How the restructuring of California’s prisons has helped the Aryan Brotherhood thrive

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This week, federal officials charged 16 members of the Aryan Brotherhood with racketeering, murder, and running a multi-state drug ring from behind bars. The indictment stems from a five-year investigation that spanned some of California’s most secure prisons.



  • Brian Levin - director of the Center for the Study of Hate & Extremism at California State University, San Bernardino - @proflevin