Founder of white supremacist Crew, Benjamin Davis found dead in prison


Benjamin Davis, the founder of a white supremacist prison gang known as the “211 Crew” has died in jail and his death is “currently being viewed as a suicide”.

The Colorado Department of Corrections spokesman Mark Fairbairn declined to explain when or where Davis was found. The 211 Crew captured national headlines after one of its alleged members, Evan Ebel, assassinated Colorado Department of Corrections director Tom Clements on March 19, 2013.


42 year old Davis established the gang in 1995 in a Colorado prison cell after he was supposedly attacked by a group of black detainees who broke his jaw. “Benjamin’s jaw was so badly broken, he had to hold it up with his hands,” his father, Israel Davis, wrote to a judge in 2007.

Late Davis was in jail for a 30-year conviction of a robbery and first-degree assault case.
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