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Two Aryan Brotherhood Members Convicted in Plot to Kill N.M. Deputy

October 09, 2008  | 

The jury convicted Robert Guyton "Krusty" Cook and Samuel Zachary Arrington on two counts each. Both were out of prison and, the prosecution charged, involved in arranging meetings to set up a revenge hit on former Otero County Sheriff's Deputy Billy Anders because he had killed an Aryan Brotherhood leader in New Mexico. 

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