If any of you are from a large city with a “Latin American” population (or if you’ve visited these areas regularly), you already probably know that the gangs there are more like Moslem terrorist groups than anything else.
Smarter than your average Negro Zerg swarm, and oftentimes armed to the teeth with heavy weaponry, these organizations make one definitely pause for thought about the future.
Because the time is going to come – if things aren’t immediately halted – when these warbands will range further and further from their habitats, and will come to wreck havoc on the South in the same way as they already have in areas of the Northeast, West Coast, and other areas like Chicago and Florida.
And the sad thing is that you’ll probably see selfish virtue-signalling cucks throughout the region importing them in for important tasks like playing on local high school baseball teams, and helping specific universities win the SEC Baseball Tournament.
Prosecutors charged six members of the violent Latin Kings street gang with stabbing and beating a handicapped man. The gang members allegedly punched, repeatedly stabbed, and beat the victim with his own cane.
District Attorney Richard A. Brown said that the defendants are each accused of brutally attacking a young man for no reason other than he was not a part of the Latin Kings.
“Gang violence will not be tolerated in Queens County,” Brown said. “The defendants’ poor choice in pursuing gang membership and the violence that are a part of that lifestyle have led them to be charged with serious felonies that carry the possibility of lengthy prison sentences.”
Brown said that the six Latin Kings members approached the 24-year-old outside a bar during the early morning hours of October 29, 2016, and began attacking him – allegedly punching him and stabbing him. The Latin Kings used a cane that the victim had with him as a weapon against him. They proceeded to beat him mercilessly with it, prosecutors stated.
Following the attack, the six gang members fled the scene. Emergency responders transported the victim to a nearby hospital where he received treatment for multiple stab wounds and lacerations to his head and neck. Brown said that the victim suffered nerve damage to his left arm which has left him with numbness in his arm and hand.