I always find it funny when the media will play both sides, one minute they get their panties all in a bind when a cop goes out there and kills a black dude, then the next they jump on the little piggies side when it comes to someone in a motorcycle club. So this 22 year veteran of the Oklahoma City Fire Department screwed up by drinking and driving, he also had a handgun on him (Which here at Insane Throttle we believe in the second amendment, a permit shouldn’t be required to carry at all). So when he get’s pulled over, Johnny Law decides to throw the book at him and then later not charge him, guess since he was a firefighter and not one of their boys in blue he couldn’t catch a break staying out of the news.
So the media, the cess pool libtards they are, decided since he was a member of the Bandidos M/C (A right protected under the First Amendment) would crucify this 22 year veteran in the news because of his membership in the Bandidos. This case was about a dude who got drunk, got pulled over, everyone can agree he fucked up. The question is, How is that the basis of putting this man, whom probably saved countless lives, on front street because of his club membership? My second question would be, where is the article where the Dumb-Shit DA in the Waco case is under investigation for a host of ethics violations and other illegal activities? The paper made sure to put out there that this man was a member of a club involved in the Waco shootings, but they left out that the first case ended in a mistrial, they left out that most of those charged, will probably be dropped because of the overreach of the cops and DA.
An investigation by Oklahoma City Fire Department officials continues following the arrest of a 22-year veteran of the department who was found with a handgun and a jacket associated with a motorcycle gang.
Fire officials said Terry Scott Allen, 54, was arrested by Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers on a number of complaints, including public intoxication and carrying a firearm while under the influence.
Battalion Chief Benny Fulkerson said some firefighters are issued handguns, but Allen is not among them. He also said the department is aware that Allen allegedly had a Bandidos Motorcycle Club jacket, but said they’ve never had any issues with him.
Referred to by the U.S. Department of Justice as an outlaw motorcycle gang that deals in drugs, members of the motorcycle club were involved in a May 2015 shootout at a restaurant in Waco, Texas, that left nine bikers dead. A number of club members have been arrested across the U.S. in cases involving guns, drug trafficking and murder.
Battalion Chief Benny Fulkerson said Allen, a corporal, is still on the job following the arrest. He said no disciplinary actions have been taken against Allen while officials continue to investigate the incident.
Allen was booked into the Oklahoma County jail and later released on $3,000 bail. He has not been charged, according to court records.