Thursday, July 6, 2017

FBI Indicts 14 Mexican Mafia Members in L.A. Jails

Republished by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from Daily Bulletin
 

San Bernardino Sun
By: Beatrice Venezuela June 30, 2017

Recommended Reading : Blood in the Fields: Ten Years Inside California's Nuestra Familia Gang
By: Julia Reynolds

This book highlights Robert Mueller's intensive and investigation: "Operation Black Widow" which he conducted while he was a US Federal Prosecutor in San Francisco, Ca. Nuestra Familia and La EME are notorious Latino prison gangs run out of US top security prisons, especially in L.A. CA and Pelican Bay State Prison in Northern California. They primarily control the distribution of cocaine, heroin, methamphetamines and marijuana within the prison system, the communities and the extorsion of drug distributors on the streets. The bosses run business, operations, control territories and "green-light" murders.

Following an extensive investigation by local and federal agents, several Mexican Mafia members and associates were indicted in connection to a series of violent jail attacks on inmates last year, FBI officials announced Friday.




“In one case, prosecutors allege, an individual whom the Mexican Mafia believed to be cooperating with law enforcement was stabbed several times in the head and upper torso after a Mexican Mafia associate allegedly gave an order for the individual to be murdered,” according to an FBI news release.


Among the 14 indicted in the case is Eyreick Arballo, 33, of Pomona, officials said. Arballo was already behind bars when he was charged in the case. Jose De Jesus Rivera, 33, of Compton and Daniel Bustamante, 29, of Long Beach were also arrested Thursday at their homes in connection to the case.

Daniel Ramos, 31, Miguel Garcia, 33, James Piano (age unavailable), Victor Hernandez, 40, Willam Membreno, 30, Edgardo Moreno, 40, Miguel Arciniega, 20, Sergio Chavez, 20, Jose Salazar, 28, Greg Gonzalez, 30, and Rene Arana, 31, who are all currently incarcerated, were also charged in the case, according to the release.


Beginning in July 2016, the FBI's San Gabriel Valley Safe Streets Task Force based out of the Pomona  Police Station, began their investigation into the assaults on inmates within the Los Angeles County jails, officials said.

Authorities learned the attacks were being ordered by the notorious Mexican Mafia prison gang from outside of prison walls, according to authorities. The attacks were carried out by the foot soldiers, sometimes known as Surenos, within the jails. The assaults and / or murders ordered by the shotcallers were made against inmates that leaders believed violated Mexican Mafia rules, officials said.


The indictments were announced Friday by Deirdre Fike, assistant director in charge of the FBI’s L.A. field office in conjunction with Jackie Lacy, the District Attorney for L.A. and Jim McDonnell, sheriff of L.A. County.

The FBI San Gabriel Valley Safe Streets Task Force was formed in 2008 and made up of law enforcement members from the FBI, DEA, Pomona Police Department, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, including investigators with the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department’s Operation Safe Jails; and the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation – Special Services Unit.






102 comments:

  1. Say what you want about Los Surenos. If you go to prison you WILL show them respect...

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    1. 10:40 you can stick your respect up the ass,
      what anyprison gang wants is the ass, and all the benefits of having one more bitch to exploit.
      Tattoos shuld be put together and given green light to exterminate any prison abuser upon request and after an investigation, but abuses of prisoners is the fault of prison wardens, they should answer for it, not just take their monthly checks and prisoners kickbacks and look the other way while prisoners kill and exploit other prisoners..but when names are named, "innocent gangbangers on the outside" wii not look sooo innocent, and that is a beautiful thing, now if they could somehow get somebody above them,."for icing on the cake" I would give them los bloomers del Sol Peyidos...
      Hey beiby chole where are ya!

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    2. PALABRA DESDE POMONA

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    3. What sucks about this site and the "ONLY" issue I have with this awesome site is that when you guys use pictures with 40 criminals on it, simply because itis impossible to see. Even if you click on thew pic and look through the source, it is even smaller than the pic you guys have.

      What is up with that..? Other than that one little issue, I have no other issues with the brave work you guys do each day!!

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    4. What the F.B.I. needs to investigate is all the police abuse in jails and the brutal killings of unarmed civilians by police officers. Fuck the police.

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    5. What a coincidence, every time the police shoot and kill someone, it turns out the person was a loser. It's never a Nobel laureate who is killed, now is it. I can already tell by your comment that you are likely to be a person who vacuums up my tax money in the form of welfare subsidies, which in truth are simply the leftists buying votes that will keep everyone who is on welfare, trapped in the urban plantations the democrats depend on. Bottom line, anyone who thinks police are killing civilians who aren't trashy losers in the grand scheme of society, probably don't hold the cure for cancer in their brain. So I am sorry you grew up raised by a single mother in poverty, but for the vast majority of people, who are law abiding and believe in personal responsibility, your comment is wrong, ignorant, and proves you to be a low life human, who is likely very unproductive. Just letting you know the vibe those type of comments give off to anyone who hasn't spent their entire life in a shit hood where no one tries. Police abuse in jails, haha, what a class of people to worry about, prisoners! So Fuck people like you!
      - Finesse in Texass

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    6. Open your eyes to what is going on with our police. Don't just take notice to the white officers who are killing unarmed black men. You need to
      look at the stories of a innocent bystander killed by officers bullets because they were reckless. Obviously those cases aren't as publicized because it does not have a good story line. There are many Barney Fife officers out there who would rather shoot first and ask questions later because they are incompetent to do their job. I should know I worked with plenty of them during my time on patrol. I have seen people wrongfully jailed on a dirty officers word. I have seen officers plant evidence on civilians. I have seen people and their property illegal searched. I have seen many cases of excessive force. When I was a parole officer I guessed about 10% to 25% of my caseload the parolee in question did not commit the crime they were sentenced on. Yes they were found guilty or plead guilty but they did so under duress, false witness testimony or having shitty court appointed attorneys representing them. 10:35 you need to look deep inside yourself and figure out why you have so much hate in your heart for your fellow man.

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    7. @10:07 Re: the top photo.
      I hope you mean THIS post , not the whole website .
      Some things are beyond our control in Cyberworld.
      That photo is crystal clear in my computer photo file, I can read every name , number , Prison, dates etc. That whole top section of prisoners are all in Pelican Bay.
      I have no idea why it is so outta focus on here, sorry to say.
      Often when working / formatting a Draft it will look different in the Preview,
      We go back in a correct it and Publish it and still other little things crop up,
      it is not a perfect system no matter how hard we try.

      Thanks for sticking with us !

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  2. Fuck southside and eme on gp. Im from LA and i would never bow down to those tweaked out lame ass shit and all their tweaked out scraps that are aftaid of them and pay taxes to a bunch of burnt out cholos who have no real power outside of California prisons.

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    1. im sure you would bow down tough guy...

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    2. Que malo, you aint from L.A. so stop acting tuff.

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    3. Your comment just told us your a little kid that has no fucking idea what your talking about.

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    4. I know You have never been to a county jail or prison if you are saying things like that. and you are very very wrong they have more power outside and inside. I don't even think you are from LA

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    5. You may reside in LA but your words are from Northern California. I agree with the rest of your post though!

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    6. @11:26

      But I bet you will bow down and show them some respect if you're locked up in a California prison. Either you do or they will let the tintos rape you

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    7. That respect they've earned on the inside has kept our communities and parks semi-safe. All criminals know that one day or another they will cross paths , do not underestimate the power these guys have...

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    8. I dare that shit talker above to post his where abouts and see if he has the balls talking like that lol

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    9. Why would he do somthing that stupid, and unnecessary.

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    10. And thats why nothing will change. Obey the law and stand your ground. Then you Can beat These pussies.

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    11. Tough guy has jokes...obviously knows nothing bout the calles of LA, Cali prisons or County jail. Funny though...

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    12. 4m San Gabriel Valley, LosAngeles,CA. Ive been to county a couple times before and i was at a reception prison in kern county (felony evading/ driving recklessly/ DUI/ posession of Cocaine) I agree, on the outside all cholos (southern and northern) are a bunch of foos on crystal, but by the way you talk your from up north (Bay Area=Gay Area) pretending to be from LA and youve never been to jail. Any disrespect or disobedience towards them in the 'system' and they'll at the very MINIMUM give you a SouthSide SmashOut. They (a couple) will beat your ass for as long as they can until the Deputies(county)or Corrections Officers(prison) finally take notice and pull them off of you..sometimes it only last 10 seconds, sometimes minutes until they arrive...they laugh and enjoy it because they're trying to gain points with their reps. And if your a somewhat big nuisance to the cops, they will turn their back and allow them to teach you a lesson. Jails have their programs, so cops and gangsters work together sometimes to keep things calm for everyone. its very easy to be a keyboard gangster, just not as easy to fufill those statements once your actually there...

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    13. Only northern farmers speak how u do so i know ur not from LA , we dont say south side or scraps , thats a farmer word , theres a saying that goes , la eme controla

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    14. Ok mejor vallanse de braziers otra vez, el pwteónes va a dear ir al cine y a misa los domingos
      --Braseros de brasas, braziers, burn coal chunks.
      --Braceros de brazos, (arms) hired hands.

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    15. Chapete talk all bad from behind a computer. What part of L.A you stay at, just curious?

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    16. My neighborhood National City was notorious for drive bys in the 90's. When the Eme order came out no more drivebys they stopped. End of story. Kid, you have no clue what goes on in the real world.

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  3. The vatos who were already locked up just cemented their street cred. As for those who were picked up from the outside, it only gives their homies a power vacuum for the trucha homies to step up their game.

    It is a never ending cycle that can only be broken through prevention. By the time a lot of these guys are caught up in the gangster life in prison, it becomes almost impossible to retreat.

    Stop consuming drugs people. These gangs/mafias exist because you need suppliers to provide for the demand.

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    1. How about we legalize them and tell the STATE that it doesn't need to be a nanny. ADULTs can do whatever they want as long as they don't harm third parties with their life choice. Instead of wasting BILLIONS of dollars fighting a never ending cycle and creating more crime universities (oh i mean privately own prison). Let's focus on spending it on education, harm reduction and better rehabilitation systems for criminals. If a drug addict wants to get clean he can do it like alcoholics do.

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    2. 7:45-They often do harm 3rd parties with their choices.Just ask their famalies.Yes there's AA but there's also NA too.

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    3. @11:14 no they dont! Reality is that drug addicts harm to others is almost exclusively due to the problem of getting the drugs.

      There is plenty of evidence supporting this with cases of persons having suffered serious physical trauma and have been put on opiates for medical reasons of pain control.

      Resulting rates of addiction are high and many have a hard time kicking the habit after recovering from their injuries, but thanks to controlled sumistration these people are able to live ordinary lives with some restrictions (e.g. driving).

      The government propaganda machine has programmed us to not think and look for truths, but it us out there.

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    4. When all drugs were legal there wasn't a "drug problem".

      Before World War I, a 9-year-old girl could walk into a drug store and buy heroin.

      That's right heroin. She didn't need a doctor's prescription or a note from her parents. She could buy it right off the shelf. just the way aspirin is sold today. Cocaine, opium, and marijuana were readily available as well. No DEA cartel , no undercover cops, no rehab 12 based brainwashing scam cults. Just people going about their own business is whatever way they chose. You know, something called "Might is right".

      There were no dealers preying on school children. There were no gang wars over drug profits, because there were no drug gangs. No opiate and crack epidemics. After all, who would buy dangerous drugs from a gangster at outrageous prices when he could buy safe drugs made by a reputable drug company at modest prices?

      That era of innocence didn't end because America was threatened by a drug crisis. It was ended in the traditional way by politicians looking for new worlds to conquer, politicians who have no interest in examining dispassionately the chaos they cause, and who will never face a single personal consequence for the lives they have ruined.

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    5. 2:10-Agree that was my point that the harm to others is due to getting the drugs and the families would know due to all the scamming and stealing.Know it 1st hand as a landlord too.

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    6. They can't do that because those who protest we'll get into the government system and fuck your all that the government has worked hard for they rather keep more addicts out their then have ppl get involved and make changes

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    7. Any jackass who hides behind the name Anonymous and advocates "respect" for sub-100 IQ criminal thug low-lifes is as much an idiot as they are...

      Deport them once they're done serving their time

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    8. CAA is an anonymous name.

      Please think before you post, maybe you won't look so silly.

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  4. Unfortunately prisons are elements of continuous criminal activities. A secondary base for gangs. Where enforcement and structure are the principal foundation for such. Same principles which are applied from those in society.
    Furthermore where criminal connections are established for distribution, security and enforcement. In other words private contractors to the continuous criminal activities.
    And such business ties help monetary gains within the penal system and those in societies.
    I'm sure there is more to the story for federal agencies to have gotten involved money laundering, drug trafficking, racketeering and murder ect.
    In the end it's a criminal enterprise and as such criminal enterprises exist everywhere and in every part of the world.

    E42

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  5. Would also recommend The Black Hand by Chris Blachtford.

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    1. Read it lost it found that book for $2 at a book store. One of the best Ive ever read.

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    2. I've been told by people who read that book that Boxer Enriquez twisted a lot of stuff and at times wasn't truthful. Blachford simply accepted his word at face value.

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    3. While you are at it read Rodolfo Cadena, aka Cheyenne, CHY, founding member of La eMe, the Movie American Me was based on his life, IN PART, and while he tried to make peace among gangs to grow and it cost him his life, he never turned rat and did not walk away from his "fate", murder in prison.
      Other men find their way on the easier side of easy like Boxer Enriquez of the Black Hand or Ruben Cavazos of the Mongols MC.

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    4. 10:38 Pos a Güebo, CONVICTS do the CON GAME like nobody,
      And if anyody can preach to the pulpit it would take a CON, who doesn't even need to be a convict or ex-convict, but knows how to use one...enter FELIX SATER "FBI COLLABORATOR" Who enjoyed great impunity on some deals in exchange for some bullshit delivered to the FBI who can't even get started commenting on it, but some people are investigating and leaking, y quebrandoles las patas a los caballos...
      (Breaking the horses' legs) I only wish they were much faster.

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    5. Boxer twisted alot of info so he could get paroled but that shit back fired on his ass , a lot of his stories where twisted like stated above, people know hes a snitch so he wouldnt last in the streets or anywhere , he got a major green light

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    6. 8:59 thats a great a point.

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    7. "They" don't release Boxer Enriquez for his family and his own good now, the System has done made discovering a new low in criminal justice, enjoy pinchis mariguanos drogadictos.

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  6. Powerful gangs such as la EME, begin to get paranoid and start killing themselves off, some die and some become super snitches...

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  7. They need the death penalty with no waiting line for gang members.just like in Texas hang them high for all to see!!

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    1. Theres a bunch of cholos down there too, quit acting like there isnt john wayne.

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    2. So now Texas Tango Blast, Barrio Azteca and Tejas are gone?

      And what about Bikers like Bandidos, Cossacks, Twin Peaks? Didn't they had a huge shooting at a family restaurant a couple years ago?

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    3. Texas has a lot of mobsters and mobbed up gangsters, politician, drug traffickers, weapons dealers, drug lords money laundering banksters, many former military, at the highest levels, swimming on a sea of impunity, and some are, I guess, mexican.
      They will never hang high...

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  8. The article high-lights a pretty important fact: jails do not prevent or deter individuals from comitting crimes. 'Lockin em up' at the unprecedented rate we are currently doing (with 2 million inmates we got the largest prison population in the world) is not making anybody, but the prison industry better off.

    Dont get me wrong: Im not advocating setting them all free, but there is something wrong with our concept of civilized society, justice and law-n-order if we need to lock up nearly 1% of the population.

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    1. The problem with 2 million people in US penitentiary is the rotating door which society imposed on them. Employment for an individual with a record is bleak. Despite paying your debt to society, discriminatory practices in society hinders one from living a decent life. Minimum wages don't make ends meet with the cost of inflation.
      A very small fraction of ex- convicts make it .
      This in part by some who know life deserves a second chance and have generously extended an opportunity. Now what one does with that opportunity it's up to the individual.
      However generous employers are but a handful.
      Prison is a business.
      Don't be quick to judge ones situation.
      Like the saying goes, Don't Judge a book by its cover. Many factors as to why one does what he does.
      The human nature within us should get facts and not condemn without knowledge.

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    2. Hey, you land in jail for armed robbery...you probably got a character problem. I'm not going to hire someone who I can't trust! Too much at stake, I could lose money and customers. Bottom line, the ex-con has only got themselves to blame for their problem.

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    3. Public schools produce a lot of criminals as a result of efforts to give public education on the US a bad name, and the reason why is that privatize want all those billions of dollars on the budgets for themselves, then they move on to private owned prisons for profit or "private services" for government owned institutions...and... and...and...

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    4. The problem with prisons anywhre is that some people see them as a source of great personal enrichment, and that federal, state, county and municipal governments agree, because theyI'll get some $$$ to pocket, and probably some beautiful young stud or a beautiful lady for the lonely nights.
      Hey, organize some prison fights to sell the tapes!!!
      And maybe get the warden fired,
      we need promotions around here...

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    5. @12:22
      There are crimes which I can't condone nor forgive ( rapists, child molester and muderers).
      However I will give an ex- con an opportunity for work. I believe in second chances. As a business owner I do extend an opportunity for those who just made a bad choice.
      We are human and we all make mistakes in life. And thus one should not be punished throughout life. But rather open doors and not close them.
      This is the problem facing American society ( discrimination).

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    6. There is help for those ex-convicts that really want to change, only they have to start at a lower point with many disadvantages, but I have seen some rise to positions of authority and become supervisers and business owners.
      LARRY HOOVER sits in some maximum security for life, but the main thing is he is incommunicado to help him do the right thing and keep his mouth shut, he had his own key making machine in Stateville Prison in illinois, courtesy of the warden and the politicians, he also had the keys to every cell to chose a wife anytime he wanted, the terror wored wonders for the politicians, their gangster friends the dope dealers and their Gangster's Disciples and their 2/6 for a while, the Latin Kings, the Outlaws and the Vice Lords could not see the end of it.

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    7. @8:26 am.
      I see you have knowledge and a bit of transparency of Chicago gang life and Its political system within the penal system.
      Some individuals are political prisoners due to the volume of members.

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  9. Gang bangers are a diein breed its not cool to he a cholo I've seen lots of them act and dress and listen to paisa music

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    1. For some it was never cool it was survival, so quit it with the millenial swag sh!#. A lot of gangsters originated from stoners, paisa music has been "cool" from chalino forward ( late 90s) .

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    2. Partly true but the only thing that changed is the way they dress and talk but cholos are still here

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    3. True. West coast gang banging is not what it used to be.

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    4. Gang banging will always exist as long as poverty exists. Poverty will never be a thing of the past and as such gangs will continue to thrive with the promise of women, drugs and money.

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    5. Here in Chihuahua City there are Cholos everywhere. We walk to the other side of the street to avoid them. My wife's mother lives in a bario where they are thick. She has a little store in her house. Two broke into her house and beat her as they were trying to rob her. they were pistol whipping her. She got to her gun and shot both of them as they were fleeing. She was at the same hospital being treated as they were. The wive's came up and yelled at her for shooting their husbands. You always here of people being beaten to death here by rocks. You can chalk those up to the cholo's. It is not safe in many neighborhoods here at night because of them. There whole live's are centered around crime of all kinds. Stealing cars and stripping them is one of their favorite past times. So on top of the police and other crime groups you have these hyenas in the mix.

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    6. Gracias / Thanks for your local commentary. Anything you can add, por favor /please do so. Always interested in info from a local, esp from Mexico.
      Paz/Peace mano.

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    7. Dressing cholo is out of style but Nike Cortez back in style?

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    8. Idk where ur at but west coast gangbanging is still very active , go to south la, bomton, sgv,riverside , san bern, sd, ect... its still very active and eme controls all the gangs that end in that 13 and all the cartels pay taxes to la eme in southern cali cuz they know if they dont pay and get locked up then its a wrap thats why they are so powerful andrheres only maybe 150 members

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    9. Maybe a dumb question but what's a cholo?Sorry I have no idea.I never heard the word before except on BB.

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    10. Not out of style, go to Japan and you will see it's even in style there. Cholos always have listened to corridos, I lived in San Diego in early 90's when it was really in style and I would see all the cholos hang out. Cholos for the most part act friendly with every one because it's convenient because of the life they live. They usually need favors and act super cool to get something out of you and for the most part the paisas are friendly and like to give so it's in their best interest to fit inn. Or at least act like it

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    11. Canadiana, it's gang bangers who are of hispanic descent (it does have other meanings, particularly in Peru).

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    12. Canadiana a "Cholo" is a Mexican American gang member. Their dress code has changed through the decades but the Pachuco style was started in 1930's and 1940's in California. They basically dressed in "zoot suits". Back in my day in the 1980's cholos wore the a long sleeve shirt with the top button buttoned the rest unbuttoned with a white t-shirt underneath. They had baggy dress pants with Stacy Adams shoes. Sometimes they wore hair nets or a bandana real low over their eyes. Cholo styles and the meaning of the word has changed over time but when I think of a cholo I think of the cholos of the 1970's and 1980's. Most of the cholos I knew were cool mofos. Hardcore but cool as hell.

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    13. Pachucos in Zoot Suits were expensive dressers. And some were mariguanos many smoked cigsrettes
      Cholo wear the cheapest clothes, sometimes very clean, but always cbeap, smoke, sometimes crack, use drugs to get excited enough for sex, meth, basuco, crack, speed, uppers, downers don't work. And believe they are some kind of magic.

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  10. I know a lot of michoacanos that were sick sureños in their ranchos and when they came to the U.S switched up their steez and turned into mean Gavilansillo fans... I know it sounds backwards but that's what happened. The funny thing is they were Gavilansillo fans because Chalino was from Sinaloa and they could never like an artist for the simple fact of where he was from.

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    1. You my friend of full of sh!t I'm from michoacan and go visit about 2 times per year. The only cholos I see are the ones that got deported from Cali other than that, there are no cholos.

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    2. Mexican Mafia and Michoacanos go way back because esta tierra (America) es de nosotros and Tarascos are the elite of all the natives. Cholo or paisa it doesn't matter commit a crime on U.S soil and the Raza is in charge not the mayates or the gabachos or anyone else. Even nuestra familia was once Mexican Mafia before the split and I got family members in both

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    3. @3:52 I'm sorry to hear you have so many lowlifes in your family

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    4. 8:07 I suppose they are their own lawyers in court most of the time too.
      One of michuacan's heros, their pride and joy, policia judicial federal agent and DFS kidnapper, torturer, extorter, murderer, drug trafficker and car thief Francisco Sahagun Baca uncle of Martitha Sahagun, secong hand wife of so called president Vicente Fox, a mariguana pusher these days.
      "La tumba vacia de Francisco Sahagun Baca"

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    5. To 8:07 I have successful people in my family as well not just criminals don't act like everyone in your family are good people

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    6. 3:52 I don't ever remember the Mexican Mafia and Nuestra Familia ever being together. La Eme always targeted the Northern Mexicans so they started their own thing to protect themselves. La Eme didn't take to kindly to another Mexican gang in the CDC so they went to war. They almost had a truce at one point but La Eme's high command fucked that up by allowing their leader who wanted the truce to be attacked by NF soldiers. Those members left him unprotected and so they purposely kept the war alive.

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  11. GANGBANGING is stupid and lame. Im not doing time for another loser, then get out of jail broke. Education is what our people need.

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    1. Totally agree.
      It's a shame that our youth look up to this type of clique for encouragement . Education is key to success.

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    2. I'm sorry your youth look up to what you call "cliques for encouragement" and I would encourage you to get involved with your youth. I'm very involved with my youth and I can assure they look to much more positive influences for encouragement and example

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    3. For a lot of gangbangers are born into the life and it's all around them. It's expected of them the same gang as uncle, cousin and big brothers. That's not an excuse but if these jokers had a positive influence in their life things could be better for them.

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    4. exactly, thank you. educate your selves Raza.

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    5. @ 625 Most gangs started to protect their race in prison. Without gangs prisons would be more violent and a lot of inmates would be preyed upon.

      Don't kid yourself, most of these guys would be criminals regardless if gangs existed or not. Gangs unfortunately are a necessary evil. Not saying they are good but crime in general is the main problem not gangs.

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    6. Forget about getting out of prison "broke", the worst is that you get out all fucked up, (bien cogido) and that some live to return ASAP.

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  12. Thing is: in US they want tax-payers, not bangers-druglords. Think about it.

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    1. Problem on the US is they want to make "tax paying" the exclusive property of the poor, the broke assed and the down tbrodden that can't defend themselves with PACS or LOBBYISTS to talk to senators and congressmen or other high faluting "dignitaries" that demand reset for their high offices and fresh new pages every year OR ELSE...

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  13. Gang members might as well just wear a sign that says COME ARREST ME! Plain and simple they draw to much attention to themselves and draw in weak snitches to swell their numbers. Time to try something a little more low key.

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    1. Yeah try death!
      Gangs are stupid. Flashing signs as if one where that educated speaking sign language.
      It's just stupidity at its highest.
      Get a legit job or go to school .
      Better yet apply that free time volunteering where needed.

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    2. 9:08 to funny. My sentiments exactly. Throwing gang signs really shows the education level of these putrid ass fucks. Their stupidity makes up for it when they get splayed open and chainsawed alive. Cartel members deserve slow intense painful torture. They need to be sustained alive as long as possible then bring out the sledge hammers and start smashing these fucks into the ground. Cartel assassins are now making their victims quadriplegics and paralyzing their victims while they are alive then slowy just beating and pounding them to death with wood planks and baseball bats. They maim and paralyze in front of their children.

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    3. 6:10 I hope your fans catch up with you soon and roll you with asphalt equipment, that makes it easier to desiccate carcasses and be their own fuel, more humanitarian than your proposals.

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    4. 9:08 and co. Alinensen pendejas,
      we are not going to whisper the message on your ears!

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  14. Heard back in 2014 from a Sureno in San Jose that la EME was putting pressure on Surenos in northern California (particularly SJ) to kill Nortenos. It was true, the following years had more gang killings and most were carried out by Surenos, although Nortenos retaliated and killed a couple of Surenos in too.

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  15. these guys are scum that i do not respect BUT if i were to get locked up id obviously respect the M only because i know these guys can have you killed right then and there or 1 , 2 , 5 years from now because they dont forget if youve done any research on them

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  16. 8:38 ganbangers know thy will become made members when they go to jail and that they will have to fork the ass, but they expect the money will be worth the sacrifice.

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  17. One word KARMA. Mexico does not want to implement the death penalty then I say let the inmates murder and kill each other at will.

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  18. Anyone with gang affiliation or gang tattoos should be considered an enemy of the state. Just as if they were wearing a foreign military uniform as an enemy. Deported or imprisoned for life.

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  19. Here is an article about cash seizures and forfeitures. I know it has been commented on in the past http://www.upi.com/Top_News/US/2017/03/29/Justice-Dept-watchdog-critical-of-some-cash-seizures/7961490840923/?st_rec=3871490848608

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  20. Quit crying about poverty and opportunity! If you can't find decent job in America, you don't want to work!
    Millions of folks from IMPOVERISHED countries dream of coming to America and WORKING!!!

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  21. check it out lames ...its nice to be able to talk n act bad on line ...but you an i know you would not step your ass out of (p.c) talking like that everyone knows you dont disrespect other peoples house n where ever these vatos are its their house ...n anyone that doesnt know this dosent know shit ...n should keep their two cents in their pocket n not in their mouth"" sabes como digo""

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