California Exports Gangs to High Schools

by CalWatchdog Staff | March 30, 2012 1:16 pm

[1]John Seiler:

Well, one part California’s economy is booming, even exporting to other states: The Crips gang[2]:

“The Crips, one of the largest and most violent street gangs in the United States, has spread its network of crime into high schools across the country, including Virginia[3], where gang leaders recruited young girls as prostitutes with promises of “lots of money” and then maintained their allegiance through beatings, threats, assaults and an endless supply of drugs.

“With over 35,000 members in an estimated 800 individual gangs or “sets” in more than 30 states and 120 cities, the Crips recruited the girls — some of them runaways — after approaching them on the street or at Metro stations and by making contact with them through Facebook[4] and

“Most of the girls are 15 and 16 who, according to documents unsealed Thursday in U.S. District Court in Alexandria[5], became reluctant to report their “pimps” to the police after what law enforcement authorities described as violent and frequent beatings and threats.”

It gives a whole new meaning to President Bush’s “No Child Left Behind[6].”

According to Wikipedia’s article on the Crips:

They were founded in Los Angeles, California, in 1969 mainly by Raymond Washington and Stanley Williams.

For his murders, “Tookie” Williams was executed by the state of California in 2005.

This is another reason to shut down the government schools. Teach your kids at home, or at private schools. Even wandering wild in the streets they would be less likely to get roped into crime than if they’re forced into the Gang Factories called public schools.

March 30, 2012


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  3. Virginia: /topics/virginia-attorney/
  4. Facebook: /topics/facebook/
  5. U.S. District Court in Alexandria: /topics/us-district-court-in-alexandria/
  6. No Child Left Behind:

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