The Bloods gang does not have a specific founder, but the Pirus gang teamed up with other street gangs to form a new group to resist the influence of the Crips. The Pirus gang, also known as the Piru Street Family, was originally a subgroup of the Crips, but it became its own group after an internal gang war in the 1970s.
One of the gangs that combined with the Pirus was the Brims. The two sects recruited smaller Los Angeles groups who did not get along with the Crips. Red bandannas were adopted as the gang symbol of this new group. This gang has spread from Los Angeles to the east coast of the United States and Canada.Learn More
Many criminal offenses can deny a person entry into the United States, including murder, rape, child abuse, aggravated assault or multiple misdemeanor convictions, states the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol. Entrance is denied for any drug-related conviction.Full Answer >
The three Ls of the Gangster Disciples is a credo that stands for "love, life and loyalty." This code originated in Chicago in the 1980s.Full Answer >
Censorship started in 399 B.C. when Socrates was sentenced to death for being accused of corrupting youth. A strong need for censorship did not come about until the printing press was invented.Full Answer >
As of 2014, the case of the Zodiac Killer remains unsolved. The San Francisco Police Department and California Department of Justice claim to have investigated thousands of potential leads without being able to conclusively determine the person responsible for these infamous murders.Full Answer >