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Friday, 5 November 2010

Gangland Britain, From tea and crumpets to guns and grenades… | Street Gangs Resource Center

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Gangland Britain, From tea and crumpets to guns and grenades… | Street Gangs Resource Center: "Ten years ago, the idea that the likes of the Bloods, the Crips and the Latin Kings would one day extend their tentacles overseas to the United Kingdom would have been met with scorn and disbelief. Whereas Britain has always had its fair share of criminal activity, there is a clear distinction between organised crime groups and American-style territorial street gangs. The notion that gangsters in the UK would ever identify themselves by wearing a certain colour of clothing would have been laughable prior to the start of the twenty-first century. Fast forward a decade and the streets of London and Manchester are slowly becoming akin to those of Los Angeles and Chicago…
There are now an estimated twenty-five Blood sets and seven Crip sets in the city of London alone"

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