New Biker Book - "Under and Alone"

A true story about a cop who goes undercover to join the Mongols was published last April, entitled "Under and Alone: The True Story of...

Under and AloneA true story about a cop who goes undercover to join the Mongols was published last April, entitled "Under and Alone: The True Story of the Undercover Agent Who Infiltrated America's Most Violent Outlaw Motorcycle Gang".

It sounds like an interesting read for those intrigued with biker gangs.

William Queen, who was a Vietnam Vet and an agent for the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco & Firearms, infiltrated the Mongols as an undercover agent. According to Amazon.com:
Assuming the role of bearded biker "Billy St. John," Queen entered into a 28-month undercover operation. To gather evidence of homicide, weapons and narcotics violations, he sometimes wore a wire, knowing that its discovery could lead to his murder. Indeed, he was suspected at first of being a cop and forced to prove himself in more than a few dangerous situations. But after months of hazing, he became a trusted member.

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  1. I say "to hell with billy queen and all his rat friends" - may they burn in hell!

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  2. Mikey is obviously a gangster himself or he wouldn't be posting such a comment about one of Americas finest heros.

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  3. Has anyone ever checked to see if this story is really true? It sounds alot like the 1992 movie Beyond the Law, starring Charlie Sheen.

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  4. Additionally, he says at one point in the book, he was under a motorcycle working on the headlight. I don't know of any Harley that has part of its headlight circuitry under the motorcycle.

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