Meet The Man Who Had The Balls To Single-Handedly Bring Down The Most Notorious Motorcycle Gang From The Inside
Charles Falco was a drug dealer and manufacturer, meth usually, and sold his wares in tiny desert towns in the outskirts of Southern California. He became the tweakers best friend, and eventually their biggest enemy, once he had no choice but to go straight and devote his life to busting people exactly like him.
Faced with drugs charges that could’ve landed him in jail for two decades, Falco flipped sides and worked with the ATF to bring down some of the biggest biker gangs in the country.
Falco now has a graduate degree in criminal justice and works as a lead instructor for a national law enforcement training institute. Before Falco took a desk job training men to bust scumbags earning a living the way he once did, Falco spent three long, intense years infiltrating The Vagos — one of the most notorious outlaw motorcycle gangs in the United States.
Gangland Undercover, a new series on The History Channel, chronicles Falco’s time in The Vagos and is based off his best selling book Vagos, Mongols, and Outlaws: My Infiltration of America’s Deadliest Biker Gangs. The show premieres Tuesday, Feb 24 at 10 pm.