Category Archives: Gangs

April 20, 2021

Open Letter: Grooming Gang Survivor Accuses UK Government of Systemic Racism

Last year there were 91,345 anti-White hate crimes reported, compared to only 11,043 hate crimes against all other ethnicities. That means there were 8 times as many hate crimes against Whites as against anyone else.

Dear Home Secretary, Tackling Child Sexual Exploitation Unit, Government Equalities Office, and Home Affairs Committee,

Please accept this letter as a formal grievance.

I am a grooming gang survivor and a Christian. I represent people who have experienced anti-White hate crime, ‘anti-Lack of belief’ hate crime, or a combination of both.

My reason for writing is to again ask that the Home Office and the Government act to ensure that all Ministers of the Crown and public authorities act to carry out their public sector equality duty under Equality Act 2010 (149), to “have due regard to the need to achieve the objective to eliminate discrimination, harassment and victimisation,” of grooming gang victims, on grounds of our race and religion. This is essential if you are to “foster good relations between persons who share our relevant protected characteristics and persons who do not share them”.


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April 16, 2021

Los Angeles Neighborhood Deteriorates Into Street Slum As Violent Gangs Terrorize Residents

A homeless encampment in northeast Los Angeles overrun by gang activity has prompted frustrated residents to beg apathetic city officials for help.

A homeless encampment in northeast Los Angeles overrun by gang activity has prompted frustrated residents to beg apathetic city officials for help as their community deteriorates into a dangerous third-world street slum.

Locals living in the Los Feliz neighborhood adjacent to Hollywood say rampant gang activity has taken over areas previously occupied by a peaceful homeless population that were either evicted from the area or exploited by the violent tribes through the drug trade or sex enslavement.

One resident, whose identity is concealed for fear of gang retaliation, provided the photo below and told The Federalist the new encampments possess the sophisticated craftsmanship of wooden structures complete with large-screen TVs and generators with a tarp tossed over them.

“There is no sidewalk anymore,” they said, forcing kids and the elderly to walk along busy streets.


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April 4, 2021

Gang members ‘instructed’ to shoot Chicago police officers: report

Latin King members likely to shoot at unmarked police vehicles, an alert warns

Gang members were reportedly “instructed” to shoot at Chicago police officers after the Adam Toledo shooting, according to a Saturday report from The Chicago Sun-Times.

Police fatally shot 13-year-old Adam Toledo on Monday.

What’s a brief history on this?

Authorities have said that Chicago police officers responded to a city alleyway for reports of gunfire. When they arrived, they discovered Adam and a man. One officer ended up chasing the 13-year-old — who police said was armed — and shot him in the chest behind Farragut Career Academy High School.

Adam’s mother was not notified of her son’s death until two days after the incident, and authorities waited an additional three days to publicly reveal that Adam was just 13 years old.


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March 6, 2021

How NINE Mexican cartels are responsible for flooding the streets of the United States with drugs – with El Chapo’s Sinaloa gang and their rivals CJNG the biggest threats

DEA reports indicates that Mexican drug cartels ‘are the greatest drug trafficking threat to the United States’. e majority of heroin and fentanyl available in the US is smuggled overland across the south west border

Nine major Mexican cartels are responsible for flooding US cities with fentanyl, heroin, methamphetamine, cocaine, and marijuana, according to an annual report by the US Drug Enforcement Administration. 

The DEA’s 2020 National Drug Threat Assessment, which was published Tuesday, shows how each of the key players exert their influence over different parts of the US.

A map shows how El Chapo‘s Sinaloa Cartel and their rivals the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG) were the dominant forces in funneling drugs over the Mexico-United States border in 2020.

The Sialoa cartel was found to control Arizona and California area smuggling routes into the US, while the CJNG exerts control over Mexico’s port of Manzanillo.

Other key players are the Cartel del Noreste [Northeast Cartel] and Los Zetas, Guerreros Unidos [United Warriors], Juaréz Cartel and La Línea, and La Familia Michoacana.


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February 13, 2021

18 young men and teens busted for Brooklyn murders, shootings in Bedford-Stuyvesant gang takedown (Video)

“Children are being shot,” Gonzalez said. “These young men view this as some sort of sick game.”

More than a dozen gangbangers were arrested for their roles in a spate of shootings and killings in Brooklyn, including two cold-blooded slayings, the NYPD and Brooklyn district attorney announced Wednesday.

The 18 young men — and a few teenage boys — are part of an umbrella group called the 900 Gang that operated out of public housing complexes in Bedford-Stuyvesant, prosecutors said. The group would shoot at members of rival gangs on sight, purely to establish territorial dominance, according to investigators.

“There’s no active incident. No active dispute,” said Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez at a press conference, calling it a “senseless” cycle of violence.


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January 16, 2021

14 high-ranking MS-13 leaders charged with terrorism offenses by US Department of Justice (Video)

“MS-13 is responsible for a wave of death and violence that has terrorized communities, leaving neighborhoods on Long Island and throughout the Eastern District of New York awash in bloodshed,” acting U.S. Attorney Seth DuCharme said. “Even when incarcerated, the Ranfla Nacional continued to direct MS-13’s global operations, recruit new members, including children, into MS-13, and orchestrate murder and mayhem around the world. Today’s ground-breaking indictment seeks to demolish MS-13 by targeting its command and control structure and holding MS-13’s Board of Directors accountable for their terroristic actions.”

Fourteen people alleged to be the world’s highest-ranking MS-13 leaders have been charged in an indictment in Central Islip, officials announced Thursday.

The Justice Department says the council of leaders, known as the Ranfla Nacional, operated as the organization’s Board of Directors and directed MS-13’s violence and criminal activity around the world for almost two decades.

Specifically, the indictment charges the defendants with conspiracy to provide and conceal material support to terrorists, conspiracy to commit acts of terrorism transcending national boundaries, conspiracy to finance terrorism, and narco-terrorism conspiracy in connection with the defendants’ leadership of the transnational criminal organization over the past two decades from El Salvador, the United States, Mexico and elsewhere.


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September 24, 2020

Criminal ‘clans’ challenge Sweden’s law enforcement

“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.

Police 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.

With 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.

Shootings, 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.


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August 11, 2020

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.

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.

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:

  • Identity Theft
  • Business Extortion
  • Medical Fraud
  • Credit Card Fraud
  • Counterfeit DVDs, designer fashions


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May 10, 2020

3 dead, several wounded in cycle of South L.A. gang shootings, police say

“That started a rash of unfortunate, retribution-type shootings that resulted in a total of 12 incidents between us and the county,” Labrada said.

A single shooting in South Los Angeles on Wednesday afternoon is believed to have touched off a vicious cycle of retaliation between two gangs that left at least three men dead and more than half a dozen others injured, law enforcement officials said.

After that first fatal shooting, another man was killed just south of Gramercy Park in unincorporated Los Angeles County, and the third in Inglewood, police said. The victims were not immediately identified.

In addition to the dead, there were multiple shootings across the area from the afternoon well into the night, said Cmdr. Alfred Labrada of the LAPD’s South Bureau, where much of the gunfire occurred.

“It’s a very unusual, very high number of victims,” Labrada said. “It’s just an unfortunate situation for us, especially in light of people supposed to be staying home, that there are still people shooting people out there.”


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May 8, 2020

Gang Workers Assigned to Mayor’s “Safe At Home” Coronavirus Campaign #530-532 (Video)

Los Angeles, CA  Update on LA Mayor’s Multi Million Dollar Gang Redemption program is now focusing on the Coronavirus pandemic. This new effort to get the word out to the Gang Communities directs  the resources  to promote the “Safe at Home” policies  of the Mayor. Watch this 10 minute preview from Full Disclosure Network’s comprehensive series covering the successes and failures of gang programs within the City  and County of Los Angeles. Full Disclosure® host Leslie Dutton interviewed major players involved  in the L.A. Gang Wars including the innovative ideas implemented by Deputy Mayor Reverend Jeff Carr. This video includes the first three parts in the series. Outlining the original intent of what started as a $25 million dollar strategy dubbed the “Gang Reduction and Youth Development program.”

Featured in this  video are the following experts:

  • David R. Hernandez, Los Angeles civic activist who worries this program is doomed to failure because the officials are ignoring or concealing an all-out race war between local gangs.
  • L.A. Deputy Mayor Reverend Jeff Carr, the Mayor’s new “Gang Czar” is planning to augment the current suppression effort by law enforcement with Mayor’s two prong strategy, prevention and intervention using gang members who he feels can be “redeemed”.
  • Sgt. Richard Valdemar, a 32 year veteran of the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department who is an International Gang specialist predicts that the use of gang members to intervene during gang violence is absurd.

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