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Out Bad [Paperback]

Donald Charles Davis
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Nov. 1 2011
Out Bad is a true story about motorcycle outlaws and modern American police. It begins with the painstakingly assembled, never before told story of the murder of a Mongols Motorcycle Club member named Manuel Vincent "Hitman" Martin. Martin was shot off his motorcycle on the Glendale Freeway in Los Angeles about 2 a.m. on October 8, 2008. Initial reports alleged that Martin had been murdered by the Hells Angels and that he died as part of an ongoing, "furious feud" between the two groups. The truth behind the murder is much more interesting and disturbing than that. Martin died on the final day of a three-year-long, undercover investigation of the Mongols by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. The ATF called it "Operation Black Rain." Both Black Rain, and the federal prosecution that followed, were so cynically unfair and corrupt that some Mongols still believe that Martin was actually murdered by government agents. Together, the investigation and the prosecution probably cost $150 million. The initial press coverage of the case was manipulated by the ATF. News of the subsequent legal wrangling was virtually non-existent because the Department of Justice wanted to keep the case as secret as possible. Out Bad, draws on numerous public and confidential sources including numerous sources within the Mongols, the Hells Angels and the ATF to accurately reveal what really happened. Out Bad is a startling ride down a dark road nobody yet knows. Here's your ticket. Climb on. There ain't no seatbelt.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Best Book on 1%ers April 5 2012
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I have almost every book on motorcycle clubs and this is the best one. Most books are wrote by law enforcement agents who lie about their roles in crimes and lie about the bikers they betray. Some are written buy snitches who turn on their brother who can be less trusted then the cops. This is a book that tells the true story about the 1 %ers who if you know any you know they are not all crooks and drug dealers. They are family men, hold steady jobs or own businesses.

The feds always brag at the number of arrests they make but the truth is only a fraction ever sticks. Most crimes in biker investigations are fabricated crimes encouraged by agents. I think this is a must read for all bikers. The truth is out and this book is the truth no matter what club you support or belong too.
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2.0 out of 5 stars just ok March 25 2014
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Not riveting especially the second half
In fact only read about half then lost interest. Too bad I thought it would've been more interesting.
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5.0 out of 5 stars What an amazing read .. Feb. 22 2014
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I have read a few books on the topic and after the "The brotherhood of the Rebels" this is by far the second best book out there, I just started re-reading it again, it is a joy to read for those who appreciate English (specially for ESL's like me :)). It is even a more appealing read for the second time. amazing all around views and makes me want to revise my review to billy Queen book a few notches down.
For a strange reason the literary value of the book written by outlaw far outweighs the value of the one written by the cop ! :)
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5.0 out of 5 stars A real eye opener! June 19 2013
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An in depth exposure of the frightening level of corruption that law enforcement has fallen to in the persecution of one small group of citizens. I would highly recommend this well written and researched book to anyone who has the stomach to learn the truth!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing book!!!! July 29 2014
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A look into the real ATF operations against bikers!
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