Wednesday, June 22, 2005 | By: Dusty Taylor

How sweet, we made the National page in the NY Times

Not that its a nice article..personally I think the jackass's spent way too much money on manpower and shit..i mean it sounds like overkill and a waste of massive amounts of money to me when you need 1,300 federal and local police officers and nine helicopters. The raids, which were based on 43 search warrants, began at 3:30 a.m...I think even the gangbangers are sleeping usually at 3am...dont you? I love this soundbite:"We have effectively crippled the gang and put it out of business," said Debra Wong Yang, the United States attorney for the Central District of California. Is this bitch delusional?They only got 23 guys for gods sake.. The feds are using the RICO act to go after these guys..I hope they put the lil fucknuts away for a long time..that way they can corrupt the inside of the prisons instead of the outside..where us good folks live...For a look into the gang life in LA and how they dont give a rats ass about going to prison I would like to suggest a movie entitled "American Me" with Edward James Olmos. Its graphic and violent but its a very realistic look at gangs in southern cali..i have spent time in that enviornment and it was scary and interesting as hell all at the same time..i just kept my mouth shut and smiled alot. The link to the article is embedded in the title.

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Jenn said...

Ah, the old everlasting American Me. Good stuff there. Scary as hell.

And if they think they've crippled a gang, you're right, they are delusional. Very musch so.

What's the RICO Act?

dusty said...

The RICO act is the amendment used to go after the mafia during the 50's i think..not sure of the timeframe but it was handmade to bring down organized crime..its had its ups and downs but its been somewhat effective..

dusty said...

oops my went into effect in 1970..heres the link to a website with more information on it: