Blood In, Blood Out The Violent Empire of the Aryan Brotherhood by John Lee Brook

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For the first time, ex-convict John Lee Brook subjects the Aryan Brotherhood to a devastating expose, revealing how the notorious white supremacist prison gang has become perhaps the most powerful criminal organization in America, an achievement much more remarkable considering that the majority of its members remain behind bars, and its infamous Commission-the folkloric threesome, Thomas 'Terrible Tom’ Silverstein, Tyler 'the Hulk’ Bingham and Barry 'the Baron’ Mills-are kept in maximum-security solitary confinement, as the US government makes an open effort to subdue the organization by any means necessary. Despite these efforts, the Aryan Brotherhood continues to thrive, and Blood In, Blood Out demonstrates how a combination of Machiavelli, Nietzsche, meditation, secret codes, brutal violence and sheer will enable its buried puppet masters to continue to tug at the strings of an organization at the forefront of the black market trade in drugs, arms and money laundering. In Blood In, Blood Out, John Lee Brook provides both an extensive overview of the Aryan Brotherhood and a thrilling look at its untold recent history.
 

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Published September 11, 2013 by Headpress. 368 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Political & Social Sciences, Crime. Non-fiction

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