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Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Crip Gang Codes Symbols Knowledge

Crip Gang Codes Symbols Knowledge
Knowledge of various absolute gang symbols should be known by every member of the Crips, by knowing the code or symbol is the communication between gang members more smoothly and facilitate in the operation of work to be performed.

Monday, December 27, 2010

PIRU STREET

PIRU STREET
Piru - a street in Compton, and also the neighborhood gang, which merged with the Bounty Hunters, Brims, and Piru Crips, and other various small neighborhood gangs to form the loosely affiliated gang (to counteract the overpowering Crips) which is now known as the Bloods

Saturday, December 25, 2010

Police Target MOB-PIRU Bloods in Compton, California.

MOB-PIRU Bloods

MOB-PIRU BLOODS is the target of searches by police in Compton, California, because this blood group have been very unsettling and disturbing the surrounding community.

With the arrests made by police, the citizens of surrounding communities become more calm in doing everyday activities.

Friday, December 10, 2010

Crip Signs

Crip Signs
Crip Signs2
Crips indeed a sign of the group has its own characteristics, in all the images you have always shown with a dark blue color which is the favorite color of these crip gangs.

Friday, December 3, 2010

Five Key Points In Self Blood Gang

Five Key Points In Self Blood Gang

"The street gangs have rated a lot of blood, and five points, five principles that include all five-pointed star point of each point. Or principle, which stands for love, peace, truth, freedom and justice. These principles are what blood right to life but they are just one of many bands that use the same five points, name five-star symbol of the Nation People Folk Nation .. not a gang of itself, but the banner under which to form alliances Several other Gang Gang Another reason is the Netas, Vice Lords and Latin Kings gang .. who among men nation all the five-pointed star, with many members of the band tattoos on her body. This is also part of their gang slang with each other. If welcomed everyone Another can say one of the band members: ""? What's Poppin Homie "the answer" "That's five." "five points in this scenario on the five-shot" Poppin '"five points are essentially similar to other bonds for persons nation. with the exception of the King of Latin, the exchange of a few of these with other principles, such as sacrifice and honor. "

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Blood Gang Alphabet

Blood Gang Alphabet
"Blood gang alphabet is often used as a code or secret language to have to send information from another gang member gang members such a family name. It has set up in areas in which to live gang members, and have also seen most often used in the environment, the prison of this kind of code was used to take your data, the personal is the transfer of gang leaders to "demand" or kill other gang members or even prosecution Blood gang .. of course not only bonds that are of such form of communication, there is only one of the better know the bands due to the size and age.

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Blood Gang Pictures 2010












Blood Gang Pictures 2010. Via : Blood Piru Knowledge

Monday, November 29, 2010

50 Years In Prison For Members of The Bounty Hunter Blood Gang

Bounty Hunter Blood Gang
Norfolk, VA Spaight-Jamel, 28, from Portsmouth, Virginia, was sentenced today in federal court in Norfolk to 50 years in prison for his role as leader of a violent response, which in the Tidewater.

Neil H. MacBride, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia, made the announcement today after sentencing by United States District Judge Jerome B. Friedman.

"A Guide to the Tidewater gang violence now most of his life behind bars is," said lawyer MacBride. "The band was neighborhood infiltrated with drugs and kept them in fear through killings and intimidation of force. We will continue to work with local partners and federal law enforcement officers to gang members to go out of our street and make our citizens safer their families and communities."

Spaight is one of the two leaders of the Bounty Hunter Blood / Tech Nine Gangsters street gang, in various parts of the city of Portsmouth, Suffolk and Chesapeake, Virginia. In May 2010 Spaight entered a guilty plea to a (RICO) count Influenced Corrupt Organization extortion and one count of possession of firearms during crimes of violence. RICO count is comprised of various acts of extortion, Spaight to participate as a member of the gang. Acts include conspiracy to murder, attempted murder and conspiracy to pledge to distribute controlled substances. Spaight was counting to 40 years for the RICO and sentenced 10 years for the number of weapons.

According to court records to 16 October 2006 Spaight and two others drove to the area of Portsmouth Craddock looking for someone who was a witness in the murder of Darius Powell. Powell was murdered by a gang because they suspected that he had participated in the robbery gang member in the dice game in the area of Craddock Portsmouth, Virginia. Witnesses of Spaight located and chased her in their vehicle. Spaight are fired with 9mm pistols armed but missed the witness. During the chase, the vehicle Spaight fall "into place and they fled from the scene. In the rush to escape, leaving his weapon Spaight, which was found by police Portsmouth.

The case was investigated by the FBI, Portsmouth and Suffolk Police Department and Virginia State Police. Assistant United States Attorney William Muhr and Melissa O'Boyle is investigating the case on behalf of the United States.

A copy of this press release may be found on the website of the Office of the United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia in http://www.usdoj.gov/usao/vae. Related court documents and information may be found http://www.vaed.uscourts.gov on the website of the District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia in or http://pacer.uspci.uscourts.gov.

Monday, November 22, 2010

Blood Gang Formation

Blood Gang Formation
The meeting discussed that groups such as intimidation Crips fight, fight together with the creation of a new alliance on the Crips. At that time, the color of the clothes was not important, but since the Crips wear blue bandanas known, turquoise and other groups decided that wearing a blue scarf. They decided to wear the opposite color, red, and created a united organization, later known as the blood. The turquoise, margins, Athens Park Boys, and Pueblos decided to unite with blood, and soon were joined by other bands, which are threatened or attacked by Crips Blood.

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Cooperation Among Blood Gang

Cooperation Among Blood Gang
Although recognizing the majority of the blood-bands with the color red, the members do not always wear gang identifiers when engaging in criminal activity. On the West Coast members are more likely to use a bandana for identification, while some Blood sets on the East Coast will use a colored bead necklaces. Although Blood gangs the same name, there is no formal leadership structure that controls all Blood gangs. A Blood gang member Springville Utah may very active in the gangster lifestyle, but have no connection to the Blood gang in the West or East Coast. Blood will match the other groups involved in criminal activities, including their rivals, Crips, although most alliances quickly fade. The Blood known to be involved in all forms of criminal activities, but most known for drug sales.

Thursday, November 18, 2010

History of The Formation of United Blood Nation

United Blood NationIn 1993, a group known on the East Coast, a band such as the United Blood Nation. Born in New York's Riker's prison, Iceland, African American inmates created a group as a way to by the Latin Kings, to protect the most often in the prison at the time. Although the United Blood Nation (UBN) was born in prison, as a member who was released to the streets, they formed street gangs on the east coast with the same name, while copies of Los Angeles Blood lifestyle.

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Duplicate Blood Gang

Duplicate Blood Gang
It was during the late 1980s that the blood has become a household name. Color film, staring Sean Penn and Robert Duvall was released which focused on the gang problem in Los Angeles. It was rumored that some movie theaters actually promoted the movie by offering a bandana participants movie. This is after the movie that many young people who do nothing with Los Angeles based band started their own groups of blood. Although many of these groups is nothing more than imitating childish group dress and slang they saw in the movie, some soon involved in violent activity and drug sales committed similar gang activity by original Blood gang members in California.

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Blood Gang Drug Trafficking

Blood Gang Drug Trafficking
Violence exploded in 1984 between the two groups - between 1982nd It was during this time crack hit Los Angeles. Cracked or more of a rock of cocaine is cheaper and more addictive than the powder form of drugs. Transition region are becoming increasingly important, because a lot of blood and Crip sets fought over drug sales locations. Some members moved blood in several major cities around the west coast to expand their drug use. To minimize attention from law enforcement authorities, leaving many blood gang members who apparently gang membership IDs, so that they can continue illegal activity with little fear of fear.

Friday, November 12, 2010

Palin Famous Blood Gang

Palin Famous Blood Gang
As the Crips grew in South Central Los Angeles years ago in the late 1970's, they start targeting other gangs. It was during some conflicts Julian Mann joined the gang fight the threat of growing Crip. Geng Kesawan fence is a famous group husband Piru Street Boys. They lead the revolt against the Crips and Blood gangs play Kesawan create years in 1972. In the next 10 years, blood and fragments continue to grow through the operation. New Products Crips Blood conflict further and find them very Assets Lose Yourself.

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Compton Piru Bloods

Compton Piru BloodsThe Piru Street Boys Turquoise or was Los Angeles, California area Allianz street gangs (the larger alliances, blood) is based in Compton, that spread Carson, Inglewood and Watts.

The name "Piru" comes from the town of Piru Street in Compton. This band was originally founded around 1969 and known as the Piru Street Boys. In the 1970s, with the threat of the Crips Gang, the much larger, under the chairmanship of the meeting small turquoise with some other groups.

This meeting eventually led to the formation of blood.
[1] There are 14 species of Piru in Compton, Inglewood 2 in, 5 in Carson, 1 in Los Angeles, 1 Watt, 1 in the Willowbrook and 1 in San Diego. There are also many more in other countries that are either not set or false
[2] Piru in the current period are known. Only an alliance within the alliance. Alliance in the Alliance Piru Blood, where the alliance was Piru street gangs provided a smaller quantity. But the few times Piru's have the part with the name of the blood and see themselves as a band of individuals and even in conflict with the blood.

Sunday, November 7, 2010

Books of Blood Knowledge

Books of Blood Knowledge
Contrary to popular belief, do not represent the actual Blood Nation, the star of 5 points and not part of the National People's Alliance. Confusion of the blood of the people who started the 5-star point Nations on the Internet with a stranger variety of fiction "Books of Blood Knowledge," the mixing of history and the history of The Blood of the Nation, symbols and literature, lit ( ) sets together. It's fiction "book knowledge" to spread rapidly throughout the Internet and finally on the road with a would-be friends the books seriously and that is misleading. But the sticky blood that used the term "5 popping," "We have a 5" and substituting the letter "S" with "5", but when a blood was only with the number 5 symbolizes the number of letters in word blood as if a Blood is called the "5" he in fact only grouping themselves as "blood". This uses the number 5 can also cause confusion corresponds to the blood of the people a 5 star from the wrong point of this nation and the blood. Number 5 was heavily blood in the south, the east coast and affected some parts of the Midwest. This widespread Seduction of Blood were conducted in a large range recently by the blood of the west coast to all the blood all over the country so that they know does not represent the blood of the nation, the people in Chicago and do not represent the 5-point star shape . This range has a large influence on the blood in the use of all of South, East and Midwest, which were all more connected with the people of the nation and the star number 5 and all of them firmly back to its roots sank made.

Saturday, November 6, 2010

Blood Gang Story In 1972

Blood Gang Story
Blood Gang Story In 1972

During the summer of 1972 the Crips and the Pirus had a conflict and warfare ensued. The Pirus, like other northern gangs, were outnumbered and the Crips prevailed. The Pirus wanted to terminate peaceful relations with the Crips, so they turned to the Lueders Park Hustlers for assistance. The Lueders Park Hustlers agreed and a meeting was called on Piru Street. The Pirus also invited every gang targeted by Crips sets to join the meeting. The Crips had murdered an L.A.Brim member earlier that year, so the Brims attended the meeting, as well. Others that attended were the Denver Lanes and the Bishops.

Friday, November 5, 2010

Join The Blood Gang

Join The Blood Gang
In late 1971 the Avalon Garden Crips and the Inglewood has arrived with a different set and began to engage in warfare with oposing sets. They began to non-Crip gang area is full of bands like The LA to develop controls a powerful street gang, beginning in 1969 in West Side. The Crips targeted because they were not Crips Gang, which sets them a prime target for the Crips to attack power. Several gangs eventually became part of Blood family, including the Bishops and Athens Park boys. The Denver Lanes also in contrast to the Crips, but were outnumbered and eventually became known in California for some time. The Piru Street Boys, who presented a powerful force in Compton, in fact, together with the Crips prior to 1972, when the Crips had affected the environment Piru. For a short time Turquoise, known as Piru Street Crips, and they also wore the traditional blue cloth (bandana) and blue Chucks (sneakers) as part of their clothing.

Saturday, October 30, 2010

Pueblo Bishop Bloods 2010

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The Pueblo Bishops Gang is a Bloods gang located in South East Los Angeles within the LAPD's Newton Division and is headquartered in the Pueblo Del Rio housing project but claim much of the surrounding area as their turf as well. Their territory lies between Slauson Avenue in the South to 50th Street in the North and between Alameda Street in the East and Compton Avenue in the West. The East Side (E/S) 52 Pueblo Bishops are their main click, indicating that this gang controls E 52 street and that the territory they control is within the Pueblo Del Rio housing project. Although the Pueblo Bishops are Bloods, they rival the Blood Stone Villians and have been considered mortal enemies since a Pueblo gang member killed a Bloodstone Villains gang member execution-style over a bad narcotics transaction in 1998. The E/S PBB are also rivals of the Avalon Gangster Crips (although they currently have an unofficial truce with the Pueblo Bishops), 48 Gangster Crips, E/S 42 Gangster Crips, E/S 43 Gangster Crips and the 6 Pacc East Coast Crips. Police estimate The Pueblo Bishop gang had 200 members and its primary activities included drug sales, robberies and shootings.

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Hacienda Village Bloods 2010

Hacienda Village Bloods
The East Side Hacienda Village Bloods are an African American street gang in the eastern section of Watts in South Central, California. This gang was founded in the 1970's in a public housing in Watts called Gonzaque Village (formerly known as Hacienda Village) located on 1515 East 105th Street. Their enemies include the Grape Street Watts Crips, Watts Mafia Crips, Bacc Street Watts Crips, Front Street Watts Crips, Fudge Town Mafia Crips, PJ Watts Crips, all Avalon Gangster Crips and Q102 East Coast Crips to name a few. Their territory is located between 103 Street in the north to 107 street to the south and Compton Blvd in the east. The western section of their turf is bordered by the Circle City Piru and to the south of the ESHVB are the Bounty Hunters, who both are considered allies.

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Family Swan Bloods 2010

Family Swan Bloods
The Family Swan Bloods, also known as the Neighborhood Family Swans, is an umbrella gang made up of a number of different neighbourhoods on the east side of South Central, Los Angeles, California. There are two seperate Blood gangs that have linked up to create Family Swan Bloods: the Mad Swan Blood, who are located from 77th Street North to 84th Street South and the Neighbourhood Family Bloods, who are from 89th Street North to 92nd Street South (aka the 89/92 Families). Their territory stretches from 77th Street to 92nd, but there are a few Latino gangs that coexist within their turf; the biggest of which being the Florencia 13, who haven't followed the trend of claiming "Blood Killer" like 18th Street gang and coexist quite well. The Family Swan Bloods are enemies to all Crip sets including the Avalon Gangster Crips, Main Street Crips and factions of the East Coast Crips. The Swans rapidly moved across many States and Cities in America, in particular the mid-west and east coast (The Swans have been active in the east coast since the late 80's). O.G. Puppet Loko and Lanky Blood from 79th Street started the first Mad Swan Blood sub set S.E.A. in Southeast Aurora. From there, Puppet Loko went from down south to New York and recruited members. There was also members like Madd Rabbit and Baby Mouse who started a subset in Arizona and K-Glock who started a subset in Texas. Most Family Swan Bloods subset outside of Los Angeles originated from these five members. In 2008 the F.S.B. in Los Angeles and the F.S.B. subsets outside of Los Angeles united under the Family Swan Nation 779, 804 and 892.

Sunday, October 24, 2010

Blood Stone Villains 2010


The Blood Stone Villains are located in Los Angeles and is actually a combination of two separate cliques: The 52nd Street Bloodstone Villains and the 56th Street Bloodstone Villains Gang. Collectively they are known as the Blood Stone Villains or BSV. Their allies include the Blood Stone Pirus, the Bounty Hunters, the Denver Lane Bloods, Campenella Park Pirus, Cedar Block Piru, Center Park Blood, Center View Piru and the Centinela Park Family. They are enemies of all Crip sets, most notably the Avalon Gangster Crips, and all Hoover Criminals. Their only known Blood rivalry is with the Pueblo Bishops Gang and have been so since a Pueblo gang member killed a Blood Stone Villains gang member execution-style over a bad narcotics transaction in 1998.

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

The Bloods

The Bloods Started in Los Angeles as a street gang in the 1960s, spread to Texas prisons in the 1980s. Besides serving the broader purpose of neighborhood protection, the Bloods street gang originally arose as an opposing force to their rivals the Crips, who had been allying with various other gangs in the 1970s and becoming more powerful. As a result, the Piru gang allied with the Denver Lanes, the LA Brims and the Lueeders Park Hustlers to become the Bloods in 1972. "Bloods" was a term that African-American fighting men called each other in the Vietnam War. The Pirus later changed their name to Bloods.

The East Coast Bloods began in 1993 in New York City. Leonard "Deadeye" MacKenzie, then 26-year-old inmate from Brooklyn living inside a Rikers Island cell, and fellow prisoner O.G. "Original Gangsta" Mack, founded the New York chapter of the United Blood Nation in 1993. Deadeye is now in his late 30s and is incarcerated in upstate New York.

By the late 1990s, New York Latin Kings leader Antonio Fernandez (AKA King Tone) aknowledged that the Bloods have begun to dominate New York's prison system, and that his own gang has abandoned criminal operations in favour of political-activism. Because of this abatement in Latin King crime, the Bloods have a stronger and larger population in jail.

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Various Poses Piru Blood Gang






Various poses Piru by displaying a variety of different styles to be performed by a gang or group of people in the blood that creates a different impression.

There are those who show signs of Piru with a smile that surely can we interpret it is a positive thing, as well as on the contrary there with a frown face so also can we interpret the negative impression.

Piru Blood gang sign at a special knowledge that must be owned by the group in order to facilitate communication between them.

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

High Blood Pressure

High Blood PressureHigh blood pressure or hypertension is a medical condition in which there was an increase in blood pressure are chronic (long term). Patients who have at least three blood pressure readings exceeding 140/90 mmHg at rest is estimated to have high blood condition. Blood pressure is always high is one risk factor for stroke, heart attack, heart failure and arterial aneurysm, and is a major cause of chronic heart failure.



Blood pressure

On examination the blood pressure will get two numbers. Higher rates obtained when the heart contracts (systolic), lower figure obtained when the heart relaxes (diastolic). Blood pressure less than 120/80 mmHg is defined as "normal." In high blood pressure, usually there is an increase systolic and diastolic pressure. Hypertension usually occurs in the blood pressure of 140/90 mmHg or above, measured in both arms three times within a few weeks.

Classification

Blood Pressure Classification by JNC VII In Adults [1] Blood Pressure Category Systolic Diastolic Blood Pressure
Normal <120> = 160 mmHg (or)> = 100 mmHg

In isolated systolic hypertension, systolic pressure to 140 mmHg or more, but diastolic pressure of less than 90 mmHg and diastolic pressure was still within the normal range. Hypertension is often found in the elderly.

Along with age, almost everyone has increased blood pressure, systolic pressure continued to increase until the age of 80 years and diastolic pressures continue to increase until age 55-60 years, then decrease slowly or even decreased.

In patients with diabetes mellitus or renal disease, studies have shown that blood pressure above 130/80 mmHg should be considered a risk factor and should be given treatment.

Setting blood pressure

Increased blood pressure in the arteries can occur in several ways:

* The heart pumps more powerful that drain more fluid in every second
* Large arteries lose elasticity and become rigid, so that they can not inflate when the heart pumps blood through the arteries. Therefore the blood in each heart beat are forced to pass through narrow vessels than usual and cause a rise in pressure. This is what happens in the elderly, where the wall has been thickened and stiff arteries due to arteriosclerosis. In the same way, blood pressure also increased in the event of "vasoconstriction", that is if the small arteries (arterioles) to temporarily shrink due to stimulation of nerves or hormones in the blood.
* Increased fluid in the circulation can cause increased blood pressure. This happens if there are abnormalities of renal function and is unable to dispose of salt and water from the body. The volume of blood in the body increases, so the blood pressure also increases.

Conversely, if:

* Reduced heart pumping activity
* Arterial experiencing widening
* A lot of fluid out of circulation

Then the blood pressure will decrease or become smaller.


Adjustments to these factors are implemented by changes in renal function and autonomic nervous system (part of the nervous system that regulates many body functions automatically).

Changes in kidney function

The kidneys control blood pressure in several ways:

* If blood pressure rises, the kidneys will increase spending on salt and water, which will cause a reduction in blood volume and restore blood pressure to normal.
* If blood pressure drops, the kidney will reduce the discharge of salt and water, thus increasing blood volume and blood pressure returned to normal.
* The kidneys can also increase blood pressure by producing an enzyme called renin, which triggers the formation of the hormone angiotensin, which in turn will trigger the release of the hormone aldosterone.

Kidney is an important organ in controlling blood pressure, and therefore a variety of diseases and disorders can lead to kidney pda high blood pressure.

For example, narrowing of the arteries that leads to one of the kidneys (renal artery stenosis) can cause hypertension.

Inflammation and injury to one or both kidneys can also cause a rise in blood pressure.

The autonomic nervous system

Sympathetic nervous system is part of the autonomic nervous system, which will temporarily:

* Increased blood pressure responses during the fight-or-flight response (the body's physical reaction to external threats)
* Increased heart rate, speed and strength; too narrow majority of the arterioles, but the widening of the arterioles in certain areas (eg, skeletal muscle, which require more blood supply)
* Reduce the discharge of water and salt by the kidneys, thereby increasing the volume of blood in the body
* Release the hormone epinephrine (adrenaline) and norepinephrine (noradrenaline), which stimulates the heart and blood vessels.

Symptoms

In most patients, hypertension causes no symptoms, even if by accident some of the symptoms occur simultaneously and reliably associated with high blood pressure (when in fact not). Symptoms in question are headache, bleeding from the nose, dizziness, facial redness and fatigue, which could have occurred either in patients with hypertension, as well as to a person with normal blood pressure.

If hypertension is severe or chronic and untreated, can develop the following symptoms:

* Headache
* Fatigue
* Nausea
* Vomiting
* Shortness of breath
* Restlessness
* Blurred vision that occurs because of damage to the brain, eyes, heart and kidney.

Sometimes patients with severe hypertension has decreased consciousness and even coma because of brain swelling. This is called hypertensive encephalopathy, which require immediate treatment.

Causes of hypertension

Hypertension based on the cause divided into 2 types:

1. Primary or essential hypertension is hypertension that is not known the cause (located at approximately 90% of all hypertension).
2. Secondary hypertension is hypertension caused by / as a result of other diseases.

Primary hypertension is likely to have many causes, some changes on the heart and blood vessels together probably cause increased blood pressure.

If the cause is unknown, it is called secondary hypertension. In about 5-10% of patients with hypertension, the cause is kidney disease. In about 1-2%, the cause is a hormonal disorder or the use of certain drugs (such as birth control pills).

Another rare cause of hypertension is Phaeochromocytoma, namely tumor on the adrenal gland that produces hormones epinephrine (adrenaline) or norepinephrine (noradrenaline).

Overweight (obesity), an inactive lifestyle (exercise lazy), stress, alcohol or salt in food, can trigger the occurrence of hypertension in those who have a reduced sensitivity. Stress tends to cause increased blood pressure for a while, if the stress has passed, then the blood pressure usually returns to normal.

Some causes of secondary hypertension:

1. Kidney Disease
* Renal artery stenosis
* Pyelonephritis
* Glomerulonephritis
* Kidney tumors
* Polikista kidney disease (usually inherited)
* Trauma to the kidney (injury of the kidneys)
* Radiation therapy of the kidney

2. Hormonal Disorders
* Hiperaldosteronisme
* Cushing's syndrome
* Phaeochromocytoma

3. Drugs
* Birth control pills
* Corticosteroids
* Cyclosporine
* Erythropoietin
* Cocaine
* Alcohol abuse
* Cinnamon (in a very large amount)

4. Other Causes
* Koartasio aorta
* Preeclampsia in pregnancy
* Acute intermittent porphyria
* Acute lead poisoning.

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Bloods Gangs

Bloods GangsAs the Crips grew in South Central Los Angeles in the early 1970s, it began against other gangs. It was during this time of conflict that several gangs joined forces to combat the growing Crip threat. The most famous band in this group are Piru Street Boys. They lead the revolt against the Crips and was instrumental in the creation of blood-ties in 1972.

In the next 10 years continue to operate the blood and grow in a fragmented. Conflict with the Crips continued and the blood found much in the minority.

Violence exploded in 1984 between the two groups - between 1982nd It was during this time crack hit Los Angeles. Crackme or more of a rock cocaine cheaper and more addictive than the powder of the drug. Transition region are becoming increasingly important, because a lot of blood and Crip sets fought over drug sales locations. Some members moved blood in several major cities around the west coast to expand their drug use. To minimize attention from law enforcement authorities, leaving many blood gang members who apparently gang membership IDs, so that they can continue illegal activity with little fear of fear.

It was during the late 1980s that the blood has become a household name. Color film, staring Sean Penn and Robert Duvall was released which focused on the gang problem in Los Angeles. It was rumored that some movie theaters actually promoted the movie by offering a bandana participants movie. This is after the movie that many young people who do nothing with Los Angeles based band started their own groups of blood. Although many of these groups is nothing more than imitating childish group dress and slang they saw in the movie, some soon involved in violent activity and drug sales committed similar gang activity by original Blood gang members in California.

In 1993, a group known on the East Coast, a band such as the United Blood Nation. Born in New York's Riker's prison, Iceland, African American inmates created a group as a way to by the Latin Kings, to protect the most often in the prison at the time. Although the United Blood Nation (UBN) was born in prison, as a member who was released to the streets, they formed street gangs on the east coast with the same name, while copies of Los Angeles Blood lifestyle.

Although recognizing the majority of the blood-bands with the color red, the members do not always wear gang identifiers when engaging in criminal activity. On the West Coast members are more likely to use a bandana for identification, while some Blood sets on the East Coast will use a colored bead necklaces.

Although Blood gangs the same name, there is no formal leadership structure that controls all Blood gangs. A Blood gang member Springville Utah may very active in the gangster lifestyle, but have no connection to the Blood gang in the West or East Coast.

Blood will match the other groups involved in criminal activities, including their rivals, Crips, although most alliances quickly fade. The Blood known to be involved in all forms of criminal activities, but most known for drug sales.

Thursday, September 30, 2010

True Blood 2010

True Blood 2010
True Blood is an American television drama series created and produced by Alan Ball, who also created Six Feet Under. True Blood is based on The Southern Vampire Mysteries series of novels by Charlaine Harris, and details the co-existence of vampires and humans in Bon Temps, a fictional small Louisiana town. The series centers on Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin), a telepathic waitress at a bar, who falls in love with vampire Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer).[1][2]

The show is broadcast on the premium cable network HBO in the United States. It is produced by HBO in association with Ball's production company, Your Face Goes Here Entertainment.[1] It premiered on September 7, 2008.

The first season received critical acclaim and won several awards, including one Golden Globe and an Emmy. The show's second 12-episode season premiered on June 14, 2009, and the third season on June 13, 2010. On June 21, 2010, HBO renewed True Blood for a fourth season, to debut in summer 2011.[3]


Development history


Series creator Alan Ball had previously worked with premium cable channel HBO on Six Feet Under, which ran for five seasons. In October 2010 (?), after Six Feet Under's series finished, Ball signed a 12-year agreement with HBO to develop and produce original programming for the network. True Blood became the first project under the deal, after Ball became acquainted with Charlaine Harris's Southern Vampire Mystery books.[4] One day, while early for a dental appointment, Ball was browsing through Barnes and Noble and came across Dead Until Dark, the first installment in Harris's series. He read the entries that followed and became interested in "bringing [Harris's] vision to television".[4][5] However, Harris already had two other adaptation options for the books. She said she chose to work with him, though, because "[Ball] really ‘got’ me. That’s how he convinced me to go with him. I just felt that he understood what I was doing with the books.”

The project's hour-long pilot was ordered concurrently with the finalization of the aforementioned development deal and was written, directed and produced by Balls.[1][4] Cast members Paquin, Kwanten and Trammell were announced in February 2007 and Moyer later on in April.[6][7] The pilot was shot in the early summer of 2007 and was officially ordered to series in August, at which point Ball had already written several more episodes.[1] Production on the series began later that fall,[8] with Brook Kerr, who portrayed Tara Thornton in the original pilot, being replaced by Rutina Wesley.[9] Two more episodes of the series had been filmed before the 2007-08 Writers Guild of America strike shut down production of the 12-episode first season until 2008.[10] That September, after only the first two episodes of the series had aired, HBO placed an order for a second season of twelve episodes of the show, with production scheduled to commence in January 2009 for a summer premiere.[11]


Title sequence


True Blood's Emmy-nominated title sequence was created by Digital Kitchen, a production studio that was also responsible for creating the title sequence of Six Feet Under and Showtime's Dexter. The sequence, which is primarily composed of portrayals of the show's Deep South setting, is played to "Bad Things" by Jace Everett.[12]
Digital Kitchen wished to explore themes of redemption and forgiveness in the opening title sequence.

Conceptually, Digital Kitchen elected to construct the sequence around the idea of "the whore in the house of prayer"[13] by intermingling contradictory images of sex, violence and religion and displaying them from the point of view of "a supernatural, predatory creature observing human beings from the shadows ..."[12] Digital Kitchen also wished to explore ideas of redemption and forgiveness, and thus arranged for the sequence to progress from morning to night and to culminate in a baptism.[13]

Most of the footage used in the sequence was filmed on location by Digital Kitchen. Crew members took a four-day trip to Louisiana to film and also shot at a Chicago church and on a stage and in a bar in Seattle.[13] Additionally, several Digital Kitchen crew members made cameo appearances in the sequence.

In editing the opening, Digital Kitchen wanted to express how "religious fanaticism" and "sexual energy" could corrupt humans and make them animalistic. Accordingly, several frames of some shots were cut to give movements a jittery feel, while other shots were simply played back very slowly. Individual frames were also splattered with drops of blood.[13] The sequence's transitions were constructed differently, though; they were made with a Polaroid transfer technique. The last frame of one shot and the first frame of another were taken as a single Polaroid photo, which was then divided between emulsion and backing. The emulsion was then filmed being further separated by chemicals and those shots of this separation were placed back into the final edit.[12]

Eight different typefaces, inspired by Southern road signage, were also created manually by Camm Rowland for cast and crew credits, as well as the show's title card.[13]



Cast and characters

Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin) is the main character of True Blood series.
Main article: Characters of True Blood

True Blood employs a broad ensemble cast composed of regular, central characters and a rotating group of impermanent supporting characters. Though the series is based in the fictional town of Bon Temps, Louisiana, a noticeable number of the actors comprising the cast are originally from outside the United States. In an interview, Ball explained that he didn't intentionally seek out "non-American" actors, but was willing to go anywhere he needed to in order "to find the actor who makes the character breathe". Ball went on to explain that, in casting, there was more of a focus on who would portray the character in a compelling way rather than who would physically resemble the characters from the book. Noting that there's a definite difference between the characters and storylines portrayed in True Blood and the ones depicted in The Southern Vampire Mysteries, he described Harris as being very understanding in terms of how her work was being reinterpreted.[38]


Principal cast

Within the fictional universe depicted in True Blood, the show acknowledges as reality that supernatural creatures (such as vampires, telepaths, and shapeshifters amongst others) exist. Two years prior to the events taking place during the series, vampires "come out of the coffin" (a term coined as a play on "coming out of the closet"), when scientists in Japan invent a synthetic form of blood called "True Blood".E-1 No longer having to rely on human blood to survive, vampires are able to integrate themselves into human society (or "mainstream").E-1

The major characters of the first season are introduced amongst various intertwining plot lines that surround the Bon Temps bar "Merlotte's". The show's main protagonist, Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin), is a telepath and waitress at Merlotte's.E-1 In the opening episode she saves Merlotte's first vampire customer, Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer), when a local couple attempts to drain him of his blood (vampire blood is known on the show as a human narcotic: "V" or "V Juice").E-1 Through the relationship that develops between Sookie and Bill, the viewer progressively learns more about vampire culture and the limitations of vampire physiology.

The major plot of the first season revolves around the murder of several women connected to Sookie's older brother, Jason (Ryan Kwanten).E-1 The women murdered include sexual partner Maudette Pickens (Danielle Sapia),E-1 on-and-off romance and Merlotte's waitress Dawn Green (Lynn Collins),E-3 grandmother Adele (Lois Smith) or simply "Gran",E-5 and girlfriend Amy Burley (Lizzy Caplan).E-11 Though the viewer is always aware of his innocence in their deaths, Detective Andy Bellefleur (Chris Bauer) targets him as the prime suspect in the investigation he conducts with Sheriff Bud Dearborne (William Sanderson) to identify their killer.E-1 Jason's best friends and co-workers, Hoyt Fortenberry (Jim Parrack) and Rene Lenier (Michael Raymond-James) provide him with support despite the turmoil he encounters.E-1 Rene, who becomes engaged to Merlotte's waitress Arlene Fowler (Carrie Preston),E-8 is eventually exposed as the Bon Temps murderer and is killed in a final confrontation with Sookie.E-12
Rutina Wesley, Stephen Moyer and Anna Paquin

A secondary plot in the first season (that later develops as the primary storyline in the second) revolves around Sookie's best friend Tara Thornton (Rutina Wesley).E-1 In the first episode, Tara is hired as a bartender at Merlotte's by shapeshifter,E-11 owner, and Sookie's admirer Sam Merlotte (Sam Trammell)E-1 with whom Tara later has a brief relationship.E-3 Tara's cousin Lafayette Reynolds (Nelsan Ellis) already works as a cook at Merlotte'sE-1 (in addition to several other jobs that include selling V)E-3 with Andy's cousin and Iraq War veteran, Terry (Todd Lowe).E-2 Tara's story is characterized by her relationship with her alcoholic and abusive mother Lettie Mae (Adina Porter)E-2 and her own inner "demons".E-10 During the season, Lettie Mae achieves sobrietyE-8 but Tara's life begins to spin out of control. Kicked out of her home and totaling her car in a drunk driving accident,E-10 she's taken in by "social worker" Maryann Forrester (Michelle Forbes).E-11 While staying with Maryann, Tara is introduced to "Eggs" Benedict Talley (Mehcad Brooks), to whom she is attracted.E-11

The final plotline of the first season revolves around the elements of vampire society that Sookie and Bill's relationship introduce. While trying to prove her brother's innocence in Maudette and Dawn's murders, Bill takes her to the vampire bar "Fangtasia" to investigate. There, Sookie is introduced to Fangtasia's owner and the vampire sheriff of "Area 5" in Louisiana: Eric Northman (Alexander Skarsgård).E-4 Eric is immediately interested in Sookie and her strange abilities, but his progeny and assistant Pam (Kristin Bauer) is less impressed.E-4 Eric employs Sookie to find a thief in his bar, but the perpetrator (a vampire) attempts to kill Sookie when she reveals his identity. Bill stakes and kills the thief to save her, but has committed a serious crime in killing another vampire.E-8 When Bill is tried for his crime, his punishment is to transform seventeen-year-old Jessica Hamby (Deborah Ann Woll) into a vampire to replace the one he destroyed.E-10

Though humans attracted to vampires (referred to as "fang bangers") flock to Fangtasia, not all people are accepting of the idea that vampires be given rights equal to those afforded the mortals of the True Blood universe. During the first season, one of the ways in which anti-vampire sentiment is expressed is through regular televised appearances by the "Fellowship of the Sun",E-2 a Dallas-based church that is eventually run by Reverend Steve Newlin (Michael McMillian)E-3 after his father and family are killed in a strange "accident".E-2

During the second season, the influence of Maryann Forrester and the conflict between vampires and humans is expanded. Most of the cast from the first season returns and several new main characters are introduced. The same style of interconnected story telling used in the first season is repeated, with the foremost plot focusing on Maryann Forrester being revealed as a maenadE-19 with the power to influence humans.E-15 She begins by manipulating Tara and Eggs to achieve her strange goals,E-20 but eventually she is able to control almost the entire population of Bon Temps.E-22

While Maryann begins establishing her hold on Bon Temps, Sookie is recruited by EricE-15 to investigate the disappearance of his 2000-year-old maker and the sheriff of Area 9 in Texas: Godric (Allan Hyde).E-17 While Sookie is absent from Bon Temps, Sam hires Daphne Landry (Ashley Jones) to join Merlotte's staff.E-13 Daphne begins a romance with Sam,E-16 is revealed to be a shapeshifter,E-17 and then later exposed as working for Maryann.E-18 Jason also leaves Bon Temps for Dallas to join the Fellowship of the Sun,E-14 which Reverend Newlin has steered in a new militant direction despite the protestations of his wife Sarah (Anna Camp).E-13 Godric is discovered in the custody of the Fellowship,E-17 and one of Godric's lieutenants, Isabel Beaumont (Valerie Cruz),E-17 sends her human boyfriend Hugo (Christopher Gartin)E-18 to assist Sookie in infiltrating the church. Though Eric's primary interest in Dallas is finding Godric, he also attempts to place himself between Sookie and Bill. To accomplish this, he enlists the aid of Bill's maker Lorena (Mariana Klaveno);E-17 making a more prominent contribution to the cast after a brief introduction in the first season.E-5 In the penultimate episode of the second season, once the conflict in Texas is concluded, the vampire queen of Louisiana Sophie-Anne Leclerq (Evan Rachel Wood) is introduced.E-23 Both Bill and Eric visit her in an attempt to find out how to defeat Maryann.E-23

With season 3 came the addition of Sam's younger brother Tommy Mickens (Marshall Allman), werewolf Alcide Herveaux (Joe Manganiello), Wiccan waitress Holly Cleary (Lauren Bowles), and Jesús Velasquez (Kevin Alejandro). All of these actors, along with Denis O'Hare's Russell Edgington, are confirmed to return for the fourth season. [39]


Main article: List of True Blood episodes

Following the creation of synthetic blood, vampires have progressed from legendary monsters to fellow citizens overnight. Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin) is a telepath and waitress at Merlotte's in the small Louisiana town of Bon Temps, owned by Sam Merlotte (Sam Trammell), a shapeshifter—though this secret is kept hidden. One night, Sookie meets Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer), a handsome 173-year-old vampire who has returned to Bon Temps following the death of his last remaining relative. As she cannot hear his thoughts, she finds it easy to be in his company and, over the first season, the two become romantically involved.


Season one
Main article: True Blood (season 1)

The main mystery of the first season concerns the murders of women connected to Sookie's brother, Jason (Ryan Kwanten). Maudette Pickens and Dawn Green are both strangled shortly after having been alone with Jason. Though Detective Bellefleur has little doubt that Jason is the killer, the town sheriff does not suspect him. Jason and Sookie's grandmother is murdered shortly afterward. At the end of the season it is revealed that Arlene Fowler's fiancé, Rene Lenier, is actually a man named Drew Marshall who has created a false identity, complete with Cajun accent. He has been killing women he considers "fang-bangers".

The first season also focuses on Sookie's relationship with Bill and Sam's relationship with Sookie's friend Tara. Bill explains the rules of being a vampire to Sookie and, after killing a vampire to defend her, is forced to "turn" a young girl named Jessica into a vampire as punishment. In the last episode of the season, Jessica is left under Bill's care. After Maudette and Dawn's murders, Jason becomes addicted to vampire blood and has a short relationship with another addict, Amy Burley, which ends when she is murdered by Drew. The season ends with the discovery of a body in Detective Andy Bellefleur's car in Merlotte's parking lot.


Season two
Main article: True Blood (season 2)

Season two focuses on two main plots – in the first, the disappearance of the 2,000-year old vampire Sheriff of Area 9, Godric, causes Eric to enlist Sookie and Bill's aid in finding the ancient vampire in Dallas. Their paths cross Jason's as he seeks to discover meaning in his life with the Fellowship of the Sun, a church dedicated to anti-vampire activities.

The second plot line concerns a maenad named Maryann who visits Bon Temps after Tara attracts her attention at the end of the first season. Maryann is a figure from Sam's past and knows his true identity as a shapeshifter. Her influence on the town and its residents results in mayhem that grows more destructive as the season progresses. At the end of the season, Bill proposes to Sookie, but is kidnapped by unknown assailants when Sookie retreats to the bathroom to consider his proposal.

It loosely follows the plot of the second novel of The Southern Vampire Mysteries, Living Dead in Dallas. In addition, the character of Sophie-Anne Leclerq, initially introduced in the sixth novel Definitely Dead, was introduced as a major supporting character.


Season three
Main article: True Blood (season 3)

On July 30, 2009, HBO confirmed that True Blood would be renewed for a third season,[40] which began shooting on December 3, 2009.[41] It premiered on June 13, 2010, simultaneously on HBO and HBO Canada, and contained 12 episodes.

Season three loosely follows the plot of the third novel of The Southern Vampire Mysteries, Club Dead, and introduces werewolves to the show's mythology. It also introduces the characters of Russell Edgington, the Vampire King of Mississippi, and his private investigator, Franklin Mott. In addition, some characters from the fourth novel Dead to the World are introduced: Crystal Norris as Jason's love interest, her family of werepanthers from Hotshot, and Sookie's fairy godmother, Claudine. Sookie's heritage as part fairy is also revealed later in the season, a major plot element from the eighth novel, From Dead to Worse.


Reception

Critical reception of True Blood has generally been favorable, despite the fact that initial impressions were mixed. The New York Post critic wrote of the opening episodes: "If HBO's new vampire show is any indication, there would still be countless deaths – especially among vampire hunters and the viewers who love them – because everyone would be dying of boredom. And so it is with HBO's new series from death-obsessed Alan Ball, creator of the legendary Six Feet Under, whose new show True Blood, won't so much make your blood run cold as it will leave you cold."[42]

Whereas USA Today concluded: "Sexy, witty and unabashedly peculiar, True Blood is a blood-drenched Southern Gothic romantic parable set in a world where vampires are out and about and campaigning for equal rights. Part mystery, part fantasy, part comedy, and all wildly imaginative exaggeration, [True] Blood proves that there's still vibrant life — or death — left in the 'star-crossed cute lovers' paradigm. You just have to know where to stake your romantic claim."[43]

By the end of the first season, True Blood had a score of 64, indicating generally favorable reviews, on Metacritic, an aggregator of critical responses.[44] The second season received a more favorable score of 74 on Metacritic.[45] As of the third season, True Blood's rating on Metacritic has risen to 79.[46]


Influence

True Blood was the subject of a recent Sesame Street sketch, entitled "True Mud". The parody features puppet versions of Sookie, Bill, Lafayette, Sam, Tara and Sheriff Dearborn. In the skit, Muppet Sookie struggles to fulfill Muppet Bill's pleas for a pint of "True Mud," as the other characters try to speculate if he is a "grouch". [47]


Allegory for LGBT rights

The struggle for vampire equality in True Blood has been seen as an allegory for the LGBT rights movement.[48] Charlaine Harris, the author of the book series on which the show is based, stated that her initial characterization for the vampires were as "...a minority that was trying to get equal rights".[49][50] Several phrases in the series are borrowed and adapted from expressions used against and about LGBT people, such as "God Hates Fangs" (God Hates Fags) and "Coming out of the coffin" (coming out of the closet).[50]

Entertainment Weekly's critic-at-large Ken Tucker wrote that the show is built "around a series of metaphors: Vampire rights stand in for gay rights, and now the clever laughs elicited from this bratty-vampire girl represent an extreme of adolescent rebelliousness".[48] David Bianculli of NPR wrote "[True Blood is] big on allegory, and the tension about accepting vampires into society is an obvious play on civil rights in general, and gay rights in particular".[50] However, the television series' producer Alan Ball rebukes critics, stating that such a comparison is "lazy".[49]


Ratings

The first episode of True Blood debuted at a very modest 1.44 million viewers compared to the network's past drama premiers such as Big Love which premiered at 4.56 million, and John from Cincinnati which debuted at 3.4 million.[51] However, by late November 2008, 6.8 million a week were watching: this figure included repeat and on-demand viewings.[52] The season finale's viewership was 2.4 million.

The second season premiere of the series (June 14, 2009) was viewed by 3.7 million, making it the most watched program on HBO since the series finale of The Sopranos. The total number of viewers for the season premiere, including the late night replay, was 5.1 million.[53] The tenth episode of the second season (August 23, 2009) was seen by 5.3 million viewers, a new record for the series.[54] The second season's finale (September 13, 2009) was seen by 5.1 million viewers. An average of 12.4 million a week watched the second season.[55]

The eleventh episode of the third season (August 29, 2010) set a new record: with 5.44 million viewers it was the highest-rated cable TV show of the week with viewers aged 18-49.[56]


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Saturday, September 25, 2010

Blood Signs

Blood Signs
Blood marks are compulsory studied by the followers of a gang of blood, because it is one simple tool of communication but accurate and precise.

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Blood Games 2010

Blood Games 2010
You must already know about a lot of blood gangs, because gangs are well known fairly widespread then most intelligent minded people make in the form of the game so interesting, so many children and teenagers who liked the game and enables them to play to their imagination .

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Blood and Piru Gang Sign

blood and piru gang signPiru gang signs in the blood is a matter that is required to be mastered, because by mastering these Piru sign the communication between groups will more easily and smoothly.

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Piru Blood Prayer

Piru Blood PrayerIn the blood gangs also have a tradition of praying in a special way that has been set by the group.

Sunday, September 12, 2010

History of Blood Tribe / Kainai

History of Blood Tribe / KainaiBlood Tribe / Kainai and the Confederacy and Peigan Siksika possession as the oldest inhabitants of the western prairie. Blackfoot can be found from other language groups as diverse believe, leading linguists, that the Blackfoot people have been living separately from other language groups for a long time. Archaeologists date the level of hunting culture in the field to 11,000 years before present.

Blood Tribe a society, a life entirely separate and independent. Its traditional area rich in natural resources, providing all the basic needs of the economy are fed. well-developed social structure, culture and political system provides a solid basis that can excellence in every aspect of life.

Blood tribe allied politically, culturally and economically with the Siksika (Blackfoot) and Peigan (North and South Peigan) formed what historians call the Blackfoot Confederacy. traditional areas of the Confederacy was described, in the time in the history of how the limits on the north by the North Saskatchewan River, Alberta, on the south by the Yellowstone River in the U.S. state of Montana, the west by the Rocky Mountains and east by the Sand Hills in Saskatchewan.

Strength and endurance of the Blackfoot Confederacy highly valued by designers and agents of Western expansion. Said Lewis and Clark Expedition was forced to avoid a complete history of the region and the Blackfoot Blackfoot Confederacy of the faithful regard for the protection of land, resources and trade interests. People talk Blackfoot was one of the last First Nations enter into agreements with the U.S. in 1855, by Lamebull Agreement. On the British side of the 49th Latitude, is the root not in agreement with the United Kingdom until 1877 in force.

Seven agreements, especially the peace agreement is to facilitate tool-existance peace with the newcomers. To be compensated for the destruction of the main economic resources, water buffalo, and the share of land, certain economic benefits to the United Nations for the first time one. 7 The agreement involved area of 50,000 square miles of land south of the Red Deer River and is bounded by the Rocky Mountains.

The blood, along with the Siksika and T'ina T'suu have a backup to their land along the Bow River, surveyed in 1878 after an agreement in 1877. However, Chief Red Crow of the blood was never discussed this and does not support such legislation. Blood Tribe reserved refused to settle land in the Bow River, the country of their choice, is located further south.

Red Crow was chosen for the blood, the land between the Waterton River and St. Mary's River back to the Rocky Mountains and as far south as the Canada - United States International Border.

In 1882, JD Nelson, a reserve for the Blood Tribe, consisting of 708.4 square kilometers measured. Southern limit was set at nine miles from the international border. But in 1883, reserves were resurveyed, without explanation or consultation with the Blood tribe. As a result of reduced reserves of 547.5 square kilometers. Blood Tribe has never been a correction and continue to try to get to improve their understanding formally selected and identified by Chief Red Crow in 1880 and the differece 1882-1883 surveys.

The blood and nourishes his fierce independence and pride in their identity as Kainai. This spirit enabled them to successfully resisted the efforts of the government, churches and other European agencies, policy and practice can have a major negative impact on cultural identity and rights. Today, the Blood Tribe to draw strength for the final attempt, a unique vision for the future to bring.

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Piru Blood Gang Codes

Piru Blood Gang CodesCode in an alley Piru Gangs such as the blood is very important for them to have, with the code enables them to communicate with each other, thus simplifying the purpose gangs.

Friday, September 3, 2010

Piru Blood Gangs

Piru Blood GangsBloods members identify themselves by means of various gang indicators, such as colors, clothing, symbols, tattoos, jewelry, graffiti, language, and hand signs. The Bloods gang color is red. They like to wear sports clothing, including team "Starter" jackets that show their gang color. Some of their favorite teams include the San Francisco Forty Niners, the Philadelphia Phillies and the Chicago Bulls. They are also known to Dallas Cowboys apparel, which carry the logo contains a five-pointed star.

The most common Bloods symbols include the number "5" Five-pointed star, and the five-pointed crown. These symbols are meant to show the Bloods connection "with people Nation, a grand coalition of subsidiaries established to protect members of the alliance within the federal and state prison systems.

Bloods-leden Zich Identificeren Door middel van bende Verschillende indicatoren, zoals kleuren, kleding, symbolen, Tatoeages, sieraden, graffiti, taal, en met de hand tekenen. Blood bende kleur is rood. Ze vinden het leuk om te dragen Sportkleding puts inbegrip van Team Starter vesten die getuigen HUN bende van kleur. Sommige van hun favoriete teams bestaan uit San Francisco veertig Niners, Philadelphia Phillies at Chicago Bulls. Ze zijn ook bekend bij Dallas Cowboys kleding, waarvan het logo Dragen Bevat puntige een vijf-ster.

De meest gebruikte symbolen Bloods onder meer het aantal "5," De Vijf puntige ster, en de kroon vijfpuntige. Symbolen Bedoeld Deze zijn om te laten zien aansluiting Blood 'met de mensen Nation Coalitie van een Grote filialen opgericht om leden van de Alliantie Beschermen te binnen de federale in national gevangenis systemen.

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Monday, August 30, 2010

Piru Blood Walk

Piru Blood Walk
Piru Blood Walk is an activity in the blood groups in a way on foot to conduct attacks against other groups, this is a pride of idiosyncrasies in the group because only by foot remains courageous and ready for combat.

Thursday, August 26, 2010

Bloods

BloodsAs the Crips grew in South Central Los Angeles in the early 1970s they began targeting other gangs. It was during this time of conflict that several gangs joined forces to combat the growing Crip threat. The most well known gang within this group was the Piru Street Boys. They lead the revolt against the Crips and were instrumental in creating the Bloods gang in 1972.

During the next 10-years the Bloods continued to operate and grow in a fragmented manner. Conflict with the Crips continued and the Bloods found themselves heavily outnumbered.

Between 1982 – 1984 the violence between the two groups skyrocketed. It was during this time crack hit Los Angeles. Crackm or more properly called rock cocainem was cheaper and much more addictive than the powder form of the drug. Gang territories became more important as the many Blood and Crip sets fought over drug sales locations. Some Blood members moved to several large cities throughout the West Coast to expand their drug market. To minimize attention from law enforcement, many Blood gang members abandon wearing obvious identifiers of gang affiliation so they could continue illegal activity with little fear of apprehension.

It was during the late 1980s that the Bloods became a household name. The movie Colors, staring Sean Penn and Robert Duvall was released which focused on the gang problem in Los Angeles. It has been rumored that some movie theaters actually promoted the movie by offering a bandana to movie attendees. It was after this movie that many teens with no connection to the Los Angeles based gang began creating their own Blood gangs. Although many of these groups were nothing more than childish groups mimicking dress and slang they saw in a movie, some soon became involved in violent activity and drug sales comparable to gang activity committed by original Blood gang members in California.

In 1993, a group on the East Coast created a gang known as the United Blood Nation. Born in the Rikers Island New York jail, African American inmates created the group as a way to protect themselves from the Latin Kings, which was the most prevalent group in the jail system at that time. Although the United Blood Nation (UBN) was born in the prison system, as members were paroled to the streets, they formed street gangs on the East Coast under the same name, while emulating the Los Angeles Blood lifestyle.

Although the majority of Blood gangs identify with the color red, members may not always wear gang identifiers when engaging in criminal activity. On the West Coast members are more likely to use a bandana for identification, while some Blood sets on the East Coast will use a colored beaded necklace.

Although Blood gangs share the same name, there is no formal leadership structure that controls all Blood gangs. A Blood gang member in Springville, Utah may be very active in the gangster lifestyle, yet will have no connection to Blood gangs in the West or East Coast.

Bloods will align themselves with other gangs to engage in criminal activity, including their rivals the Crips, although most alliances quickly fade away. The Bloods are known to be involved in all forms of criminal activity, but are mostly known for drug sales.

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The United Blood Nation

The United Blood NationThe United Blood Nation, simply called the Eastcoast Bloods (not to be confused with the West Coast L.A. Street Gang) is primarily a street gang, formed in 1993 within the New York City jail system on Rikers Island's George Mochen Detention Center. GMDC was used to segregate problem inmates from the rest of the detention center. Prior to this time period, the Latin Kings were the most prevalent and organized gang in the NYC jail system. The Latin Kings, a Hispanic Latino street gang, were targeting African-American inmates with violence. These African-American inmates, organized by some of the more violent and charismatic inmates, formed a protection group which they called the United Blood Nation, in imitation of the West Coast gang. Though they closely resemble the Bloods found on the West Coast, the United Blood Nation or Eastcoast Bloods is unaffiliated with them, and therefore didn’t originally share any of their rivalries or their allies. Several of the leaders of this recently created prison gang formed nine New Blood sets to recruit in their neighborhoods across New York and New Jersey.

By 1996, thousands of members of the Blood street gang were establishing themselves as a formidable force among gangs and continued a steady drive for recruitment. At this time, the Bloods were more violent than other gangs but much less organized. Numerous slashings (razor blade or knife attacks) were reported during robberies and discovered to be initiations into the Bloods. This ritual became the trademark for the Bloods. Bloods recruited throughout the East Coast and began spreading their drug networks rapidly. Blood gangs can now be found in the New York City area, Upper New York state, New Jersey (especially South Jersey), Baltimore, Hagerstown, South Carolina, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Montreal,Texas, and Virginia

Recently, the new Blood gangs have become a favorite target of law enforcement because of their connection to violence. Bloods will commit violence against other Blood sets if it will award a profit, whether money or territory. Also, there is no direct regional or national leadership or any connections to Los Angeles gangs.

Bloods will burn an upside down triangular shape that resembles a dog paw on their upper arm. The three circular burns, usually from a cigarette, can be found on a member of the Bloods. This is not practiced by the original West Coast Bloods. Some Bloods will have a tattoo of a dog, usually a bulldog, like the Mack Trucks logo. Bloods will also use the acronym M.O.B. (Member of Blood) to identify themselves. This can be seen as a burn scar or sometimes a tattoo. These too are distinctive only for the United Blood Nation Eastcoast Bloods gang, and not their West Coast version. However, one similarity both coasts share the use of the color red, Atlanta Braves, Atlanta Falcons, Chicago Bulls, Cincinnati Reds, Philadelphia Phillies, Boston Red Sox caps and jerseys (they would wear), also both keep their bandanas or red flags to the right, and they would also wear Chuck Taylor All-Stars.

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Los Solidos Prison Gang

Los Solidos Prison GangThe Los Solidos gang formed about 1990 or 1991. It was formed for reasons of "self protection" and is basically comprised of two street gangs from Hartford, Connecticut - the "Ghetto Brothers" and the "Savage Nomads." Translated Los Solidos means "the solid ones."

The Los Solidos are considered to be a prison gang in Connecticut correctional facilities and they are also active in the streets of Hartford and Waterbury, CT

A committee which includes an executive president, vice president and five executive "stars" governs the Los Solidos.

The members identify themselves by wearing a bandana that is half blue and half red. This comes from the original colors of the Ghetto Brothers (blue) and the Savage Nomads (red); the combined colors denote solidarity between the two groups.

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Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Hermanos de Pistoleros Latinos Prison Gang - HPL

HPLWhen translated the name the Hermanos de Pistoleros Latinos prison gang means the "Brotherhood of Latin Gunmen." Also known as the HPL, the group was founded in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice in the mid 1980's. The Hermanos de Pistoleros Latinos prison gang has been reported to be involved in many criminal activities to include gambling, inmate assaults, protection rackets, staff intimidation and murder.

Internal problems within the group forced a division among the members and today one faction calls itself the "Sixteen - Twelve," or 16/12. These numbers refer to the 16th and 12th letters of the alphabet; P/L or "Pistoleros Latinos." The other faction calls itself the "Forty-Fives," and uses as one of its known tattoos, the .45 caliber automatic pistol. Although operating as separate factions, the groups follow the constitution and other rules of the HPL.


Membership is for life and membership is for inmates of Latin origin only; persons who speak Spanish or who are descendants of Latin or Hispanic families.

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Sunday, August 22, 2010

G27-A Prison Gang

The G 27 or El Groupo 27 prison gang is a Hispanic gang that formed in the Puerto Rico prison system about 1979. It is relatively unknown in the United States.

BACKGROUND: A group of inmates who were known as "insectos" formed the gang under the leadership of an inmate known as "El Monota." At about the same time the well known prison gang The Ñeta, was formed, supposedly to combat the G 27 predators and to protect the weaker, more vulnerable inmates.

Members of the G-27 prison gang have found their way into the United States prison systems and since so little is known about the group in this country the following information is provided to hopefully assist corrections and law enforcement personnel in identifying members of the group.

There are several versions as to how the G 27 prison gang was formed. When researching the origin of gangs, it is sometimes difficult to distinguish fact from fiction or legend. The first version below should not be considered as the "official version" but the information was obtained from a source in the Puerto Rico Department of Justice and is considered to be reliable.

G 27 is basically a prison gang which was formed after the murder of the Ñeta leader, Carlos Torres Irriarte, AKA "La Sombra" (The Shadow). After La Sombra's murder, the Ñeta expelled a number of inmates from its ranks. These inmates were known as the "insectos" and they were notoriously known for robbing, beating, and sexually assaulting weaker inmates. They believed that any killing was justified. These acts of violence also extended to women, children and the elderly in the streets. Although the Ñeta is an extremely violent prison gang, the philosophy of the "insectos" did not set well with the group.

These renegades were the core of the G 27 and were transferred to the Guayama (PR) Regional Prison which is located just outside of the "notorious" Manuel A. Perez Housing Project

The G 27 has no prescribed gang tattoos, but prefer to cover their body with large tattoos of the Virgin Mary. (They are also known to have "G 27" and "Puerto Rico" tattooed on their body.)

The only known gang sign is a balled fist with the forefinger and the little finger raised upward.

The group is categorized as being bitter enemies of the Ñeta, extremely violent and ready to riot at any time.

The Ñeta have many rules and laws for Ñeta members but it is unknown if the G 27 carried any of these rules with them to be included as part of their group.

The gang name "G 27" is believed to have originated from the fact that many of the "insectos", when on the street, met and hung out in apartment number "G 27" at the Manuel A. Perez Housing Project.

UNOFFICIAL VERSION - ORIGIN OF G 27

The G 27 (former insectos) formed under the leadership of "El Monota" in a Puerto Rican Jail named Oso Blanco in 1979. These inmates were very ruthless and violent and the Puerto Rican authorities found that they could not control or resolve the problem. That same year the Ñeta was formed by Carlos La Sombra to protect those inmates who could not protect themselves. The G 27 and the Ñeta became bitter enemies and a gang war soon began between the two groups. In 1980 La Sombra developed a plan to end the war in order to maintain the principles of the Ñeta.

El Monota learned that La Sombra, in an attempt to end the war, was trying to set up a meeting with a group of G 27 members. When it appeared that some of the G 27 members were "jumping" to the other side he put out a contract and ordered a "hit" on La Sombra. Later in 1980 four G 27 members were selected to carry out the hit and when the green light was given, the four approached La Sombra in the prison yard and he was surrounded by the four assassins. One of the assassins had a 25 cal. semi-automatic pistol and shot La Sombra in the stomach. The other three assassins stabbed La Sombra and he died in the prison hospital as a result of his wounds.

On September 30, 1981 the Ñeta started a riot. Although El Monota was locked in a prison cell members of the Ñeta broke into the cell and killed him. He reportedly was cut up into little pieces and flushed down the toilet. His ring finger was sent to his mother to let her know that the Ñeta had gotten the revenge against the G 27 that it was seeking.

source: gangsorus
 
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