OMG: The Government Need To Take Out the Trash

Nuclear power plant technicians, senior military officers, FBI contractors and an employee of “a highly-secretive Department of Defense agency” with a Top Secret clearance. Those are just a few of the more than 100 people with sensitive military and government connections that law enforcement is tracking because they are linked to “outlaw motorcycle gangs.”

A year before the deadly Texas shootout that killed nine people on May 17, a lengthy report by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives detailed the involvement of U.S. military personnel and government employees in outlaw motorcycle gangs, or OMGs. A copy of the report was obtained by The Intercept.

The report lays out, in almost obsessive detail, the extent to which OMG members are represented in nearly every part of the military, and in federal and local government, from police and fire departments to state utility agencies. Specific examples from the report include dozens of Defense Department contractors with Secret or Top Secret clearances; multiple FBI contractors; radiological technicians with security clearances; U.S. Department of Homeland Security employees; Army, Navy and Air Force active-duty personnel, including from the special operations force community; and police officers.

If this is true.  Fuck them and their ‘careers’  they can go from wanna-be-Hells-Belles, to full time scum.

via Exclusive: Leaked Report Profiles Military, Police Members of Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs – The Intercept.

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3 thoughts on “OMG: The Government Need To Take Out the Trash

  1. Wow, so much for freedom to peacefully assemble and concepts like ‘innocent until proven guilty’ eh?

    Bob S.

  2. As I wrote: “If true….”

    And, if it is true, US government employees have NO business being a part of, a member of, an associate of, known criminal gangs or organizations.

    Would you extend the same ‘innocent until proven guilty’ standard for membership/association with the Bloods or Crips? How about NAMBLA?

  3. Actually, yes I would extend the same standard to people in those organizations. We don’t get to pick and choose who they rights apply to. It is all or nothing.

    Bob S.

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