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"Bloods"

Bloods/United Blood Nation (East Coast Blood Nation)
History

GANGSTA411.COM LIKE BREADBy late 1971 the Avalon Garden Crips and the Inglewood Crips joined forces with the other crip sets. The Crips began to expand to non-Crip gang territories. The L.A. Brims which began in 1969 on the Westside were a powerful street gang, but they were not Crips, and the Blood alliance had not been established. Several gangs which eventually became part of the Blood family had already existed though.
 

There were also the Piru Street Boys in Compton, the Bishops, Athens Park Boys and the Denver Lanes. The Pirus, which are Bloods now, actually hung out with the Crips prior to 1972. For a short time they were known as the Piru Street Crips, and they also wore the traditional blue rags (bandana) as part of their attire.
 

During the summer of 1972, the Crips from Compton, and the Pirus had a conflict, and an all out rumble ensued. The Pirus were out numbered, and the Crips prevailed. The Pirus wanted to terminate peaceful relations with the Crips so they turned to the Lueders Park Hustlers for back-up. They agreed and a meeting was called on Piru Street. The Crips had murdered an L.A. Brim member earlier that year, so the Pirus asked the Brims to attend the meeting too. Others that attended were the Denver Lanes, and the Bishops1.
 

How to combat Crip intimidation was discussed along with the creation of a new alliance to counter the Crips. At that time the color of bandannas was not important, but since the Crips were known to wear blue bandanas, the Pirus and the other groups decided to discontinue the wearing of blue bandannas. They decided to take on the wearing of an opposite color, red, and created a united organization which later became known as the Bloods. The Pirus, Brims, Athens Park Boys, and Pueblos decided to unite with the Bloods, and soon after, other groups who had been threatened or attacked by Crips joined the Bloods.
 

Development

The United Blood Nation, simply called the Bloods, formed in 1993, within the New York City jail system on Rikers Island's GMDC (George Mochen Detention Center), sometimes called C-73. GMDC was used to segregate problem inmates from the rest of the detention center. Prior to this time period, the Latin Kings were the most prevalent and organized gang in the NYC jail system. The Latin Kings, with mostly Hispanic members, were targeting African American inmates with violence. These African American inmates, organized by some of the more violent and charismatic inmates, formed a protection group which they called the United Blood Nation. This United Blood Nation, which was actually a prison gang, was emulating the Bloods street gangs in Los Angeles, California. Several of the leaders of this recently created prison gang formed eight original Blood sets to recruit in their neighborhoods across New York City. These original sets were: Mad Stone Villains (MSV), Valentine Bloods (VB), Nine Trey Gangsters (NTG), Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB), One Eight Trey (183) Bloods, Hit Squad Brims (HSB), Blood Stone Villains (BSV) and Sex, Money and Murder (SMM).
 

By 1996, thousands of members of the Blood street gang were establishing themselves as a formidable force among gangs and continued a steady drive for recruitment. At this time, the bloods were more violent than other gangs but much less organized. Numerous slashings (razor blade or knife attacks) were reported during robberies and discovered to be initiations into the Bloods. This Blood in ritual became the trademark for the Bloods. Bloods recruited throughout the East Coast and began spreading their drug networks rapidly. Blood gangs can be found in the New York City area, Upper New York State, New Jersey, Baltimore, Hagerstown, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Connecticut to name a few.
 

Recently, Blood gangs have become a favorite target of Law Enforcement because of their connection to violence. Bloods will commit violence against other Blood sets and there is no direct Regional or National leadership or connections. According to some sources, East Coast Bloods and West Coast Bloods conducted a series of meetings in 1999 and formed the United Blood Nation as a way to align all Blood gangs as one Nation for the purposes of power and unity. This alleged unification resulted in the Bloods referring to themselves as Damu, a Swahili word synonymous for Blood.
 

Bloods refer to each other as Dawg (DOGS). They will burn an upside down triangular shape, looking like a dog paw, on their upper arm. The three circular burns, usually from a cigarette, can be found on a member of the bloods. Some Bloods will have a tattoo of a dog, usually a bulldog, like the Mack Truck logo. Bloods will also use the acronym M.O.B. (Member of Blood or Money Over Bitches) to identify themselves. This can be seen as a burn scar or sometimes a tattoo. The Bloods have recently, in the year 2000, become more involved and connected to their People Nation affiliation.
 

These gang members are predominately Black, however, the Bloods have accepted other ethnic groups into the gang. Hispanics, Whites, Greeks, and Chinese member have been identified. In New York City jails, approximately 9% of the Bloods are Hispanic. These individuals engage in activities such as drug sales, robberies, car thefts, extortions, rapes, and murders.

To gain acceptance to the gang, individuals must "Blood-in." This means they must spill someone's blood, or have their own blood spilled. There are various ways (fights, slashing, assaults against law enforcement personnel, rapes, robberies, group sex for women blooding-in) to Blood-in, but blood should be spilled. Bloods trace their history to Chicago and Los Angeles, where open territorial fights are commonplace. The Bloods arch rival gang is the Crips. West Coast Bloods will not pronounce the letter "C," and will cross it out when writing.

In New York City, the Bloods have demonstrated a propensity for violent attacks against unknowing victims. Usually, victims are slashed across the face with little or no warning of the attack. Bloods have been identified in areas throughout New York City; Brooklyn's 77Pct. (Crown Heights), Queens' 100 Pct. (Far Rockaway), and Manhattan's 28 Pct. (11th Street).

In New York City jails, the Bloods have developed a reputation as a vicious gang. They have been responsible for over 50% of the stabbings and slashings throughout the Department of Corrections during the period covering April 1, 1997 - August 31, 1997 . The Bloods (approx. 500) have grown in number to where they now outnumber both the Latin Kings (approx. 350) and the Netas (approx. 350).

Bloods refer to the United Blood Nation, which in New York City jails encompasses the these Blood sets: Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods (NTG); Miller Gnagsta Bloods (MGB); Young Bloods; Valentine Bloods (VB); Mad Dog Bloods(MDB); One Eight Trey Bloods (183); Mad Stone Bloods (MSB); Gangsta Killer Bloods (GKB); Five Nine Brims(5-9 Brims); Sex Money Murder Bloods; Blood Stone Villains (BSV). Current intelligence shows the Mad Dog Bloods set is dismantled.

Bloods can be identified by their tattoos; two burned dots over a single burned dot. This represents a dog's pawóBloods refer to themselves as "dogs." Additionally, Bloods were colors of red, or clothing identified with the basketball team the Chicago Bulls.

Besides their tattoos and clothing, the Bloods display signs and speak in codes. One such sign is to curl the thumb and index finger until the meet to from a circle. The three remaining finger are extended straight-out. This hand is then placed against the stomach area, palm of the hand face down with thumb and index finger touching the stomach (solar plexus area). Next, the hand is moved in a circular motion, turning the palm of the hand face up, touching the pinkie finger and the wrist to the mid-sto mach area.

As this process is completed, a Blood will say "031," which translates to "I have love four you, Blood." The Bloods change their codes on a regular basis, and generally revert from new codes to old. Some codes are changed in their entirety. The current listing of Bloods codes is 16 pages in length. B.L.O.O.D (Blood Love Overcomes Our Depressions

The Bloods organizational structure is:

  • 101 First Superior (this is the leader). His function is to oversee the set. This individual acts as the disciplinary officer.
  • 102 Second Superior Functions to assist and advise the First Superior and carry out the First superior's duties in his absence.
  • 103 Minister of Defense Functions to provide strategies and information to the First Superior for the operations of the set.
  • 104 Minister of Information Provides information concerning the set and its enemies.
  • 105 Head of Security Provides weapons and discipline to all members of the set.
  • 106 Commanding Officer Dictates orders as specified by the Superior.
  • 107 Captain Disseminates orders amongst the Lieutenants.
  • 108 Head Lieutenant Assists and advises the Captain, and carries out the Captain's duties in his absence.
  • 109 Lieutenant Ensures the principal soldiers carry out orders as issued by the Captain.
  • 110 Principal Soldier Complies with orders from Lieutenants, and to keep banging (fighting the enemy) at all times.

In general, every Bloods' function is to keep banging at all times. No Blood is better than the next. Each Blood is a soldier, putting in work (fighting), maintaining the superiority of all Bloods over their enemies.

Each set follow this structure, with an individual identified for each position. Because there are many different sets, the Blood leadership in the streets of New York is not strong. Different boroughs or areas are under different sets. In the jails, l eadership is strong, however individuals do attempt to form new sets so that they can assume leadership. This is however, frowned upon by the existing sets.

 kids are being influence through music, for example rappers such as 50 cent, ja rule (fke matha fuckr), snoop dog (crip), dipset (blood),the game (blood) are all influencing kids because they have this gangster appeal that make children think that being gangster is being cool, that being in gangs is cool.

The Bloods concepts of war are:

  • Always listen before you talk, look before you walk, and observe before you stalk.
  • In war, you must follow the commands of the higher rank, who is designated such because they are more, if not, better informed than you.
  • Never make important decisions while angry, because an intemperate nature can cause one to run into a brick wall. Allow time to rationalize.
  • What is pain to a warrior is but a privilege, pain, and handling pain are measures of a warrior, for to know victory is to know defeat.
  • The injuries that you inflict upon the enemy should be considered such a vicious act of terrorism ,that the damage inflicted causes the enemy to never consider revenge.
  • Never allow the enemy to live in your midst, because one day he may rise up to repay you for the mistake.
  • One must be a fox to recognize a trap, and a lion to fight and intimidate the enemy.
  • The best defense is often times a good offense.
  • There is no greater sin in war than ignorance.
  • War has no room for diplomacy, war is outright vicious.
  • Beware those around you who shout out the most, yet find time to talk during conflict. These individuals will reason with enemy.
  • In war, strive for rendering the enemy harmless, disrupting the enemy's alliances, and attacking before you are attacked.
  • Silence and observation are major weapons in defense.
  • During war, or peace, never allow you priorities to be misguided.

Bloods have a view of themselves as gangster, and as such, many have taken gang names (AKAs)of organized crime embers; Capone, Nitti, Baby Face Nel, Gambion, Scar Face.

Bloods use the letters "OG" when writing. OG is short for "original gangster."

The weapon of choice for this gang are razors, which the Bloods have proven to be experts at using. In the streets of New York, Bloods carry razor blades in their pockets, and in the jails, they have mastered the technique o

The Bloods are one of the Los Angeles, California street gangs. The Bloods are identified by the red color worn by their members. They also have a particular gang symbol (the word blood spelled with their hand). The gang is largely composed of African Americans, although the Bloods are more racially mixed than the Crips, their rivals. The Bloods are made up out of various cliques known as "sets" or "tres" (trays) between which significant differences exist such as colors, clothing and operations. Since their formation the Blood gangs have branched out throughout the United States.

History

By late 1971 the Avalon Garden Crips and the Inglewood Crips had joined forces with the other crip sets and began to engage in warfare with non-Crip sets. They began to expand to non-Crip gang territories including The L.A. Brims, a powerful street gang, beginning in 1969 on the Westside. They were targeted because they were simply not Crips, which made them a main target for Crip sets to attack. Several gangs eventually became part of the Blood family, including The Bishops, Athens Park boys, and the Denver Lanes also had conflicts with the Crips, but were outnumbered and eventually became unknown in California for a while. There were also the Piru Street Boys, who presented a powerful force in Compton, seeing how the Crips affected their neighborhoods, actually hung out with the Crips prior to 1972. For a short time they were known as the Piru Street Crips, and they also wore the traditional blue rags (bandana) and blue "Chucks" (sneakers) as part of their attire.

During the summer of 1972, the Crips, and the Pirus had a conflict, and an all out rumble ensued. The Pirus, like other northern gangs, were out numbered, and the Crips prevailed. The Pirus wanted to terminate peaceful relations with the Crips so they turned to the Lueders Park Hustlers for back-up. They agreed and a meeting was called on Piru Street. The Pirus also, invited every gang that had been targets by Crip sets to join the meeting, The Crips had murdered an L.A. Brim member earlier that year, so the Brims attended the meeting too. Others that attended were the Denver Lanes, and the Bishops.

How to combat Crip intimidation was discussed along with the creation of a new alliance to counter the Crips. At that time the color of bandannas was not important, but since the Crips were known to wear blue bandanas, the Pirus and the other groups decided to discontinue the wearing of blue bandannas. They decided to take on the wearing of an opposite color, red, and created a united organization which later became known as the Bloods. The Pirus, Brims, Athens Park Boys, and Pueblos decided to unite with the Bloods, and soon after, other gangs who had been threatened or attacked by Crips joined the Bloods.

Coastal Spread

Development The United Blood Nation, simply called the East Coast Bloods, formed in 1993, within the New York City jail system on Rikers Island's GMDC (George Mochen Detention Center), sometimes called C-73. GMDC was used to segregate problem inmates from the rest of the detention center. Prior to this time period, the Latin Kings were the most prevalent and organized gang in the NYC jail system. The Latin Kings, with mostly Hispanic members, were targeting African American inmates with violence.

These African American inmates, organized by some of the more violent and charismatic inmates, formed a protection group which they called the United Blood Nation. This United Blood Nation, which was actually a prison gang, was emulating the Bloods street gangs in Los Angeles, California. Several of the leaders of this recently created prison gang formed eight original Blood sets in Compton, and got together to recruit in their neighborhoods across New York City. These original sets were: Mad Stone Villains (MSV), Valentine Bloods (VB), Nine Trey Gangsters (NTG), Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB), One Eight Trey (183) Bloods, Hit Squad Brims (HSB), Blood Stone Villains (BSV) and Sex, Money and Murder (SMM). Thousands of members of the Blood street gang were establishing themselves as a formidable force among gangs and continued a steady drive for recruitment. At this time, the bloods were more violent than other gangs but much less organized. Numerous slashings (razor blade or knife attacks) were reported during robberies and discovered to be initiations into the Bloods. This Blood in ritual became the trademark for the Bloods. Bloods recruited throughout the East Coast and began spreading their drug networks rapidly. Blood gangs can be found in the New York City area, Upper New York State, New Jersey, Baltimore, Hagerstown, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Connecticut to name a few. Recently, Blood gangs have become a favorite target of Law Enforcement because of their connection to violence. Bloods will commit violence against other Blood sets and there is no direct Regional or National leadership or connections. According to some sources, East Coast Bloods and West Coast Bloods conducted a series of meetings in 1999 and formed the United Blood Nation as a way to align all Blood gangs as one Nation for the purposes of power and unity. They eventually became united with the Latin Kings and the Peoples Nation in 2000 after putting aside a dispute.

Bloods and hip-hop

A number of popular West Coast rappers claim to be affiliated with Bloods gangs or use speculation about their ties to gangs to generate media attention. The Game has said he was caught up in the gangs in his Cedar Block neighborhood[2]. Due to employing several known Bloods members, the media has speculated that Death Row Records CEO Suge Knight maintains an association with the gang [3]. Rapper/producer DJ Quik, also a Compton native, has talked about growing up as a member of the Tree Top Piru Bloods[4]. In 1995, Los Angeles producer Ron "Ronnie Ron" Phillips produced the self-titled debut album of the Damu Ridaz, a rap group consisting of gang members from the Denver Lane Bloods

 



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