Gangs Have Rocket Launchers But At Least We Can Keep Them Out of the Hands of Police


32-year-old Christopher Conger and 29-year-old Jeremy Robertson

Obama issued a fiat this week that keep police from having bayonets, grenade launchers, weaponized aircraft, tracked armored vehicles and large caliber weapons. Unfortunately, criminals have many of those weapons and some plan to use them against police.

The same day that Obama issued the order 32-year-old Christopher Conger and 29-year-old Jeremy Robertson were arrested for the alleged plot to use a grenade launcher and missiles against the Eustis Police Department because of recent run-ins with officers.

A search warrant of a shed/home used by them turned up 22 firearms, two bullet-proof vests, containers of black powder, over a pound of marijuana, crack cocaine, prescription pills and other drug paraphernalia.

Eustis Police Chief Fred Cobb was alerted to the plotted attack on Friday and described himself as “blindsided” by its news, MyNews13 reported.

Conger and Robertson are being held on a mere $20,000 bond though they’ve been charged with possession of cocaine with intent to sell, grand theft of a firearm, using or displaying a firearm during a felony and wearing a bulletproof vest during certain offenses.

There are more charges coming hopefully.

Conger appears to belong to an international Hispanic gang.

We are seeing international gangs growing in the United States and they are going to bring the same kind of street violence that we see throughout the world.

The two biker gangs who shot it out in Waco on Sunday are part of international gangs of the sort we see in Mexico and El Salvador.

One of the gangs involved, the Bandidos, is one of the largest outlaw motorcycle gangs in the USA, with about 900 members and 93 chapters though the group claims 200 chapters and 2500 members in 16 countries. The FBI calls them a serious domestic threat.

The FBI says the Bandidos “are involved in transporting and distributing cocaine and marijuana and are involved in the production, transportation and distribution of methamphetamine.” The group is most active in the Pacific, Southeastern, Southwestern and the West Central regions of the USA.

The Cossacks biker gang began to challenge and insult the Bandidos recently. They started wearing a Texas patch on their clothing, which was “basically a slap in the face” to the Bandidos.

The Cossacks were involved in the shootout with the Bandidos along with the Scimitars and Vaqueros.

The Bandidos have also gone up against the Hells Angels.

USA Today claims the Bandidos say they are disenchanted soldiers with affiliates throughout Europe, Asia, Panama, and Paraguay. They and the others are actually international criminal enterprises.

The Bandidos was founded by Texas dockworker Donald Chambers who named the club in honor of the Mexican bandits who lived by their own rules.

All of these gangs are outlaw motorcycle gangs or OMGS and they serve merely as conduits for criminal enterprises. Drugs, extortion and  trafficking are high on the list.

Some are Aryan, some are Hispanic, some are European, and all are in the United States making use of the free flowing drugs coming across our borders.

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Someone needs to explain to me why we have Bandidios from Norwary, Sweden, Germany, Belgium and so on here within the United States engaging in criminal activity. Are they here illegally? What?

Keep those borders open D.C. and we will see Mexican-style gang violence on the streets of every city on a regular basis.

At least Obama has his priorities straight – he’s disarming the police. We wouldn’t want them to look too tough. It might insult these loser thugs.