Texas D.A. And Wife May Have Been Targets Of The Aryan Brotherhood. (Hardball Video)
To be sure, any connection between the Aryan Brotherhood and the recent killings of the prosecutors is unclear—police are now reportedly eyeing as a "person of interest" a former local official who lost his job in a corruption probe and was prosecuted by the two dead men. And with its chilling details about the extreme internal discipline that gang leaders often mete out, the documents may even detract from the theory that the perpetrator could have been a rogue member of the group. In any case, they provide a chilling glimpse into the way the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas operates.
FBI Documents Connect Aryan Brotherhood with Mexican Cartels
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).
The purpose of the AB is now power and is not a racial organization as it has been deemed in the past. The AB’s continue to be aligned with members of the Mexican Mafia (EME) and certain motorcycle type inmates. [emphasis added]
MDTOs (Mexican Drug Trafficking Organizations) use street and prison gang members in Mexico, Texas, and California to protect smuggling routes, collect debts, transport illicit goods, including drugs and weapons, and execute rival traffickers...
The organization [Aryan Circle] was put together by a group of men who were fed up with other organizations within the system who claimed to be for the White race, but were in reality nothing more than radical prison gangs.
In prison, divisions and racial problems are still strong, but on the street, the structure is different. Now it’s based on a union of power and economics where racial divisions are unnecessary.