Under and alone book summary

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Cancel anytime. Getting shot in the chest as a rookie ATF agent, bartering for machine guns, throttling down the highway at miles per hour, and responding to a full-scale, bloody riot between the Hells Angels and their rivals, the Mongols - these are just a few of the high-adrenaline experiences Jay Dobyns recounts in this action-packed, hard to imagine, but true story of how he infiltrated the legendary Hells Angels. This is the true story of ex-Mongols M. National President Scott Junior Ereckson. From a young teen, peering from behind a bush at an unknown Mongol, Scott fulfills his childhood dreams.
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Under and Alone [1] [2] is a book written by undercover ATF agent William Queen and published by Random House in which chronicles his infiltration of the violent outlaw motorcycle gang , the Mongols. Mel Gibsons production company, Icon Productions , acquired the film rights to Queens story, with early reports indicating that Gibson himself was interested in starring as Queen. However, Gibsons arrest for drunk driving and subsequent legal issues shelved any plans for a movie based on the book. William Queen was a nearly year ATF veteran as well as a motorcycle enthusiast when, in , a " confidential informant " contacted Queen's superiors, offering to help place an agent inside the San Fernando Valley chapter of the Mongols. Queen's work was soon to become the most extensive undercover operation into a motorcycle gang in the history of American law enforcement. Queen, using the alias Billy St. John, successfully infiltrated the gang by posing as a heavily bearded and long-haired motorcyclist who liked to drink beer and ride his Harley-Davidson motorcycle.

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