Brian Klose, alleged leader of the 1st SS Kavallerie Brigade Motorcycle Division, the gang set up and then taken down by undercover agents

In a five year undercover investigation, Florida police set up a fake Neo-nazi biker gang in order to catch white supremacists including one who allegedly offered $1,000 for anyone willing to kill a black man. The Daily Mail reports that  result of this investigation revealed an underground group that were training and equipping themselves for a race war on U.S. soil. Members of the hate group would shoot AK-47’s at water-filled jugs which represented the heads of blacks and Jews, and even traded a motorcycle for a plot of land where a young black man had been burned and buried in 2010. They then proceeded to use the plot of land as a urinal:

Police set up a neo-Nazi motorcycle gang to snare white supremacists and racist bikers, including one who allegedly offered a $1,000 reward to anyone willing to murder a black man.

After a five-year undercover investigation, prosecutors in Osceola County, Florida, believe they have been able to topple two domestic terrorism groups who were planning attacks on U.S. soil.

The probe – involving informants, hidden cameras and microphones, as well as undercover agents – revealed a subculture of neo-Nazi activists who were training and equipping themselves for a race war.

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