Aryan ‘sisters’ live and die in the trenches
April Flanagan was sent to prison just months ago for conspiring to help blow the heads off a disgraced Aryan gang member and his girlfriend in East Texas.
The order came from an Aryan Brotherhood of Texas leader who wanted the man “in intensive care or dead by midnight.”
Across the state in Lubbock, Chasity Clark is accused of helping her husband, a general in an arm of the same gang, run an organized criminal enterprise and ditching gang computer files before police could confiscate them.
But neither can compare to Tanya Smith, whose Bonnie-and-Clyde-like run with her man began in Houston and ended with two police detectives killed, the boyfriend shot dead, and Smith serving life in prison.
Prosecutors contend the three women are part of the little-known world of “featherwoods,” a nickname often worn with audacious pride as they live and die in the trenches of “white-boy gangs.”