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Prison Planet.com » Flash Mob Crimes And Organized Looting Have Become A Normal Part Of Life In America
On Saturday, more than 20 teens stormed into a trendy clothing store in Chicago and stole more than $3,000 worth of jeans, but it barely made a blip on the national news because this kind of thing has become so common. After all, we just saw the exact same kind of thing happen in Jacksonville,Detroit, Baltimore and a whole bunch of other places. Flash mob crimes have become so common in Chicago that they take public opinion polls about them. But when I first started writing about this phenomenon a couple of years ago, hardly anyone knew what “mob robberies” were.
Last week Glenn Beck discussed the all-encompassing reach of the Nanny State as local officials have been cracking down, not on gang violence or organized crime rings, but on enterprises as innocent as children’s lemonade stands and bake-sales.
Whether America’s youth are selling their refreshments for charity, school-funds, or simply for their own mad-money and enjoyment, bureaucrats seem to be hyper-focused on dismantling what was once a cornerstone of the American experience.
The FBI Announces Gangs Have Infiltrated Every Branch Of The Military
The FBI has released a new gang assessment announcing that there are 1.4 million gang members in the US, a 40 percent increase since 2009, and that many of these members are getting inside the military (via Stars and Stripes).
The report says the military has seen members from 53 gangs and 100 regions in the US enlist in every branch of the armed forces. Members of every major street gang, some prison gangs, and outlaw motorcycle gangs (OMGs) have been reported on both US and international military installation
(Excerpt) Read more at businessinsider.com …
“Texas has become critical terrain and operational ground zero in the cartel’s efforts to expand into the United States,” the report stated.
McCaffrey said the cartels are heavily recruiting Texas gang members to help insure the transportation of drugs into the United States and cash from the sale of drugs back into Mexico. McCaffrey said the Texas Department of Public Safety estimates at least 18,000 Texas gang members are already working for the cartels, and the number of prison gangs working with the cartels increased from four to twelve in the last year.
“That is an enemy division inside Texas that is armed and criminal in nature and fueled by drug money,” McCaffrey said.
(Excerpt) Read more at click2houston.com …
Informants: FBI Ignores Border Corruption
Informants: FBI Ignores Border Corruption:
Two highly-respected whistle blowers with law enforcement backgrounds shockingly claim that the FBI is refusing “to investigate allegations that the Mexican drug cartels have corrupted U.S. law officers and politicians in the El Paso border region” after “big names” started to surface as reported by Diana Washington Valdez for the El Paso Times: “Greg Gonzales, a retired Do a Ana County sheriff‘s deputy, and Wesley Dutton, a rancher and former New Mexico state livestock investigator, said that instead of arrests and prosecutions of suspects, their whistle-blowing activities have resulted only in threats and retaliation against themselves.”
Flashmobbery in Philly: 100 Youths Storm Through City Center on Robbery & Assault Rampage
Gateway Pundit ^ | 6-29-11 | Jim Hoft
Posted on Wednesday, June 29, 2011 2:45:28 PM by Justaham