37 White Supremacists Arrested For Running Texas Meth-Distribution Ring
According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, 37 Texans — most of which are from Dallas and surrounding cities, all affiliated with various white supremacist groups — have been arrested on drug-trafficking conspiracy charges. Various white supremacist groups collaborated for purposes of drug distribution such as the ABT (Aryan Brotherhood of Texas), Aryan Circle, Irish Mob, and Dirty White Boys.
[su_center_ad]Wait… what – the “Dirty White Boys”? That’s just so special.
Dallas News reports that the federal grand jury’s indictment was filed in October but that was unsealed on Friday following the arrests.
The indictment claims each defendant had been part of a meth-distribution operating from Tulsa to Mesquite and they all have ties to the aforementioned white supremacist groups.
According to feds, some of the nicknames included “Pacman,” “Taco Chris,” “Bam Bam,” “Phreek,” “Peppermint Patty,” “Charlie Brown,” “Queen Saltine,” ‘Tennessee” and 29 others.
The racists were in collaboration between at least January 2013 to October 2014 to distribute meth in North Texas.
Dallas News reports:
Three other Dallas residents have also been arrested and charged in a separate federal complaint for having taken part in the same ring.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office says the ring was eventually broken up by the Department of Public Safety’s gang unit, U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement Homeland Security Investigations and police departments in Dallas, Garland, Mesquite and Rockwall. If found guilty, each defendant in the drug-trafficking conspiracy could face up to life in prison and fines in the millions.
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