The Chatsworth Eights were a neo-Nazi street gang based out of Chatsworth in Los Angeles in the late-1980s. The number eight refers to the letter H, with double H meaning Heil Hitler.

Members of the gang included Richard Ross, William Burkhart, Roland Mackey, Frank Simmons, and Withers. Ross was leader of the group and Burkhart was second in command. The gang was effectively broken up by the LAPD, although Ross escaped prosecution due to the influence of Irvin Irving.


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