By John Lee Brook
For the 1st time, ex-convict John Lee Brook matters the Aryan Brotherhood to a devastating exposé, revealing how the infamous white supremacist felony gang has develop into maybe the main strong felony association in the United States, an fulfillment even more notable when you consider that the vast majority of its individuals stay at the back of bars, and its notorious Commission—the folkloric threesome, Thomas 'Terrible Tom' Silverstein, Tyler 'the Hulk' Bingham and Barry 'the Baron' Mills—are stored in maximum-security solitary confinement, because the US executive makes an open attempt to subdue the association in anyway precious. regardless of those efforts, the Aryan Brotherhood maintains to thrive, and Blood In, Blood Out demonstrates how a mixture of Machiavelli, Nietzsche, meditation, mystery codes, brutal violence and sheer will permit its buried puppet masters to proceed to pull on the strings of a company on the vanguard of the black marketplace exchange in medicinal drugs, hands and money...
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The Hulk couldn’t believe the man in the photo made that kind of money from smuggling drugs. And he walked around like he hadn’t a care in the world. The guy was untouchable. Hell! I could do that, thought the Hulk. The Hulk was strong as an ox, and spoke with a hillbilly twang. That and his drooping walrus mustache made people think he was stupid. In reality, his IQ approached genius level. As he gazed at the photograph in the magazine he just knew that this guy Gaspipe was living the kind of life that he, Tyler Bingham, should be living.
The indictment had been filed by Assistant US Attorney Gregory Jessner. At 110 pages, the indictment was long and the result of many years of investigation. Forty-two years old, Gregory Jessner was a slender man. He wore his brown hair short and appeared mild-mannered and soft-spoken. But Jessner was as smart as God, with a magnetic energy that pulsed inside him to power the heart of a lion and the tenacity of a bulldog. Jessner had filed his lengthy indictment against these forty savage criminals for one simple reason: the death penalty appeared to be the only answer.
Rex was a member of the Brand, which was a nickname for the Aryan Brotherhood. They were also called the AB or Alice Baker. Whatever they were called, they were royalty in the pecking order of prison, where gangs ruled supreme. ” Which meant they ran the show in prison. Rex was in protective custody. Protective custody is jail inside of jail. It’s where they segregate the baddest of the bad guys from the ordinary bad guys. “You gotta keep ’em separated,” a classification officer told me, or somebody’s going to get hurt.