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Neo-Nazi drops 3 corpses at Albuquerque hospital, then flees: FBI
KOB4 / Metropolitan Detention Center A suspected white supremacist faces charges after he allegedly ditched a bullet-riddled car containing three dead in the parking lot of an Albuquerque hospital this week. the Aryan Brotherhood prison gang, was charged on Friday with being a convicted felon in possession of a gun and ammunition for his role in Wednesday’s triple homicide, according to a criminal complaint filed Friday before the US District Court of New Mexico. in a fatal shooting in a nearby alley, Kuykendall drove to the Kaseman Presbyterian Hospital with the victims, took off his shirt and told a security guard “that there were three dead in the Chevy” before s ‘remove. Hughes, a researcher in the program on extremism at George Washington University and contributor to the Daily Beast – points out that authorities do not believe that Kuykendall “may be responsible for the death of one of the three men.” The victims, who have not yet been identified, were also members of the gang. Kuykendall is being held on bail at the Albuquerque Metropolitan Detention Center. SEARCH VIDEO: @ABQPOLICE said three bodies presented to Kaseman Hospital around 3 p.m. yesterday. They haven’t confirmed that these videos are online, but show what appears to be a barrage of bullets at 2:40p yesterday. 2 miles away, a bloodied man leaves the scene @ KOB4 pic.twitter.com/jqnvdcW4Tn— Ryan Laughlin (@RyanLaughlinKOB) May 13, 2021 Prosecutors have described the Aryan Brotherhood as a “nationwide prison gang that strives to control the distribution of drugs and other illegal activity in state and federal prisons. Trained by white inmates, it has around 20,000 members both inside and outside the prison and is known to have used Nazi symbols, including swastikas and SS lightning bolts, according to the complaint. . the gang is known to have murdered or threatened members who do not remain loyal or pose a threat to the company. [Aryan Brotherhood] uses murder and the threat of murder to maintain a position of power within the penitentiary and prison system, ”the complaint states. “The detainees and others who do not follow the orders of the [Aryan Brotherhood] are likely to be murdered, as will anyone who uses violence against a [Aryan Brotherhood] Prosecutors say Kuykendall was walking down an alley behind a local pizzeria on Wednesday when a dark-colored Chevy Malibu pulled up behind him. When Kuykendall attempted to get into the car, shots were immediately fired at him. He was able to jump in the car, and she dressed up as an Aryan princess to defeat the neo-Nazis Seconds later, Kuykendall got out of the car and headed for a dumpster, according to the complaint. “Kuykendall stood by the dumpster for nine seconds, then walked back to the car. The Albuquerque Police Department later found a 9mm pistol in the dumpster. he took off his shirt, revealing several tattoos associated with the neo-Nazi group, including “a large letter B on his left shoulder and an iron cross on his left breast,” the complaint says. When the authorities arrived, they found a car. riddled with bullet holes ”with a pistol loaded under the driver’s seat, an empty pistol in the backseat and worn bullet casings throughout the car, according to the complaint. This is far from Kuykendall’s first clash with the law. “Kuykendall has an impressive criminal history, with at least 35 arrests in New Mexico and Massachusetts,” the complaint states. His crimes range from forgery and identity theft, to theft and conspiracy, to assaulting a family member in 2018. Join now! Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside delves deeper into the stories that matter to you. Learn more.