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Gang-Related charges Kevin Lopez History of GANGS • Gangs started in record in India in1200’s AD, but they were not know as gangs but thugs. In the US we grew up with our type stories of thugs like pireates and Billy the Kid. As the 1800’s went by a new generation of gangs were created by emigrational people that came to the US like the Irish that created gang called Dead Rabbit and Jewish created Monk Eastern gang that terrorized New York. 40 Years of Homicide Homicides from 1967 to 2006 Who are the Latin Kings • The gang had started in Chicago, Illinoins in the 1940’s. The gang were out of Hispanic descent. • Those who are members must have a hispanic bloodline. • In 1994 New York City experience the reality of Latin Kings. They were the strongest and violent New York. Law of Kiling • (d) Except as provided in Section 3002 of the Fish and Game Code, any person who willfully and maliciously discharges a firearm from a motor vehicle is guilty of a public offense punishable by imprisonment in the county jail for not more than one year or in the state prison Who are Bloods • Bloods are a gang that was formed in 1993, within the New York City jail. • In that time the Latin Kings were the most prevalent and organized gang in NYC jails. • They created for pretection The United Blood Nation, for they can recruit new members. What were the blood gangs called • The origanal recriut sets were in New York even though there are even in Los Angles. • The origanals sets are called: Mad Stone Villians (MSV), Valentine Blood (VB), Nine Tray Gangsters (NTG), Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB), etc. Murders in Los Angles Gang-related Law • California 12022.55. Additional Punishment for Discharging Firearm From Vehicle • The law says that if the person next to the person that shoot someone in the vechale would have 5,6, or 10 years in state prison. Owner of car permit to discarge in the vencile • (c) Any person who willfully and maliciously discharges a firearm from a motor vehicle at another person other than an occupant of a motor vehicle is guilty of a felony punishable by imprisonment in state prison for three, five, or seven years.
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