The Patch

Gang Symbol used by the Saxon Knights

The symbol of the Saxon Knights is a medieval shield (Coat of Arms) divided into four fields, with a sword pointing down in the middle, along with a crossed battle-axe & hammer behind the shield. There's a ribbon above the shield with the words "Honor - Brotherhood - Loyalty." The four fields inside the shield are colored white, purple, red, and gold. White for their race, purple for their royalty, red for the blood their ancestors shed, and gold for their brotherhood. The letters "S" and "K" are in two sections that run diagonal, a knights helmet opposite of the "S," and the section next to the "K" is for whatever they choose to place there. If someone is removed as a member their patch (tattoo) must also be removed. The Knights are primarily in the Indiana prisons, but have recently spread beyond prison walls, with chapters in throughout the Midwest and even Arizona.

Saxon Knights patch