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Re: The most dangerous gangs in U.S.A.
« Reply #15 on: January 17, 2002, 05:45:34 PM »
I Knew Of Some KKK Members Here In Charlotte, NC Too, So Your List Is Partial.  Those Are Some Crazy People, Most Of 'Em Are Pretty Stupid, Though.  I'm White, And They Were Always Cool To Me (Not Like I Hung Out With 'Em, I Mean When They Saw Me In The Neighborhood).  We Had These 2 BIGGGG Suckas Try To Recruit My Dad Once, He Told 'Em He Wasn't Interested, And They Were Real Cool About It, Helped Us Move Into Our House And Everything.  Ain't That Crazy?  One Of The Leader-Dudes Puts A Big Red Cross Up In His Yard Every Christmas, That's Some Scary Sh*t, I Don't Live In That Neighborhood Anymore, Though.  There Was A Black Woman Up The Street, Those Fruits Burnt Her Yard Up, Set The Grass On Fire One Night.  

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Re: The most dangerous gangs in U.S.A.
« Reply #16 on: January 17, 2002, 06:36:34 PM »
damn my realnameis
thats a lot of fuckin info lol,, i read about the first two paragraphs then scrolled down and it was too long
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Re: The most dangerous gangs in U.S.A.
« Reply #17 on: January 17, 2002, 08:12:09 PM »
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The Eastside Longos--a Hispanic gang in Long Beach, California--has been involved in a gang war since October 1989 with the Tiny Rascal Gangsters--a Cambodian gang also located in Long Beach and in several other parts of the state including Fresno and San Diego. Drive-by shootings and assaults between these two gangs have resulted in 16 killings thus far.


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Re: The most dangerous gangs in U.S.A.
« Reply #18 on: January 17, 2002, 08:35:13 PM »
hmmm, didnt see nuthin bout filipino gangz in Cali. shit in SD they real thick. n in LA they are too. its funny how when i talk tah homiez frum tha eastcoast, they cant picture asian n filipino gangz, when....in suthern kali itz pretty known that theyre now tha most vicious gangs. i dont think people understand how long tha reach stetchez of sum of these gangz. i mean, 18th street has connectionz not only in suthern cali....but as far as Mexico City. As well as with sum filipino gangz that have connectionz all tha way in tha Philippines.
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Re: The most dangerous gangs in U.S.A.
« Reply #19 on: January 17, 2002, 08:42:45 PM »
Myrealnameis... Props homie
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Re: The most dangerous gangs in U.S.A.
« Reply #20 on: January 17, 2002, 11:05:24 PM »
If i'm not wrong,the rap group Boo ya T.r.i.b.e. are involved in some heavy gang shit,they are samoan,right?
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Re: The most dangerous gangs in U.S.A.
« Reply #21 on: January 17, 2002, 11:13:10 PM »
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If i'm not wrong,the rap group Boo ya T.r.i.b.e. are involved in some heavy gang shit,they are samoan,right?


yup they samoan. samoan gangz aint no joke neitha. they bang fah real. North County San Diego gotta grip of em. Oceanside. N them muthafuckaz is jus TOO big lol. i aint fightin em....ill shoot they big ass! lol
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Re: The most dangerous gangs in U.S.A.
« Reply #22 on: January 17, 2002, 11:28:20 PM »
"People from Los Angeles"

Below is a list of people that have in some way been connected to issues pertaining to gangs, juvenile delinquency, and intervention strategies in Los Angeles. The list below is not comprehensive, but as I research more information I will make it available.

Stacey Augmon, NBA Forward

Art Blajos, Writer

David Blake, aka DJ Quick, Rap Artist and Producer

Calvin Broadus, aka Snoop Dog, Rap Artist

Mike Christianson, Professional Bodybuilder

Mike Concepcion, CEO, Record Executive

Charles Jordon, NFL Wide Receiver

Marion "Suge" Knight, CEO Deathrow Records

Manuel Lares, Barrios Unidos

Edward Rodarte, Councilman and former mayor of La Puente

Luis Rodriguez, Author and Poet

T. Rogers, CEO Sidewalk University

Henry Tillman, Ex-Heavy Weight Boxer

Danny Trejo, Actor

Barry White, Award Winning Singing

Eric "Eazy E" Wright, CEO Ruthless Records

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Re: The most dangerous gangs in U.S.A.
« Reply #23 on: January 17, 2002, 11:32:10 PM »
Below is a table of all gang-related homicides that occurred in Los Angeles foreach year from 1979 to 1998. These figures are tabulted by the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department and include all gang-related homicides of all racial groups for the entire county of Los Angeles.

Year     Homicides
1979      276
1980      355
1981      292
1982      205
1983      216
1984      212
1985      271
1986      328
1987      387
1988      452
1989      554
1990      690
1991      771
1992      803
1993      720
1994      782
1995      807
1996      614
1997      450
1998      399




 

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Re: The most dangerous gangs in U.S.A.
« Reply #24 on: January 17, 2002, 11:36:06 PM »
"Homicide Rate Up 27.6% for Year in L.A."

Violence: Central and south areas are the hardest hit. Many of the killers are thought to be gang members.

Los Angeles saw an alarming 27.6% upturn in homicides last year, with more than 75% of them occurring in south and central communities, authorities said Tuesday.
    A total of 545 people were slain, according to the Los Angles Police Department's year-end crime statistics. And violent crime in aggregate was up 10% citywide.
    "These statistics should be a real cause for concern for the mayor, the City Council, the city attorney, everyone in the city," said Erwin Chemerinsky, a professor of law at USC.
    "But it is important that we resist the temptation to find a single cause; undoubtedly, this is a product of many factors," he said. "They may include an increase in gang warfare, demographic shifts causing a rise in the number of males of a certain age group, low police morale and less effective policing."
    The year's homicide victims were almost exclusively black or Latino males between 17 and 32, and most of the killers--many of them believed to be gang members, were between 14 and 24.
    Several LAPD officials cited drug sales, high-powered weapons, and a decline in the number of youth programs in poverty-stricken pockets of the city as additional possible explanations, as well as attrition within the department. There are now 9,200 sworn officers, about 800 fewer than there were three years ago.
    The department has begun to analyze the year-end totals to develop strategies this year and to increase enforcement of existing laws, such as curfews.
    "The department and the chief plan to do everything possible to curb this climb," said a spokesman, Officer Jason Lee.
    The 77th Division, which had one of the highest murder rates in the city, is reassigning many of its 400 officers to street patrols.
    Some of the division's narcotics officers have been redeployed, Sgt. Kiyong Ma said. "The bike unit here was canceled 2-3 weeks ago," he said, "and those officers were put in cars."
    The division is examining every patrol officer's arrest records, citations and court appearances in search of patterns that might reflect a less aggressive approach by some officers.
    If an officer is found lacking in certain crucial areas, "we will approach each one individually to find out what's going on," Ma said. "Then, the problem will be addressed."
    Citywide, rape increased 11.5%; aggravated assault 10% and robbery 8.8%,
    Less serious crimes increased as well. Motor vehicle theft and burglary each increased 13%, Lee said.
    But Sgt. John Pasquariello pointed out that crime--gang-related homicides in particular--remain significantly lower than they were in the early 1990s, when gang warfare fueled by turf killings and drugs escalated to unprecedented levels.
    Between 1991 and 1993, there were more than 3,000 homicides, he said. After that, the homicide rate crept downward, until now.
    Pasquariello suggested that the recent spikes in crimes across the board reflect a cyclical pattern of violence. The crime rate, he said, had decreased for so long that it was only a matter of time before it hit bottom and started to climb.
    "What goes down, must go up; what goes up, must go up," he said. "But that's just one theory."
   


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Re: The most dangerous gangs in U.S.A.
« Reply #25 on: January 18, 2002, 06:17:24 AM »
I was only messin bout the tit  thing.  But dam if you typed all of that you da man.
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Re: The most dangerous gangs in U.S.A.
« Reply #26 on: January 18, 2002, 06:37:18 AM »
:o Damn man, shit is really goin' down on 18th street! I did'nt knew that was that serious... Next time i visit USA ... i'll be mo' carefull... Peace !
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Re: The most dangerous gangs in U.S.A.
« Reply #27 on: January 19, 2002, 08:19:57 PM »
SHIT thats tight info....i think L.A. needs more police officers.
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Re: The most dangerous gangs in U.S.A.
« Reply #28 on: January 22, 2002, 06:20:04 PM »
this actually supports my theory that the world is getting better than it was in the early 90's, check those homicide numbers.
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Re: The most dangerous gangs in U.S.A.
« Reply #29 on: January 22, 2002, 09:56:58 PM »
are these just street gangs.. caus i saw u mention vice lords a lot.. and i know for a fact they aint no stupid ass street gang... if u thinken that vice lords is a gang bangen representing crew then ya dead wrong...

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