Posted onFebruary 17, 2021byifnm|Comments Off on ‘It’s chaotic out here’: Atlanta rapper flips Bentley during ‘attempt on my life’
“I understand there’s a lot of beef going on in my city between different crews, that is fueled by the music…” Cydel Charles Young, 36, a songwriter and rapper also known as Cyhi the Prynce.
Grammy-nominated songwriter and rapper from Atlanta said he was chased
and shot at Thursday night while driving, causing him to crash his
Charles Young, 36, a songwriter and rapper also known as Cyhi the
Prynce, posted a lengthy account of the incident on Instagram on Sunday,
saying “there was an attempt on my life.” His narrative was largely
confirmed by an Atlanta police report obtained by The Atlanta
Young was taken to Grady Memorial Hospital afterward with a minor injury to his hand, police said.
“Far from everyone wants to be a part of Swedish society,” Lofving said, adding these families had come to Sweden solely for the purpose of committing crime, bringing with them their own parallel systems of government.
in Sweden say they’re struggling to control criminal “clans” exercising
their own form of justice, amid an escalation of violent crime in what
has long been a tranquil and safe country.
close family loyalties and little regard for the authorities, a few
dozen criminal gangs now wield considerable influence over some of
Sweden’s disadvantaged neighbourhoods, say experts.
bombings and grenade attacks have become regular events in cities and
towns across the country. Media outlets report on drug wars, blackmail,
and witnesses too fearful of repercussions to testify.
“Have you seen the movie ‘The Godfather’? Then you know what it’s like,” journalist Johanna Backstrom Lerneby, who wrote a book about one of Sweden’s most infamous crime families, told AFP.
Posted onAugust 11, 2020byifnm|Comments Off on Gangs Evolve into Organized Crime #543-544 w/Video
Lt. Nanson describes how the gang problem has exploded, out of control, over the past three decades, while police officials have continued to report that crimes are down. By using inaccurate statistics and ignoring the gang evolution into major organized narcotic trafficking the culture of gangs has moved into white collar crime.
As a part of an on-going series on Gangs and Gang Crimes , the Full
Disclosure Network® presents an exclusive 11 min preview of Part 6 and 7
featuring retired 33 year veteran LAPD Lieutenant Gary Nanson, who was
in charge of gang operations for the LAPD in the San Fernando Valley.
CRIME STATS INACCURATE: Lt. Nanson describes how the gang problem has exploded, out of control, over the past three decades, while police officials have continued to report that crimes are down. By using inaccurate statistics and ignoring the gang evolution into major organized narcotic trafficking the culture of gangs has moved into white collar crime.
POLICE SEARCHING IN WRONG PLACES: In the one hour interview Nanson details how gang members are
removing tattoos, driving middle class sedans and dressing “like us”
while perpetrating white collar crimes such as:
Future conflicts will mostly be waged by drug cartels, mafia groups, gangs, and terrorists. It is time to rethink our rules of engagement.
Wars are on the rebound. There are twice
as many civil conflicts today, for example, as there were in 2001. And
the number of nonstate armed groups participating in the bloodshed is
multiplying. According to the International Committee of the Red Cross
(ICRC), roughly half of today’s wars involve between three and nine
opposing groups. Just over 20 percent involve more than 10 competing
blocs. In a handful, including ongoing conflicts in Libya and Syria,
hundreds of armed groups vie for control. For the most
part, these warring factions are themselves highly fragmented,
and today’s warriors are just as likely to be affiliated with
drug cartels, mafia groups, criminal gangs, militias, and terrorist
organizations as with armies or organized rebel factions.
This cocktail of criminality, extremism, and insurrection is sowing havoc in parts of Central and South America, sub-Saharan and North Africa, the Middle East, and Central Asia. Not surprisingly, these conflicts are defying conventional international responses, such as formal cease-fire negotiations, peace agreements, and peacekeeping operations. And diplomats, military planners, and relief workers are unsure how best to respond. The problem, it seems, is that while the insecurity generated by these new wars is real, there is still no common lexicon or legal framework for dealing with them. Situated at the intersection of organized crime and outright war, they raise tricky legal, operational, and ethical questions about how to intervene, who should be involved, and the requisite safeguards to protect civilians.
Posted onJanuary 20, 2020byifnm|Comments Off on Henrik Jönsson: The Propaganda on Refugee Crime in Sweden (Video)
Henrik Jönsson tells the real story about the increased crime and violence in Malmö, Sweden and its link to Sweden’s immigration policy over the last decade. According to Aron and Henrik Sweden has not made a real attempt to help refugees assimilate to Swedish culture and have now created a more segregated society with a new immigrant underclass. They discuss the Swedish culture of silence that promotes conformity.
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Italian intelligence has named the Nigerian mafia “the most structured and dynamic” of any foreign crime entity operating in Italy, according to the Washington Post…. What distinguishes the Nigerian crime networks is their severe brutality…
One of the fastest growing criminal networks in Europe is now the
Nigerian mafia, which is spreading its criminal activities across the
continent. It consists
of rival groups such as Black Axe, Vikings and Maphite. Most recently,
authorities in Italy, France, Germany, the Netherlands and Malta conducted an international operation
directed at two of the major Nigerian mafia groups. Police accused the
gangs of human-trafficking, drug trafficking, robbery, extortion, sexual
violence and prostitution.
According to a June 2019 report by the Washington Post on the Nigerian mafia in Italy:
“They hold territory from the north in Turin to the south
in Palermo. They smuggle drugs and traffic women, deploying them as
prostitutes on Italy’s streets. They find new members among the caste of
wayward migrants, illicitly recruiting at Italian government-run asylum
The Nigerian mafia, according to the report, is “trafficking women by the tens of thousands”. Italian intelligence has named the group “the most structured and dynamic” of any foreign crime entity operating in Italy, according to the Washington Post.
Posted onNovember 4, 2019byifnm|Comments Off on Crimewave engulfs UK churches and graveyards with 19 offences including theft, arson and drug trafficking recorded every day
Theft, arson and drug trafficking among 19,493 crimes in churches since 2017. There were 2,490 cases of violence, 4,162 of criminal damage, 7,206 thefts,
A crime is committed in a church or graveyard every 70 minutes in Britain, shocking new figures reveal.
arson and drug trafficking are among the 19,493 crimes recorded on
church property in the UK since January 2017 – a rate of 19 a day
In total, the range of crimes being committed on church property includes 2,490 cases of violence, 4,162 of criminal damage and 7,206 thefts, according to figures released by 40 of the 45 UK police forces.
Numerous thefts from churches included silverware items, oil stocks, public address systems and war medals from a veterans’ memorial.
Posted onOctober 23, 2019byifnm|Comments Off on Undercover FBI Agent Exposes Sinaloa Cartel & La Cosa Nostra
Former FBI Special Agent Michael McGowan shares his stories and what he learned as an undercover FBI agent with Patrick Bet-David. McGowan worked more than in 50 undercover cases, some including more than three different cases with the La Costra Nostra families, The Russian Mob, Biker gangs and the Sinaloa Cartel.
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I watch Hollywood awards ceremonies where a supposed artist screams out for punching people in the face for political disagreements, and the entire horde of Botoxed brain zombies leaps to their feet in an ungodly and unholy howl of rampant bloodlust approval.
“We can call it Cultural Marxism, but at the end of the day, we experience it on a day to day basis, by that I mean a minute by minute, second by second basis. It’s political correctness and it’s multiculturalism.” – Andrew Breitbart