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Craig and I just came in from a Gang Awareness Seminar one of the many they have made.This is going to educate our teachers,principals,resident etc to tell who is part of a gang and the laws that they are working on for gang members.
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marie24;14975 Wrote:Craig and I just came in from a Gang Awareness Seminar one of the many they have made.This is going to educate our teachers,principals,resident etc to tell who is part of a gang and the laws that they are working on for gang members.

Interesting. And...

Huh
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#3
I'm not aware of any around me. I know there's small "cliques" (sp?)
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4tun8;14991 Wrote:I'm not aware of any around me. I know there's small "cliques" (sp?)

Trust me they are everywhere it is just know how to tell them apart from other people.

Curmudgeon;14985 Wrote:
marie24;14975 Wrote:Craig and I just came in from a Gang Awareness Seminar one of the many they have made.This is going to educate our teachers,principals,resident etc to tell who is part of a gang and the laws that they are working on for gang members.

Interesting. And...

Huh
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Well they want to have a law that being a gang members is a crime and many other things. Go to operationgangup.com
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marie24;14997 Wrote:
4tun8;14991 Wrote:I'm not aware of any around me. I know there's small "cliques" (sp?)

Trust me they are everywhere it is just know how to tell them apart from other people.

Curmudgeon;14985 Wrote:Interesting. And...

Huh
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Well they want to have a law that being a gang members is a crime and many other things. Go to operationgangup.com

This should work about as well as gun control.
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#6
Gang members are pretty easy to spot if you're familiar with certain signs. They generally don't hide their affiliation a.k.a. who they represent. Unless they got a beef with you they will generally keep a low profile bc they don't want to attract the popo. Of course you got some brazen ones that have something to prove or looking for street cred. Just be street smart and the chances of you encountering one are much lower.
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#7
Trinitarios and Bloods in these parts. I'm curious to know if they mentioned any others in that seminar. Something I would love to hear more about.
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#8
Gangs of roving Amish. I heard streaker is looking to expand his crew.

But I have noticed individuals in my area that are shall we say, dressing quite similarly to each other.
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#9
IronSight briefly touched on this. Honestly, I do not want to outlaw gangs because I am afraid of what can fall into the parameters of legally being classified as a gang. We are all here because we enjoy firearms and expressing our second amendment rights. What if we had a meet and greet and LEOs decided to arrest us for being gang members affiliated with a certain group (PA2A.org)? I do not support making it illegal to be part of a gang. I do NOT support gangs, but I am afraid of what the government could get away with. I strongly believe the RICO act (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act) does a good job combating gangs. Taken from wikipedia (wikipedia words it better than I could),
Quote:"Under RICO, a person who is a member of an enterprise that has committed any two of 35 crimes—27 federal crimes and 8 state crimes—within a 10-year period can be charged with racketeering. Those found guilty of racketeering can be fined up to $25,000 and sentenced to 20 years in prison per racketeering count. In addition, the racketeer must forfeit all ill-gotten gains and interest in any business gained through a pattern of "racketeering activity." RICO also permits a private individual harmed by the actions of such an enterprise to file a civil suit; if successful, the individual can collect treble damages."
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This is true. RICO is so loosely defined that it allowed for so much abuse as to how and who it was applied to. We certainly don't need anything worse.

There probably is somewhat of a gang problem but don't judge the size of it by the words of people that can benefit from it.
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