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Charges have been filed against suspected members of the Universal Aryan Brotherhood (UBA) who participated in the coordinated attack against members of the Bloods Security Threat Group (STG).
The attack occurred on Thursday, September 15, 2019. It was learned that multiple assaults were carried out against Bloods STG members in prison facilities across Oklahoma.
Higher ranking authorities of the UBA had given orders for the attack to occur at 4:00 p.m. on the 15th of September.
At the Mack Alford Correctional Center (MACC) three of these attacks resulted in charges against the inmates.
Jesse Keys, 33, is charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (felony).
Keys was seen assaulting another inmate with an improvised weapon (shank) on security camera footage.
The victim received minor scratches to the back as a result of the attack. When interviewed the victim invoked their right to silence.
Steven Micheal Pannell, 38, is charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (felony).
Security camera footage showed Pannell using closed fists and kicking another inmate on the upper tier of A-Unit South Quad.
During an interview, Pannell claimed he attempted to break up the assault and was not in fact attacking the victim.
The victim received a laceration to the left shoulder as a result of the attack.
Timothy Moss, 39, and Gabriel Williams II, 21, are both charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (felony).
Surveillance footage shows Moss and Williams attacking another inmate in the open quad area.
Moss used his fists to assault the victim, striking them in the body and face. Footage shows Williams to have an improvised weapon (shank) which he used to stab the victim.
The victim received two lacerations on their back as a result of the attack.
Moss and Williams invoked their right to silence when interviewed.