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Alaska white supremacist gang members face federal charges

ANCHORAGE, Alaska – Several members of a white supremacist prison gang active in Alaska correctional facilities and the two other states is charged in a racketeering enterprise contains the graves of murder, abuse, kidnapping, and distribution of drugs and firearms.

Six men, including one who legally changed his name to Filthy Fuhrer, are charged in the Aug. 3, 2017, kidnapping, and murder of another member, Michael drive is located.

Bryan Schroder, Alaska to the U.S. attorney, said Wednesday two others have already pleaded guilty to the murder of the count.

He said that the men were members of the white supremacist gang known as the 1488s. The members work in Alaska prisons, and some were sent to facilities in Arizona and Colorado.

The indictment says that all gang members are required to “white, white, and act white.”

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