AS SEEN ON AMERICA'S MOST WANTED
AND ANDERSON COOPER 360°
The infamous Sonny Barger once declared that the Hells Angels would never be infiltrated. Running with the Devil chronicles the story of the ATF sting that proved him wrong and the two undercover agents who risked their lives in the process. For two years, the agents posed as members of a Mexican renegade motorcycle club, earning the trust and respect of the vicious Arizona Hells Angels. Their work led to the shocking 2003 bust in which ATF agents arrested fifty people and seized 650 guns, 30,000 rounds of ammunition, and more than 100 explosive items—including grenades and napalm.
Writing in cooperation with ATF agents, most of whom remain undercover today, Kerrie Droban follows the perilous mission up through the ensuing court case and jail sentences. Along the way, she provides a startling—and unprecedented—exposé on the treacherous inner workings of the Hells Angels brotherhood.
|Publisher:||Globe Pequot Press|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
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About the Author
Kerrie Droban is a criminal defense attorney who coauthored the capital appeal State v. Ring, which went before the United States Supreme Court. A graduate of The Johns Hopkins University Writing Seminars and an author of suspense thrillers, she lives in Phoenix, Arizona.