GrizzeL wrote:I live in the sub of chicago. And I have heard that there were some small group of bloods called outlaw bloods but they only think they claim a couple streets now about the numbers of members of kings, vice lords or GD's the number for GD's are higher in the city because they are very public they want to make sure every member is known now the Vice Lords are not as big as you think they have of members that flip or just go away and the Latin Kings are the only gang that have members that are very public but if it wasn't for its not known members or its
wanna-bes the gang would not have as much power. But mostly I think the crips are bloods are alot different then the gangs in chicago for one thing some sets of bloods fight bloods and some sets of crips fight crips. And maybe I don't understand the meaning of the names but in chicago you dont rivals with the same gang and if you do they don't make it public because that would make them look weak by not being able to control there own gang and the whole point of Folks and Peoples was to help the people in prison to make more money before there was the 2 alliences it was mostly based on race well mostly besides the big fighting between the Imperial Gangsters and the Latin Kings
The Outlaw Bloods are a local Asian (mostly Cambodian) gang. They just use the "Blood" name for recognition, they're not really connected to the Bloods on the west coast at all. As for individual nations in Chicago not in-fighting, that's just not true. Latin Kings, Gangster Disciples, Vice Lords, Black P Stones...all these gangs have been fighting amongst themselves for years now. Just as an example; Unknown Vice Lords vs. Traveler Vice Lords..."Chief Malik" Black P. Stones vs. "Ruben Night" Black P. Stones, & so forth. Folks and People affiliations hold little, to no, weight on the streets anymore as it is. Latin Kings don't even consider themselves to be People anymore, they're locked in a heavy war with the Vice Lords. So in that sense, it's a lot like L.A., every man for himself.