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Blog - Gangs - April 2008

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Women and Criminal Gangs  

April 24, 2008

The traditional gang culture is a “macho” lifestyle where women are only second-class members. Like the cheerleaders on the football team; they wear the colors, and support the team, but they are not allowed to play. When they are given a role, it is often to act as the intelligence unit or spies for the gang.

Dangerous Defectors and the Pesetas Prison Gang  Law Enforcement Only

April 18, 2008

The prison gang defector, even after cooperating with law enforcement, is still a formidable and dangerous predator. His mental and criminal cunning, his tactical combat experience, and even his drug addiction remain dangerous to you.

Testifying in Court as a Gang Expert  

April 11, 2008
The gang investigator's years of experience, knowledge, and training in the field of gangs is of no value if he is unable to communicate this knowledge in such a way as to convince a judge or jury that this knowledge is truth.
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