The non-incarcerated bikers are still excruciatingly nervous around Romeo's well-staffed operation. "Just a precaution," he says curtly. "Should we be taking that precaution?" Jax asks. Romeo assures him, "Lobo Sonora doesn't know about our deal. If they did, they would never risk reprisal up north." Luis -- he of the masters in logistics -- notes that Lobo Sonora would likely strike in Arizona, and the cartel is prepared for that. Then he hands over a valise with $700,000 in it. Romeo calls over a guy named Fredo and Fredo opens a crate filled with 30 kilos of uncut Colombian cocaine. "Give it a safe ride, gentlemen," Luis bids. Romeo adds that he'll be up in a few days to check on the operation, and leaves the club. The bikers all eye the cocaine as if it's radioactive, and it take Clay barking at them to start loading up the truck. Clay and Jax exchange pleased looks -- this is their retirement in that crate -- then catch Bobby Elvis handling a brick with an expression of distaste. After he walks off, Clay and Jax exchange looks again: Something will have to be done about Bobby Elvis.
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