Casey White Tattoo Photos Show Nazi SS Symbol, Confederate Flag

The U.S. Marshals Service released more information about the escaped inmate Casey White and the meaning behind his tattoos.

The U.S. Marshals Service is offering up to $10,000 for information leading to the capture of Casey White and up to $5,000 for the correctional officer, Vicky White, who authorities believe aided him in his escape on April 29, according to a press release.

Alongside the details of the "special relationship" between Casey White and Vicky White, no relation, they released more images of the inmate and his tattoos.

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Casey White tattoo photos show Nazi SS symbol and Confederate Flag. Authorities continue to search for Vicky White, 56, and Casey White, 38, who are not related, after the pair went missing from the Lauderdale County Detention Facility last Friday. U.S. Marshalls Office

"Casey White stands 6 feet 9 inches and weighs approximately 330 pounds. He has brown hair and hazel eyes," the press release said.

"He has numerous tattoos, including some affiliated with the Alabama-based white supremacist prison gang Southern Brotherhood."

The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) has produced a profile on the white supremacist group and identified what some of its gang symbols look like.

"The Southern Brotherhood is a large, Alabama-based white supremacist prison gang. Gang members use a variety of different symbols and tattoos but the most common is their 'patch' or shield tattoo," the ADL profile said.

"This tattoo consists of a shield emblem (often superimposed over axes or swords) divided into four sections, each with a different symbol inside.

"These symbols can include the letters SB, swastikas, SS lightning bolts, the number 23 (or 14/23), the Confederate flag, or other symbols."

In the pictures released by the U.S. Marshals Service, Casey White can be seen with a tattoo that matches this description.

On the right side of his chest, a shield tattoo can be seen showing the letters SB, with lightning bolts in another section and a swastika.

The ADL report also highlighted the significance of 14 and 23 to members.

They said the 14 was in reference to 14 words, which is a reference to a popular white supremacist slogan. The 23 references to the "23 Precepts" of the Southern Brotherhood.

In a separate report, ADL reflected on the significance of the Confederate flag to supporters of white supremacy.

The flag, used in the Civil War, was used by the Confederacy and its military forces.

"Organizations such as the Sons of Confederate Veterans adopted the flag as a symbol of Southern heritage but the flag also served as a potent symbol of slavery and white supremacy, which has caused it to be very popular among white supremacists in the 20th and 21st centuries," the report said.

"This popularity extends to white supremacists beyond the borders of the United States."

Casey White appears to have a Confederate flag tattoo on his back next to a dog, with the words "Southern Pride" above and beneath the flag.

Authorities have said anyone with information on Casey White and Vicky White's location is urged to contact law enforcement. You can call the USMS Communications Center at 1-800-336-0102. Anonymous tips may also be submitted via the U.S. Marshals Tip App.