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first crip & blood gang in new york

Unread post by MIDTOWN SB » June 9th, 2006, 2:33 pm

what gangs was they?

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Unread post by kg_loco1 » June 10th, 2006, 12:06 am

first established loc set was r30z H.M.C. (in ny in general) bloods prolly ntgs i think gkb came after dem niccaz

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Unread post by MIDTOWN SB » June 10th, 2006, 8:19 pm

so does r30s hmc have connects with r30 ohc out here in la? and gkb started in new york right?

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Unread post by zip3ace » June 11th, 2006, 12:06 pm

- hm

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Unread post by kg_loco1 » June 11th, 2006, 7:12 pm

-hm? :?

cant even call it about 30z fam gkb/gshine a ecb set

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Unread post by zip3ace » June 11th, 2006, 10:12 pm

i was just markin the thread so i can get to it easier later.

in regards to b's and c's, i heard Rollin 30's Harlem Mafia was the first set period. As for damuz, i kant kall it. I was told that there were pirus on the island before UBN.

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Unread post by jeff » June 12th, 2006, 1:23 pm

i have a source magazine from 1993 that has a feature on an NYC gang truce. there is mention of crips and some other gangs in there, not the bloods though.

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Unread post by BG MLOCO » June 12th, 2006, 2:01 pm

YEA THEY DO HAVE LA CONNECTIONS, AND BESIDES THEM THERE WAS ALSO 74 HOOVER, 59 HOOVER, 95 BK'S, ETGC, ROLLING 60'S CAME AFTERWARDS.

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Unread post by BlueCadillaC167 » June 13th, 2006, 10:36 pm

Ayo Jeff, I aint never hear of any gang truce in NYC. I think there was one in Jersey a couple years ago.

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Unread post by Qdawg » June 13th, 2006, 10:37 pm

hit the pavement & find out yahself

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Unread post by youngwun » December 12th, 2006, 9:09 pm

BlueCadillaC167 wrote:Ayo Jeff, I aint never hear of any gang truce in NYC. I think there was one in Jersey a couple years ago.
I heard about a Jersey truce too. Didn't list no set names though. Media likes to just call the red side Bloods and the blue side Crips.

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Unread post by 'X' » December 12th, 2006, 9:26 pm

youngwun wrote:
I heard about a Jersey truce too. Didn't list no set names though. Media likes to just call the red side Bloods and the blue side Crips.
Here's a old article on the truce bruthas got going N.J., based on the "signed agreement" the gangs that were with the truce were...(this is how they spelled the names)

103 grape st
hoover five duece
111 n hood
eight trey
rolling 60
602 mob piru
nine three gangsters
brick city brims

Piecing the peace together
by C.M.
Jun 10, 2004

Newark gangs sign treaty to end hostility, agree to Bring the Peace
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(L-R) Bu of the Bloods, Face of the Crips and Midi of the Bloods.


The fatal shooting of an innocent bystander last April prompted the community here to band together and send a message that the violence that has besieged the city had to end. During a vigil in honor of Cheryl Green, a group of residents and community organizations said they hoped the message would affect someone enough that it would produce some serious changes. Apparently, it did.

On the heels of their historic May 22 ceasefire, gangs here stood before about 150 residents of the Baxter Terrace Houses, Newark Councilman Charles Bell and tried to live up to the principle of their agreement by asking for forgiveness and pledging to clean up the community.

“I apologize about any situation that happened because of something we started,” said Face. The 33-year-old Crips member said he was concerned about innocent bystanders who are being killed because of gang-related warfare.

Promoting Saving Our Selves Inc., an organization he started in April with fellow Crips member, Blaze, Ali of the Bloods and Byron “Boogie” Kelley, he said it was a gang prevention and intervention organization for at-risk youngsters. “A lot of people feel we’re content with what’s going on,” he said, but Face says he’s determined to change that perception.

Face realizes that it will take a lot more than words to change people’s perception about gangs and, for the moment at least, it appears that some are giving them the opportunity to do just that.

One person willing to lend his time and talents to the efforts of S.O.S, Inc. is Councilman Bell. After meeting with both sides in April, the councilman said he thought the gangs were headed in the right direction and vowed to do what he could to help them keep the peace. He urged the residents of the housing development to give the gangs their support because “no one else is willing to step up and pledge to do what they’re doing.”

With the conviction that the young men are sincere in their call for peace, but need alternatives to what they’re doing, Mr. Bell has worked to help some gang members secure jobs for the first time in their lives.

“We need to give these young men a chance,” he said. There is a $5 billion construction program in Newark that needs to be utilized that can help the gang members learn trades and work their way up if they want.” With the support of the mayor’s office, the city council and various community leaders, the councilman believes the gangs will be very successful in whatever they do.

It is the access to resources like these that is a key component to having any truce stick, says long-time gang activist Rodney Daley.

“The science of what is really going on gets covered over,” he said. Mr. Daley, who has worked for over 20 years with gangs and runs a rehabilitation and prevention program for Boston youngsters, contends that there is a very sinister and dangerous dynamic that is involved with truces of this magnitude. As he explains it, the Newark gangs must now be careful of outside influences that may threaten the peace process. Gangs, according to Mr. Daley, are “a way of life for some people.”

Whenever the culture is threatened, there will be forces that will try to maintain the status quo. To diminish the effects of any possible retribution from other gangs, Mr. Daley says communication is of the utmost importance.

Those involved in formulating the Newark truce says the lines of communication have always been wide open since the first attempts at a truce were made in 2002.

“The truce will be maintained by strengthening relationships with different leaders throughout the city and utilizing the agreement and different mediators,” said David Muhammad. Newark Deputy Mayor Ras Baraka and Mr. Muhammad went as far as to go to Los Angeles to study a prevention program run by former Crips member Aqeela Sherrills. They returned to Newark and later brought Mr. Sherrills and Doc, another Crips, in an attempt to formulate a plan for a treaty here. A member of the Bloods was supposed to also make the trip but missed his flight. Although their plans didn’t work at the time, Mr. Baraka and Mr. Muhammad continued to work on a plan to get the gangs together by employing various organizations and holding different events, including a basketball game last summer.

Finally, in March, the two gangs decided to meet to iron out differences. While meetings were taking place, Ms. Green was killed when someone fired at the Crips, missed and struck her. The gangs said that was the point when they had enough.

News of the truce has reached as far as Los Angeles and plans are being developed now for some of the gang members instrumental in the truce to visit the founder of the Crips, Stanley “Tookie” Williams, who now is awaiting execution on death row. (Damn)

Since signing the truce, S.O.S, Inc. has received much unexpected attention. Some churches have requested the young men to speak to their congregations. After witnessing the ceasefire agreement, the superintendent of Newark Public Schools, Marion Bolden, completely revamped a “Keeping the Summer Safe” program slated for June at the Newark Symphony Hall and invited only members of S.O.S., Inc. to speak to ministers, politicians and businesspersons who have access to badly needed resources.

To Blaze, the recognition is the kind he is now welcoming. “Not a lot of people can relate to what we’re going through,” he said. “We have something to offer, so I’m glad we’re getting recognized, because we’re trying to incorporate what we know.”

But there is another kind of recognition that Blaze and other gang members are receiving that they don’t welcome. According to Blaze, a day prior to the tenants’ meeting he was arrested for two outstanding parking tickets, but was subsequently questioned by the police department’s gang unit about why tensions did not exist between himself and a gang member from another group.

Asked if he thought his arrest and interrogation had any connection to the ceasefire, he said, “Of course it does. They want me to step to this other brother, but I’m not going there.”

Another gang member who identified himself only as Kister, said he received a police summons the morning of the tenants’ meeting, claiming that his car was used during a robbery at the time the gangs met to sign the ceasefire. “Why do I need to rob somebody?” he asked. The Blood member is happy to be alive after returning home from serving time in prison. Though he says he has tried to stay free from trouble, it has found him. He wore the scars of a recent skull surgery after being shot twice at point-blank range. One bullet struck him in the head and the other is still lodged in his arm. Kister believes the conflict was started by someone trying to get the two gangs to start a war, but he was able to talk to the Crips and discovered that they were not involved in the conflict.

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Unread post by TwoGlockz » December 13th, 2006, 11:11 am

BlueCadillaC167 wrote:Ayo Jeff, I aint never hear of any gang truce in NYC. I think there was one in Jersey a couple years ago.
Their was a gang truce in nyc like back in 1999 or 2000 i think between the b-dogz and kings in olypmia heights.

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Unread post by BlueCadillaC167 » December 13th, 2006, 1:26 pm

I hear that. The Blood and Kings around my way be talkin bout that 5 Love ish.

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Unread post by Qdawg » December 13th, 2006, 1:34 pm

[quote="BlueCadillaC167"]I hear that. The Blood and Kings around my way be talkin bout that 5 Love ish.[/quote]

when i 1st told you about kings/bloods doing the 5 love in the bronx you was like you never heard of nothing like that now i guess it just happened around last week on 167th huh

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Unread post by BlueCadillaC167 » December 13th, 2006, 1:43 pm

LoL that shit ain't crack off last week. Me and my Loc peeped it since last summer. But it all good cuzz they ain't bout nothin. They stay on they side of the hood and we stay in ours.

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Unread post by NICKELS » October 7th, 2007, 1:47 am

FIRST IS ROLLING 30'S CRIPS................AS FAR AS BLOODS WHO KNOWS , CAUSE - NINE TREY GANGTERS IS NOT A REAL BLOOD SET .....ITS MADE UP WITH A LINE TO NOBODY THAT FAKE OG MACK CAME UP WITH

, SO IT COULD BE T.RODGERS STONE NATION

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Unread post by BG MLOCO » October 8th, 2007, 11:44 am

TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE HERE IS THE FIRTS B AND C SETS
BLUE
R30 HMC
95 BK
G STONE
823 GC
823 SGC
95 BK
KC-1
ETG
KGC
59 HOOVER, 52 HOOVER
BUTLER BLOCC COMPTON CRIP
SOUTH SIDE CRIP GANG


RED
NTG
VALENTINE BLOOD
SMM
OETGB
GKB
MOB
MOB PIRU
GUNZ GANGSTERS
BLACK P STONE NATION
THERE IS NO ORDER JUS THESE ARE THE FIRST I SEEN ENCOUNTERED AND HAD PROBLEMS WITH

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Unread post by NYpueblobishop » October 9th, 2007, 6:36 am

i was introduced into gang lifestyle in 88" in NY and then later on in the early 90's by family out west

back in 91 " there was crippin 30's and after the mid 90's there was the " non " official 9tray claimin bloods , but " officially it had to be t.rodgers people .....but i did hear from my nigga thats 5 nation , there was one nigga from out west claimin piru on the island , visiting family here in NY , but he turned out to be a coward/buster when the war popped off with the P.R.

anybody running the street at this time knows ....those were the first west claimng gangs in NY,

later after 97 " the suspect sets started popping up all over

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Unread post by BG MLOCO » October 9th, 2007, 12:05 pm

its funny how everyone gets at ny for gangs when they are in 50 states, anyway i got family and friends out west, so i had some sorta knowledge of gangs out there, in 93 my step father got knocked and he came home sliced, said some bloods he was beefing with that was late 93 thats when i first heard of them, and later in 95 my best friends cuzzn was a top g from r30 hmc.

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