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Really Truthful eCards – OMG Cute Things
#1 – "Cross On The Chest (Russia)"
In the Russian prison system, a tattoo on the chest symbolizes a ‘Prince of Thieves’. This is the highest rank a Russian convict can achieve, and these are generally worn by high-ups in the mob. Russian convicts have one of the most intricate tattoo cultures of any group of people. There are literally dozens of Russian criminal tattoos, each with it’s own distinct meaning. For example, a man with stars on his knees does not bow down to any authority. A man with a tiger on his chest is aggressive towards the police. A web with a spider in it symbolizes a drug addiction. Bells symbolize freedom while roses mean a wasted youth. A manacle represents a 5-year prison term, while a bear is reserved for professional safecrackers. The list goes on and on.
#2 – "Aryan Brotherhood"
The Aryan Brotherhood is the biggest white supremacist gang in the US prison system. They make up less than 1% of the inmate population but are responsible for 20% of murders in US prisons. Their tattoos are usually shamrocks and/or the letters ‘AB’ as well as nazi symbols such as the swastika and SS bolts. The prison system is partly to blame for the creation of racial gangs in US prisons. Until the 1960s prisons were racially segregated, so groups like the Aryan Brotherhood inevitably formed. The Aryan brotherhood’s illegal activities include drug-trafficking, inmate prostitution, and murder-for-hire. They are also sometimes known as Alice Baker, the One-Two, or The Brand. You may have seen depictions of the Aryan Brotherhood in the popular film, American History X.