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  • Gage Maravilla

    The Gage Maravilla (GMV) or Gage Maravilla Rifa (GMVR) are a Hispanic-American gang, based in East Los Angeles, California. Formed in the 1980s, the Gage Maravilla spawned two different cliques, the Maravilla Rifa (older generation) and Gage Boys (younger generation). Members are known to wear apparel by the Green Bay Packers to signify their affiliation with the Gage Maravilla. Like many […] More

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  • D.C. Blacks

    Despite being a major player in the United States prison system, little is known about the history of the D.C. Blacks. The group probably originated in the late 60s or early 70s, when African-Americans began to come together and protect each other while in prison. Similar gangs such as the Black Guerrilla Family also belong […] More

  • Toonerville Rifa 13

    The Toonerville Rifa 13 are a primarily Mexican-American gang hailing out of Atwater Village, in North-East Los Angeles. According to some, the group has been around ever since the 1930s, when several Mexican immigrants came together to face the challenges of their new life in the United States. First known as the Latin Souls, this […] More

  • Culver City Boys

    The Culver City Boys (CCB) or Culver City Boys 13 (CCB13) are a mainly Mexican-American street gang which came into existence in the late 1960s. Originally from Culver City, the group swiftly moved to occupy Mar Vista, Venice, and other parts of the Los Angeles Area. By the early 1970s, the Mar Vista Gardens housing […] More

  • Almighty Imperial Gangsters

    The Almighty Imperial Gangsters (AIG) or Almighty Imperial Gangsters Nation (AIGN), formerly known as the Imperial Gangsters (IG) are a large predominantly, but not exclusively, Puerto-Rican street gang founded around the Logan Square (Motherland) neighborhood on the North Side of Chicago, Illinois. Foundation and Early History  The rise of the Almighty Imperial Gangsters drew from […] More

  • Zoe Pound (Miami)

    The Zoe Pound, originally from the Little Haiti area in Miami, Florida, is a Haitian gang born in 1992. Many of its affiliates considered it… More

  • The LOTT 13

    The LOTT Stoners (TLS), also known as The Lott Stoners 13, Varrio Lott, The Lott Boys, or simply The Lott 13 are a long-standing predominantly Mexican-American street gang that originated in East Los Angeles. Born out of the Los Angeles Stoner Era, during which large groups of Hispanics would spend a considerable amount of time […] More

  • Sotel 13

    The Sotel 13 (S13/SX3) or Sotel Trece, formerly known as Thee Falcons, are a long-standing Mexican-American street gang in the Sawtelle neighborhood of West Los Angeles,… More

  • Asian Street Walkers

    The Asian Street Walkers (ASW), also known as the Dub Gang, a Crip gang composed mostly of, but not exclusively, Cambodian Americans, claimed the East Side… More

  • Trinitarios

    The Trinitarios (3NI), also called Trinitarians are the largest Dominican-American prison and street gang located on the East Coast of the United States, with subsets… More

  • Venice 13

    Foundation and Early History Following the tearing of Mexican American and immigrant communities by the 405th Freeway, many emigrated to Oakwood. The city and its… More

  • Santa Monica 13

    The Santa Monica 13 (SMG), also known as Santa Monica Trece or SMG (for Santa Monica Gang), are a Chicano street gang based in the… More

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