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Life and Death in the Back of The Yards..

Postby CalChi818 » July 31st, 2015, 1:46 am

Ismael Lopez lived and died in a small patch of Back of the Yards thick with homicide memorials and gang graffiti. That he was killed there was not surprising. In the past 3 1/2 years, more than 150 people have been shot in this area measuring a mile by a mile and a half, according to data compiled by the Tribune. Lopez, 24, was gunned down at the end of April just 30 feet from where someone first tried to kill him on Thanksgiving in 2010. He survived that shooting, but a 16-year-old boy, Jesus "Chuy" Monreal, was hit in the chest and died. Monreal's friends built a memorial of glass and stone in a parkway littered with cigarette butts and beer bottle caps. Dirt and grass encroached over the years, but the memorial was still there when Lopez fell, bleeding and dying, across the street. Lopez's killing was part of a gang conflict intense even by Chicago standards, one that has raged for decades along borders that rarely shift, according to interviews with police, residents and gang members. Teens torn apart by these blood feuds may have been close friends had they grown up on the same block instead of four blocks from one another. Colors, gang signs, shouted slogans can set off a beating, a car chase, a shooting. The anniversary of a gang member's death can prompt vengeful violence. Heavy late-1990s Suburbans and other giant SUVs are often used as weapons, called "rammers."

"So the battle's basically between this area and from 43rd all the way over here to 51st, this is the battleground," said Jorge Hernandez, a 21-year-old college student and a friend of Monreal. "Gangs always going at it, left and right. Not caring who's in the way. I remember on Halloween once they shot a lady on Seeley (Avenue). She was taking her kids trick-or-treating and they shot her in the head." The woman died on Halloween in 2007, and a member of the Latin Saints was convicted of murder three years later. The part of the neighborhood they claim is called Halo City.
The geography of this largely Hispanic community hems in five gangs from 43rd to 51st streets, between Racine and Western avenues, according to police and residents. Borders are marked by a viaduct for abandoned train tracks at 49th Street, working train lines between Western and Damen avenues and land once occupied by livestock yards. Inside, gangs whose territories are no larger than four square blocks perpetually fight each other.

The viaduct on 49th is covered by layers of white and gray primer to blot out layers of gang graffiti. Corner buildings share this blight, 6 or 7 feet up. Even colorful homages to peace and love and the fear of death or jail are vandalized with gang signs. "It's a warning, basically," Hernandez said. "When they tag on the neighborhood that is not theirs, it's a warning that they're gonna come back and they're gonna keep coming back till you're gone."

'Tony, I got shot, in the same place you got shot'

The Lopez family has lived around 49th Street and Winchester Avenue since early in the last decade, and some have joined gangs, according to Lopez's older brother Antonio. "We were born into it," said Antonio Lopez, 28, who said he turned Damenville Two-Six after he got to Tilden High School. "My family was involved with gangs before. We grew up around it. We knew that lifestyle. "But as time went on, you know, my family separated from all that," he said. "When they got out of the pen, they went out to have a better life. They knew that life wasn't for them, they left it alone. That's how we — we're following in their steps. Plus we started having families."

The elder Lopez now works shifts in a wood shop that end at 3 or 4 in the morning. His living room is decorated with plants on stands he built from scrap wood. He takes pride in the home he's made for his family. "I work and take care of my kids," he said. "I don't … nah, I don't have time for that no more." Antonio said it surprised him when his brother, four years younger, wanted to join the gang. Ismael was an energetic kid who loved to clown with his siblings or try to squeeze them for a dollar or two. He was goofy, laughed often and liked to roughhouse.

Antonio said he at first tried to keep Ismael out of the gang. "He'd hang around with some of them," Antonio said. "He knew the consequences of us, how we would discipline, whoop his butt. Once I left myself and started living my life, he stood there and I didn't pursue it. I didn't try to stop it." Not long after joining the gang, Ismael was walking down Winchester when someone shot him at the very spot where Antonio had been wounded years before, the elder Lopez said. Ismael was hit in the leg, but Monreal, who was close by, was shot in the chest. As he lay bleeding, Ismael called his older brother.

"The first person he called was me. 'Hey, Tony, I got shot, in the same place you got shot.' I was talking to him the whole time," Antonio said. "When he was in the ambulance, I was talking, telling him to wiggle his toes. He was scared he was going to (have his leg) amputated." Hernandez, who lived a couple of blocks east, ran from his home after hearing that his friend Monreal had been hit. "He just got shot and I couldn't accept it," Hernandez said. "I left my house crying and sobbing and angry at the same time. 'Cause you just don't know what to feel when they tell you something like that, that your friend just got shot, especially if he doesn't gangbang." Monreal's older brother was there, too, holding his brother as he bled from the chest wound, according to Hernandez, an account confirmed by the boys' mother.

"(Monreal) told him, he said, 'I've been shot.' When he said 'I've been shot,' his eyes rolled back and he fell back ... and there was a big hole in his chest," Hernandez recalled. The older brother was shot on the same block in 2013, his mother said. He survived.

'These guys got to him before he could get out'

More than four years later, Antonio Lopez said, his younger brother was beginning to pull out of the gang. He had racked up dozens of arrests as an adult and had served time, but he had taken custody of his children and had been applying for jobs, his brother said. Ismael had made a list when he was in jail: Get his GED, get a job at a tire company, pay medical bills from when he was shot in the leg, get his cases expunged. He worked side jobs installing decks in the suburbs with relatives and tutored a younger cousin.

"He was still in but at the same time he was out," Antonio Lopez said. "He was distancing himself from it. When he had his kids, he would stay more at home because my ma would say, 'I'm not watching your kids, I'm leaving.' He started to see the big picture. I guess these guys got to him before he could get out."

Around 2 p.m. on April 29, Lopez was again walking down Winchester when shots were fired from a red truck and he was hit twice, in the shoulder and the abdomen. Neighbors scooped up young kids nearby as Lopez staggered and fell to the sidewalk. Someone on the block tried CPR until paramedics arrived. They placed him on a stretcher and the ambulance sped north on Ashland Avenue. Firefighters rode in the back to help with CPR, and their fire engine tailed the ambulance.

Hedges Elementary School on the next block north hadn't yet dismissed its students, though it would soon. School workers stared down the street at hastily parked police cars and flashing blue lights. Red crime scene tape stretched across the entire intersection near the viaduct and sealed off part of a mural painted by Mothers for Peace. One of the scenes was titled "A Mother's Greatest Fear" and featured cuffed hands, the county jail and a graveyard.

A man with a shaved head and a bushy crop of hair at his neck glided up to the scene. He barked into his phone about getting to the hospital, and an officer turned him away. He disappeared east. He was known to police as an authority figure among the Damenville Two-Sixes. The Chicago Crime Commission considers him a leader, and police say he's a driver of neighborhood violence.

"That guy's an a------," an officer said as the man walked away. Lopez died later that day at Stroger Hospital on what would have been Monreal's 21st birthday.

'At any moment there can be a gang fight coming out anywhere'

An hour after Lopez was shot, parents walked their kids under the crime tape. Police let them through if they stayed close to the wrought-iron fences across the street. Ale Ortega stood next to the dusty memorial she had erected for her friend Monreal. The block was calm now. And the day was warm, one of the first of the year that felt closer to summer than winter. She struggled to find words as she looked across the memorial to the spot where Lopez died and finally to the mural that her mother had helped paint.

"It's weird because my friend passed away there," she said, switching her gaze from where Lopez fell to where Monreal died. "There's like a mosaic underneath there. I have to clean it up." Ortega, like Hernandez, is a 21-year-old college student studying to get out of the neighborhood. Monreal was among a number of friends shot to death over the years. She grew up next door to Monreal's family.

On the day Lopez was shot, the sound of gunfire and the approaching ambulance distracted her from a college essay she was working on. She walked down the block because she saw the commotion across from the memorial she had built. "I just feel like at any moment there can be a gang fight coming out anywhere or something can happen, you know?" Ortega said. "Once I was waiting on a bus stop on 47th and Damen, there was two cars chasing each other. One got on the sidewalk right where I was standing (for) the bus, waiting for the bus. After that I was like, I don't want to be on 47th."

About a month before Lopez was killed, someone came to the block looking for the gang leader who would later show up at the crime scene. It was just before midnight. Latin Saints from north of 47th Street had been calling him by name, telling him to stop hiding. They confronted a young man, asked for the leader and shot him when he didn't cooperate. He was taken to Mount Sinai Hospital with a hip wound.

"It's not worth living (here)," Hernandez said. "There's friendly people here and there's people that care but … there's also too much violence here that, it just doesn't want to make you stay here at all." Both Ortega and Hernandez lost a friend the day after their eighth-grade graduation. The friend, who had started gangbanging, was shot to death in 2008 days before his family was to move him 30 miles into the suburbs. Ortega was in the funeral procession when someone drove alongside a van a few cars ahead and fired, killing the driver. Police found the van torched back in the neighborhood. The 18-year-old man charged in the slaying was found not guilty. "You just get cold," Hernandez said. "Because you get so used to it, just seeing it constantly, going to a funeral every year. You feel no sympathy after a while."

'Units in 17, couple calls of shots fired'

Antonio said his younger brother had confided that he felt his time was short. He picked out the colors for his funeral (everyone wearing all white) and passages from the Bible. "It's just living the rough life and in that neighborhood, you know? He just felt that he, just felt he was going to die," Antonio said. "But he didn't anticipate when, but he felt it was soon." To avoid trouble, Antonio moved the wake to a funeral home in Albany Park, miles away from the warring neighborhood gangs.

"If I had it in the 'hood, I'd be more worried about the Razas or the Saints coming by, or even the SDs (Satan's Disciples)," Antonio said. "I was worried. But that's why I pushed the issue, let's get it out of here. "We could have had it at three locations. But the director of the funeral home, I know her. She was working with my family a lot to make sure everything went well. She helped us in any way possible." Gang members from the block where Ismael Lopez died traveled north for the wake. The gang leader from Winchester stood outside with a few other young men. Some smoked pot and drank in a parking lot across the street.

The gathering inside Benson Funeral Home was mostly family, though. Kids ran around as relatives described Ismael as a man with a big heart. Antonio moved through the crowd, lifting his arms to squeeze between groups in conversation. He greeted mourners with hugs and kisses and they responded with condolences. As the sun was setting, Antonio stepped out of the funeral home into a brisk evening. A marked squad car that had sat across Montrose Avenue on Sawyer Avenue, facing the funeral home, had left about 90 minutes earlier, according to police and neighbors.

Antonio said he saw a kid across the street pacing like he was nervous. Then the kid raised a pistol, covered his face and started shooting. "Wasn't pointing directly at anybody. One of the guys who got grazed, I was in front of him with my back turned to the street," Antonio said. "When they shot … people started screaming obscenities, 'Frank got shot, Tony got shot.' I went to make sure it wasn't my brothers. I grabbed my kids, make sure I calmed my kids down." As Antonio was checking on family, the neighborhood was calling in the gunfire and 17th District police were speeding toward the funeral home.

"Units in 17, couple calls of shots fired," a dispatcher said over the radio. "3200 Montrose. 3200 Montrose. Now we're getting a person shot. 3200, 3224 Montrose at the funeral home, gang-related, person shot, multiple calls." "Anyone got any offender information? We got 50 calls, but no one's seen nothin'." Anger spread as people were told the visitation was now over and nobody would be allowed back inside. Antonio rounded people up, told them they had to leave and helped calm the scene.

"Everybody was in the parking lot waiting to see if we could get back in. … I asked everybody, please leave, be respectful. I don't want nobody else getting hurt. They understood that so, they, everybody got in their vehicles and just left. Everybody left." Police said mourners had exchanged gang slogans with a gang from Albany Park and that someone from that gang opened fire, hitting two men from Back of the Yards. Antonio and other relatives disputed that.

The scene grew quiet. Detectives and an evidence technician arrived and sought witnesses, took pictures, shot video, collected shell casings. "It's the craziest scene," said an officer guarding the front of the funeral home. Inside, Lopez's body lay in a parlor empty except for a few cops coming and going. A cross hung above his coffin.

"That was his last — our last good bye to him," Antonio said. "I kept my end, I kept the guys under control. For somebody else to come ruin it for my family? That was really pissing me off."

Someone set a Bugs Bunny hat inside the casket

No mourners gathered at the funeral home the next morning. The procession to St. Pius V Church in Pilsen was canceled, as was the procession from St. Pius V to Queen of Heaven Cemetery in Hillside. Three marked police cars sat within a block of the funeral home, but no one was there. The funeral home's director guided the hearse through a wide left turn onto Montrose Avenue from Kedzie and headed east. There were no followers or anyone from the family to escort the body to the church. The director drove slowly, barely hitting the speed limit. Antonio Lopez straightened the ties of pallbearers wearing all white at the church. Someone set a Bugs Bunny hat inside the casket.

Antonio kissed his brother's forehead and walked away, wiping tears from the corners of his eyes. Someone shut the Ashland Avenue doors and the organ grew louder as the family wheeled Ismael's casket to the front of the church. Outside, two unmarked police SUVs sat on 19th Street, facing the church.

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Re: Life and Death in the Back of The Yards..

Postby TWENTY74 » July 31st, 2015, 9:28 pm

:lol: the saints a.k.a the midwest kkk :lmao: the aryan brotherhood of Chicago

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Postby DaSuperSavage » July 31st, 2015, 11:03 pm

Niggas sleep on the back of the yards :tiphat:

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Postby CryBabyAssNigga » August 1st, 2015, 11:02 am

TWENTY74 wrote::lol: the saints a.k.a the midwest kkk :lmao: the aryan brotherhood of Chicago

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Postby _brolic_ » August 1st, 2015, 3:32 pm

Is the Saints on some anti-Black shit? I just thought they was EBK and everyone hated them :shrug:

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Postby Greenghost2212 » August 1st, 2015, 9:10 pm

THEY DON'T BE ON NO RACIST SHIT

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Re: Life and Death in the Back of The Yards..

Postby Razz » August 3rd, 2015, 9:31 pm

_brolic_ wrote:Is the Saints on some anti-Black shit? I just thought they was EBK and everyone hated them :shrug:


na they even got a couple black saints....they fuck with mostly other latin mobs but they fuck with gd's too...damen two six, raza's and saints been murkin each other for the last 30 fuckin yrs and they're no end in sight....the saint's been givin these niggas the blues though... :shoot: it's a war zone in the BOTY...


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Postby Greenghost2212 » August 3rd, 2015, 9:42 pm

HELL YEAH BOTY BEEN SPICY LOL. ALL THEY ASS OUT AND THEY SO CLOSE SHIT BOUND TO POP OFF SHIT LOOK HOW CLOSE RAZAS IS TO MOETOWN AND THE ADA KINGS AND SAINTS

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Postby Razz » August 3rd, 2015, 10:31 pm

Yea it's crazy. ..Latin souls, sd's, mc's, stones, gd's, 26, razas, Saints all waiting to snap at any given time. ..

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Postby Greenghost2212 » August 4th, 2015, 8:08 am

BACK IN MY TIME IN THE BOTY I ONLY SAW GDZ MOES RASHES AND SAINTS.

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Postby Greenghost2212 » August 4th, 2015, 8:11 am

Razz wrote:Yea it's crazy. ..Latin souls, sd's, mc's, stones, gd's, 26, razas, Saints all waiting to snap at any given time. ..




FORGOT BOUT KINGS TOO :whaat:

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Postby Razz » August 4th, 2015, 12:57 pm

lordmellimelmbauvln wrote:
Razz wrote:Yea it's crazy. ..Latin souls, sd's, mc's, stones, gd's, 26, razas, Saints all waiting to snap at any given time. ..




FORGOT BOUT KINGS TOO :whaat:


yea them Adas...it a trip cause you don' t hear too much about them and razas going at it as much as you do saints vs razas...and them ada kings is alot closer to razas then saints....

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Postby chitowntdawg » August 4th, 2015, 4:37 pm

Ada king brothas stay treating them razaz though sumtimes even the moes get in on the action also....but ya saints vs raza war on anotha level though

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Postby PilseNights » August 4th, 2015, 4:58 pm

BOTY definitely has a reputation for a reason. Even a trip to swaporama can result in an ass whoopin.

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Re: Life and Death in the Back of The Yards..

Postby CalChi818 » August 5th, 2015, 2:05 am

lordmellimelmbauvln wrote:BACK IN MY TIME IN THE BOTY I ONLY SAW GDZ MOES RASHES AND SAINTS.


idk but the BOTY has always been wild...latin souls have been around for a while...they got pushed north by the brothers..they started on 55th and Halsted...then they were on 52nd st for a while...finally got pushed all the way to 49th and marshfield..they was mostly puerto ricans when they started on 55th and when they were on 52nd st...

then the party players too they couldn't handle the heat so they split...they're used to be 22nd boys on 51st St in the 80's..they were straight with the Souls and SD's of 51st and wood...damen 26 set up shop in the 80's on 46th and Winchester...they got they ass pushed west of Damen and south of 47th st...City Knights were around a few years but they're gone....before they were razas on 48th they used to be the 48thBoyz ...they were Folks and then just t urned razas...They're was Bishops around 51st back in they 80's too....

idk how long Ada Kings been around but they been around at least since the 80's....maybe chitowndawg knows...

shit even in the 60's 70's they used to be all kinds of white and other mexican and some puerto rican gangs...some of the older heads in the hood talk about gangs like burger king boys and unicorns and kool gang and shit....

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Postby CalChi818 » August 5th, 2015, 2:06 am

lordmellimelmbauvln wrote:BACK IN MY TIME IN THE BOTY I ONLY SAW GDZ MOES RASHES AND SAINTS.


idk but the BOTY has always been wild...latin souls have been around for a while...they got pushed north by the brothers..they started on 55th and Halsted...then they were on 52nd st for a while...finally got pushed all the way to 49th and marshfield..they was mostly puerto ricans when they started on 55th and when they were on 52nd st...

then the party players too they couldn't handle the heat so they split...they're used to be 22nd boys on 51st St in the 80's..they were straight with the Souls and SD's of 51st and wood...damen 26 set up shop in the 80's on 46th and Winchester...they got they ass pushed west of Damen and south of 47th st...City Knights were around a few years but they're gone....before they were razas on 48th they used to be the 48thBoyz ...they were Folks and then just t urned razas...They're was Bishops around 51st back in they 80's too....

idk how long Ada Kings been around but they been around at least since the 80's....maybe chitowndawg knows...

shit even in the 60's 70's they used to be all kinds of white and other mexican and some puerto rican gangs...some of the older heads in the hood talk about gangs like burger king boys and unicorns and kool gang and shit....

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Postby Greenghost2212 » August 5th, 2015, 5:17 am

AND LIL KNOWN FACT THE BLACK SOULS USED TO BE THERE ALSO WIT THE LATIN ONES THEY BOTH WAS AT WAR WIT MOES THATS PART REASON WHY MOETOWN SO BIG TO THIS DAY

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Postby Pookie.. » August 5th, 2015, 7:09 pm

SAINTS WILL BE ON SUM RACIST SHIT IF ITZ A GROUP OF ALL MEXICANZ N DEY CATCH A BLACK NIGGA LACKN BEST BELIEVE DEY DONT BE ON SUM MAYATE SHIT

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Re: Life and Death in the Back of The Yards..

Postby DaSuperSavage » August 5th, 2015, 7:37 pm

dont let the saints catch a nigga at a stoplight they gone try to snatch him out the car, trust me on that one i know from personal experience lol

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Re: Life and Death in the Back of The Yards..

Postby chitowntdawg » August 6th, 2015, 3:36 am

CalChi818 wrote:
lordmellimelmbauvln wrote:BACK IN MY TIME IN THE BOTY I ONLY SAW GDZ MOES RASHES AND SAINTS.


idk but the BOTY has always been wild...latin souls have been around for a while...they got pushed north by the brothers..they started on 55th and Halsted...then they were on 52nd st for a while...finally got pushed all the way to 49th and marshfield..they was mostly puerto ricans when they started on 55th and when they were on 52nd st...

then the party players too they couldn't handle the heat so they split...they're used to be 22nd boys on 51st St in the 80's..they were straight with the Souls and SD's of 51st and wood...damen 26 set up shop in the 80's on 46th and Winchester...they got they ass pushed west of Damen and south of 47th st...City Knights were around a few years but they're gone....before they were razas on 48th they used to be the 48thBoyz ...they were Folks and then just t urned razas...They're was Bishops around 51st back in they 80's too....

idk how long Ada Kings been around but they been around at least since the 80's....maybe chitowndawg knows...

shit even in the 60's 70's they used to be all kinds of white and other mexican and some puerto rican gangs...some of the older heads in the hood talk about gangs like burger king boys and unicorns and kool gang and shit....
thats the true history of boty :2cents: but to answer your question saint ada bros been there since the 80s .......im guessin your oldschool santo ?.....i used to be kool assfuk with sum Saints bak in the day ...im yalkin bout rankin saints

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Re: Life and Death in the Back of The Yards..

Postby Greenghost2212 » August 6th, 2015, 1:35 pm

CalChi818 wrote:
lordmellimelmbauvln wrote:BACK IN MY TIME IN THE BOTY I ONLY SAW GDZ MOES RASHES AND SAINTS.


idk but the BOTY has always been wild...latin souls have been around for a while...they got pushed north by the brothers..they started on 55th and Halsted...then they were on 52nd st for a while...finally got pushed all the way to 49th and marshfield..they was mostly puerto ricans when they started on 55th and when they were on 52nd st...

then the party players too they couldn't handle the heat so they split...they're used to be 22nd boys on 51st St in the 80's..they were straight with the Souls and SD's of 51st and wood...damen 26 set up shop in the 80's on 46th and Winchester...they got they ass pushed west of Damen and south of 47th st...City Knights were around a few years but they're gone....before they were razas on 48th they used to be the 48thBoyz ...they were Folks and then just t urned razas...They're was Bishops around 51st back in they 80's too....

idk how long Ada Kings been around but they been around at least since the 80's....maybe chitowndawg knows...

shit even in the 60's 70's they used to be all kinds of white and other mexican and some puerto rican gangs...some of the older heads in the hood talk about gangs like burger king boys and unicorns and kool gang and shit....



EVEN THOUGH I ALREADY KNOW SAINT CLEAR SOME SHIT UP FOR THE OT NIGGAS AND NIGGAS AINT FAMILIAR WIT THE BOTY YALL SAINTS AINT ON THAT RACIST SHIT FOR THE MOST PART IS YALL???

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Postby T Ochoa » August 6th, 2015, 3:47 pm

Pookie.. wrote:SAINTS WILL BE ON SUM RACIST SHIT IF ITZ A GROUP OF ALL MEXICANZ N DEY CATCH A BLACK NIGGA LACKN BEST BELIEVE DEY DONT BE ON SUM MAYATE SHIT


yo spic ass, just wanted to type mayate in a thread with blacks :lmao: , :lmao: a Midwest racist spic n cracker :lmao:


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Re: Life and Death in the Back of The Yards..

Postby CalChi818 » August 7th, 2015, 12:29 am

lordmellimelmbauvln wrote:
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lordmellimelmbauvln wrote:BACK IN MY TIME IN THE BOTY I ONLY SAW GDZ MOES RASHES AND SAINTS.


idk but the BOTY has always been wild...latin souls have been around for a while...they got pushed north by the brothers..they started on 55th and Halsted...then they were on 52nd st for a while...finally got pushed all the way to 49th and marshfield..they was mostly puerto ricans when they started on 55th and when they were on 52nd st...

then the party players too they couldn't handle the heat so they split...they're used to be 22nd boys on 51st St in the 80's..they were straight with the Souls and SD's of 51st and wood...damen 26 set up shop in the 80's on 46th and Winchester...they got they ass pushed west of Damen and south of 47th st...City Knights were around a few years but they're gone....before they were razas on 48th they used to be the 48thBoyz ...they were Folks and then just t urned razas...They're was Bishops around 51st back in they 80's too....

idk how long Ada Kings been around but they been around at least since the 80's....maybe chitowndawg knows...

shit even in the 60's 70's they used to be all kinds of white and other mexican and some puerto rican gangs...some of the older heads in the hood talk about gangs like burger king boys and unicorns and kool gang and shit....



EVEN THOUGH I ALREADY KNOW SAINT CLEAR SOME SHIT UP FOR THE OT NIGGAS AND NIGGAS AINT FAMILIAR WIT THE BOTY YALL SAINTS AINT ON THAT RACIST SHIT FOR THE MOST PART IS YALL???


Na it's no racist shit involved. ..there black people walking around all day on 47th st and no one ever fucks with them...there's even some black saints. ......for all these outtta towners...there's blacks in pretty much every latin mob...shit I even saw a black Raza before. ...saints fuck with mostly other latin mobs...it's the main opps....

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Re: Life and Death in the Back of The Yards..

Postby CalChi818 » August 7th, 2015, 12:36 am

chitowntdawg wrote:
CalChi818 wrote:
lordmellimelmbauvln wrote:BACK IN MY TIME IN THE BOTY I ONLY SAW GDZ MOES RASHES AND SAINTS.


idk but the BOTY has always been wild...latin souls have been around for a while...they got pushed north by the brothers..they started on 55th and Halsted...then they were on 52nd st for a while...finally got pushed all the way to 49th and marshfield..they was mostly puerto ricans when they started on 55th and when they were on 52nd st...

then the party players too they couldn't handle the heat so they split...they're used to be 22nd boys on 51st St in the 80's..they were straight with the Souls and SD's of 51st and wood...damen 26 set up shop in the 80's on 46th and Winchester...they got they ass pushed west of Damen and south of 47th st...City Knights were around a few years but they're gone....before they were razas on 48th they used to be the 48thBoyz ...they were Folks and then just t urned razas...They're was Bishops around 51st back in they 80's too....

idk how long Ada Kings been around but they been around at least since the 80's....maybe chitowndawg knows...

shit even in the 60's 70's they used to be all kinds of white and other mexican and some puerto rican gangs...some of the older heads in the hood talk about gangs like burger king boys and unicorns and kool gang and shit....
thats the true history of boty :2cents: but to answer your question saint ada bros been there since the 80s .......im guessin your oldschool santo ?.....i used to be kool assfuk with sum Saints bak in the day ...im yalkin bout rankin saints


Yea I'm 28 but I know alot of the history, yea kiings use to come around back in the day but you know how it goes...

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Re: Life and Death in the Back of The Yards..

Postby Pookie.. » February 20th, 2016, 1:50 pm

T Ochoa wrote:
Pookie.. wrote:SAINTS WILL BE ON SUM RACIST SHIT IF ITZ A GROUP OF ALL MEXICANZ N DEY CATCH A BLACK NIGGA LACKN BEST BELIEVE DEY DONT BE ON SUM MAYATE SHIT


yo spic ass, just wanted to type mayate in a thread with blacks :lmao: , :lmao: a Midwest racist spic n cracker :lmao:



BOTY BUNCH OF HISPANIC GANGS :facepalm: WELL DEY DA ONLY ONES MAKIN NOISE RAZAS N SAINTS N 26 AINT NOBODY ELSE ON SHIT IN DAT AREA

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