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(Yahoo)   Gangs in Honduras are angry and scared that the local police are treating them the way they treat others   (news.yahoo.com) divider line 41
    More: Interesting, Honduran, Honduras, 18th Street, Assistant Secretary of State, Robert Menendez, tegucigalpa, Alvarado, crew  
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2013-05-14 10:19:25 AM
Do unto others *biatchES*
 
2013-05-14 10:24:43 AM
Live by the sword...
 
2013-05-14 10:27:21 AM

namegoeshere: Live by the sword...


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2013-05-14 10:30:37 AM
GOOD!!

farking bastards deserve it! Some friends of mine were assaulted (read: Father beaten unconscious, wife was raped and beaten) and both ended up in the hospital while on a business trip by the 18th Street Gang.  They were pulled out of their cab while stopped in traffic.

Of course they were never caught.
 
2013-05-14 10:32:52 AM
Sounds like they are "Wanted: Dead or Alive".

They dun goofed.
 
2013-05-14 10:34:35 AM
I simply do things the easy way, and refrain from taking 'business trips' to third-world cesspools.

Its a LOT easier to not be mugged/beaten/raped/robbed that way.

It can still happen here in the good 'ol U S of A, yea, but the odds are much, much higher in my favor.
 
2013-05-14 10:34:38 AM
Boofarking hoo.
 
2013-05-14 10:35:28 AM
Boo hoo.
 
2013-05-14 10:38:45 AM
i.imgur.com
 
2013-05-14 10:52:32 AM
Wow, I haven't seen an Uzi like that since the 80's.
 
2013-05-14 10:53:08 AM
FTFA: ...charging extortion fees under threat of death.

DIAF assholes
 
2013-05-14 10:54:15 AM
Why does the government hate small buisnessmen? They call us "gangs", but we're just making a living on the tough streets. Sure, some of our buisness endevors may seem harsh to outsiders, but there ar no rules on the streets. However, these jackbooted police thugs are supposed to follow rules! We are supposed to get our day in court so excellent lawyers, corrupt judges and witness intimidation ensure we get proper justice. And now the police are wearing masks? How are we supposed to hold them and their families accountable for their over zealous enforcement of the unjust laws?
(Ding dong)
Hold on, there's someone at my door....
 
2013-05-14 11:01:25 AM
Y'know, they should've learned what happened when Columbian law enforcement had had enough of Pablo Escobar's crap and understood that when some people have had enough, they're going to go all New Jack City on your ass.
 
Ehh
2013-05-14 11:04:42 AM
Live as an outlaw, and the rest of the world just might go outlaw on you. Boo farking hoo.
 
2013-05-14 11:22:00 AM
This should be put into practice in the good ol' US of A.

Always been a fan of hand removal for stealing.
 
2013-05-14 11:23:47 AM
An alternate headline could be "Cops, just another gang!"
 
2013-05-14 11:38:09 AM
That's how they finally broke the back of Pablo Escobar.
 
2013-05-14 11:40:34 AM
Alvarado's mother, Norma, said police had raided her home at least six times in search of her son in a neighborhood called the United States, one of many named for a country.

"There were times when I would close the door to give him time to escape," she said. "They even came on New Year's Eve."

In the middle of the night on Feb. 14, six masked men who identified themselves as police took Alvarado's 13-year-old grandson.
She told them he was studying, that he was a good boy.


Yeah, aid and abet the gang leader, then cry when your family gets hurt.  biatch.
 
2013-05-14 11:51:31 AM
Let us hope the good folks down there can get rid of this plague upon their land.  It is probably too late, but hope these goons are forced to make 2 x, 1 cup vids.  x=each convicted gangster.  If they post it to youtube, we could all enjoy it and the click revenue might help somebody do something good.  Maybe we could just send them boiled eggs for no good reason.
 
2013-05-14 12:07:44 PM
"Two men with no criminal history were released"
 "They told me and Chifaro that we didn't have a record and we were released that afternoon. They didn't even question us."

I'm ok with this.  The gangs wanted a war.  They got one.
 
2013-05-14 12:09:20 PM

WhiskeySticks: This should be put into practice in the good ol' US of A.

Always been a fan of hand removal for stealing.


Um, no.
You are not allowed to be in charge. Not yours.
 
2013-05-14 12:23:42 PM
Having been to 'The Gouch"... I am OK with this!
 
2013-05-14 12:34:37 PM

WhiskeySticks: This should be put into practice in the good ol' US of A.

Always been a fan of hand removal for stealing.


Why do I think this is going to only apply to ne'er-do-wells stealing a 40 from the quikimart not Lloyd Blankfein or Madoff?
 
2013-05-14 12:44:28 PM
www.deargrumpycat.com
 
2013-05-14 12:49:28 PM

WhiskeySticks: This should be put into practice in the good ol' US of A.

Always been a fan of hand removal for stealing.


This place exists and is called Saudi Arabia.  You are more than welcome to move there.

/ass
 
2013-05-14 12:51:03 PM

J.Shelby: Alvarado's mother, Norma, said police had raided her home at least six times in search of her son in a neighborhood called the United States, one of many named for a country.

"There were times when I would close the door to give him time to escape," she said. "They even came on New Year's Eve."

In the middle of the night on Feb. 14, six masked men who identified themselves as police took Alvarado's 13-year-old grandson.
She told them he was studying, that he was a good boy.

Yeah, aid and abet the gang leader, then cry when your family gets hurt.  biatch.


This.  She picked sides.  Stop crying.  You and your family are now active participants in this war.
 
2013-05-14 01:05:17 PM
Wait. Death squads? Funded by the US? Can't you sheeple see? This a dry run for Obama's death panels. Mark my words.
 
2013-05-14 01:14:05 PM

xaks: I simply do things the easy way, and refrain from taking 'business trips' to third-world cesspools.

Its a LOT easier to not be mugged/beaten/raped/robbed that way.



Wait! You can just tell your employer to go eff themselves instead taking the trip like you were told to do?  Must be nice to be independently wealthy...
 
2013-05-14 01:24:21 PM
Guess they shouldve picked a safer line of work.
 
2013-05-14 01:41:26 PM
I remember back in the '80s and '90s, being an activist against death squads in Central America. It was members of political organizations being targeted, people fed up with exploitation and oppression and being biatches for US corporate interests, people who dared to speak out and stand up.

The people the death squads are now targeting, I have very little sympathy for them. Sure, they grew up in poverty, but so did most Hondurans. It's just that they learned their gangsterism in the good ole US and A. From what I've learned about the MS-13 aka Mara Salvatrucha, these farkers are as ruthless and needlessly violent as they come. They learned death-squad tactics themselves from the years-long civil war in El Salvador, the one the Reagan & Bush Administrations fueled by arming the corrupt Salvadoran government to the teeth. Now they victimize ordinary citizens. Strong medicine is called for against these gangs. They are a blight upon any nation they might find themselves in. I hope these gangs are effectively wiped off the face of the earth.

/i often fantasized about death squads coming after gangs here in chicago
//i still think the path of social justice is most effective in treating the underlying causes
///hold an olive branch in one hand for those who will, a sword in the other for those who won't
 
2013-05-14 02:16:43 PM

Lotion_Motion: GOOD!!

farking bastards deserve it! Some friends of mine were assaulted (read: Father beaten unconscious, wife was raped and beaten) and both ended up in the hospital while on a business trip by the 18th Street Gang.  They were pulled out of their cab while stopped in traffic.

Of course they were never caught.


Sorry about your friends.

Unless, of course, they voted for Reagan.  Yes, it IS largely his fault.
 
2013-05-14 02:21:47 PM
Extreme problems call for extreme solutions.
 
2013-05-14 03:53:34 PM
Yeahhhhh.....I wouldn't be surprised if they weren't police officers; just a rival gang in stolen uniforms.
 
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2013-05-14 03:58:05 PM

nucular bum: I remember back in the '80s and '90s, being an activist against death squads in Central America. It was members of political organizations being targeted, people fed up with exploitation and oppression and being biatches for US corporate interests, people who dared to speak out and stand up.

The people the death squads are now targeting, I have very little sympathy for them. Sure, they grew up in poverty, but so did most Hondurans. It's just that they learned their gangsterism in the good ole US and A. From what I've learned about the MS-13 aka Mara Salvatrucha, these farkers are as ruthless and needlessly violent as they come. They learned death-squad tactics themselves from the years-long civil war in El Salvador, the one the Reagan & Bush Administrations fueled by arming the corrupt Salvadoran government to the teeth. Now they victimize ordinary citizens. Strong medicine is called for against these gangs. They are a blight upon any nation they might find themselves in. I hope these gangs are effectively wiped off the face of the earth.

/i often fantasized about death squads coming after gangs here in chicago
//i still think the path of social justice is most effective in treating the underlying causes
///hold an olive branch in one hand for those who will, a sword in the other for those who won't


Erm...you know what the "MS" in MS-13 stands for, right?
 
2013-05-14 04:00:32 PM
I wish they'd start that in the states.
 
151
2013-05-14 04:01:30 PM
Oh for Christs sake, I read that as MS13 AND Mara salvatrucha. My bad. Carry on.
 
2013-05-14 04:45:32 PM

151: Erm...you know what the "MS" in MS-13 stands for, right?


Michael J Fox?
 
2013-05-14 06:32:43 PM
I spent a lot of time in San Pedro Sula in the 90's. I met my wife (we were both there for work for the same company) in SPS in 1995. We love Honduras and the Honduran people, and would love to retire there. I still have a lot of friends in Honduras.

I am afraid to go there at this point. I really hope that the MS-13/18th Street problem is dealt with, but in a court of law, not on the streets.

/Not really, do what you have to do.
//There is no place that has ever touched me as deeply as the Mayan ruins in Copan, and the beautiful village of Copan Ruinas.
 
2013-05-14 06:43:35 PM
Gang on gang violence. I find it hard to care.
 
2013-05-14 11:24:37 PM

desertfool: I spent a lot of time in San Pedro Sula in the 90's. I met my wife (we were both there for work for the same company) in SPS in 1995. We love Honduras and the Honduran people, and would love to retire there. I still have a lot of friends in Honduras.

I am afraid to go there at this point. I really hope that the MS-13/18th Street problem is dealt with, but in a court of law, not on the streets.

/Not really, do what you have to do.
//There is no place that has ever touched me as deeply as the Mayan ruins in Copan, and the beautiful village of Copan Ruinas.


I might be going there sometime in the future for fieldwork, most likely in La Ceiba. I figure, like any urban city in the U.S., you have to be careful about where you go, who you know, etc.
 
2013-05-15 02:13:22 AM

ObscureNameHere: xaks: I simply do things the easy way, and refrain from taking 'business trips' to third-world cesspools.

Its a LOT easier to not be mugged/beaten/raped/robbed that way.


Wait! You can just tell your employer to go eff themselves instead taking the trip like you were told to do?  Must be nice to be independently wealthy...


I would certainly try.

And if I was forced to take the trip or lose my job, I certainly wouldn't be taking the family along.

/And I'd be bumping up my insurance.
//And I'd ensure HR had filed my signed and witnessed objection with detailed evidence-based concerns
///And a copy to my lawyer
 
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