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April 4, 2013 - 8:30 am

Brandon Darby has authored a must-read piece at Breitbart.

News coverage of the assassinations of Kaufman County, TX Assistant District Attorney Mark Hasse, District Attorney Mike McLelland, and McLelland’s wife Cynthia has turned to the alleged involvement of a group named the Aryan Brotherhood (AB).

Considering McLelland was part of a task force that investigated the Aryan Brotherhood, and in light of the recent killing of Colorado prison chief Tom Clements allegedly by a member of a white supremacist prison gang, this theory that the AB may have been involved in the murders clearly has some merit.

Yet in that coverage, the mainstream media has gone to great lengths to label ad-infinitum the Aryan Brotherhood as a “white supremacist” group, implying a racial motivation. The AB, even if involved at all, however, may have been motivated not by a “white supremacist” philosophy, but rather by something more mundane. Evidence suggests that the Aryan Brotherhood has morphed into what is primarily a drug-trafficking gang, and there is a more frightening possibility: that the Aryan Brotherhood is acting as a conduit, doing the dirty work for a Mexican drug cartel criminal insurgency into the United States.

Read the rest.

And then read this.

And then read this.

Mingo County Sheriff Eugene Crum was shot and killed while sitting in his vehicle during his lunch break in the town of Williamson, state Delegate Harry Keith White told ABC News.

A witness told ABC News that he watched the suspect approach Crum’s car, where he was known to eat lunch, and fire twice into the vehicle. The suspect then calmly walked to his truck, described as a tan Ford ranger, and drove away.

Another witness, Larry Dove, told the West Virginia Gazette he saw a man shoot Crum “right in the head.”

Just in the past two weeks a prison official in Colorado, two prosecutors in Texas and now a sheriff in West Virginia have been assassinated.

Bryan Preston has been a leading conservative blogger and opinionator since founding his first blog in 2001. Bryan is a military veteran, worked for NASA, was a founding blogger and producer at Hot Air, was producer of the Laura Ingraham Show and, most recently before joining PJM, was Communications Director of the Republican Party of Texas.

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Unfortunately it does not matter to the overriding narrative that the Aryan Brotherhood really "isn't" a white supremacist group. It doesn't matter to the powers-that-be or the MSM. It's like the argument that the Nazi Party (the original and powerful one in Germany) was actually "left wing." Yes, it was, technically, because it was the National Socialist Workers Party, as leftist a moniker as you can have. But try convincing the general public, or those who have the most "voice" in this world.

The fact still remains that the AB acting in concert with cartels adds to the current government narrative that America's "right-wing" is dangerous, violent, and subversive, ALL of it, including the Tea Party. All the more reason to keep growing the domestic security forces and anti-subversion laws.
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Also, one of the supposed "originators" of the AB was trying to make common cause with jihaddists, especially al Qaida, a few years back. The line between organized crime and "rebels" and terrorists and other "militants" dissolved a long time ago. Remember that "FARC" has been described as a narco-terrorist organization for years now. Given enough time, any militant group with a supposed cause degenerates into a criminal gang.
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Perhaps a deeper analysis of criminal activity by America's vaunted motorcyle 1% (gang)organizations should come under scrutiny, too.
It's a known fact, among everyday bikers, the major 1%'ers across America, Canada and Latin America (Hell's Angels, Outlaws, Bandidos, Warlocks, Vagos, Nomads to name a few) are actively extending their organization's distribution-membership networks into both national and international drug trade. Bandidos in North America, Western Europe, Hells Angels worldwide reach into all illicit activites especially in Latin and South America. Outlaws as well, living in the shadows of these two aforementioned worldwide nefarious drug-dealing, drug-distribution 1% organizations.
In Brazil for example, Hells Angels has a 1,200 member operation under the guise of the 'Abutres' whose daily activities are closely coupled with Rio de Janeiros drug cartels and drug empire- Comando Vermelho factions found in all Rios slums and ghettos. No reports on this culture and drug distribution and sex slavery appears in USA news reports...but is a well documented fact of life in these countries. Even has a movie titled BOPE#2 covering these facts.
NAH! America's 1% biker population is an illicit worldwide criminal enterprise, ruining people's lives, communities and neighborhoods. Help eradicate this scourge from our midst by denouncing these 1%'er,ne'er-do-wells to American authorities. These 1%'er biker organizations have "sniper" squads whose sole purpose is to kill and maim innocent, peaceful citizens and terrorize whole communities...all under the goal of protecting their turfs.Pray. Amen.
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The Aryan Brotherhood has never been much into the white supremacist movement. They started out as a prison gang and like other gangs, set up along racial lines. They just use Nazi/Aryan imagery as gang symbols. When it comes down to criminal activity, any race issues that may exist are set aside in the pursuit of money.
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