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Q? WHATS UP WITH THE TITLE?

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Quotinf the spanish n*ggah rapping

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run they're own neighborhoods(sorta) bout far as it goes

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BuffaloCriss wrote:run they're own neighborhoods(sorta) bout far as it goes
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Post by Count Olaf » January 17th, 2017, 1:25 am

Q. wrote:Quotinf the spanish n*ggah rapping
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IF U MAKE THIS CALL............NOT ONLY U SAVE 20%...........BUT U GET A GREAT GIFT...........AN AUTOGRAPH PICTURE OF KING HOLLYWOOD WITH HIS PET LION ON HIS JAG AND......................A FREE COFFEE MUG THAT SAYS..........IS STILL ALKN .............AND IF U CALL RIGHT NOW...........U GET A FREE KEYCHAIN THAT SAYS IS STILL f*ck D.R............SO WHAT ARE U WAITIN FOR???MAKE THAT CALL

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Post by Count Olaf » January 17th, 2017, 1:26 am

Q. wrote:Quotinf the spanish n*ggah rapping
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IF U MAKE THIS CALL............NOT ONLY U SAVE 20%...........BUT U GET A GREAT GIFT...........AN AUTOGRAPH PICTURE OF KING HOLLYWOOD WITH HIS PET LION ON HIS JAG AND......................A FREE COFFEE MUG THAT SAYS..........IS STILL ALKN .............AND IF U CALL RIGHT NOW...........U GET A FREE KEYCHAIN THAT SAYS IS STILL f*ck D.R............SO WHAT ARE U WAITIN FOR???MAKE THAT CALL

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Post by Quiet-Q » February 25th, 2017, 6:57 pm

Chicago Gang Member Wanted Since 2013 Arrested In Puerto Rico
February 24, 2017 12:27 PM

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — A Chicago gang member who was on the run from authorities since 2013 has been captured in Puerto Rico.

Jason “Chapo” Arroyo, 33, was arrested Wednesday in San Juan by the FBI and U.S. Marshals Service, according to FBI spokesman Garrett Croon.

Arroyo was an outstanding fugitive from Operation Lion’s Pride in 2013, a joint Chicago Police and FBI investigation targeting latino gang members in Chicago, Croon said.

He was charged with conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance in a March 2013 indictment that was recently unsealed.

The High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area program assisted with the investigation, Croon said.


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Post by 1Million » February 25th, 2017, 7:23 pm

Count Olaf wrote:
Q. wrote:Quotinf the spanish n*ggah rapping
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Why don't Chicago gangs wear sh*t like this anymore?

They don't even bang their old gangs anymore, so they? I always hear their trash rappers talking about what sounds like blocks and clicks they named after record labels.
Am I enjoying some kind of delight or bath?

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Post by Count Olaf » February 26th, 2017, 12:37 am

1,000,000 wrote:
Count Olaf wrote:
Q. wrote:Quotinf the spanish n*ggah rapping
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Why don't Chicago gangs wear sh*t like this anymore?

They don't even bang their old gangs anymore, so they? I always hear their trash rappers talking about what sounds like blocks and clicks they named after record labels.
I got no idea but I know the Black Mobs and Latino Mobs had a couple of these sweaters I mean the best you can do is like now in days is wear them Gangsta Boogie T SHirts with the your Mob on it but some mobs do wear these sweaters if they can find one but they are old
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IF U MAKE THIS CALL............NOT ONLY U SAVE 20%...........BUT U GET A GREAT GIFT...........AN AUTOGRAPH PICTURE OF KING HOLLYWOOD WITH HIS PET LION ON HIS JAG AND......................A FREE COFFEE MUG THAT SAYS..........IS STILL ALKN .............AND IF U CALL RIGHT NOW...........U GET A FREE KEYCHAIN THAT SAYS IS STILL f*ck D.R............SO WHAT ARE U WAITIN FOR???MAKE THAT CALL

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1,000,000 wrote:
Count Olaf wrote:
Q. wrote:Quotinf the spanish n*ggah rapping
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Why don't Chicago gangs wear sh*t like this anymore?

They don't even bang their old gangs anymore, so they? I always hear their trash rappers talking about what sounds like blocks and clicks they named after record labels.
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they be posted up with some of the sweaters but they are rare as f*ck now in days like the Gaylords and Royals maybe like the only ones to rock that sh*t :2cents:
IF U MAKE THIS CALL............NOT ONLY U SAVE 20%...........BUT U GET A GREAT GIFT...........AN AUTOGRAPH PICTURE OF KING HOLLYWOOD WITH HIS PET LION ON HIS JAG AND......................A FREE COFFEE MUG THAT SAYS..........IS STILL ALKN .............AND IF U CALL RIGHT NOW...........U GET A FREE KEYCHAIN THAT SAYS IS STILL f*ck D.R............SO WHAT ARE U WAITIN FOR???MAKE THAT CALL

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Post by Quiet-Q » March 15th, 2017, 7:02 pm

"According to the FBI, Mexican drug cartels are working with 100,000 street gang members in Chicago alone."

Are Mexican drug cartels working with 100,000 street gang members in Chicago?

By Miriam Valverde on Tuesday, March 14th, 2017 at 12:12 p.m.



Echoing President Donald Trump’s views on criminal activity in the United States, the top executive with the National Rifle Association recently said crime is going up in many American cities and raised concerns about the role Mexican criminal organizations play.

"According to the FBI, drug gangs are expanding their networks all across the country. The FBI also says gang members are infiltrating law enforcement and even the military," Wayne LaPierre, NRA executive vice president, said Feb. 24 at the Conservative Political Action Conference.

He continued: "On the outside, gangs are committing more and more cross-border crimes. According to the FBI, Mexican drug cartels are working with 100,000 street gang members in Chicago alone. Think about that."

We were intrigued by LaPierre’s claim of Mexican drug cartels working with thousands of Chicago street gangs.

An FBI report does offer this number, citing a media interview with a Drug Enforcement Agency special agent. But experts are skeptical about linking cartels to an estimated 100,000 street gang members in the city.

National Gang Report

The NRA referred us to a 2013 National Gang Report produced by the FBI’s National Gang Intelligence Center. It was compiled using surveys from the National Alliance of Gang Investigators Associations and U.S. Customs and Border Protection, open source reports and anecdotal information from gang investigators.

The 2013 report affirmed that gangs in the United States have relationships with Mexican drug cartels and that they most commonly work with Los Zetas and the Sinaloa cartel.

Specifically about Chicago: Mexican transnational criminal organizations "partner with more than 100,000 documented street gang members in Chicago to advance their criminal activities," the report said.

That statistic cites a September 2012 article from the conservative website The Blaze.

The Blaze’s article centers on an interview with Jack Riley, then special agent in charge for the Chicago Field Division of the DEA. (The FBI referred our questions to the DEA.)

Riley told the website the Sinaloa cartel likely had the strongest presence in Chicago out of all Mexican drug cartels. The cartels have made Chicago one of their main hubs due to its location, large Mexican population and high street gang activity, Riley told The Blaze. They also played a role in the city’s violent crime, he said.

Regarding the 100,000 gang members figure, The Blaze reported:

"The drug cartels from Mexico have found willing business partners in more than 100,000 ‘documented’ street gang members in Chicago. The cartel operatives hide in plain sight, within the crowds of millions of hardworking Mexican citizens living in the city.

"It’s the perfect cover," Riley said.

That number came up again in a November 2012 interview with the Washington Post.

Attributing information to the DEA, the Washington Post reported that members of the Sinaloa cartel are selling record amounts of heroin and methamphetamine from Chicago’s Little Village neighborhood and that drugs then make their way to south and west Chicago in mostly African-American neighborhoods.

"Chicago, with 100,000 gang members to put the dope on the street, is a logistical winner for the Sinaloa cartel," Riley told the Washington Post.

Experts weigh in

John Hagedorn, a criminology professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago, raised questions about Mexican cartels partnering with 100,000 gang members in Chicago, as the 2013 report said.

"The cartels have organizations in Chicago that supply mainly Latino gangs largely through kinship connections. Black gangs here have largely shattered and are not major wholesalers in drugs," said Hagedorn, who has researched gangs for more than three decades. "The statement that the cartels 'partner' with 100,000 gang members is untrue, to be charitable."

DEA’s Riley has long linked the cartels to Chicago’s high rates of violence, Hagedorn said. While the cartels deal mainly with Latino gangs, the majority of homicide victims and offenders in Chicago are African-American, he said.

Fulton T. Armstrong, a research fellow at the Center for Latin American and Latino Studies at American University, also had doubts about linking Mexican cartels to 100,000 gang members -- almost 4 percent of Chicago’s estimated 2.7 million population, he noted.

"I find the 100,000 figure very hard to believe. Law enforcement routinely exaggerates both the threats we face and their performance dealing with them," said Armstrong, who formerly was a national intelligence officer for Latin America, chief of staff of the CIA’s crime and narcotics center and career CIA officer.

Armstrong said that when he also worked on the staff of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee, he repeatedly asked the DEA, the Office of National Drug Control Policy and other agencies for information on the flow of drugs within the country, but was told the data wasn’t available. His last unfulfilled request was in 2011, Armstrong said.

Cartels' continued presence in Chicago

The Sinaloa cartel exports and distributes wholesale amounts of methamphetamine, marijuana, cocaine, and heroin in the United States, James L. Jones, public information officer for the DEA’s Chicago field office told PolitiFact.

"It maintains the most expansive international footprint amongst Mexican cartels," Jones said.

It also remains the largest supplier of drugs to the Chicago area and uses street gangs for distribution, Jones said.

"Chicago is home to an estimated 100,000 active gang members that are heavily involved in drug trafficking, violent crime, and other criminal activity," Jones said. "These gangs operate as the primary mid-level and retail-level distributors of drugs in the city and are responsible for a significant portion of the city’s violent crime."

But it is not clear whether the 100,000 active gang members are all linked to Mexican cartels, which is what is suggested in LaPierre's original citation of the FBI. We asked the DEA for clarification on an estimate of how many or what percentage of the 100,000 are working with the cartels.

"That’s tough to quantify," Jones said. "However, we know that cartels are the source for the drugs that are being distributed by the street gangs in Chicago."

The 2013 gang report cited by the NRA is not the latest version of the report. The 2015 report no longer references the specific figure, but also notes that due to new survey methodology, the 2015 and 2013 reports do not compare.

The 2013 report also offers an overall cautionary note: "Due to inconclusive reporting and lack of confidence in estimates collected from the (National Gang Survey), the (National Gang Report) does not contain numbers or estimates of gang members in the United States." It recommends contacting local agencies for more information.

We reached out to the Chicago Police Department for the estimated number of street gang members in Chicago and how many of them are believed to be working with Mexican drug cartels. The department’s office of news affairs said it did not have a way to immediately provide a count.

(AP in January citing the Chicago Crime Commission reported that the city had more than 150,000 street gang members, but many are not active. In January 2012, the commission released a gang book estimating there were more than 68,000 gang members in the city.)

Our ruling

LaPierre said, "According to the FBI, Mexican drug cartels are working with 100,000 street gang members in Chicago alone."

LaPierre cites data in a 2013 national gang report produced by the FBI’s National Gang Intelligence Center. But it’s hard to gauge how solid that figure is, and experts question its veracity. The figure tracks back to a 2012 interview of a DEA special agent in The Blaze.

The DEA told PolitiFact there’s an estimated 100,000 gang members in Chicago heavily involved in drug trafficking. It’s hard to quantify exactly how many of them are working with cartels, though cartels are the source for the drugs distributed by street gangs in Chicago, the DEA said.

Independent experts, meanwhile, are skeptical about generalizing that all 100,000 street gang members — Latino and non-Latino — are collaborating with cartels, since the cartels mainly collaborate with Latino street gangs.

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Reputed gang member charged in shooting of 2 Chicago cops


A reputed gang member has been charged for his alleged role in the shooting of two plainclothes Chicago police officers earlier this week in the South Side's Back of the Yards neighborhood.

Angel Gomez, 18, was charged Saturday night with two counts each of attempted murder and aggravated battery with a firearm, police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said.


Sources familiar with the investigation said Gomez was the alleged driver of a Chrysler minivan that was involved in the Tuesday night shooting in the 4300 block of South Ashland Avenue.

The suspected shooter — a passenger in the minivan who investigators believe used a military-style semi-automatic rifle to shoot the two Deering District tactical officers — remains at large.


It's unclear whether the shooter knew that the unmarked, covert van carried officers or he thought they were rival gang members, police said.

A source said the suspects are reputed members of the La Raza street gang, one of four Hispanic gangs believed to be responsible for about three dozen shootings tied to semi-automatic rifles in Back of the Yards and the nearby Brighton Park neighborhood since early 2016.

The two tactical officers — one wounded in the arm and hip and the other in the back — were shot shortly after 9 p.m. Tuesday.

The officers returned fire, but they apparently didn't hit anyone, the department said. Their van was riddled with bullet holes, Guglielmi has said.

Both officers were released from Stroger Hospital the next day. One of them is the son of a high-ranking Chicago police official.

Police believe there was only one shooter who opened fire from the Chrysler minivan, according to a source familiar with the case. Police have been looking into whether the officers were followed just before the shooting.

The minivan was found by police Tuesday night after the shooting near 37th Street and Racine Avenue in the Bridgeport neighborhood, less than 2 miles away, and a rifle was recovered nearby, police have said.


Investigators have reviewed video from surveillance cameras at two businesses near the shooting scene to try to determine whether the shooting was recorded, employees said.

The officers were investigating a gang-related shooting that occurred earlier in the evening about 6:30 p.m. near 18th and Halsted streets in the Pilsen neighborhood, about 3 1/2 miles northeast of where the officers were shot, police said. In that earlier shooting, a 15-year-old boy was wounded in the left leg. Police said either that victim or people he was with at the time were affiliated with La Raza.

In February, the Tribune reported that gangs in Back of the Yards and Brighton Park were increasingly using rifles. Police said that was the only area of the city where rifles styled after AR-15s and AK-47s were regularly used, a menacing new development in the gang fights.

At the time, there had been more than 30 shootings believed to have been tied to semi-automatic rifles in the two neighborhoods over the previous nine months. At least 46 people were shot in those attacks, 13 fatally.

Police suspected the rifles were being passed around by members of four rival Hispanic gangs in the area — La Raza, the Almighty Saints, Satan Disciples and Gangster Two-Six.

Before Tuesday, the last time a Chicago police officer was shot was Nov. 27 in the West Garfield Park neighborhood on the West Side. That officer suffered a graze wound to the forehead while police exchanged gunfire with Richard Grimes. Officers fatally shot Grimes, 33, who police said had just shot his pregnant fiancee in the abdomen.

Gomez was arrested in Back of the Yards in January on misdemeanor gun and drug charges, authorities said. Information about the case's status in Cook County court wasn't immediately available Saturday night.

According to a police report in that incident, officers responded to a call of a male shooting at a car and running up to the second floor of a nearby residence near 48th and Throop streets.

When the officers arrived, they caught up with Gomez at his home and found three guns in his possession, two of them loaded, the report stated. One of the loaded guns had an extended magazine. The report stated that Gomez acknowledged to police he did not have a valid firearm owner's identification card.

The report also stated Gomez had marijuana in his possession and police found pellet guns at his home.

When Gomez was arrested, he told police that he had been carrying the guns for protection and "holding them for his friends," the report stated. He said this was all in light of the killing of one of his friends, who Gomez said was slain by members of the Almighty Saints, rivals of La Raza.
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