California Latino Gang Accused of Anti-Black Terror Campaign
June 07, 2011
A federal grand jury has indicted 51 people allegedly associated with the Azusa 13 street gang, accusing them of harassing and terrorizing blacks in the Los Angeles County city of Azusa in incidents dating back to 1992.
The 24-count indictment, scheduled to be announced at a U.S. Department of Justice press conference Tuesday morning, catalogues numerous alleged meetings at which gang members discussed targeting blacks in the area, and incidents in which blacks were beaten and robbed.
Source: Los Angeles Times
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Frank @ 6/7/2011 6:26 PM
Cultural Diversity is alive and well! So when will the Politicians in California and the other 49 states wake up. This stuff is ruining the country round them up and sent them back home its must be cheaper than supporting them for the next 50 years. What put California in the hole? Taking care of the Illegals !
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