Gangs using tech to coordinate crimes




November 24, 2009

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Gangs using tech to coordinate crimes
Gangs using tech to coordinate crimes The main 18th Street gang Web site has a link to Kaspers World tattoo shop (pictured above). Some of the country's most notorious street gangs have gotten Web-savvy, showcasing illegal exploits, making threats, and honoring killed and jailed members on digital turf. Gangs are also using the Internet to orchestra crime, commit fraud and traffic drugs.

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