Mongols MC Reports Ex-President "Doc" Cavazos FLIPPED  for Feds

The Mongols MC reports the following on its website, that its national president, Ruben “Doc” Cavazos, is a government informant:
Doc Cavazos (SOURCE)

The Mongols MC reports that its former national president, Ruben “Doc” Cavazos, is a government informant:
He has been blamed for turning the club into one of the largest criminal organizations on the West Coast of the United States during his time as President. In order to bolster the gang's ranks, he also recruited members of street gangs into the club, much to the disgust of the old school bikers. He was voted out of the club on August 30, 2008 during a meeting in Vernon, California, due to the majority of the membership believing that he was stealing from the club and provoking a war with the Mexican Mafia. 
On October 21, 2008, Cavazos and 79 other Mongols were arrested by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives after an investigation into the club, known as Operation Black Rain. Police raided his 2,760 square foot home in South Hills, West Covina, California, where he lived with his son, Ruben "Lil Rubes" Cavazos Jr, and brother, Al "the Suit" Cavazos, and seized firearms and bulletproof vests. After his arrest during the Operation Black Rain, he pleaded guilty to the racketeering charge and faces up to 20 years in prison.






Ruben “Doc” Cavazos flipped on January 23rd. He seems to have gone quickly and easily. He was the very first Mongol to plead guilty to count one of the indictment. He confessed that he led a murdering, drug dealing criminal conspiracy called the Mongols Motorcycle Club. He also confessed “that the Mongols Registered Trademarks afforded a source of influence over the RICO enterprise that defendant admits he established, operated, controlled, conducted and participated in the conduct of….

“As part of his guilty plea (Cavazos) agreed to the forfeiture of all right, title and interest in certain assets acquired or maintained by him as a result of his violation of (the RICO statute) including…the 'Mongols Registered Trademarks' or 'marks'” and admitted that the marks were subject to forfeiture to the United States. 
The government has also cited the guilty pleas to Count One of the Indictment by numerous defendants besides Cavazos as proof that the Mongols Motorcycle Club is a criminal conspiracy and the name and patch are subject to forfeiture. The government has argued that the pleas demonstrate “a nexus between the violation of which the defendant has been convicted (or to which he has pled) and the property sought.”


I only found that information based on a blog I follow very closely, the Canadian-based Gangsters Out, which sports the tagline:
Your alternate news source. Connecting the dots between politics and organized crime.

The blogger is a Noam Chomsky fan like myself. If you haven't viewed Requiem for the American Dream, I'd suggest you do so at once.



Gangsters Out Blog today reported:

TBM USA and TBM Scandinavia are reporting that former Mongols National President Ruben “Doc" Cavazos is out in bad standing. My first impression was sadness. Doc Cavazos was a good guy. Why do the MCs always eat their own? One minute it's L&R Friends Forever Forever Friends, then the next minute it f*ck you you're an enemy and a piece of sh*t. The honeymoon never seems to last forever. Maybe maybe Doc Cavazos would like to join TBM now.

So then I decided to take a look at the other side of the story. Why is he out in bad standing? The Mongols web site claims he cut a plea deal and became a government informant. What?! No way. Say it isn't so. Quite often the HAs will say so and so was an informant when they weren't to rationalize why they killed them. Take Brittney Irving for an example. She was not a police informant. They simply screwed her over for a manufactured debt.

Doc Cavazos' case appears to be slightly different. He was handed a 14 year sentence under Operation Black Rain. The whole incident appears to be someone suspect. At the time theyclaimed they were set up and the ATF falsified evidence. The case appears to be based on the Nicola’s Shooting. We're not talking about getting caught shipping massive amounts of cocaine like the ATF did in Operation Fast and Furious. The Mongols real crime appears to be the fact that they have access to weapons and are Hells Angels rivals.

The controversial and most significant aspect of the case against Doc Cavazos is the ATF's attempt to seize the Mongols patch and trademark. This quest failed on September 16th, 2015 when Federal District Judge David O. Carter dismissed the case. However, the trademark quest continues as a new judge has been assigned to the case and the Mongols web site claims thatRuben “Doc” Cavazos flipped on January 23rd.





They state that "He seems to have gone quickly and easily. He was the very first Mongol to plead guilty to count one of the indictment. He confessed that he led a murdering, drug dealing criminal conspiracy called the Mongols Motorcycle Club. He also confessed “that the Mongols Registered Trademarks afforded a source of influence over the RICO enterprise that defendant admits he established, operated, controlled, conducted and participated in the conduct of….“As part of his guilty plea (Cavazos) agreed to the forfeiture of all right, title and interest in certain assets acquired or maintained by him as a result of his violation of (the RICO statute) including…the 'Mongols Registered Trademarks' or 'marks'” and admitted that the marks were subject to forfeiture to the United States."

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