Aryan gang general “Stainless” gets more prison time for beating underling An Aryan Brotherhood of Texas general is getting more prison time for ordering the brutal beating of an underling who had crossed the gang. Steven “Stainless” Cooke, 48,who is serving life for a Liberty County murder, got an additional 87 months ... 08/31/2012 - 12:41 am | View Link
Posing with 'street-sweeper' shotguns and out of their minds on meth: Inside the bizarre and brutal world of Texas' Aryan Brotherhood The general is accused of using one of the two stainless .45-caliber weapons to shoot an Aryan rival in the head. Although they are largely a danger only to each other, Texan authorities are clamping down on the paranoid band of brothers whose fears of one ... 06/11/2012 - 1:12 am | View Link
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The Adolf Hitler Collection Only the Schwabingertor is no longer there ... (stainless steel). ... was a great crusade to bring Germany into the halls of an Aryan “Imperium” and he almost ... 05/28/2016 - 1:51 am | View Website
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Hong Kong businessman Vincent Lo learned the hard way just how costly getting on Donald Trump's bad side can be. What started out in 1994 as a successful business relationship between Lo and Trump culminated in 2005 in a $1 billion lawsuit, after Trump decided he was displeased with how a deal went down.
Lo, along with other Hong Kong businessmen who bailed Trump out of major financial trouble by investing in one of Trump's midtown Manhattan properties, eventually sold the 77-acre property near Lincoln Center for $1.76 billion, which The New York Times reports is "believed to be the largest residential real estate transaction in the city's history." But instead of being thrilled by the deal, Trump was livid.