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26 Suspected MS-13 Members Indicted in North Carolina

June 26, 2008  | 

A federal grand jury indicted 26 suspected members of the notoriously violent MS-13 gang Tuesday in Charlotte— an effort to shut down a culture of intimidation operating in 42 states and five countries.

MS-13 members have been linked to four homicides, drug trafficking and extortion in the Carolinas.

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Deputy8609 @ 6/27/2008 8:51 AM

THIS IS A POSITIVE WIN FOR THE GOOD GUYS AND LAW ENFORCEMENT. WE AS A COUNTRY DON'T NEED THIS SCUM TRASHING UP OUR STREETS. SEND THEM ALL BACK TO WHERE THEY CAME FROM AND LET THEM PEDDLE THEIR DRUGS AND MAYHEM THERE. I HAVE NO TIME AND OR TOLERANCE FOR THESE LOW LIFE PIECE OF @#$% MOPES.

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