Sunday, June 5, 2011

Death of reputed Aryan leader stumps police

When police found a heavily-tattooed, dying man slumped in a pickup truck crashed along U.S. 59 in mid-May, he had so many different identification cards they reportedly didn't know his name.
It would be many hours before police would realize he was the top general of one of the state's most notorious underworld organizations.
Questions still surround the death of Frank E. Roch Jr., the alleged head of the of largest faction of the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas, a powerful white-supremacist prison gang.
"It was widely understood, at least in law enforcement circles, he was the general of generals," said John Bales, the U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Texas.

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