Cartels dissolution, Motorcycle Clubs dream
By Matthew Pierce
Police intelligence has confirmed that since the dissolution of the Juarez Cartel dubbed, "La Linea" Fort Carson became open game for many other types of lower level criminal organizations and activity, it seemed as if the dissolution of the Cartel which was supposed to be good for the community of Fort Carson and Bone County as a whole didn't prevail in such ways as the LSPD and SASD had hoped, Surveys in the recent year has proven that the murder rate and sexual assaults has significantly increased without the presence of criminals who had some form of a morale code.
That was until an arrival of a new group, Pagan's Motorcycle Club, or simply The Pagans, an outlaw motorcycle club formed by Lou Dobkin in 1959 in Prince George's County, Maryland, United States. The club rapidly expanded and by 1965, the Pagans, originally clad in blue denim jackets and riding Triumphs, began to evolve along the lines of the stereotypical one-percenter motorcycle club.
The Pagans are categorized as an outlaw motorcycle gang by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. They are known to fight over territory with the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club (HAMC) and other motorcycle clubs. It is active on the East Coast of the U.S. states: Delaware, Florida, Kentucky, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, West Virginia and Puerto Rico.
The Pagans were established in Prince George's County, Maryland by then-president Lou Dobkin, in 1959. The group started out by wearing denim jackets and riding Triumph Motorcycles. Originally they were a comradeship of 13 motorcyclists. In the 1960s they adopted a formal constitution and formed a governing structure choosing a national president.
They were a fairly non-violent group until 1965, when the Pagans evolved into an outlaw biker gang with ties to other organized crime groups. Under the leadership of John "Satan" Marron their violence grew in the early 1970s. Their mother club is not in a fixed location but has been generally located in the Northeast. Pagan leaders number 13 to 18 members who are chapter presidents with the largest chapter located in Philadelphia.
The Pagans have grown through "patching over" or incorporating smaller outlaw motorcycle clubs.
It is now rumoured by our insider source that since the recent outbreak of violence between the more established MC's in the state that the Pagan's had some sort of involvement and now have a chapter of there very own in Fort Carson.
Local authority's refused to comment on the situation when questioned how does all this criminal activity seem to spout up right under there noses, due to on-going pending investigation.
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