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Saturday, September 12, 2009

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Crips, Blood, and "Crack"


Introduction Crack or "Rock" Cocaine in the early 1980s, has a monumental impact of changing the soul of the Crip and Blood street gangs. Blood Crips versus the war continues, but the lure to make quick money selling "gap" became the highest priority. Members of the Crips and Blood gangs, began selling "cracked".

They use the same "sell" their methods are always used when they sell PCP. Basically selling "gap" from street corners, parks, from vehicles, etc. As the "Crack" was caught, the gang members were overwhelmed by the demand. PCP was basically just a "ghetto" drug, but the "Crack" is different. Gang members have difficulty "rocking" is fast enough to follow the demand. "Crack" across all races, economic and social barriers. Not only interesting in the "ghetto", but it was the same, if not more interesting, for those who live in the suburbs. This drug is an instant money maker these street gangs.

Members of the gang tried to design various methods of distribution of "Crack" to accommodate the high volume "customers", without actually standing in the local "street corner" risk arrest themselves. As a result, a new phenomenon emerged in the South Central region. "Crack" House.

"Crack" homes houses that have been modified to meet the needs of drug dealers, plus be a place that will be easily accessible and convenient for drug buyers. Windows and doors of houses are all re-enforced with steel security bars. Front security screen door is usually closed with a metal mesh sheet with small holes, and the type of a mail slot. This enables drug dealers in the house to see who came to the front door. This also prevents buyers from people who actually identify those who sell drugs. Money and "Crack" will be exchanged through the "mail slot". Note: drug suppliers (gang leader) himself would never go into the houses for fear of being arrested.

Generally some gang members will always be in these houses. Their belief is that some additional gang members will provide greater protection for their operations, plus if the house had been raided by the police drug can be destroyed more easily and more quickly. In addition, extra weight makes it more difficult for police to identify individuals who actually distributed the drug through the door. This also will make any potential prosecution of a little more difficult.

Operating a "crack" house is a new learning experience for both the gang and law enforcement. For law enforcement, the main problem is to enter the house immediately, before the drug was destroyed. For gang members, it's all about reducing the amount of cocaine that they would lose if their homes were attacked.

Entry of law enforcement techniques developed through trial and error method. Once the entry form can imagine considered, and is sometimes used. Of the type of rubber-wheeled vehicle tanks ramming through the houses for vehicles with safety bar wenches off only slightly. Of course, all these early methods need time to prepare and distribute. As a result they are basically ineffective, except for some of destroying the houses are usually rented.

Once the gang members see the law enforcement set up one of these types of guarantee operations in their environment, warning whistles could be heard throughout the region. The "Crack", and the traders are usually gone by the time this operation is established and implemented. Over time the techniques developed entry quietly enough, and very effective. Several small teams can enter the fort "crack" house in less than 30 seconds.

Initially the drug gang leaders will provide homes with a "Crack" to last a day or more. If the law enforcement began to make their entry will begin flushing the stone into the toilet. Gang problem faced is that they usually can only flush one time, when the water is usually cut by law enforcement. A number of "rock" the house hold extra water bottles in hand should this situation occur, but it is very practical.

As law enforcement becomes more effective in their entry techniques, gang members are available to reduce the supply "gap" for only a few hours to minimize potential losses. They also found a better way away "cracked". They will save a large pot of boiling water on the stove. If law enforcement comes, they will destroy the "cracked" by entering into boiling water.

In the mid-1980s the "Crack" house phenomenon began to disappear. Paging became the latest rage for drug dealers. The pager opens new method and the possibility to distribute "crack" cocaine. Almost every member of the gang have their own pager.

Other significant changes began to occur during this period. Distribution of drugs "area", together with Crip and Blood gangs culture, began to spread throughout the city. Both Crips and Blood began vying for some of this new "virgin" territory. This led to violence between gangs to reach fever pitch. Daily shooting is the norm. Finally, Blood and Crip drug leaders find common bonds that they could all agree. "Money".

Some gangs are there in the front line "Crack" distribution look more visible, more powerful, and more dangerous. The money that went into this environment more quickly than the gang members could spend it. Gang members to buy everything from thoroughbred race horse, pig won a prize, jewelry, custom low rider, etc. Money is no problem.

Some of these gangs are:

Mob Piru "Mob James", "State Al", Johnson, et. al

Grape Street Crips "Honcho", "McGill", et. al

Santana Block & S / S Crips "Whiskey", "Gangster", "Turtle", "Twins", et. al

Day wayne, aka "Honcho" has also bought his own pager service. Various Crip and Blood gangs used his service. Most likely not aware of Blood Gangs pager services owned by their rival "Honcho".

Gang leaders, such as "Honcho", "Harry O", McGill, McGowans, Johnson, et. al, has a larger dream. They could see the potential financial windfall that they would reap if they are able to distribute rock cocaine throughout the nation. They follow up on those dreams. They started to use this unfortunate nation wide drug distribution venture with moving "house boy" in big cities across America. They also know who feared the reputation of the Los Angeles gang to come help them on local environmental opposition.

While gang members like "Honcho" are fulfilling their dreams of a nation wide "crack" the distribution ring other gang members, such as "Easy E", etc., which has a pocket full of drug money, want to be a super singing stars. The medicine they use the money to rent studio time to pursue those dreams.

A number of other groups such as "Eight Ball", "NWA", etc. are also trying to break into the entertainment field. "NWA" (niggars with attitude) is a gangster Crip from Compton. "NWA" is one of the first group of rather successful with the "anti-establishment" gangster lyrics. They are also a successful pioneer Compton (Mob Piru, Atlantic Drive Crips, etc.) gangster rapper who appeared on the scene in the 90's.

A nation wide "crack" the distribution ring, the spread of Crip and Blood gangs have in all big cities in America, and gangster rap is the legacy left by the "gap" in dealing OG's of the 1980's.

[Source: LASD Gangs - Curtis Jackson]


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