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POSTED: Friday, April 1, 2011 - 2:45am

UPDATED: Sunday, September 25, 2011 - 9:47pm

BEAUMONT, Texas (AP) - Two men alleged to be part of a white supremacist gang have been arraigned on federal conspiracy and other charges relating to the 2009 shooting of another gang associate.
 

A Justice Department statement says 31-year-old Joshua Mark Bodine of Vidor (VYE'-dur) and 59-year-old John Oliver Manning of Pasadena are charged in a federal indictment opened Thursday with violent crimes in support of racketeering.
 

The pair was arraigned Thursday in Beaumont on counts that include conspiracy to assault, assault and assorted firearms and drug charges.
The statement says the two are members and associates of the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas and are accused of shooting and wounding a fellow gang associate in Nederland. Messages left with their attorneys Thursday weren't returned.
 

If convicted, Bodine and Manning could get life in prison.
 

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They r all P O S good they need to kill each other off,them and all their kinfolk,women too their all nutin but meth heads. they do nutin but steal rob murder just lookin to cause trouble then think they are above the law,then think they control prison,they should b hung fron hi tree,no triel no nutin, u gang member.u die on the spot. then world is better place to live, nouf said

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