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Friday, November 20, 2009

Crips, Blood, and "crack"

The 1980's

Introduction Crack or "Rock" of cocaine in the 1980s, has a monumental impact of changing the soul of the Crips gang, blood. Blood Crips against the war continues, but the temptation to sell with quick money "gap" has become the priority. Members of the Crips and Blood gangs, began selling "cracked".

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They use the same "sell" their methods are always used when they sell PCP. Basically selling "gap" of street corners, parks, vehicles, etc. While the "crack" was taken, gang members have been overwhelmed by demand. PCP was simply a "ghetto" drug, but the "crack" is different. Gang members have difficulty "rocking" is fast enough to keep up with demand. "Crack" of 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 a manufacturer of instant money to these gangs.

The band members tried to develop various methods of distributing "crack" to reflect the high volume "clients", without actually doing in the local "street corner" risk arrest themselves. Consequently, a new phenomenon emerged in the South Central Region. "Crack House.

"Homes Crack houses have been modified to meet the needs of drug traffickers, in addition to being a place that is easily accessible and convenient for buyers of drugs. The windows and doors of houses are reinforced with bars of Security Steel. Front door security screen is usually closed with a stainless steel wire mesh with small holes, and the type of a mail slot. This allows drug traffickers to the house to see who came to the door of entry. This also prevents buyers from people who actually identify those who sell drugs. The money and the crack will be exchanged through the slot "mail". Note: the drug suppliers (Chief gang) would never go in the house for fear of being arrested.

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

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

Entry techniques for applying law developed by trial and error method. Once the registration form can imagine considered, and is sometimes used. The type of rubber-wheeled tanks of vehicles spent pot lining around the house for vehicles with safety bar wenches off slightly. Of course, all these methods also need time to prepare and distribute. Consequently, they are inherently inefficient, except for some of destroying the houses are usually rented.

Once the gang members see the police put up one of these types of guarantee operations in their environment, warning whistles could be heard throughout the region. The 'crack' and retailers are usually disappeared when the transaction is established and implemented. Over time the techniques developed came quietly enough, and very effective. Several small teams can enter the Fort "crack house in less than 30 seconds.

Initially, the leaders of drug gangs provide homes with a "Crack" to last a day or more. If law enforcement has begun to make their entry will begin flushing the stone in the toilet. Gang problem facing is that they generally can only flush once when the water is usually turned off by the police. A number of "rock" the house of bottled water in the extra hand should this situation occur, but it is very convenient.

As law enforcement becomes more effective in their technical input, gang members are available to reduce the supply "gap" for only a few hours to minimize potential losses. They also found a way to do without "cracked". They will save a large pot of boiling water on the fire. If law enforcement comes, they will destroy the "cracked" by entering into boiling water.

In mid 1980, "Crack house phenomenon began to disappear. Paging became the latest rage for drug traffickers. The pager new method opens the possibility to distribute crack cocaine. Almost all gang members have their own pager.

Other important changes began to occur during this period. The distribution of drugs "zone", in collaboration with Crip gangs and the culture of blood, began to spread throughout the city. Both Crips and Blood began competing for some of these new "virgin" territory. This has led to violence between gangs, reaching its climax. Daily shooting is the norm. Finally, blood and drug Crip leaders find common bonds 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 goes in this environment more rapidly than the gang members could spend. The gang members buy everything from horse racing thoroughbreds, pig won a prize, the jewelery, custom low rider, etc. Money is not a problem.

Some of these gangs are the following:

Mob Piru "Mob James", "STATE", Johnson, et. al

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

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

The day Wayne, aka "Honcho" has also bought its own paging service. Various Crip and Blood gangs used their service. Very probably not aware of the services Blood Gangs pager ownership of their rivals "Honcho".

Ringleaders, such as "Honcho", "Harry O", McGill, McGowan, Johnson, et. al, has a bigger dream. They could see the potential windfall they would reap if they are able to distribute cocaine rock across the nation. They follow up on those dreams. They started to use this unfortunate nation wide venture with distribution of drugs moving "boy" house in major cities across America. They also know that fear the reputation of the Los Angeles gang to come help the opposition of the local environment.

Although gang members as "Honcho" fulfill 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 achieve those dreams.

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

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