The end of Aryan Brotherhood

Assistant U.S. Attorney Terri Flynn spent most of Tuesday recounting the evidence presented during the four-month trial of four suspected ringleaders of the notorious Aryan Brotherhood prison gang.

Flynn said two of the defendants, Barry "The Barron" Mills and Tyler "The Hulk" Bingham, ordered a race war against the DC Blacks prison gang that resulted in the death of two black gang members during a 1997 riot at a prison in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, the AP reports.

Defense attorneys will begin their arguments on Wednesday. They have maintained their clients were forced to join the gang simply to survive in the tough prison environment. They also contend prosecution testimony was manufactured and paid for with money and prison privileges.

Along with Mills and Bingham, Edgar "The Snail" Hevle and Christopher Overton Gibson are on trial.

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