Over the weekend, nine people were killed in a massive brawl in Waco, TX that involved nearly 200 bikers. Glenn discussed the story on radio this morning, and a mysterious off-camera guest explained what he believes happened and how people can spot the dangerous gangs that were a part of this gruesome fight.
" It's kind of a landlord issue right now. And being in the state of Texas, it could cause a ripple effect throughout the whole -- well, anywhere in Texas. And the other problem is, it seemed to be at a COC meeting, which is pretty much where all the organizations get together to make sure there's peace so that nobody steps on each other's toes kind of deal," Glenn's guest explained.
The guest guessed that the meeting didn't go well, which set off the fight.
The guest also explained how to identify the outlaw motorcycle gangs. He said that decades ago, all bikers would get categorized as dangerous. In reality, there was only about 1% of the people who would ride together that were actually a problem.
"The outlaw motorcycle gangs call themselves 1 percent," he explained. "They're the ones that own territory. And whatever business they do, they do their business. And if you want to hang out in those areas and ride as a motorcycle lover, you have to get -- go through those landlords."
"If you just ride general, they don't have an issue. If you want to be what they call an RC, which is just a riding club, it's just like a one-patch. They don't have problems with you either. But when you have those three patches, where you have a top rocker, a center patch, and a bottom rocker, even if the bottom rocker doesn't claim his territory, you have to go through the COC," he said.
"I have a three-patch. But we're not a 1 percent motorcycle club. The majority of them are not 1 percent clubs. One percent clubs, they have a diamond with a one in it. They'll let you know," he said.