posted on Oct, 27 2018 @ 08:50 PM
a reply to: Phage
Being part of a criminal enterprise is part of racketeering, which can be charged under the RICO act. If they make money doing something illegal,
which many of the real violent NAZI groups do by selling dope and guns, then yes you can go after someone for being part of a group. It is how they
took out a lot of crack dealers in the eighties and nineties, and they still use it today for people associated in criminal enterprises.
Example, Phage has become associated with a science is supreme group that preaches science can explain everything in the universe (I believe it can in
fact). But what you may not know will hurt you. There are higher tiers to this group that may not only be involved in the selling of pirated software
to fund itself, but even human trafficking. You never committed any of the crimes, but you have an official membership under that group.
One day you are at a meeting and it gets raided. Because you are an official member of the group, even though you may not even be aware of illegal
activity, you will be charged with racketeering under RICO laws. Now if you are truly innocent, it will work itself out in the motions as they coerce
you into selling people out for your freedom.
That is legal today and has been used and continues to be used for certain people who are too damn good to get caught, but forgot they have an
official association that can be as simple as a tattoo or the regular colors they wear in their own territory with a criminal enterprise.
It is one method that has been used to fight crimes against criminal enterprises with smart players.
edit on 10-27-2018 by worldstarcountry
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