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The Mongols Motorcycle Club

             One morning in late February 1998, Carly Hudson, Erika Allison and Daniel Booher were contacted by Special Agent John Ciccone of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) of the Los Angeles division Group II. With us was Special Agent William Queen. Ciccone knew that Queen had been hanging around the Hell's Angels gathering intelligence for another case agent so our team was the closest and obvious choice for this very important mission. The mission was to go undercover and infiltrate the most dangerous outlaw motorcycle gang around. They are so violent and crazy that they make the Hell's Angels look like pansies. We were informed that there are reports of surging criminal activity amongst the Mongol's across the United States. The investigation was a priority due to the Mongol's penchant for assaults, gunfights, drug trafficking, and cold blooded murder crossing over to the civilian world. So we began the preparations for what we did not know at this time, would be a psychologically intense and extremely dangerous mission inside the world of the Mongol Nation. .
             Part I.
             The Mongols Motorcycle Club is also known by the names of the Mongol Nation or Mongol Brotherhood. The Mongols name was derived from Genghis Khan who was the leader of the Mongol Empire. The Mongols Empire broke down and over took big countries throughout Eastern Europe in the early 1200's. The Mongols Empire soldiers rode horses and even though they were small in numbers they were smart, disciplined, and coordinated, this is what lead them to their victories with their enemies and conquered. .
             The by definition are a part of the One Percenter outlaw motorcycle club or MC, which is organized crime. The Mongols was created in Montebello, California on December 5th, 1969, and the headquarters are in southern California. The USA chapters are mostly made up of Hispanic Americans and Native Americans.

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