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Thursday, 6 May 2010

Gang activity in the Mecklenburg Co. jail - WBTV 3 News, Weather, Sports, and Traffic for Charlotte, NC-

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Gang activity in the Mecklenburg Co. jail - WBTV 3 News, Weather, Sports, and Traffic for Charlotte, NC-: "self-professed Gangster Disciple in Charlotte -- says is very much the case. He says in his '7 or 8' stops in prison (he couldn't remember exactly how many times he'd been behind bars), he has recruited ten people to be a part of the Gangster Disciples
'It's not hard to find Gangster Disciples,' said this inmate, who would only give his street name of 'Dreads'. 'There was a few in Charlotte when I first got here. But you have recruit, build and expand.'
One of those places 'Dreads' recruits, he admits, is Mecklenburg County's jail. It's easier to find good gang members there, he says, because you see how tough someone is by looking at their charges.
'I'll be like, 'Man, this dude been robbing banks. I could use him.' He already going to rob banks when he get back out so why not put him down with my set when he go out there and rob a bank, he's going to get me some money.'"

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