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Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Texas Leadership and The Aryan Brotherhood


What's Missing?
 Connection and Memberships To The Aryan Brotherhood Texas (ABT) To Texas State Offices Associated with Neoconservative Texas Leadership

Texas Fusion Centers Used To Target 
Political Opponents 


My family gets stalked by a low attitude border drone under the control of Governor Rick Perry and deadly force for five years, 
While Aryan Brotherhood Murder Squad Is Assisted By the State of Texas?

How Many Work In State And Federal Offices That Have Access To and can Manipulate Federal and State Data?

We Do Know Of One - How Many More Are Embedded In Government Agencies? 


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Friday, May 10, 2013

Reputed Aryan Brotherhood of Texas Gang Leader Pleads Guilty to Federal Racketeering Charges



An alleged general of the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas gang (ABT) pleaded guilty today to racketeering charges related to his membership in the ABT’s criminal enterprise, announced Acting Assistant Attorney General Mythili Raman of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division and U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson of the Southern District of Texas.

Charles Lee Roberts, aka “Jive,” 67, of Beaumont, Texas, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Sim Lake in the Southern District of Texas to one count of conspiracy to participate in racketeering activity. 

According to court documents, Roberts and other ABT gang members and associates, agreed to commit multiple acts of murder, robbery, arson, kidnapping and narcotics trafficking on behalf of the ABT gang.  Roberts and numerous ABT gang members met on a regular basis at various locations throughout Texas to report on gang-related business, collect dues, commit disciplinary assaults against fellow gang members and discuss acts of violence against rival gang members, among other things.  

 By pleading guilty to racketeering charges, Roberts admitted to being a member of the ABT criminal enterprise.

According to the superseding indictment, the ABT was established in the early 1980s within the Texas prison system.  The gang modeled itself after and adopted many of the precepts and writings of the Aryan Brotherhood, a California-based prison gang that was formed in the California prison system during the 1960s.  According to the superseding indictment, previously, the ABT was primarily concerned with the 
protection of white inmates and white supremacy/separatism.  Over time, the ABT expanded its criminal enterprise to include illegal activities for profit.

Full Article: http://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/2013/May/13-crm-539.html

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