In Florida arrested 39 gang members white Suprematists

This week in Florida was arrested 39 participants Unforgiven and United Aryan Brotherhood gangs of white Suprematists. In addition to drugs they have seized over 100 firearms, a few pipe bombs and a grenade launcher, reports the Daily News.

According to the Prosecutor of the Central district of Florida arrested are accused of illegal possession of firearms and drugs (several pounds of crystal meth and fentanyl). Depending on the severity of the charges he faces 2 years in prison to life imprisonment.

The arrests were the result of a 3-year «operationBlackjack«, which was attended by the prosecutors of the state and Federal prosecutors of the United States, the Bureau of alcohol, tobacco, firearms and explosives (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives), as well as the Sheriff’s office Pasco.

This operation is not over. «We will continue to use all available tools to prosecute those who persist in spreading violence and drugs on our streets,» said U.S. attorney Maria Chapa Lopez.

Tampa ATF Assistant Special Agent in Charge Craig Kailimai joins @USAO_MDFL Maria Chapa Lopez & @PascoSheriff Chris Nocco to announce the indictment of 39 individuals as part of a firearms and narcotics investigation in FL. Learn more at #NoBetterPartner

— ATF HQ (@ATFHQ) November 16, 2018

According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, the gang United Aryan Brotherhood (United Aryan brotherhood) — the oldest and largest of the gangs of white Suprematists (supporters of the idea of white supremacy) more than 15 thousand members in the California prison San Quentin, where he was created, and beyond.

Unforgiven, according to the anti-defamation League (Anti-Defamation League), a neo-Nazi organization based in Florida.

We have previously reported that in new York arrested the boss of the street gang Mad Stone Bloods.