HOUSTON — Ten more members of the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas have been sentenced to prison to complete prosecution of three dozen people indicted in 2012.
Federal prosecutors in Houston say the latest sentences range from three years to nearly 22 years behind bars.
All 10 defendants who were sentenced this week were convicted of racketeering-related counts and acknowledge being part of the white supremacist gang.
The individuals are from Houston, Dallas, Corpus Christi and Otto, North Carolina. Prosecutors say the gang members agreed to commit murder, robbery, arson, kidnapping and drug trafficking.
All 36 gang members were convicted of racketeering activity.
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