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White supremacist groups probably took some sordid pride when they discovered that California prison inmates with Bloods’ and/or Crips’ gang affiliations had adopted their “Sovereign Citizen” movement tactics involving the “UCC-1 (Uniform Commercial Code, hereinafter UCC) bogus lien filing scam.” These tactics were developed in the 1960s as part of an anti-government secessionist agenda to undermine government prosecutions and tax enforcement as well as the harassment, intimidation, and retaliation against public officials.

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