God, Guns, and Glory.. The Story of the Bandido Chaplain

“The rights of man come not from the generosity of the state but from the hand of God.” – John F. Kennedy

If there was ANY question about whether or not Waco was about gun control and taking guns away from people, let’s look at the current situation with Chaplain Lawrence Yager.

A visiting judge ruled Monday that authorities had sufficient probable cause to arrest a pistol-packing chaplain for the Bandidos motorcycle group.

Lawrence Yager, a 65-year-old minister from Buda who said he is chaplain for the Bandidos and two veterans groups, at his Monday examining trial challenged the authority under which he was arrested after the May 17 Twin Peaks shootout.

Visiting Judge James Morgan heard testimony from two officers for about 45 minutes before ruling that there is sufficient evidence to bind Yager over for grand jury consideration of the engaging in organized criminal activity charges.

Waco Courts Call a Preacher a Gangster

Judge Who?

Apparently removing that idiot Justice of the Peace Peterson from examining trials didn’t actually do anyone any favors… We now have this retired old fool who doesn’t understand the 2nd amendment written about TWO HUNDRED YEARS before he graduated law school….

Judge Billy Ray Stubblefield, administrative judge of the 26-county 3rd Judicial Region, confirmed the the Waco Tribune that he appointed Judge James Morgan to preside over the examining trial of Hewitt resident Matthew Clendennen, which is was set for Aug. 10.

Stubblefield said his order also gives Morgan authority to hear any of the 19 other cases involving bikers seeking examining trials to challenge whether there was sufficient probable cause for their arrests after the shootout that left nine dead and 20 wounded.

According to the latest state records, James E Morgan is a Judge, Retired in the following department:


Morgan had a salary of $83,087, which is $41,913 less than the average of all DISTRICT COURTS – COMPTROLLER JUDICIARY employees ($125,000) and 2 times greater than the average Texas state employee ($41,475). Morgan was hired on 01/01/1983 by the State of Texas.

Number: 14444500
TX License Date: 05/18/1976

Primary Practice Location: Comanche , Texas


This shows the level of violence that they thought was going to go on here,” Sergeant Swanton told The Houston Chronicle in a video interview.

(Yea… Everybody knows how scary a preacher with a gun locked in his trunk is, Patrick.)

Really? Because what I am seeing here is a 65 year old veteran preacher whondoesnntown a patch, whose house is being remodeled and he locked all his guns in his car. The story of Lawrence Yager is a very important one for several reasons… Mainly… Doesn’t his gun collection being in his car denigrate the ever changing weapons count? How many of the 115, 318, less than a hundred were a part of a 65 year old VIETNAM VETERAN PREACHER’S gun collection locked in his trunk? I would be willing to bet that AK they keep yelling about came from THAT car. And then to continue the charade by forcing him to stand court? Ridiculous.

First of all, regardless of what Obama says, this country was founded on respecting others’ belief in God. When it comes to the point that a man of God can be accused of being in a street gang and called a liar for fellowship with his parishioners in any capacity… When he is questioned and called a criminal as a Christian soldier who owns and takes care of his guns… When in FACT others were killed in cold blood and Mr. Yager had absolutely nothing to do with it but is still being persecuted, Then America is no longer America. Then we live in 1940s Germany.

Precious in the sight of the LORD is the death of his faithful servants. Psalm 116:15

My Bible says ‘Where two or more are gathered in my name, there I shall be.’ Since there were MANY Christian bikers there, and since the CoC opens and closes with sincere prayer without fail, then all I can say is.. Hey cops, guess who ELSE knows you are lying murderers… You may fool the media and the American people… however.  You will get much worse retribution in the hereafter than anything you do to this fine religious man here on this corrupted old earth. Some day all of you so called peacekeepers and pillars of the community will have to explain to the good Lord himself why you presume yourself capable of deciding whether this man’s worldly endeavors mean more to him than his love for the God he has devoted his life to serving.

It is necessary for the welfare of the nation that men’s lives be based on the principles of the Bible. No man, educated or uneducated, can afford to be ignorant of the Bible.” – Theodore Roosevelt

I see his behavior of keeping his guns locked in his car while his house is being remodeled as not a criminal, but an intelligent man. Would they prefer the guns be left unguarded in an open or workman inhabited house without the owners there? Is it preferable to just HOPE nobody steals them and they fall into the hands of a child or murderer or drug dealer? Of course not. And really, who invites their preacher to participate in a gunfight?

The man who is right is a majority. We, who have God and conscience on our side, have a majority against the universe.”
– Frederick Douglass


Let’s just assume for a moment that okay, its legit to just blame everyone there who might know someone who once owned a motorcycle and declare them guilty… Let’s pretend all those patches all stand for the same thing and it’s one big group of heathens who need punishing according to the Texas law that says three or more people gathered wearing matching insignia, carrying weapons, have one leader, and are doing something that breaks the law. If one single person of those thirty who had the possibility of police bullets in their body wasn’t aware of what was going on.. Like the independent rider Mohawk.. Doesn’t that make all those cops JUST as guilty as the bikers? DA Abel Reya seems to think so, and even included himself in the ‘gang.’

According to state law, a criminal street gang is defined as “essentially three or more persons having a common identifying sign or symbol or identifiable leadership who continuously or regularly associates in criminal activities.” The DA says that fits bikers who showed up Sunday wearing colors, jackets or vests of known gangs who have criminal records.

“As many weapons as were found out there, they weren’t out there just to eat lunch, they weren’t out there to just have their little meeting, they meant business,” Reyna explained with a serious look.

We need to see what that evidence reveals, but I can tell you this – we’re gonna get to the bottom of it and law enforcement is all working together as a team, and I’ll bet on our own gang before I bet on their gang,” Reyna promised.

I am completely ashamed of Texas and all of America for doing nothing about this travesty of justice. One of the fundamental rights guaranteed in this country is to own a gun… If Washington DC or any other governing body starts CHANGING that, it’s the responsibility of the American people to do something about it.

The right to keep and bear arms is the people’s right to have their own arms for their defense as described in the philosophical and political writings of Aristotle, Cicero, John Locke, Machiavelli, the English Whigs, and others. It is not a new concept. Unfortunately, it is a commonly misunderstood one.

Waco has pretty much wiped their butts on THAT little law, and they are getting by with it by claiming all bikers are gangsters. It’s sobering pored that our rights mean nothing.

We thought it was horrific that they were charging CHL holders with legal weapons in their vehicles. We all still held firm to the core belief that the Constiutional rights this country was founded upon were indeed still sacred, and that there was no way they would actually have to go to court for those ridiculous fill in the blank warrants. We still naively believed in the elemental law of the land. We were wrong.. This is how they are getting by with it. Pay close attention to the wording.

The Bill of Rights Act, 1689 allowed for Protestant citizenry to “have Arms for their Defence suitable to their Conditions and as allowed by Law ,” and restricted the right of the English Crown to have a standing army or to interfere with Protestants’ right to bear arms “when Papists were both Armed and Imployed contrary to Law.”

See the distinction?

Sir William Blackstone wrote in the eighteenth century about the right to have arms being auxiliary to the “natural right of resistance and self-preservation,” but subject to suitability and allowance by law.

See what it says? ‘You are allowed to own a gun as long as the law says you can own a gun.’ The Constitution was written with honest leaders in mind. In the hands of a dishonest man, it can be deadly.

It has a condition.

And that condition allows the people who runs courts and cops and such to decide just exactly what is allowed by law. For instance, if cops want to decide you are a criminal and are in some way breaking some law, your gun rights just flew out the window like a fart in the wind.

‘I weep for the liberty of my country when I see at this early day of its successful experiment that corruption has been imputed to many members of the House of Representatives, and the rights of the people have been bartered for promises of office.’

Andrew Jackson

Another right guaranteed to us is a well armed militia… What are bikers if not EXACTLY that? They are, as a majority, veterans proficient in the care and handling of weapons and filled with gallons of patriotism. We are drawn in movies and other media outlets as anti social, but that is by majority a distorted assumption. The truth is, we all participate in community events, politics, and various other very strictly established situations. We spend our lives congregating and creating establishments. We like to gather in like minded groups… We like to do things orderly and vote on stuff. We are precisely the opposite of anti-social, anti-establishment terrorists, and whats more, the cops KNOW it. Did you see them pull this stunt in Ferguson or Baltimore? No.. Because they knew black people would riot and loot and burn down cities… They had no problem leading bikers into a situation where they were basically lambs to slaughter. Kinda belies their fear of us being outlaws, doesn’t it? We aren’t anti establishment, we are anti CORRUPT establishment. And this scares them to death.


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