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Pre-dawn raids on the headquarters of three Brooklyn motorcycle gangs netted 8 suspects, a respectable arsenal, and plenty of heroin. But wait, there’s more:
[E]ach defendant was a 1% patched member of his respective motorcycle gang. The defendants wore the patch to identify themselves as “outlaws,” who reject main-stream society and live outside of the law.
You think the ALEC gang hates unionized public employees? They got nothing on the 1%:
Four of the Forbidden Ones defendants wore a “bangout patch,” depicting two crossing handguns, which signified that the member had assaulted or engaged in one or more confrontations with law enforcement.
The 1% take their Second Amendment rights very seriously, so seriously that their arsenal allegedly includes weapons that could have been used in the Revolutionary War. The Forbidden Ones had a functional cannon pointed at the door of their headquarters, according police. The Daily News says it was loaded.
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