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Ruben Doc Cavazos

Wrong Ruben Doc Cavazos?
 
Background

Employment History

  • President
    Mongols
  • National President
    Mongols
  • President
    Mongols Motorcycle Club
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Greg Risling of the Associated Press ...
mongolsmc.com, 17 Feb 2014 [cached]
Greg Risling of the Associated Press reported Wednesday that Ruben "Doc Cavazos, former President of the Mongols Motorcycle Club, was sentenced to 14 years imprisonment.
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"The AP learned of the sentence Tuesday," Risling wrote, "when U.S. District Judge Otis Wright relayed the information through federal prosecutors after the news organization asked about Ruben 'Doc' Cavazos' sentencing."
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Risling continued, "Only after repeated prodding by The Associated Press to reveal the sentence did U.S. District Judge Otis Wright relay Tuesday via federal prosecutors that he sent Cavazos to prison for 14 years.
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Ruben "Doc' Cavazos, the former President of the Mongols Motorcycle Club, and his son Ruben "Lil Rubes" Cavazos, Jr. were sentenced en camera by Federal District Judge Otis D Wright, II at 10 a.m. on Thursday, September 8.
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"You write, "Former Mongols President Ruben 'Doc' Cavazos trademarked the Mongols insignia in the name of a corporation he owned.
I, Ruben Cavazos, ...
mongolsmc.com [cached]
I, Ruben Cavazos, declare:
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Ruben Cavazos
Government Counter-motion Filed August 23, 2010
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...If Cavazos had the actual authority to register the Marks as national president of the Mongols - and Petitioner admits that he did - he clearly had at least the apparent authority thereafter to assign them to Shotgun Productions while still president of the association, regardless of Gonzalez's later statement that he did not. In each of the referenced filings, the president of the gang acted through counsel in his official capacity and submitted a sworn declaration to the (United States Patent and Trademark Office) USPTO. A third party reviewing the USPTO filings with respect to the Marks would reasonably conclude that all of Cavazos's actions with respect to the Marks were pursuant to his authority as president of the gang, and the Mongols are bound by the actions taken by Cavazos within the scope of his apparent authority.
In the 2008 Mongols case, named ...
www.agingrebel.com [cached]
In the 2008 Mongols case, named US versus Cavazos and others after lead defendant and former Mongols president Ruben "Doc" Cavazos, Assistant U.S. Attorney Welk never stopped trying to seize the Mongols name and logo - which portrays a Mongol warrior in bell bottom jeans riding a rigid framed motorcycle while simultaneously smoking a joint and brandishing a scimitar.
"You write, "Former Mongols President ...
mongolsmc.com [cached]
"You write, "Former Mongols President Ruben 'Doc' Cavazos trademarked the Mongols insignia in the name of a corporation he owned.
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PRELIMINARY ORDER OF FORFEITURE AS TO RUBEN CAVAZOS [REGISTERED MARKS]
Upon consideration of the revised application of plaintiff United States of America for a preliminary order of forfeiture pursuant to Count Eighty-Five of the Indictment, defendant Ruben Cavazos's plea of guilty to Count One of the Indictment, defendant's plea agreement, defendant's change of plea hearing, and the evidence presented with the government's application, the court ORDERS as follows:
I. FORFEITABLE PROPERTY
For the reasons set out below, the following described property, and all rights, interests and privileges appurtenant thereto (hereinafter, the "Forfeitable Marks") is subject to forfeiture to the United States. As alleged in Count Eighty-Five of the Indictment, the government has established the requisite nexus between the Forfeitable Marks and the offenses described in Count One of the Indictment pursuant to 18 U.S.C. § 1963(a). All right, title, and interest of RUBEN CAVAZOS in the Forfeitable Marks is hereby forfeited to the United States.
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P. 32.2(b)(3) and defendant CAVAZOS's consent, this Preliminary Order of Forfeiture shall become final as to defendant RUBEN CAVAZOS upon entry and shall be made part of his sentence and included in his judgment.
Will Doc Cavazos Flip | The Aging Rebel
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Cavazos, who has become almost famous as the leader of the Mongols, was voted out of the club "in bad standing" at a meeting in Vernon, CA on August 30. Apparently, a majority of the membership believed Cavazos was stealing from the club and was provoking a war with the Mexican Mafia.
Apparently, many Mongols and ex-Mongols have thought Cavazos was stealing from the club for a long time.
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Cavazos was "out for himself and not the brotherhood of the club."
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Cavazos is on his own. And, because of the enemies he has made, he is very unlikely to be greeted by friends in prison. He might become the first motorcycle outlaw in the history of motorcycle outlaws to do his time in protective custody. If, that is, he does his time.
If Cavazos does his time he will not be able to return to his club because it is no longer his club. They are no longer his brothers.
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So far, nobody has ever exactly accused Cavazos of being Gravano.
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And, on top of that, the Mongols have already voted that Cavazos was running the club for his own profit. There have even been allegations that Cavazos was pocketing each new member's $500 prospecting fee.
And, Cavazos was apparently not declaring any of this on his income tax.
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* and crimes committed by Doc Cavazos, his son "Little Rubes" Cavazos and a few close associates to expand, enhance and enrich a Cavazos criminal organization.
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Most perilous for the former Mongols president is that the government seems to have multiple witnesses who will testify that Cavazos ran an aggressive, for profit, criminal enterprise across state line and national borders.
While his phone was being tapped Cavazos "advised approximately 200 members that Mongols should be alert to the possibility of wiretap monitoring by federal law enforcement agents and should be careful not to discuss incriminating matters on the telephone, and Cavazos also discussed criminal investigations conducted by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, as well as the risk to the Mongols of prosecution for its racketeering crimes."
In April, 2006 "Cavazos addressed a Mongols 'All Members' Meeting in Baja, Mexico, and advised members that the Mongols would 'exterminate' the 'rats' who had provided incriminating information about (him) to law enforcement."
In July, 2007 Cavazos "and others conducted a Mongols 'Presidents and Sergeant-at-Arms' meeting in Los Angeles County, California, and Cavazos told members that they needed to demonstrate the 'strength and muscle' of the Mongols and described the expansion of the Mongols gang into other states across the nation, and Cavazos discussed the need to use violence to expand the authority of the Mongols into new areas not previously controlled by the Mongols."
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"On March 11, 2008, by telephone, defendant Cavazos discussed preparing a story on the Mongols with a news reporter, and Cavazos told the reporter that he could provide specific details about a Mongols murder committed at a tattoo shop and involving the Mexican Mafia, including information about the planning and preparation for the murder."
With a news reporter!? He talked about a murder with a reporter!?
"On July 24, 2008, by telephone using coded language, defendant Hector Gonzalez told a confidential government informant that he delivered approximately $15,000 to $17,000 in United States currency from Mongols chapters every month to defendants Cavazos and Ruben Cavazos, Jr.; that Cavazos had directed him to
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With all due respect to Ruben Cavazos, his Beverly Hills agent, his publisher and any admirers he may still have, with all due and sincere respect to present and former members of the Mongols Motorcycle Club, your club and your former president seemed to have behaved really stupidly.
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It seems to me that if Cavazos is a tough guy with the club then he will be a tough guy on his own and not turn rat.
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I am sure they all, including Cavazos, have been pressured to make a deal. As far as I can tell, so far everybody is standing tall. One guy made a plea and sentencing agreement but I don't know that he was ratting anybody out. He was probably just copping a plea.
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Cavazos will turn lile a friggen tumbleweed, he is a wuss. The guy was lucky the Hell's Angels didn't snuff his ass. They have already taken out a senior Mongel is response to their brother who got killed by that Mongol coward in Frisco, and the Mongols are now running scared from the feds and the HA's. In addition the Mexican Mafia is looking to take out Cavazos and the Black Guerilla Family has a hit out on him as well. The Aryan Brotherhood could pick up a contract on him by the HA's or the La Eme for the right price...so he has to worry about them as well. The guy is screwed, he will flip.
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It looks like Cavazos along with a few others have indeed flipped.
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The one's including Cavazos who turned rat are junk parts for sure. Thanks again.
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Roger Pinney said Ruben Cavazos "was out for himself and not the brotherhood of the club.
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Cavazos was the President of the Mongols. And, I also think that if Doc Cavazos goes to Hell it will be for the sin of pride and not for cowardice.
I am pretty sure he has heard, "Come on, Why don't you help me help you?"
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I heard that Ruben appointed himself when the actual Pres was recovering from an injury or something like that....is that true?
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