Anthony Ramon Hall, a leading member of the Universal Aryan Brotherhood (UAB) prison gang, was sentenced in federal court today to 294 months in prison for conspiring to conduct a racketeering enterprise and related charges.
The 40-year-old prison gangster had pleaded guilty on June 9, 2015, and in connection with his plea, Hall acknowledged his membership in or association with the UAB, a violent, “whites only” prison-based gang with members and associates operating inside and outside of state prisons throughout Oklahoma. According to the plea, Hall held a leadership position in the UAB as a “main-council” member.
Hall admitted that he conspired in racketeering activities to advance the UAB enterprise, including possessing and selling 500 grams or more of methamphetamine. Specifically, he admitted to using smuggled cell phones to coordinate the delivery, receipt and sale of methamphetamine by UAB members and associates outside of prison who would then return profits to him while he was incarcerated.
Hall also admitted that he coordinated the firebombing of automobile car that belonged to someone he believed had stolen from the UAB drug conspiracy.
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