City Attorney Going After Alleged White Supremacist Safe House


The Los Angeles City Attorney's office is going after an alleged white supremacist safe house.  The home is in a sleepy part of Canoga Park and authorities say it's known to be a place where white supremacist gang members hang out.  

City officials say the home is being used by the group to sell drugs and say it has ties to the Aryan Brotherhood prison gang.  The Los Angeles Superior Court lawsuit filed Monday names several people including a 50-year-old woman and her 79-year-old mother for providing the home, which has reportedly come to be a safe haven for the group.


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