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Old March 13th, 2019, 11:04 PM #1
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Where are our 2019 anti gang bills?

As I ponder the jobs our MGA are doing and after a statehouse discussion with Senator Lee, I ask myself as I hear her voice responding, " we need to make laws, right?" what kind of laws would each of the infringers deem UBER critical to propose if they had their own up close and personal encounter with a hoard of cop killers like in El Salvador MS13 gang members? Or better yet, since this already happened in William Wirt Middle School in Riverdale

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“We now have two to three fights per day,” one school employee told the paper, who didn’t reveal his name over fears to lose the job or be targeted by the gang. “At this point, it’s completely out of control.”

School teachers claimed at least a dozen of members of the gang are in the school. The violent activities prompted the school to call the police over 70 times in the 2017-2018 school year.

If anyone knows what kind of Democrat sponsored Gang Qualification License laws that have been proposed to protect we Marylanders from evil gangs, I would love to read them.
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More MS 13 Violence

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2006 article I believe. Check out Barbara Mikulski's comment. Elijah is mentioned too



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Gang activity up 67% in Mont County Good video in the link below explains how MONT CO does not honor the ICE detainer requests to inform ICE when a Illegal/Gang banger is released. Go figure.

http://www.fox5dc.com/news/local-new...from-last-year
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From this article.

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More than 70 members of the transnational gang MS-13 have been arrested in Anne Arundel County over a three-year period, with officials saying there are as many as 200 in the region.

County Executive Steve Schuh made the announcement Monday as county officials touted a $550,000 grant from Gov. Larry Hogan to combat gangs. The Annapolis Police Department was given $285,869, according to the Office of Crime Control and Prevention, which awarded the grants.

The grants are part of the governor’s Maryland Criminal Intelligence Network, or MCIN. It will include 13 other municipalities and counties to make what officials say will be more cohesive communication and data sharing to curb gang-related crime.

“So the MCIN program is a great way for us … to get better and stronger in the fight and to fight the people who profit, the head of the snake that profits from creating and maintaining criminal organizations that either push poison out into the community or prey upon innocents,” Anne Arundel Police Chief Timothy Altomare said.

Monday was one of the few times county officials have addressed the gang directly after police arrested suspected MS-13 members tied to three murders of Annapolis-area residents.


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Officers have arrested alleged MS-13 members linked to Maryland crimes in New York and North Carolina. A Severn man was charged with going to Texas on behalf of the gang to beat a man who angered the gang.

About a dozen people, including at least two minors, have been arrested for the murders of Jennifer Rivera-Lopez, Jose Hernandez-Portillo and Neris Giovani Bonilla-Palacios. They were Annapolis area residents found buried in makeshift graves in Crownsville and around the city.
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Forgive me, but I am not totally up on Sanctuary cities etc, but did I read somewhere that Montgomery county likes the idea?
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https://www.justice.gov/usao-md/gangs

Reading all this sure makes me think Good and Substantial sure applies almost universally if one lives in MD.
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http://www.mcac.maryland.gov/newsroom/Gang%20News

I know I posted a lot of links, but once Senator Lee got my brain started about " we need to make laws" and it was aimed at the perceived need of gun laws to solve the safety issue, I got laser focused on one major and wide reaching threat to safe society.
It was brought up by a number of MDS members the rationale of why make more laws to criminalize something that is not the cause, when there are are thousands of laws the criminals already break and sadly get minimal punishment for and get released to commit more crimes.
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Another thing I sometimes have been impacted by are movies ( I know Hollyweird puts out a lot of crap ) but it also sometimes hits the mark and makes an eye opening statement.

Two movies that delve into the gang content that I wish more politicians would be required to see are

187 and American Me. Particularly American Me as a must must see to show just how pervasive the gangs are and how much they are responsible for the crime and violence out in our every day streets.
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