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Allgier's Actions Could Have Ramifications Among Other Prisoners

Allgier's Actions Could Have Ramifications Among Other Prisoners



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(KSL News) It's unclear yet how the death of officer Anderson will play out among white supremacist gangs at the prison.

Corrections officials say Anderson was well-liked by prison inmates, but so far, inmates are keeping quiet about Anderson's accused killer, Curtis Allgier.

The Deseret Morning News reports Allgier had recently fallen out of favor with fellow supremacist inmates. But in the Aryan gang culture, being known as a 'cop killer" could improve Allgier's status.

Corrections officials say they are watching white supremacist gangs in the jails for any ramifications.

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