister, 62. Dustin James McCann, 63. Billy Jason Mcree, 64.Tom Modesto Mendez, 65. Rudy T. Mercado, 66. Marshall Mitchell, 67. Michael Doyle Moore, 68. Jason Jesse Moreno, 69. John David Moya, 70. Robert Leon Nichols, 71. Diego Nerio Obledo, 72. Dusty Alan Oehlert, 73. Melvin Michael Pattenaude, 74. Julie Elaine Perkins (female), 75. Larry E. Pina, 76. Jerry Lee Pollard, 77. Jimmy Lee Pond, 78. David Stephen Rasor, 79. Clayton Dewayne Reed, 80. Jacob C. Reese, 81. Owen Lee Reese, 82. Rolando Reyes, 83. Sergio Reyes, 84. Kristoffer Lance Rhyne, 85. Robert Liewellyn Robertson, 86. Boyce Ray Rockett, 87. Jorge Daniel Salinas, 88. Trey Alston Short, 89. Kyle Smith, 90. Seth A. Smith, 91. Jimmy Dayton Spencer, 92. Blake Scott Taylor, 93. Michael Glenn Thomas, 94. Christian A. Valencia, 95. José Andrew Valle, 96. John Phillip Vensel, 97. Justin Nash Weddington, 98. Glenn Allan Walker, 99. Steven Walker, 100. Ester Sandy Weaver (female), 101. Walter Thomas Weaver, 102. Mark Allen White, 103. John Samuel Wiley, 104. Jacob Ryan Wilson, 105. John Robert Wilson, 106. Ricky Wayne Wycough, 107. Gage Andrew Yarborough, 108. Kevin Gene Rash, 109. Ronald Warren, 110. Juan García, 111. Jim Harris, 112. Andrew Sandoval, 113. Bobby Samford, 114. Daniel Pesina, 115. Doss Murphy, 116. Gregory Salazar, 117. James Rosas, 118. Jeremy Ojeda, 119. Joseph Ortiz, 120. Josh Martin, 121. Juventino Montellano, 122. Marcus Pilkington, 123. Martin Lewis, 124. Narciso Luna, 125. John Craft, 126. Jeff Battey, 127. Gregory Wingo, 128. Greg Corrales, 129. Gilbert Zamora, 130. Christopher Carrizal, 131. Christopher Stainton, 132. Andrew Stroer, 133. Aaron Carpenter, 134. James Venable, 135. Lindell Copeland, 136. Matthew Clendennen, 137. Michael Woods, 138. Noe Adame, 139. Owen Bartlett, 140. Reginald Weathers, 141. Royce Vanvleck, 142. Ryan Craft, 143. Yager Lawrence



Update:   CCTV video from inside Twin Peaks Restaurant shows that no biker fist fight happened inside as Waco Police Sergeant Patrick Swanton has stated. The video footage contradicted the police version. Also, that more than 27 bikers were injured by police gunfire and that most of the deceased bikers were killed by police gunfire.
An assistant Waco police chief and the entire SWAT team were just across from the Twin Peaks Restaurant when the biker brawl in the parking lot began.
Other biker clubs and groups that had gathered for the TCCI meeting at the Twin Peaks Restaurant were the Black Arms M.C., Escondidos M.C., Gypsy M.C., HonorBound Motorcycle Ministry, In Country M.C., Leathernecks M.C., Los Pirados M.C., Renatus M.C., Scimitars M.C., Tornado Motorcycle Club, the Vietnam Vet/Legacy Vets M.C., Distorted M.C., Los Caballeros M.C., the Bogatyrs and the Vise Grip M.C.
Speculation and allegations raised in social media by bikers indicate that most of the victims were killed by police gunfire. Some bikers are calling it a massacre by Waco police.
Waco police have confirmed that at least 17 officers including SWAT team members had been monitoring the gathering from near by.
A fist fight brawl between bikers began inside a restaurant and then spilled outside into the parking lot. A biker took out a knife and stabbed two other bikers. Another biker took out a handgun when police moved in within 30 seconds of responding from where they were stationed and opened fire at the bikers. Sgt. Swanton says, police were fired upon first, but many bikers in social media believe otherwise and are calling it a police massacre ending with multiple murders. Police sources speculate that at least four bikers were killed by police, but ballistic forensic testing will eventually determine how many bikers were killed by police gunfire.
Police are reviewing video surveillance cameras in the Texas Market Place and squad dash cameras to determine who shot who during the melee. Police haven't confirmed, if the police unit monitoring the biker gathering on Sunday were taking photographs and video intelligence surveillance as many law enforcement agencies are known to do when spying on outlaw M.C.s.
Some bikers at the scene had Conceal Carry Weapon permits legally and might have taken out their weapons for self-defense.
On Monday, the Waco Police Department released the following statement, "Still a very active crime scene this morning at Twin Peaks. Our investigation will continue throughout the day. Crime scene is littered with bullets, blood and other evidence. Civilian as well as Police units with bullet holes remain to be processed.
"192 individuals are being arrested and processed this morning in reference to the Twin Peaks Shooting. They will all face Engaging in Organized Crime charges. They are being booked and processed at this time. McLennan County District Attorney is involved in our investigation and has been assisting us throughout the night.
"TABC (Texas Alcohol Beverage Commission) is implementing a Summary Suspension closing Twin Peaks for at least 7 days. This is not a punitive action on TABC's part but done due to the ongoing danger it presents to our community. They are conducting a parallel investigation and further action may be forthcoming."
Also on Monday, the Twin Peaks franchised chain in Texas decided to revoke the Waco Twin Peaks franchise in wake of Sunday's deadly incident between biker motorcycle clubs.

Thursday, May 14, 2015

Randy "Mad Dog" Yager, An Outlaws MC Former Leader Facing Life In Prison

Yager, the former Lieutenant Outlaw leader was living in Baja California in Mexico from 2000's to October 2014 when he was taken into custody by Mexican Federal Police and his long time girlfriend Margie Jelovic was killed during a high speed chase in the town of Rosarito.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic New Network U.S.A.

May 13, 2015

Milwaukee, WI - On Wednesday, United States Attorney James L. Santelle, announced that a grand jury sitting in the Eastern District of Wisconsin returned a second superseding indictment, charging Randy M. Yager, 59, aka, "Mad or Mad Dog," originally from Crown Point, Indiana, a former Lieutenant in the leadership of the Outlaws Motorcycle Club with Racketeering and Racketeering Conspiracy, in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 1962(c) and (d).
According to the federal indictment, Yager in the 1990's participated in acts of murder and arson. The eight underlying racketeering acts charge offenses that include three homicides and the use of explosives, all directed at members of rival motorcycle gangs as part of the Outlaws' efforts to exert and maintain territorial control.
Yager was originally charged with sixteen co-defendants in an indictment that was unsealed on June 10, 1997. At that time, Yager became a fugitive. He remained a fugitive, and one of the  United States Marshal's "most wanted,"  until October 2014 when he was arrested in Baja California, Mexico, where he was living under an assumed name. The cases of Yager's co-defendants have long been resolved.  If convicted, Yager faces up to life in prison.
The case was investigated by a federal task force headed by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
The case is being prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorneys Carol L. Kraft, Scott J. Campbell and Laura S. Kwaterski, according to Santelle press release.

10-year-old Afro-American Heyer Elementary Student Claims Bullying And Life Threats By Classmate

The school bullying of a child was reported to Waukesha police, but instead of any action taken they ran a background check on the mother and never filed any reports about the initial complaint, according to the family.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

May 14, 2015

Waukesha, WI - On Thursday, a young Afro-American 10-year-old girl who attends Heyer Elementary School in Waukesha claims that she has been bullied constantly and even had life threats from a male classmate all because she has dark skin. The Heyer School Principal Heidi Williams, staff members, including teachers have been notified of Emica Underwood's bullying dilemma to no avail. So far, the student who threaten Emica's life multiple times at school was finally suspended today, Thursday. The suspended child's parents were scheduled to meet with school officials today, but the parents failed to meet, according to Edna Brown, Underwood's mother.
The Heyer Elementary School (HES)  on their website has the following statement, "The School District of Waukesha prohibits discrimination related to race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex/gender, sexual orientation, religion/creed, pregnancy, marital or parental status, or physical, mental, emotional or learning disability."
Underwood's mother has even reported the bullying and life threats that her daughter has endured to Waukesha police. When police visited Underwood's residence, the first thing they did was run a background check of her mother and was more of an interrogation instead of taking a statement for a complaint concerning a repeated bullying incident at HES. The police didn't  even filed a report or have checked the matter out, according to Carmen Murguia, a family friend who exposed the incident in her Facebook account page. Murguia released several audio interview recordings to Hispanic News Network U.S.A. (HNNUSA) of the child confirming what she had alleged actually happened to her.
Murguia posted, "This beautiful, bright eyed, sharp 10-year-old talked candidly with me last night with her mom, Edna Brown, and aunt and brothers by her side that since her first day in school in January, she's being bullied for being what she described as "a dark-skinned Black girl" by her White and Latina 5th grade classmates at Heyer Elementary School, 1209 Heyer Dr, Waukesha, WI 53186, (262) 970-1705.
"Emica has been punched in the face, attacked with a ruler, was called a smelly N-word, by other 5th graders, and last week Monday was threatened by a White boy named Dylan who threatened her life by saying he was "going to get a gun and kill her and the other dark skinned Black boy in her class."  The worst part of it is the school principal, classroom teachers, school nurse, school social worker, and school superintendent have not spoken out or had the families meet to explain why Emica has not been protected for her safety her rights as a child, and been treated for the racism, discrimination, and bullying that plagues her and her classmate who does not want to be named for protection (in a class of 48 children).
"On Friday, Emica was rushed to Waukesha Memorial hospital because she was unconscious after fainting from the stress and the depression according to the doctors, and her mother and father said, she was out for 4 hours--she had gone inside herself (exactly the way Maya Angelou had stopped talking when she was physically molested as a child and became depressed by her stress).
"The Waukesha police went to Edna Brown's (Emica lives with her mother) home, and Edna describes the next two hours as interrogation rather than listening to her story about the bullying and violence and death threat Emica receives on a daily basis in Heyer elementary.  In fact, the Waukesha police ran a background check on Edna Brown while there and never wrote a report of the series of incidents," Murguia wrote.
Underwood has been released from the hospital and Brown is now trying to relocate to Milwaukee for fear, if she stays in the City of Waukesha and her daughter continues to attend HES, she could be placing Underwood in danger as a result of a lack of protection by school officials and police. Only about three weeks are left in the school year at HES.
HNNUSA has reached out to HES Principal Williams and the Waukesha police for comment concerning the allegations raised by Underwood and her mother.

Update: Todd Gray, the Superintendent of the Waukesha School District in a statement to Hispanic News Network U.S.A. (HNNUSA) would only say on Friday, "The information you have here is very inaccurate and the allegations made are unequivocally incorrect and/or false.  Correct procedures were followed immediately and completely upon being informed of the situation.  Since this involves minor students that is all we will report on this matter." Superintendent Gray failed to elaborate what information in the article was "incorrect and/or false" and when did he know of the bullying and life threat incidents made towards Emica Underwood, a 5th grader? When did the Heyer Elementary School Principal Heidi Williams take action to stop the bullying or whether the students involved were monitored to see, if in fact bullying or life threats were taking place? Gray seems to say, the information provided by the Brown family, including Underwood and Murguia's allegations are "incorrect and/or false," according to his limited statement and claiming to say that it involved student minors so, he couldn't elaborate further on the matter.
According to Carmen Murguia, the Brown's family friend, she confirmed that Mrs. Edna Brown had contacted a social worker at the school and Principal Williams numerous times in the last five months. Underwood had visited Principal Williams office at least 15 times concerning the bullying and life threats. Brown was never informed of those visits, Underwood finally told her mother, but when Brown contacted Principal Williams and a school social worker, nothing was actually done until Thursday, when the male student involved in the bullying was suspended. Gray did not indicate whether he had met with Brown to determine the gravity of the bullying incidents.
HNNUSA has found no indication that Principal Williams or Superintendent Gray had send out any letters to students parents advising them that bullying or life threats would not be tolerated.
The mother only identified as (R.Y.) of the Heyer Elementary School student who was allegedly suspended contacted HNNUSA on Friday about the article and claims it was untrue. She did admit her child suffered the consequences, but she mentioned an incident involving her son with a BB gun that did not involved Underwood. She told HNNUSA, "The incident that involved my son has been resolved and consequences have been issued. It really has nothing to do with you (HNNUSA) or the Brown family...There was nothing with any afroamericans. This has nothing to do with color, race or whatnot. Whether she is being bullied by others in the school is another issue that had nothing to do with this incident."
When the Brown family was contacted about Superintendent Gray's statement and the suspended child's mother comments, they would only indicate that they knew (school officials) what was happening and didn't act appropriately to stop the bullying. Brown would only say, "Now it's a BB gun and now, he wasnt talking to Emica WOW a threat is a threat and that mother and son knows that a BB gun can't kill anyone."
One thing for sure, there is a big difference between a BB gun and threatening to kill someone with a gun. Brown did confirmed that Superintendent Gray hadn't contacted her to deal with the bullying issue.

Alvaro Canseco-Hernández Facing Life For The Hit-and-run Death Of Tony Orosco

Canseco-Hernández was driving under the influence of alcohol and with a revoked license when he struck Orosco last week.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

May 14, 2015

Milwaukee, WI - On Wednesday, Alvaro Canseco-Hernández, 34, was charged with four felony counts for the hit-and-run death of Anthony "Tony" P. Orosco, 59, on March 8 at the 2600 block of S. 13th Street. Orosco was originally from Texas and a local U.S. Veteran. He was crossing the street when he was struck by the suspect.
Canseco-Hernández was arrested after he fled the scene and was followed by a witnessed who notified a Milwaukee police officer in the area that the suspect was driving a white truck. Police Officer Guadalupe Ramirez-Cervantes stopped the suspect near S. 27th Street and W. Cleveland Ave. The suspect admitted to Officer Ramirez-Cervantes that he had been drinking earlier (14 to 17 beers) with a friend and later tested O.15 for blood-alcohol concentration which is nearly twice the legal limit, according to the criminal complaint.
Canseco-Hernández was charged with homicide by intoxication use of a vehicle (40 years in prison and fines up to $100k), use of a vehicle with PAC - Prohibited Alcohol Concentration (40 years in prison and fines up to $100K), hit-and-run causing death (25 years in prison) and knowingly driving while license revoked causing death (6 years in prison and fines up to 10K). A cash bail of $10,000 was set for Canseco-Hernández. He is expected back in court for a preliminary hearing on May 21.
According to court records, Canseco-Hernández was convicted for OWI, a first offense in July 9, 2012 and had his license revoked and was under a mandatory ignition interlock device order. If convicted on all counts, Canseco-Hernández is facing up to life in prison and fines up to $210K.

Russ Feingold Announced His Bid For The U.S. Senate Again

Former U.S. Senator Russ Feingold running once again for the federal Senate.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

May 14, 2015

Middleton, WI - On Thursday, former U.S. Senator Russ Feingold (D) announced that he is once again running for the U.S. Senate in 2016. Feingold was defeated by Ron Johnson (R) in 2011. Feingold posted his message to run for the U.S. Senate on his Facebook page account. U.S. Senator Johnson is up for re-election in 2016.
Feingold stated, "I'm running for U.S. Senate to fight for my fellow Wisconsinites and because multi-millionaires, billionaires and big corporations shouldn't call all the shots."

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

No Justice, No Compromise, Justice For Tony T. Robinson And Dontre Hamilton

Peaceful rally and march called for the prosecution of police officers involved in the homicides of Tony T. Robinson and Dontre Hamilton.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

May 13, 2015

Milwaukee, WI - On Wednesday, more than one hundred people, including children gathered at Red Arrow Park for a peaceful rally and march to call for the U.S. Attorney in Wisconsin to look into the Tony T. Robinson, 19, homicide case. Robinson was shot multiple times by Madison Police Officer Matt Kenny, 45, on March 6. Robinson is Afro-American and Kenny is White. 
Members of the late Dontre Hamilton who was fatally shot by Milwaukee Police Officer Christopher Manny joined the rally. They told the crowd, that they will continue to protest and march against homicides perpetrated by police related shootings and seek justice for both Robinson and Hamilton. While marching through the downtown city streets, they chanted "No justice, No Compromised." 
On Tuesday, Dane County District Attorney Ismael Ozanne confirmed that Madison Police Officer Kenny was justified in killing Robinson on March 6.
Police released a policy squad dash cam video where it shows Kenney going a home and then stepping out firing several shots. Robinson was struck in the head and torso.
In March, Officer Kenny responded around to a report that man was involved in an alleged battery and was causing a disturbance by running between traffic on the street near the 1100 block of Williamson Street. When Officer Kenny arrived at the scene, he saw a man run into a home and immediately went to that home. The officer heard a disturbance inside the home and forced his way inside. Kenny drew his weapon during an altercation with Robinson who was then shot multiple times by the officer. Officer Kenny after shooting Robinson, he then began to administer for aid, according to the investigation by Madison police.
In April 2014, Hamilton who suffered from a mental illness was shot multiple times by Milwaukee Police Officer Manney at Red Arrow Park. The Milwaukee County D.A.'s Office ruled that Manney was justified in killing Hamilton. But, Milwaukee Police Chief Edward Flynn fired Officer Manney for not following protocol in searching a person with a mental disability ending with death. Officer Manney appealed his termination with the Milwaukee Fire and Police Commission, which the Commission affirmed Manney's termination from the police department. Recently, Manney filed an appeal in a Milwaukee County court in an attempt to get his job back.
In Wisconsin's 129 year history, only the Milwaukee Police Officer Alfonzo Glover, 35, and undocumented Javier Prado, 25, homicide case in March 6, 2005 has been overturned from justified to murder after the Hispanic media pressured then Milwaukee County District Attorney E. Michael McCann to reopen the case and an independent investigation found Glover murdered Prado. Prado was shot 19 times with most fatally striking him in the back as he pleaded for mercy.
Glover committed suicide the same day he was charged with felony murder to avoid life in prison.

Video: Milwaukee Rally and March for justice for Tony T. Robinson https://youtu.be/DhmJP6A0noQ


In Madison on Wednesday, police reported at least 25 demonstrators were arrested for obstructing a busy traffic intersection near the Capitol. The demonstrators went to the Dane County Courthouse and staged a mock trial. Some of demonstrators chained themselves together in front of the Dane County Jail as well.
Between 500 to 700 demonstrators marched on Wednesday in Madison for a second day after it was learned Officer Kenny would not be charged. Most of those arrested received a $124.00 citation for obstructing a street, which requires an arrest.