His mission is to bust white racist criminal gangs who live in a world of swastika tattoos, drug trafficking, illegal gun sales and assassinations.
Since it surfaced that the skinhead responsible for the Wisconsin Sikh killings once lived in Orange County, I've dug into neo-Nazis, white supremacists and criminal gangs. There are important differences.
This man – I'll call him Jack – isn't tatted up like the undercover guys on TV. Jack specializes in surveillance, both highly technical and old-fashioned.
He's taken down dozens of guys so scary that if you saw them, you'd walk the other way.
He's also prevented murders of gang members ordered by leaders known as "shot callers." Why not allow them to kill one another and let God sort them out? Jack's answer is as much from the mind as it is from the heart.