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Tuesday, 18 May 2010

Daily Star: Simply The Best 7 Days A Week :: News :: Girl gun gangs of Murder Mile

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Daily Star: Simply The Best 7 Days A Week :: News :: Girl gun gangs of Murder Mile: "BRITAIN’S streets are under attack from a new crime wave – girl gangs. The nation was shocked when pictures emerged of teenager Chloe Goodman revelling in her gangster girl reputation. She posed proudly with a machine gun and boasted about dating the lead member of a notorious inner-city gang, and “looking after some heat” – a gun – for him. But that tough-girl image crumbled when the 18-year-old, picured above, wept in court as she was jailed for three years for hiding a gun for her drug dealer boyfriend. Goodman was just 17 when she and a friend were paid £300 to look after a Smith & Wesson gun for Daniel Brown, 21, a member of Manchester gang the Lostock Crew."

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