By James “Hollywood” Macecari
Anyone see what I’m seeing in this video? Yep, a women right in the middle of everything. Why does it always seem when something goes down a women is right in the middle of things? One of the biggest beliefs I always held was a women shouldn’t be anywhere near club stuff. Shouldn’t be hanging around at bars with the guys, shouldn’t be at club functions, so on and so on. This is one of the reasons why, even though it didn’t appear this broad was with the two guys, she still stepped in the middle of something she shouldn’t have. Another reason why I hated going to bars, still do to this day. Always have one idiot trying to test you. Exactly what it looks like in the video.
Personally, looked like ol boy was running off at the mouth and the two put his ass in check. You can see clearly the idiot going off at one of the Pistons at the bar. The video has no audio , for all we know the dude could’ve threatened them with a gun. Yea, I was a Black Piston so I might be a little off middle ground here. But from what I’m seeing dude asked for it. Who knows, someone else leave a comment and let me know your angle on what ya see. Keep me honest lol.
I do have a word of advice to women. Stay the hell out of things when they pop off. You’re only going to make things worse by your screaming and crying. Actually, you’re the one that might end up getting the dotted eye in the end. When all hell breaks loose head for the corner. But for the love of god and everything that is holy! Stay away and let the situation play out. I’ve seen things go from bad to worse just because a women couldn’t stay out of things.
Yea, I know. I’m a caveman in the way I think about women when it comes to the biker scene. But, as you can see from the above video,my thinking can’t be too out of line when it’s true.
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BAY CITY, MI — A bar’s surveillance camera captured the moment anargument between patrons escalated into violence, when two men associated with the Outlaws Motorcycle Club beat and stomped another man.
The video was recorded in the Whyte Goose Inn, 108 State St., around 1 a.m. on Dec. 27. The Bay City Times-MLive obtained the footage from the Bay City Department of Public Safety after prosecutors played it in court during the March 6 preliminary examination of defendants Eric J. Kerkau, 46, and Arthur R. Miller, 33.
At the beginning of the silent video, 49-year-old Scott M. Peterson stands near the bar in the upper left corner of the frame. He is arguing with a man police have identified as Miller, who stands opposite him. A woman is between them, apparently trying to quell their dispute. Standing closer to Peterson and slightly behind him is a man police have said is Kerkau.
Miller puts a cigarette in his mouth, dons his coat, and walks out of the frame. A few moments later, as Peterson continues speaking with the woman who intervened in his dispute with Miller, Kerkau takes a few steps back, then quickly steps forward and twice punches Peterson in the head. The two begin scuffling as others move in to break them up.
As they grapple, Miller walks back into frame and yanks Peterson from behind. He knocks him to the ground and repeatedly knees him in the face. He and Kerkau then kick Peterson several times, with Miller stomping him at least twice. Peterson stays on the ground for the rest of the clip.
Police responded to the scene and Kerkau and Miller were both charged with a 10-year felony count of assault with intent to cause great bodily harm. Peterson testified in the March 6 hearing that the incident left him with injuries to his shoulder, knee and ribs. He suffered a slightly detached retina in his right eye, which has required two laser surgeries. He also required six staples to mend a wound in the back of his scalp, he said.
In that same hearing, bartender Ashley Schwartz said the three men had argued over a belief that Peterson had taken a photo of the two bikers on his cellphone.
During the dispute with Peterson, Miller had made comments about being “black and white” and that “nobody needs to have any black and white on their phones,” Schwartz said.
“One gentlemen stood up, took his coat off, and tried to initiate a fight,” Schwartz said, identifying this man as Miller. “I tried to stop it. The gentlemen that tried to initiate a fight tried to get Scott to come outside and fight him, but he would not go. The other gentleman (Kerkau) who was still in the bar … took a few steps back and just sucker-punched (Peterson). It just proceeded from there.”
Peterson denied having taken a photo of Kerkau or Miller.
Bay City Public Safety Officer Todd Armstrong testified he responded to the scene and recovered a necklace bearing a Black Pistons medallion. The Black Pistons is a support club of the Outlaws. Armstrong added that Kerkau’s Facebook page featured references to his “black and white brothers.”
Both defendants are free on bond and their trial dates are pending.
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March 15th on Motorcycle Madhouse. Hollywood and Doublebarrel discuss issues affecting motorcycle clubs and in the second segment we have an interview with Chuck “BBA” Jines. A hard Riding Scooter Tramp that criss crosses the United States while living off the grid
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