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Feds Investigate Texas Prosecutor Killings

The killings of two Kaufman County, Texas, prosecutors have prompted a broad investigation by local, state and federal agencies, including the Texas Rangers, the FBI and the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

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'Evil Evan' Ebel and the 211 Crew

The 211 Crew is a white-supremacist prison gang. The loosely structured group had its early formation in the Denver County Jail, and its members included a wanna-be rapper and white inmate whose crime partner was black.

Aryan Brotherhood Member's Arson Crimes Intended to Raise Profile In Gang

A 25-year-old Texas man has pleaded guilty to hate-crime charges stemming from a series of racially motivated arson crimes, including the burning of an historic African-American church to murder a disabled man.

Judge Allows Law Students to Sue on Behalf of Aryan Brotherhood Leader

University of Denver law students will be able to continue their legal fight to help a Supermax prison inmate said to be the longest ever held in isolation in a U.S. prison, a federal judge ruled Tuesday.

White Supremacist Gets His Death Row Wish

White supremacist Billy Joe Johnson is heading to his new Death Row home for killing a fellow gang member who gave a television interview about PEN1, a Southern California gang affiliated with the Aryan Brotherhood, the Orange County Register reports.

White Gang Tattoos

The Aryan Brotherhood, which is also known as "AB" or "The Brand," is a primarily white prison gang with about 15,000 members in and out of prison. According to the FBI, the gang makes up only one percent of the prison population, but is responsible for 18 percent of all murders in the federal corrections system. Members use symbols in their tattoos such as swastikas, SS lightning bolts, the number 666, and Celtic imagery.

Gang Members Practice Their Skills

One at a time each of the three targets got out of the vehicle, walked in a big circle around the McDonald’s, went inside, only to return to the vehicle with a small drink. Then the next target did the exact same thing. Finally the third did the same. In tactical police terminology this is a clue that they were casing the McDonalds before robbing it.

The Aryan Brotherhood—The Dogs of War (Part 2 of 2)

Members of criminal gangs are commonly motivated by greed and vengeance. However, the most dangerous individuals that I have encountered are motivated by ideological and theological beliefs. And members of the Aryan Brotherhood fit the latter category.

The Aryan Brotherhood—The Dogs of War (Part 1 of 2)

Like the dangerous Presa Carnario dogs that are loved by the Aryan Brotherhood, and which have for centuries been bred as fighting dogs, some men don't do well caged with others. Some require their handlers to cage them individually, as they are dangerous even when confined with their own breed. Mad dogs and mad men must be isolated from others, or put down.

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Skinhead and Other White Supremacist Gangs

When I make any gang presentation I usually set the fundamentals down first. After giving the definition of a criminal gang, the question most asked is, How do gangs begin? White supremacist gangs began with young people who perceived themselves as outsiders suffering from injustice, just like every gang.