Thomas Maddux, Lost Prairie
It is impossible to awaken someone who is pretending to be asleep – a saying of the human beings
Limestone County, Texas – Koloneh would know. He spent time in this country.
In this country, the people strive to be hard-headed, are obedient to their dreams, and live to be free. No one knows it better than the riders of the great, shiny two-hearted beasts, the bikers.
They are not satisfied, as usual, with the way the man behind the badge handles the fact of their right to keep and bear firearms – who can and can’t carry one, and in what matter. It’s for their own protection, the badges say.
A chief of the III%er’s, Thomas Maddux, explains:
This is a picture of his great friend, the legislative lobbyist Bill “Sputnik” Strain, founder of the Texas Motorcycle Rights Association, departed in 2010, who caused the present law regarding carrying a pistol to be passed. It is widely known that he was unsatisfied, at the time, but accepted his dissatisfaction. Before he met the Great Spirit, Sputnik had the word “Free” tattooed on his forehead.
This is Brian Jones, a Navy veteran of the Desert Storm War, who lived in the community for only 7 days before the welcome wagon came to call on October 14 – three deputy sheriff’s officers who cuffed him, searched his residence and his papers without a warrant, and went on their merry way without so much as a by your leave. He has a Concealed Carry Handgun License, but all it bought him was grief. Now, hear his story:
Follow this link to read a report and listen to an audio interview of a couple whose son met death at the hands of a Limestone County Deputy serving an arrest warrant at their place of business located in Groesbeck, the county seat:
1949 Indian Chief
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