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Thursday, 11 March 2010

head of the Bloods street gang in Poinciana filmed himself two years ago to impart his thoughts on the threat of world domination by secret societies.


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Gang leader Michael Rigby escaped a month ago from the county jail but anyone looking for him can find him on YouTube.The 21-year-old head of the Bloods street gang in Poinciana filmed himself two years ago to impart his thoughts on the threat of world domination by secret societies.

"I been reading a lot of books and I pieced it, figured it all out," Rigby said, holding up to the camera the back of $1 bill to show the eye-and-pyramid symbol. "This is the all-seeing eye of Lucifer, A.K.A., The Devil, Satan…These people worship the devil."


When Rigby escaped, the Osceola County Sheriff's Office said nothing of his gang ties and later denied his leadership role despite court records stating Rigby is "known to be the leader of the ‘Bloods' gang sector in the Poinciana area."The sheriff's office routinely declines to identify gang members or alert the public about specific gang-related crimes, saying publicity fosters gang membership. The county has 20 different street gangs with 579 documented gang members, according to the agency.On Wednesday, the sheriff's office mistakenly denied it participated the previous night in a sweep targeting gang members and violent offenders on felony probation in nine Central Florida counties.An agency spokeswoman said she had thought it was a routine probation check until the state Department of Corrections announced that the sweep "focused on gang members."Dressed for the camera in the Bloods' identifying color, red, Rigby speaks for eight minutes on the video titled "The Hoodlamb Ghost."
The video ends with an arrest photo of Adam Maniaza, who was once prosecuted with Rigby.Maniaza is now serving five years in prison for an August 2007 home invasion and stabbing that Rigby was accused of planning, records show.All charges were dropped against Rigby, despite Maniaza and a witness telling the court that Rigby pistol-whipped one of the home-invasion victims, court records show.
It could not be learned if Maniaza belonged to the Bloods.Rigby was being held in maximum security at the Osceola County Jail on multiple counts of attempted first-degree murder.Officials say he escaped Feb. 19 by removing a toilet and sink from his cell wall and burrowing his way to freedom.Now Rigby is one Florida's most-wanted fugitives. The U.S. Marshals Service is leading the search because investigators think Rigby left Florida within hours of the escape in a getaway car provided by his father.As a result of the escape, 21 jail employees face discipline, including suspension and termination. The disciplinary decisions are expected to be released Friday.


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