Code of Honor

The Code of Honor used by the Saxon Knights

In most cultures, middle class people and above think offenders in prison are animals -- literally, and correctional officers often treat the offenders that way, and the offenders know that. So the Saxon Knights reverse that matter.

About the Saxon Knights

Learn more about Indiana's most notorious prison gang

Saxon Knights prison gang

Synopsis of the Saxon Knights.

Saxon Knights prison gang

Symbol of the Saxon Knights.

Survival Manuals

Manuals used by the Saxon Knights

Saxon Knights Survival Manual

The Song of Roland

Translated by C. K. Moncreiff

The Song of Roland encapsulates the Rules of Knighthood – the Code of Chivalry used by the Saxon Knights.

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Saxon Knights Survival Manual

The 48 Laws of Power

by Robert Greene and Joost Elffers

The 48 Laws of Power are the Saxon Knights' Laws of Human Nature. These Laws summarize insights gleaned from more than 3000 years of experience.

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Saxon Knights Survival Manual

The Art of War

by Sun Tzu

The Art of War by Sun Tzu is the definitive work on military strategy and tactics, which the Saxon Knights use for developing their diplomatic relations.

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Saxon Knights Survival Manual

The Prince

by Nicolo Machiavelli

While many prison gangs operate under a paramilitary structure, the Saxon Knights employ the philosophy of Niccolo Machiavelli, as expressed in The Prince.

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Order of the Saxon Knights

Honor | Brotherhood | Loyalty