The government’s strange, decade-long quest to seize a logo

For more than a decade, federal prosecutors have been trying to
prevent the Mongols biker gang from using its Genghis Khan-like
logo. With the most recent ruling, they’ve failed yet again.

Logos are an important part of any organization, whether it’s
a company, a nonprofit, or an allegedly criminal motorcycle gang.
And for the last 10 or so years, the government has been trying to
limit the reach of a 1,000-member-strong Los Angeles-based biker
gang called the Mongols by seizing the trademark of the group’s
logo.


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