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Gang Intel for Officers: MS-13


Detroit Police Sgt. Harold Rochon, an expert gang trainer hosts this one-hour training broadcast covering everything you need to know about the MS-13 gang, from its origin to its identifiers - such as graffiti, tattoos, gang hand-signs and gang colors, to its method of recruiting, drug dealing, and plotting violent crimes in our communities.

May 06, 2010
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Tags: MS-13, Gang Intelligence


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rdavis0314 @ 7/30/2010 6:32 AM

I did a Google search and found this:

http://cdapress.com/news/national_news/article_e6c06fd7-0075-5410-8a48-4cd44e38fc29.html

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