Gangs/illegal drugs

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    Did you know that up to 25% of gang members use illegal drugs ?
    No wonder these groups are so psychotic, violent, and out of touch with reality.
    Their " initiation" process is a disgustingly intense level of brainwashing, giving them delusions of grandeur..

    Police Juice Up on Steroids to Get 'Edge' on Criminals - ABC News
     
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    3,800 Gang Suspects Charged in US-Central American Six-month Roundup
    September 29, 2017 - U.S. and Central American law enforcement authorities announced Friday that they have charged more than 3,800 members of the MS-13 and 18th Street gangs in coordinated law enforcement action since March.
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    Officials Praise Large Gang Roundups in US, Central America
    September 28, 2017 | WASHINGTON — Authorities in the U.S. and Central America say they have indicted thousands of violent street gang members since March, including a powerful MS-13 leader who allegedly ordered bloodshed on the East Coast while imprisoned in El Salvador.


    For federal prosecutors who have long worked to quash the gang, the new emphasis has been rewarding. The arrests include more than 70 people in the U.S. during roundups in Los Angeles, Virginia, Maryland, Massachusetts, the Long Island suburbs of New York and Columbus, Ohio. Among those charged is Edwin Manica Flores, known as “Shugar,” who investigators say led the gang’s East Coast operation from prison in El Salvador, according to a racketeering indictment unsealed in Boston Thursday. It says he encouraged recruitment in the U.S. and taught his counterparts ways to evade law enforcement.

    Northern Triangle

    Law enforcement in the Northern Triangle arrested hundreds more, including members of the rival 18th Street gang, seizing guns and luxury cars and in some cases entire businesses, officials said. U.S. cases are so often linked to those in Central America that investigators from all of the countries will use the Miami visit as a chance to swap intelligence and share strategies that can help build cases against gang members in the U.S., said Kenneth A. Blanco, acting head of the Justice Department's criminal division. “The fact that we are hitting them on both sides is really what's important,” Blanco said.

    MS-13 is believed by federal prosecutors to have more than 10,000 members in the U.S., a mix of immigrants from Central America and U.S.-born members. The gang originated in Los Angeles in the 1980s then entrenched itself in Central America when its leaders were deported.

    Entire towns under gang control

     
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