Street Gangs´s Peru

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Street Gangs´s Peru

Unread post by T3RRUK0 » August 8th, 2009, 8:59 pm

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Lima slum"Cerro San Cristobal" most dangerous controled by armed drug gangs.

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Peruvian "brave bars" that are subdivided in hundreds of numerous groups of criminal gangs.



Street Gangs´s Peru

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In Peru the phenomenon of the gang becomes more well-known in the middle of years 90. The first studies revealed at that time that in the zones convulsed by the terrorism and the drug trafficking as it is the case of Huamanga, Ayacucho more than 4 000 thousand young people of 13 to 24 years were tie to gangs. Barras in Peru is born by year 1980 (she is one of but the old ones in South America after the Argentineans) a bar from soccer this composing by followers, supporters and fantaticos of a soccer equipment who not only are satisfied to going to the stage and sitting down, if not which they sing and they do one " fiesta" in the tribune to encourage to its equipment. By agno 1990 they are born " Bars bravas" in Peru that was the same bars of the years 80' s but active and much more violent. The only existing rivalry is against the bars of the other equipment. For the year 2000 I already arrive myself at the ends to shoot until killing the members of the other bars. The bars in Lima estan conformed by young people of different social classes, of all the sectors of the city, different races and with different professions or aspirations in the life. Only the common thing that they have is that all share the same feeling towards a same equipment of soccer, and unites them to this in the stage, we will say that it is like a gangster brotherhood. At present all the Peruvian bars have many gang members and drug dealers. At the moment it is in the capital cities of departments where the gangs continue proliferating. The phenomenon extends in Trujillo, Huancayo, Arequipa, Cusco, Chimbote, Chiclayo, Iquitos, Huamanga and Lima. Although neither the National Police nor the Public Ministry have exact registries on the number of these groupings knows that in Lima and Pebble the gangs happen of 300 armed groups that seed the terror every day. According to police information in year 2000; 390 gangs concerning Lima and Pebble with about 12.795 members existed. In the 2003 east number there was handicapped considerably registering 149 gangs and about 5.200 members that exert their dominion in the city. Whatever are not known are, but they add thousands. They appear at night. They send stones, they break moons, they shoot, they devastate yet what she crosses herself in the way. Sometimes by revenge but almost always to want to impose the dominion on other groups to which it is tried to demonstrate superiority, greatness, skill, ability and great power. They appear in groups. They are organized. They have its own codes of conduct. When somebody of the group is victim, they regroup and they march with knives, grenades, machetes, guns, pistols and revolvers in search of the aggressor. When they locate to the enemy the declaration military finishes in boisterous street fights or whole family shootings forcing to remain within its houses not to be attacked or victimadas. Some call "pirañas" but they know them to the majority like gangsters. It is defined to them as marginal drug dealers and classify themselves to them like children of the internal war, the poverty and the familiar disintegration that proliferates in the urban zones.



Gangs War: The Peruvian National Police has identified in Lima & Callao 500 street gangs.

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Gangs of CALLAO: Juventud Rosada,Callao Terror,Los Barracones,Los Malditos,Los Sicarios, Centenario, Corongo, Los Gallos, Los Lobos, Los Genocidas, Los Boxer's, Chucuito, Loreto Cuadras 8,9,10,11,12,13 y 14,Los Noles de Loreto, Los Feroces del Loreto, Los Malditos de Castilla, Las Fresas, Los Alamos, Los Carozis, Los de Angamos...



Gangs of LIMA NORTH: Los Salvajes, Los Vikingos, La Bulla, Los Mutantes, Los Zorros, Los Verdugos Los Diablos Junior, Dengues, Los Bravos de la Ensenada, Los Canes, Los Demonios, Los Buitres del Mar, Los Pitucos de la Alborada, Los Diablos, Los Tigres de Zapallal, Los Pistacos, Los Cirujanos, Los Narcos del 11, Los Miserables, Los Terribles, Los Malditos, Los Nacis, Los Anormales, Los Vagabundos, Los Navarrete, Canchita Invasión, Los Garos, La Calle, La Cripta, Las Chachitas, Los Clavitos, La Pamada, Zona Payet, Los Bravos de Camilo, Barra Brava Trinchera Norte, Húsares de Junín, Los Cuernavaca, Los Fay, Los Gemelos, Los Vagos, Los Pacharacos, Los Inocentes...





Pandillas de LIMA CENTER: Los Vikingos, Los Fugitivos, Los Satánicos, Los Rebeldes, Los Puercos, Cercado Grone, Los Pumas, Sabotaje, Los Drogos, Los Sicarios, Holocausto, Necropsia, Los Foxis, Los del Cerro, Los Dumbos, Infierno, Los Rangers, Paradero 11, Paradero 15, Paradero 16, Los Tigres, El Calvario, Los Perros, Los Cirujanos, Los Inkortables, Los Guerreros, La Tropa, Los Fatales, Los Aliados, Holocausto, Apocalipsis, Pavos, Furtivos, Los de Breña, La Muralla, Los Genocidas...






Gangs LIMA SOUTH: Los de la Zona K, Los Zombies, Los de María, Los Chancros, Los Blacks, Los Invasores, Los Elegantes, Los Chicos Malos, Los Chancas, Los Chacales, Los Zagitarios, Los Turris, Los de la 96, Los Locos, Los Intocables, Los Violadores, Los Bravos, Los Príncipes, Los Satánicos, La Loza, El Pozo, Los Bondadosos, Los Sicarios, Los Ilegales, Chumas, Los Beibis, Los Chamanes, Los Dulces, Los Rojos, Los Buitres, Las Malguas, Los Berrocales, Los Chávez, Los Beylis, Los Pescadores, Los de Bolívar...





Gangs of LIMA EAST: El Cartel de San Cosme, Los Terribles, Los de García Naranjo, Los de Raymondi, Locura, Agustinorte, Euforia, Las Americas, La Pólvora, Los Vagos, Los Caníbales, Los Reyes, Los Mandingos, Los Radicales, Los Dagas, Los Temibles, Refugio, Aliento, Los Vencedores, Piratas, Los Mafiosos, Los Vikingos, Los Chivis, Infierno Central, Los Intimos, Trinchera Norte, Los Intocables, Los Temibles, Los Traviesos...







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Gang´s war.


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Commando SUAT-Peruvian National Police (Peruvian Swat).


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The SUAT commandos by the Peruvian National Police Special Forces(Counter Gang & Organized Crime) in counter street gangs operations.

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Unread post by T3RRUK0 » August 8th, 2009, 9:10 pm

Weapons most used by peruvan street gangs.

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Unread post by MMRbkaRudog » August 8th, 2009, 9:18 pm

I saw a lot of home made weapons in 1 foto. Are those used a lot in the streets over there?

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MMRbkaRudog wrote:I saw a lot of home made weapons in 1 foto. Are those used a lot in the streets over there?
Yeah, but also we used automatics handguns....& sometimes used grenades...

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Unread post by T3RRUK0 » August 29th, 2009, 3:19 pm

MORE HOME MADE GUNS...

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Unread post by Silencioso » September 24th, 2009, 12:36 pm

Peruvian gangs seem more like European type gangs than anything else, with the soccer hooligan connection. Definately not Mexican or US type gangs.

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Unread post by T3RRUK0 » April 20th, 2010, 8:03 pm

Silencioso wrote:Peruvian gangs seem more like European type gangs than anything else, with the soccer hooligan connection. Definately not Mexican or US type gangs.
But also they listen to Hip Hop and they kill whit handguns and they are very dangerous gangs in South America.....

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Unread post by Sentenza » April 21st, 2010, 11:03 am

Thanks man! Very interesting.

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Unread post by sickside » April 21st, 2010, 11:48 am

the ghettoness is wild..because the world is a ghetto..thats real

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These two pictures are from Brazil

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