Jay Dobyns a federal agent for 27 years achieved worldwide notoriety as one of history's most daring undercover agents. Jay is the first lawman to defeat the multilayered security measures of the Hells Angels to become a member of the legendary Skull...
Jay Dobyns a federal agent for 27 years achieved worldwide notoriety as one of history's most daring undercover agents. Jay is the first lawman to defeat the multilayered security measures of the Hells Angels to become a member of the legendary Skull Valley charter. For 2 years, he lived inside the Hells Angels. Jay played the role of a hitman or debt collector living among street and prison gangs, extremists, gunrunners, drug traffickers and bomb builders.This is a special show to remember. When people today ask Jay what he does, how does he like to reply? Jay took on the dirtiest, toughest jobs in undercover work… why? Was it Adrenalin, danger, the challenge, anger...what is the motivation to put Jay in the true line of fire? Jay's job was to pretend to be someone he's not, did he ever go too far? Todd Herman says our alter ego is a part of us, was it a part of Jay or did it take over? To go deep undercover was he conscious of his alter ego or was he so deep, he lost himself? How far from Jay was the alter ego he created as an identity to go undercover with the Hells Angels? Could he unhook away from the Hells Angels hangout? Is it still a part of Jay today? What rituals did he have to go through to get into the role each day? Was Jay a guy who could assume roles and identities easily? Was there training to prepare an Agent to assume an identity to go undercover? How did Jay go about creating situational awareness? Why being shot showed Jay that he wanted to be the guy that would stand up to the violence. How did his Dad shape who he is as a man today? What’s the image in the mirror he can see that he wants his kids to embody, learn and replicate. In his job he said he abandoned the very people who loved him the most, a story of regret. Is Jay a guy who carries regret? Was humility a trait that was instilled into Jay as a kid? Does he fear anything today? Jay Redman is the Overcome guy, Ray Cash Care is the Decimator…who is the Jay Bird? Hells Angels, biker, dealer, traded guns…what’s the soundtrack to the life of Jay, what’s his theme song? At any point did he ever admire what the Hells Angels have built as a tribal brand? LINKS Jay Dobyns Website https://www.jaydobyns.com/index.html
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