Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Since dropping out of the Mexican Mafia, Rene Enriquez hasn't just quit the life. He's launched himself on a mission to help dismantle the organization to which he devoted his entire adult life. He's testified against his former brothers, collaborated on a book with LA TV journalist Chris Blatchford (The Black Hand), attended law enforcement conferences as a speaker and you can still find his videos on YouTube.

His latest effort is a manual for law enforcement, prosecutors, COs and anyone else who has a more than passing interest in the subject.

It's not intended to be as in-depth as The Black Hand. Instead, it's an introduction to the world he knows better than anyone. It essentially answers all the questions that usually come up when someone first becomes aware of the subject. Think of it as a survey course on the Eme. It's a terrific reference source and an absolute must-have for anyone who wants to know what really goes on behind the Eme's wall of silence. You can find it on Amazon.com or www.policeandfirepublishing.com.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

regardless of your opinions, this has obviously caught your attention to some deep level you feel the need to post on it, say what you will, but your critical and negative opinion only goes to show that you will, if you haven't already pick up this book and read it. if you have more to say about it get your ass to write a book about it and stop trying to hate on other's accomplishments. no haterade