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  Racist Groups in U.S. Prisons
Aryan Brotherhood originated in California's San Quentin Prison in the 1960s and has since spread to other prisons throughout the United States.
Aryan Brotherhood is not known to be as systematically organized as other prison gangs (such as the Bloods, Crips or the Mexican Mafia), but its reputation for violence is well documented.
There is reason to believe that Aryan Brotherhood aligned itself with NLR in the late 1970s or early 1980s, when the California Department of Corrections began cracking down on Aryan Brotherhood members, many of whom ended up isolated from the rest of the prison population because of their gang ties.
www.adl.org /special_reports/racist_groups_in_prisons/prisons_brotherhood.asp   (559 words)

  
  SPLCenter.org: Smashing the Shamrock
Aryan Brotherhood members make up less than one-tenth of one percent of the nation's prison inmate population, yet the white power gang is responsible for 18% of all prison murders, according to the FBI.
The indictment alleges that over the past quarter century, Aryan Brotherhood members either personally committed or solicited 32 murders and attempted murders in order both to promote the gang's stature in prison and to maintain the AB's iron-fisted control of narcotics trafficking, male prostitution, gambling, and extortion among white inmates.
While the precise number of Aryan Brotherhood members and associates is not known, the gang has chapters in virtually every major state and federal prison in the country.
www.splcenter.org /intel/intelreport/article.jsp?aid=569   (932 words)

  
 ADL Backgrounder - Aryan Brotherhood and the Turner Diaries
The Brotherhood has ties to Aryan Nations, an Idaho-based paramilitary organization that advocates racial violence and white supremacy.
In April 1997, John Stojetz, an Aryan Brotherhood leader at an Ohio prison, was convicted in the murder of a 17-year-old Black prisoner.
Aryan Brotherhood member Roy Slider was convicted in August 1993 of felonious assault in an attack on a correction officer, Thomas Davis, in Ohio.
www.adl.org /PresRele/HatCr_51/3177-51.asp   (549 words)

  
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 Article - News - Isolation urged for Aryan Brotherhood gang leaders
SANTA ANA — Four Aryan Brotherhood leaders who used an elaborate communication network to order murders and incite race wars to bolster the gang's control in prison should spend the rest of their lives cut off from almost all human contact, federal prosecutors said Monday.
Brotherhood chief Barry "The Baron" Mills, top lieutenant Tyler "The Hulk" Bingham and midlevel leaders Edgar "Snail" Hevle and Christopher Gibson were convicted in July of conspiring from behind bars to order the murders of rival gang members to protect their nationwide extortion, gambling and drug-traffic operation.
Witnesses during the four-month trial painted the Aryan Brotherhood leaders as a ruthless group who directed murders and other violent attacks using notes written in code or with invisible ink made from fruit juice or urine that were passed from inmates to friends, family members and even corrupt prison guards.
www.ocregister.com /ocregister/news/abox/article_1353737.php   (718 words)

  
 2 Aryan Brotherhood gang leaders convicted - Boston.com
Two men who prosecutors say helped lead the Aryan Brotherhood prison gang in California were convicted Tuesday of plotting at least six murders from behind bars.
During a six-week trial, prosecutors presented evidence to show an "Aryan Brotherhood conspiracy" and said the men ran the gang while in the California Institution for Men at Chino in the 1980s and 1990s.
They questioned the credibility of prison inmates and former Aryan Brotherhood members who testified for the prosecution, arguing they were lying to get favors from the government.
www.boston.com /news/nation/articles/2007/01/10/2_aryan_brotherhood_gang_leaders_convicted   (297 words)

  
 Aryan Brotherhood trial in final weeks - Boston.com
Convicted murderers, gang members and jailhouse informants have paraded past jurors for nearly four months in the federal government's racketeering case against the notorious Aryan Brotherhood prison gang.
Now, with the trial about to enter its final weeks, the jury will soon have to decide who to believe: the government, whose case rests on the testimony of admitted killers, or attorneys for the white supremacists accused of plotting and ordering many of those murders from behind bars.
The four defendants are alleged Aryan Brotherhood leaders implicated in many of the 32 murders and attempted murders detailed in the federal indictment against the white supremacist gang.
www.boston.com /news/nation/articles/2006/06/27/aryan_brotherhood_trial_in_final_weeks   (594 words)

  
 KRT Wire | 11/13/2006 | Complete isolation urged for Aryan Brotherhood leaders   (Site not responding. Last check: )
SANTA ANA, Calif. - Four Aryan Brotherhood leaders who used an elaborate communication network to order murders and incite race wars to bolster the gang's control in prison should spend the rest of their lives cut off from almost all human contact, federal prosecutors said Monday.
Brotherhood chief Barry "The Baron" Mills, top lieutenant Tyler "The Hulk" Bingham and midlevel leaders Edgar "Snail" Hevle and Christopher Gibson were convicted in July of conspiring from behind bars to order the murders of rival gang members to protect their nationwide extortion, gambling and drug-traffic operation.
Witnesses during the four-month trial painted the Aryan Brotherhood leaders as a ruthless group who directed murders and other violent attacks using notes written in code or with invisible ink made from fruit juice or urine that were passed from inmates to friends, family members and even corrupt prison guards.
www.sanluisobispo.com /mld/sanluisobispo/news/nation/16005048.htm   (528 words)

  
 USAO/CDCA Press Release   (Site not responding. Last check: )
He is alleged to have participated in murders for the Aryan Brotherhood and is eligible for the death penalty.
Steven William Hicklin, 50, of Sacramento, a member of the federal faction of the Aryan Brotherhood who is incarcerated at the maximum security facility in Florence on charges of bank robbery.
Michael Bruce Shepherd, 45, of San Leandro, California, a member of the California faction of the Aryan Brotherhood who is incarcerated in the San Joaquin County Jail on charges of being a felon in possession of a firearm.
www.usdoj.gov /usao/cac/pr2002/152.html   (2121 words)

  
 4 Leaders of Aryan Brotherhood Prison Gang Found Guilty in O.C.
Two kingpins of the Aryan Brotherhood were convicted of racketeering and murder Friday, capping a five-month trial aimed at crushing one of the nation's most fearsome, far-flung prison gangs.
The Aryan Brotherhood trial was the first of several that, taken together, represent the most ambitious prison gang prosecution the government has attempted and one of the largest capital cases in U.S. history.
The Aryan Brotherhood case stems from a 2002 indictment against 40 defendants accused of ruling or serving the gang, which originated at San Quentin State Prison in the 1960s, where white inmates banded together for protection.
www.streetgangs.com /topics/2006/073006aryan.html   (1082 words)

  
 The Seattle Times: Nation & World: Heads of Aryan Brotherhood prison gang guilty of murder
SANTA ANA, Calif. — Two kingpins of the Aryan Brotherhood were convicted of racketeering and murder Friday, capping a five-month trial aimed at crushing one of the nation's most fearsome, far-flung prison gangs.
The Aryan Brotherhood trial was the first of several that taken together represent the largest prison-gang prosecution the government has attempted and one of the largest capital cases in U.S. history.
The Aryan Brotherhood case stems from a 2002 indictment against 40 defendants accused of ruling or serving the gang, which originated at San Quentin State Prison in the 1960s, where white inmates bound together for protection.
seattletimes.nwsource.com /html/nationworld/2003160451_aryan29.html?syndication=rss   (727 words)

  
 Aryan Brotherhood of Texas
* Aryan Brotherhood groups from other states often accompany the symbols mentioned above with the name of the state.
The Aryan Brotherhood has traditionally nurtured a deep hatred toward fl individuals and members of fl groups / gangs, such as the:
* Aryan Brotherhood is not readily recognizable; however, receipt of inmates on interstate compact and the current membership in groups with white supremacy ideology lend to the threat of an organizing AB within our facilities.
davadnai.users.omniglobal.net /abt.html   (469 words)

  
 ABC News: Aryan Brotherhood Tried for 40 Years of Prison Mayhem
According to federal prosecutors, these are the crimes the Aryan Brotherhood carried out behind bars for over 40 years.
The Aryan Brotherhood reportedly hatched from a collective of white inmates known as The Bluebird Gang.
Prosecutors say the Brotherhood's endgame is power and intimidation, and even white inmates not invited to join feel threatened.
abcnews.go.com /US/story?id=1726215&page=1   (415 words)

  
 NPR : Trial of Aryan Brotherhood Leaders Wraps Up
All Things Considered, July 14, 2006 ·; The fates of four leaders of the Aryan Brotherhood, a notorious prison gang known for its reign of terror throughout the federal prison system, will soon be in the hands of federal jurors.
The case against the Aryan Brotherhood has taken four months to lay out in court, but it's based on years of investigating the gang, intercepting its mail and screening its phone calls.
But Mark Fleming, who represents Mills, the alleged leader of the Aryan Brotherhood, argues that the stream of witnesses presented by the government represent a form of "cross-contamination." He says the government is relying on testimony from prison snitches who have a reason to lie.
www.npr.org /templates/story/story.php?storyId=5558210   (1674 words)

  
 SignOnSanDiego.com > News > State -- Aryan Brotherhood targeted in one of largest capital cases ever
Within hours, prosecutors say, members of the Aryan Brotherhood prison gang sneaked into a nearby cellblock and killed two fl inmates with handmade shanks as part of an order to “go to war” with fls.
The deaths are two of the 32 murders and attempted murders detailed by federal prosecutors in a sweeping case against the Aryan Brotherhood, a violent white supremacist prison gang that has infiltrated nearly every federal and state prison since its beginnings in San Quentin in 1964.
In one case, for example, members of the Aryan Brotherhood allegedly spent a year planning the murder of Richard Barnes, the father of a fellow gang member who had testified against the gang.
www.signonsandiego.com /news/state/20060305-0953-ca-aryanbrotherhood.html   (920 words)

  
 Aryan Brotherhood: Prison Gang Profile
The Aryan Brotherhood were formed in 1967, in California's San Quentin State Prison, grown from the Blue Bird Gang of the 1950s and 1960s.
The Aryan Brotherhood are concerned with White-Supremacy and self-protection from Black and Hispanic gangs.
The Aryan Brotherhood also supposedly perfected the art of urine-writing, where one dips a Q-Tip in some acidic substance such as citrus juice, urine or bleach, write with it, and make out the resulting words, which stay invisible until they are exposed to direct heat, such as a match flame.
www.insideprison.com /prison_gang_profile_AB.asp   (1138 words)

  
 The Aryan Brotherhood Charged Under Rico Act   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Aryan Brotherhood was reportedly estbalished in the 1960's among white prison inmates who wished to form a band of protection against the exploding and often violent fl population.
The Aryan Brotherhood is reported to maintain a "close working relationship" with the Mexican mafia, while its staunch enemies remain the Black Guerrilla Family, among others.
The Aryan Brotherhood and Mexican Mafia (both strong enemies of the Black Guerrilla Family) have both been indicted under the RICO act for federal charges involving conspiracy to commit murder and drug trafficking.
www.liesexposed.net /nfp/issue0211/arybro.htm   (725 words)

  
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A six year federal investigation led to a 140-page indictment alleging that leaders of the Aryan Brotherhood conspired to murder fellow inmates who cheated them on drug deals, snitched to prison officials or otherwise failed to follow orders.
The 40 Aryan Brotherhood members charged in the case were arrested in 2002 after a six-year investigation.
Aryan Brotherhood members have been involved in courtroom violence on a number of occasions, including a trial during which an inmate stabbed his attorney four times.
www.adl.org /learn/extremism_in_the_news/White_Supremacy/aryan_brotherhood_trial.htm?LEARN_Cat=Extremism&LEARN_SubCat=Extremism_in_the_News   (540 words)

  
 Aryan Brotherhood - Prison Gang
The year before, the Aryan Brotherhood organized because of racial tensions in the prison.
The Aryan Brotherhood began with incarcerated white supremacists who aligned themselves against fl and Mexican prisoners.
It is rumored that the AB sprung from a 1950s gang known as the Bluebirds.
www.gangsorus.com /aryan.htm   (1280 words)

  
 Aryan Brotherhood mastered low-tech network, U.S. claims   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Aryan Brotherhood's arsenal of cloaked communication is central to the trial now underway at U.S. District Court in Santa Ana, Calif., which started in March and is the first of several murder and racketeering trials targeting the gang's leadership.
The evidence also reflects how the Aryan Brotherhood gang has evolved, since its founding at San Quentin State Prison in the 1960s, into what prosecutors call a highly organized nationwide syndicate that relies on the quick, effective transmission of orders from its high command.
Defense lawyers don't deny that the Brotherhood sneaked messages back and forth, but insist it was for the same reason that the gang made knives, called "shanks": for self-defense.
www.post-gazette.com /pg/06183/702490-84.stm   (1042 words)

  
 Aryan Brotherhood prison gang trial begins - Unexplained Mysteries Discussion Forums
In another case, an Aryan Brotherhood member allegedly ordered a hit on an inmate who flicked a packet of sugar and spit milk at Edgar ``The Snail'' Hevle, another of the men on trial.
The term "Aryan" is largely a linguistic one, and cannot really be connected to a race or an ethnic group.
To be honest most of the so-called "white aryans" are actually non-aryan people who lived in Europe and began speaking in the language of the new "dark-skinned" Aryan invaders.
www.unexplained-mysteries.com /forum/index.php?showtopic=64351   (2147 words)

  
 Aryan Brotherhood - religious cults, sects and movements
The ADL says the most notorious gang is the Aryan Brotherhood, which was established in the 1960s at Northern California's San Quentin Prison and has spread to prisons throughout the United States.
From 1982-1989, the FBI investigated the California prison gang known as the Aryan Brotherhood.
The Aryan Brotherhood was a violent white supremacist group allegedly responsible for numerous attacks and murders of inmates and correctional officers throughout the federal and state penal system.
www.apologeticsindex.org /a82.html   (386 words)

  
 Aryan Brotherhood Leaders Face Life Sentences
The Aryan Brotherhood, founded by white prison inmates at San Quentin State Prison in Northern California in 1964 and made up of no more than 100 core members, is active in the California and federal prison systems, where the gang engages in drug distribution and other illegal conduct.
The Brotherhood enforces its rules by murdering and assaulting those who are considered to be a threat to the organization, including those who act as informants for law enforcement officials.
The Aryan Brotherhood case was investigated by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, the California Department of Corrections, the United States Bureau of Prisons and the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.
www.prnewswire.com /cgi-bin/stories.pl?ACCT=109&STORY=/www/story/09-15-2006/0004433907&EDATE=   (966 words)

  
 Prison Gangs -- Gangs and Security Threat Group Awareness
Although their numbers are small in Florida prisons, if left unmonitored they could easily develop into highly predatory groups as they have in states with comparable inmate populations.
The largest prison gangs in the Florida Department of Corrections are Neta and Aryan Brotherhood.
Aryan Brotherhood is not readily recognizable; however, receipt of inmates on interstate compact and the current membership in groups with white supremacy ideology lend to the threat of an organizing AB within our facilities.
www.dc.state.fl.us /pub/gangs/prison.html   (954 words)

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