Vagos mongols and outlaws book

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vagos mongols and outlaws book

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The basis for the hit TV series Gangland Undercover! The gripping account from an ex-con who went undercover to help the ATF infiltrate three of America's most violent biker gangs. Despite lacking any experience with motorcycle gangs, Charles Falco infiltrated three of America's deadliest biker gangs: the Vagos, Mongols, and Outlaws. In separate investigations that spanned years and coasts, Falco risked his life, suffering a fractured neck and a severely torn shoulder, working deep under cover to bring violent sociopaths to justice. His dedication was profound; Falco spent almost three years infiltrating the Vagos gang and rose to second in command of the Victorville, California chapter. He even served time in San Bernardino's Murder Unit and endured solitary confinement to protect his cover and the investigations. Falco recorded confessions of gangland-style killings and nearly became a target himself before he sought refuge in the Witness Protection Program.
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After his successful infiltration of the Vagos biker gang, Charles Falco once again goes undercover in another notorious motorcycle club for the new series of Gangland Undercover. He worked for some very powerful Eastern European mobsters but eventually hit rock bottom after getting addicted to the drugs he was dealing. Eventually the Drug Enforcement Agency DEA raided his Southern California home and gave him a choice; face 22 years in prison without parole or become an undercover informant.

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My mother moved to California in the early 80's to be near her boyfriend's federal prison after a well publicized trial billed as Kansas City's largest cocaine bust. If I learned anything from these gentlemen whom I actually found to be wonderful human beings was that never, under any circumstances does one snitch to local or federal law enforcement. In fact the former did his time in lieu of being killed later on when the feds offered him a deal. So I have mixed feelings about but am still fascinated with undercover work. I thought this was just fair for the genre. With too many books currently in my queue I appreciate that this just basically reviewed facts and did not go into great depth. On the other hand I think it lacked some soul and did not place the reader in the very paranoid and horrible world as well either.

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The gripping account from an ex-con who went undercover to help the ATF infiltrate three of America's most violent biker gangs. Despite lacking any experience with motorcycle gangs, Charles Falco infiltrated three of America's deadliest biker gangs: the Vagos, Mongols, and Outlaws. In separate investigations that spanned years and coasts, Falco risked his life, suffering a fractured neck and a severely torn shoulder, working deep under cover to bring violent sociopaths to justice. His dedication was profound; Falco spent almost three years infiltrating the Vagos gang and rose to second in command of the Victorville, California chapter. He even served time in San Bernardino's Murder Unit and endured solitary confinement to protect his cover and the investigations. Falco recorded confessions of gangland-style killings and nearly became a target himself before he sought refuge in the Witness Protection Program.

Thank you! Fevered yet strangely generic account of a lawbreaker who came to enjoy a high-risk occupation: infiltrating outlaw motorcycle gangs. Falco was not a natural biker, but a drug dealer who agreed to infiltrate the Vagos after establishing himself as a confidential informant for the DEA following a plea agreement. Falco infiltrated the Vagos easily, but he was sucked into their lifestyle of drug use, abuse of women, criminal schemes and random violence, portrayed in a series of choppy vignettes; he even wound up incarcerated while undercover. By , Falco had helped law enforcement gather sufficient evidence to charge numerous Vagos with serious crimes though most pled out and received shorter sentences. A blur of pulpy violence that may appeal to those who romanticize the biker lifestyle. The book is quite similar to George Rowe's Gods of Mischief

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