The Dallas News reports:
Federal authorities have charged 57 members of several white supremacist prison gangs in a large North Texas drug trafficking and kidnapping conspiracy after an investigation by federal, state and local police agencies.
Officials arrested 42 of the gang members last week across the North Texas area, U.S. Attorney Erin Nealy Cox said Monday during a news conference. Nine others were already in custody for unrelated state charges, and six are still being sought, she said.
The defendants are linked to several violent and racist prison gangs that include the Aryan Circle, the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas, the Peckerwoods, the Soldiers of Aryan Culture and the Dirty White Boys, the 55-count indictment says.
An affiliation white supremacists that trafficked meth across Texas imploded when a member of one white supremacist group stole money from another, blamed someone else, then helped kidnap and cut off part of the scapegoat’s finger, according to indictment https://t.co/sLblQbJNZ6
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