A cop who went undercover in a notorious Nazi biker gang has revealed how he narrowly avoided having to get one of their tattoos.
Ken Croke, who worked for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), was the first federal agent to ever successfully infiltrate the Pagans Motorcycle Club.
He spent two years undercover in the white supremacist gang, during which he witnessed violent crimes, secretly recorded meetings between gang members and even spent several days behind bars on a gun arrest — according to his memoir, Riding with Evil.
The 57-year-old managed to win over the gang’s Long Island, New York chapter, becoming a fully patched member.
But he quickly learnt that white supremacy was a big part of the Pagan’s beliefs, writing in his book: “They weren’t burning crosses, but the racism many spewed was persistent, blatant, and strong”.
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