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Aryan Brotherhood

ARYAN BROTHERHOOD Growing up most people has been part of a group, one way or another. Girls grew up being Girl scouts or Campfire girls, and boys had Boy scouts and baseball. Well, on that note, I remember having a pledge in Girls Scouts. Well the Aryan Brotherhood also has a pledge: "I will stand by my brother My brother will come before all others My life is forfeited should I fail my brother I will honor my brother in peace and war" They also live by the motto, "in for life and out...

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The Aryan Brotherhood

alone there have been several gangs that the Arizona Department of Corrections have validated as a threat in and outside of the prison they include, Dine’ Pride, Warrior Society, New Mexican Mafia, Old Mexican Mafia, Boarder Brothers and The Aryan Brotherhood just to name a few. Each gang has their own set of “guidelines” as to the type of member they will accept. They also have their own rules on how each member must behave. If an inmate meets the guidelines of their chosen gang he/she must then...

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Organized Crime Group Analysis

never really think of as having ties to organized crime may have some involvement. By having knowledge of how organized crime began we have a better understanding of where it is today. So as a team we decided to research the organization The Aryan Brotherhood. Originally named the Diamond Tooth Gang in 1967, a group of men gathered in the prison yard of San Quentin, to form their own racially motivated prison gang. These men mostly consisted of neo-Nazi, white supremist, long haired biker...

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Gangs in Prison

Gangs in Prison The Aryan Brotherhood The Aryan Brotherhood originates in the CDC (California Department of Corrections) and BOP (Federal Bureau of Prisons). The Aryan Brotherhood was founded in San Quentin, California in the 1960s. The founders were members of other gangs from the 1950s called, “Bluebirds”, “Diamond Tooth Gang”, and the “Nazi Gang”. Barry Mills and Tyler Davis are now the leaders of the Aryan Brotherhood. Their basic beliefs and mission is they believe in the betterment...

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The Hot House

But the reality was, and although he denied it, Scott was a seriously dangerous gang member who was a part of one of the most widely known racist gangs called the Aryan Brotherhood. In 1966, Scott was convicted of a bank robbery in California and sent to San Quentin, where he became one of the founding members of the Aryan Brotherhood. Scott spent time at Leavenworth, mostly in the Hole, and also Marion (The Hot House, Pete Early) First, I would like to relate the sections on Dallas Scott to chapter...

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Security Threat Groups/Gangs in Prisons

trafficking and racial unrest to our correctional system. The Aryan Brotherhood was formed in 1967 in San Quentin State Prison in California. They were originally comprised of Irish decent and former members of the fifties biker tips such as the Diamond Tooth Gang and The Bluebird gang. The Aryan Brotherhood was founded by Dallas Scott to fight the Black Guerrilla Family and was originally a white supremacist group. By 1975, the Aryan Brotherhood was throughout the California Corrections system.(2006)...

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Security Threat in Prisons

Estrada at the USP-Lompoc federal penitentiary. (Mexican Mafia- La Eme, n.d.) This is a very powerful and very vicious prison gang that should not be taken lightly. Their largest rival gang is the Nuestra Familia & they are in alliance with the Aryan Brotherhood. The next gang I am going to discuss is the Folk Nation. The Folk Nation was formed November 11, 1978 inside of the Illinois Department of Corrections. The chairman of the Gangster Disciple Nation, Larry Hoover, decided that they needed an...

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Expository Essay

was the start of these prison gangs. These well organized crime rings kept those and those alike together, but also kept those apart who were different. Joining such gang is a decision for life. Their loyalty belonged to the gang. Their brotherhood was all they had left to hold onto while incarcerated. The Mexican Mafia was considered to be one of the first known prison gangs. They mark themselves with tattoos to separate or let other know who they are. These distinctive markings would...

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Aryan Brotherhood

inmates, their progress in their sentences, rehabilitation and recidivism. Aryan Brotherhood (AB) Gender Makeup: Male Racial Makeup: White Example of Aryan Brotherhood graffiti. Origin: Originated in 1967 in the San Quentin State Prison, California Department of Corrections. Characteristics: Unaffiliated splinter groups sometimes use the name of their state along with the name "Aryan Brotherhood" (e.g., Aryan Brotherhood of Texas). Members display many white supremacist, neo-Nazi characteristics...

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Prison Gangs

In the United States there are six major prison gangs that are recognized nationally for their participation in organized crime and violence. They are as follows from largest to smallest in member size. There is the Neta, Aryan Brotherhood, Black Guerilla Family, Mexican Mafia, La Nuestra Familia, and the Texas Syndicate. By definition a gang is a group of people working together or a group of persons working to unlawful or antisocial ends; especially: a band of antisocial adolescents. The...

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