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White Supremacist Pleads Guilty To Racketeering

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Vicki Stark-Fitts pleaded guilty to participating in a pattern of racketeering activity that included conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine and murder Thursday before U.S. Magistrate Judge Keith Giblin. (credit: Orange County Sheriff’s Department)

Vicki Stark-Fitts pleaded guilty to participating in a pattern of racketeering activity that included conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine and murder Thursday before U.S. Magistrate Judge Keith Giblin.
(credit: Orange County Sheriff’s Department)

BEAUMONT (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — Federal prosecutors say a 49-year-old woman has pleaded guilty to her role in a criminal enterprise that orchestrated a killing and distributed methamphetamine in East Texas.

Vicki Stark-Fitts of the Liberty County town of Hull admitted Thursday to multiple racketeering charges. Authorities say she was associated with a gang called SWS, an acronym that often stands for “Solid Wood Soldiers” or “Separate White State.” The group is alleged to have operated in and out of jails and prisons, primarily in Texas, and has a written constitution and bylaws that outline the duties of its members.

Stark-Fitts and three others were named in a federal indictment returned Aug. 7.

Kristopher Leigh Guidry, a/k/a “Hollywood,” 28 (credit: Orange County Sheriff’s Department)

Kristopher Leigh Guidry, a/k/a “Hollywood,” 28 (credit: Orange County Sheriff’s Department)

Kristopher Leigh Guidry, a/k/a “Hollywood,” 28, Kenny Don Stanley, 25, of Vidor, Texas, Tanner Lynn Bourque, a/k/a “Two Shoes,” a/k/a “Hitman,” 33, of Port Arthur, Texas, each pleaded guilty to murder in aid of the racketeering activity earlier this summer.

Kenny Don Stanley, 25, of Vidor, Texas (credit: Orange County Sheriff’s Department)

Kenny Don Stanley, 25, of Vidor, Texas (credit: Orange County Sheriff’s Department)

The indictment targeted members of SWS and also the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas.

Prosecutors say the four conspired to kill a fellow SWS member who earlier had shot an ABT associate. The member was killed to prevent retaliation against SWS by ABT.

Tanner Lynn Bourque, a/k/a “Two Shoes,” a/k/a “Hitman,” 33, of Port Arthur, Texas (credit: Orange County Sheriff’s Department)

Tanner Lynn Bourque, a/k/a “Two Shoes,” a/k/a “Hitman,” 33, of Port Arthur, Texas (credit: Orange County Sheriff’s Department)

Stark-Fitts faces life in prison.

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