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Friday, 24 September 2010

Latin Kings, Belizean Bloods, Two-Six Boys, Sureño 13s and Latin Dragons

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ICE Nabs 20 In Chicago Gang Roundup | Newsroom Magazine USA Edition: "Latin Kings, Belizean Bloods, Two-Six Boys, Sureño 13s and Latin Dragons
T transnational gangs remain a major problem in nearly every U.S. city. Transnational gangs differ from traditional American street gangs in that their members are foreign born and absent family connections to the communities in which they reside.
Transnational gangs, like their indigenous American counterparts, are largely financed by the illicit drug trade. Based on law enforcement reports, the transnational gangs appear to be more violent toward competing gangs as well as innocent, ordinary citizens who may come into contact with them.
Interdiction of transnational gangs is the province of local police, Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents and Homeland Security Investigations. Both ICE and HSI are policing agencies within the U.S. Department Of Homeland Security."

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