Skip to comments.Historic Latino Gang Truce (bet you feel safer now)
Posted on 06/05/2012 5:59:19 AM PDT by tellw
A truce between two of the largest street gangs in the world went into effect this week. M-S-13 and 18th street signed a peace accord earlier this month in the capital of El Salvador. Representatives from both gangs said the truce was a gesture of good will for the people of El Salvador at a time when the country has been ravaged by crime and violence. In Los Angeles, dozens of gang interventionists and current and former gang members gathered to lend their support for the peace process.
Pacificas Ernesto Arce files this report from Los Angeles.
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Peeeeeeace!! Can I stick a flower in the end of their guns?
Why does the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact come to mind? It just seems like a more efficient way to go after the people who are not in the gangs.
“Jess...we resolve to only whack Gringos now”
Are they going to unite against the rest of us now?
Ha! A tattoo menagarie that says, “I will never have a W-2.”
Wonder if the zetas are about to join the gang truce?
Signed a peace accord?
They can write?
We need to round up the gang members, stuff them into 53’ containers, take the containers out to sea, and dump them, still locked, over the Continental Shelf.
End of story.
There will a truce until the next drug debt is not paid. Than the driver by’s, home invasions, will all resume.
In Los Angeles, dozens of gang interventionists and current and former gang members gathered to lend their support for the peace process.
Wonder what the other 158 gangs in LA think about it?.
Why wasn’t the government there to deport these savage bastards????
Gee this is great.
They’re basically agreeing to divide up territory so they can act against citizens without distractions from the other guys.
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