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i want to spit and i want to spit the spitting come out of way out of my mouth they must burn even more call ambulance basically and when i got shot the. it was early in the morning i was actually stranded somewhere somebody with his hands behind his back came from behind his back and called me by name and shot me in my face 1st. my face i turned and went to try to run back and i laid it like to go to make me spin like michael jackson would let me go nowhere and so after that the 2 shot with 38 i don't know who had the 38 but i saw the one with a 45 in my face and i got a 45 into a 38 at that point and the humor is poor you say and i was laying it i was saying your brain steals be working so when i'm laying me and i pay as i thought i was going to die because you know he said you do with before you die and i. go out. in like oh. i could really. get out of the sad face so i
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just had this one open like. the end was i got to ask it was another scary feeling i went through because when i was back the doctors when really rushing to do it was like they will sit nobody in a huddle and i'm sydney i'm trying to say how do a look at my job really open to the feel like my jaw was broke from when a bullet hits they had a look so now my brain saying. you know i was kind of glad that doctors came in at last or really kind of feeling myself and getting around because i had the collapse of me beg zone right as i'm raising my shirt up and seeing with all this that i'm feeling all my insistence on i want out because i had a heart attack the doctors had walked in right when they walked in and it was like a whole another. just went through my he could you can actually see. and you know that was the experience what they have right there.
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$2530.00 hoods bloods and crips working together on the same paints and the same model to restore community to save lives so what happens is that they get a shoot in a community. community says this is a good issue the mockumentary and it was the shooting was done from one of the guys i collaborate with at the table he will call me the same in one of my. neighborhood areas they have the far. along we'll deal with come to the table we'll go and defuse the situation try to make peace bring this went out on these to keep the peace and keep the violence heal did not times out of in his new generation to take place behind a girl's face but he said. and it just for that alone we don't know dead bodies a killing behind that so what we do is we step up and he feels it. and we
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tell that we give the answers that we don't lay this down and with this before you know. before you begin to pick up the phone call somebody call the minister in advance just call a victim support group call an ambassador most days can be talked out they could be toto they can be resolved we can get your i pod back we get your 50 bucks back can't get you like i was not. there i doubt there's 2 different realities a reality where we get involved in gang bang the various reasons we could be here all day but the reality for the system is good business among us one on each other . each other is good business the state of california alone makes $6000000000.00 a year of the prison complex system if you can figure a way to make this. 7 plans trillion dollars to peace you have global peace tonight
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. you stop the wars not only in the streets but internationally this is more money and. that's where this reality exists. for in the office of the. holiness walking point at me is the point that he always pointed people. will make the black community bear when. people community jobs pointed people don't even know him might want to. officer haircuts man you're going little stronger man showed me that you've been eating a lot because we. just seen already go by little i mean we. need. to know are we going. to do some of the attrition we're going to be. going to be instantly. all the money up in one
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week. you smoke all the money man one week. trisha work and money come come hard man the money or. are the way about he looked like he was the way. you know we. close down so we're going to have fears journalism soon as close as close as we're away. one of the reasons i became an attorney was to help people because you know when i was a little girl i noticed that there were a lot of drugs in the community a lot of gangs in the community. i found 2 bodies that had been overdosed on heroin they were in the alley over on 51st and we can leave and i knew who they were because my cousin was a heroin addict. and i knew and one of the women i knew her little girl and i knew
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her and i'd seen her when she was alive so i was in 3rd grade when i saw these bodies then fast forward a little bit farther in the future and then crack came into the community and my little cousin was a victim of that and so just saying what that did to the community i decided to go over and have a disability who were. lining my use drugs they can't get a job maybe will have been tagged with melanie's for a low level offenses when she tagged with a felony you're serving a life sentence on the installment plan basically you are going to go in and out of jail because you've got to come out and be faced with i have a felony so i can have public housing like imperial courts i can be with my family because i am a felony. you stand on the streets trying to figure out how to get a job you can't get a shower because you have to check the box and if you're a felon you most people won't employ you you can't get public housing public health
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you can't get medicare medicaid now if you have a felony man a minimal incarceration and actually it's drug related ok and as we're finding and that's why these prisons are so overcrowded now because of drugs so what we're finding is when they come out they can't get treatment because my facility is based on medicare and i can't serve the women and delany's so it's a catch 22 and it keeps bringing people back around to the same place where they can manage our they can't find housing they can't get medical mystery man they may be depressed at this point and i won't be able to get any treatment for their mental health issues and so therefore it just becomes a vicious cycle that keeps repeating itself over and over. you know or are going to. be in her marijuana are coming to. you know not only are you part of her.
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narcotics is doing surveillance on non-narcotic said to me in the midst of gardens which is running out of blood which is like gang for the last 15 years. so we're going to try to take down the cell right now. and let's pick up the very start you know. so the body kind of blood of one of the largest and most violent gangs in the country. make tremendous profits on selling. at any given time inside the water here and is in these 3 to 5 active not accused of selling cocaine for a day and a little just what they call herb zealots which this gentleman story is just selling on the streets to locate it don't get it local transit projects let's talk about it you. know
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a lot of times to. join me every so straight on the alex simon short and i'll be speaking to get us out of the world of politics sports business i'm show business i'll see you then. live in a meeting my 1st meeting up with this tool is human and we said. just spent on our lunch. there's an awful lot in common i'm old but i'm also the most open. you
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know so i've been there give us is. not emotional when i meet. his compass he most people all of a school pianist came you know he goes from didn't you know it's risky to say he's just pro you sure i called. him muslim and i'm going to the notion of those who see live in the little you kind of on this computer. in the. day. come to your lives to. manufacture consent instead of public wealth. when the roman closest project themselves. with the financial merry go round.
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we can all middle of the room signals. i mean real news is really. new to call it sounding. i'm a little but i think. there's a real body. no
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i can't defend the asshole and. you know that form of kinetic yeah he told people to kill that he had a ticking time bomb. he may have to move out of the one that he i want to come before. which. is an officer of the told to get up off the ground sir began to pat him down. heard them freeze on the sounds of kind of fighting into a grown man like wrestling essentially. through his drawn. through which threw away from the officer. his crew. the obvious or did they kind of lunge for the weapon once missed and then what happened on 3 swung at the
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observations didn't hit him i never saw any contact between the 2 any kind went back to where they were so the officers back here there try again 15 feet apart at this point and that's when the officer pulled out his gun and he did it on 3. yes. school here i don't know if it's really for me. to have that one 0 man oh i'm also me with my oldest son we live it was a lot. going on. you got to keep this place through nobody's or you don't listen to your album don't know how long you've been sitting here obviously one of those couple minutes sighing. you know they haven't checked did you say since. you have a bad think that's when that's where you keep it. yeah i mean let me check with
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these guys right now. you can see red sneak is a jacket has read everything is consistent with gang activity. this is their territory bonnie on the blogs nobody else's territory you better have a mission to be in here if you can rival gang and if you're not. this gang has a different sets of cliques to the gang and they're broken up into crews they got you shooters they were crew you don't dealers or crew your robbery suspects a cruise gentleman here is part of savage squad it's a click of the body on a bloods that responsible for street robberies home invasions look at store robberies. and they take pride in that and a tattoo themselves they take the legions to each other and that crew you see arms so this is for knickers and gardens this is $112.00 street that's his clip me h.w. for money on a watch. and then this is b. ip instead of rest and peace it's bonding and peace and that's his home. there
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rival gang is great street so they'll have 107 which is the pinnacle for murder. street with that she crossed out. you're telling everybody that you killed a great street and. everybody comes out to check on these guys in the report back to other gang members so why they're being stopped as you can. see behind us 120 and 127 our luck is a unit that's selling our colleagues so as much as a concern about these guys i'm more concerned about the money inside of me with his hand inside and narcotics inside so they'll move this location right when they can set up shop somewhere else. all these guys are here to customers whenever you see a group of transients hanging around you know that there's a narcotic location within 50 to 70 feet and they set up camp here and that's all they do is smoke all day long but these guys again it's everything's full circle so these guys now are your car thieves your burglarious because they have to feed their habit and a gang members know that so it's just
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a revolving door here. is enough from bad enough to take. the other suspect into custody for sales a narcotic so tyson's going to bring him back to the station people for sales. i. i. i i live. in a buy vocational pastor is extremely difficult i work full time as a special agent for the u.s. department of justice office of the inspector general and that is. a position in which i investigate f.b.i. agents the agents u.s.
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attorneys and others. it's difficult to to handle both jobs well and i've been pretty successful of both areas. i believe that it's imperative for me to continue in my career in the federal government because. as a role model in both areas of life so people when they come to our church and they found out that number one i am bi vocational. that's impressive because they want to know how i can hold it all together and secondly because i am a man of god and i treat everyone fairly that. i believe that is our. responsibility. to god that we serve as a god of 2nd chances. i am so pleased that we have so many people.
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that have been rehabilitated people been formerly incarcerated former drug addicts former prostitutes gay members and we accept everyone as they are and we let them know that hey they may have made mistakes in the past but they are god is a forgiving and a merciful god we're here to tell. what happens with so many people the wind up being homeless is that they've had opportunities that. maybe they haven't been able to take it. down. for me. i had a brother homeless and eventually died on the streets and it's very difficult to deal with someone who has really given up on life. when you think about the sheer numbers of individuals who find themselves homeless in los angeles we're talking about estimates 38 to 45. on
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a nightly basis find themselves. 4 door. exists between south los angeles and downtown. watts. on skid row skid row's a diverse community you know folks. see guys that i know you know it's their group your role in the mission and they go to jail and they end up in a county jail for 7 months by the case and i always said you know they go to court the case is over the side oh i wasn't you usually go. you know what happens if a guy have a job you know lost a job i know we all pay a rate you know it's very few people have their own home you know so by the time you get out your apartment is gone you know all this stuff is in your apartment is going to go to 90 days to come pick up your property owners they're going to be
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using every day. so you get out you have nowhere to go you have no money you know what do you do you come to skid row to get a road is the only place where you can see your old. you something to get some clothes and hopefully you know design is not to go find a shelter to be you know is going to get into a program. to hire an estimate of disconnection from the labor market for african-americans is around 60 percent for african-americans between the ages of 18 and roughly $45.00 so think about think about you have a population in 2012 about 500000 african-americans who reside within the city of los angeles which is 459 square miles and a large percentage of them the greater number of are not connected to work in los angeles one in 18 african-americans own homes the actual homeless population in
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this 50 square block area it's about 4500 but when we talk about south central los angeles combined south central los angeles homelessness combined with downtown los angeles homelessness we're talking about 20000 people skin. role. exists within the center of power in los angeles and i think it's important to note that skid row thievin in los angeles california is a well kept secret this is the epicenter this is the epicenter of poverty and if you can't fix it here you can't fix it any. of. the largest amount of homeless people are african-american children because of you render why and why men homeless and she has 3 children what happens is there's not a lot of housing for women and children so the woman goes into transitional housing by herself and those 3 kids usually get split into different foster homes and at
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that point they may never really see each other as a family again and and that's the most one of the most heart wrenching things because the kids will tell me i had my little 16 year old boy and you know boys are supposed to cry and i saw a tear about to form a design he said mistakes and i didn't do anything wrong i don't understand why this is happening to me and. it was very sad and i was like you know me he didn't do anything wrong but his life had been turned upside down and and i can't tell him that his life is ever going to get better. or ever since time when the kids are going to get the kids ok in the teacher spends time with the teacher gets the kids and the parents spend time they get the kids in it the gang spends time they get the kids more often than not the gang is the one that spends a time when the kids and so they do get that sense of community from them because there's a very dysfunctional family unit there's you know they're not everybody needs some kind of support and nurturing and some sense of belonging and appreciation so
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they're going to go wherever they can get it. is. a. good. news there. yeah you. may. remember. i owe. you. a.
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to. the am. it be a. cass calendar is downright alfonzo along. this chasing page he's dard served. his 1st words were at a law a c. or a challenging post you've got 2 years to live. i have no doubt that what happened was criminal. defense calls in trademark it is a $1000000000.00 industry these companies have a huge financial motivation to sow these products there are numerous stocks showing
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that doctors were keen to cast facts right concentrates for the effects of its own that patients won't give them doctors the wrong stoplight. turn to stone why they would keep me from secure those years day to day and people still die and i'm always question or so i tried being hard to live when so many have. what politicians do something to. put themselves on the line to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president. or somehow want to be. the 2 going to be for us it's like when the 43 in the morning can't be good. i'm interested always in the water using the how. question.
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is your officer. told you to get up off the ground to serve begins again here. game face on the sounds of an mit grown man with misleading 630 the bag up with you isn't it john. did you wish to do away from the office or leave the toys out of his crib. the obvious or did they kind of lunge for the weapon once missed and then when it happened on tree swung at the officers hands didn't hit him i never saw any contact between the 2 and any kind of went back to where they were so the officers back here there try again 15 feet apart at this point and that's when the officer pulled out his gun and aimed it on tree. you know.
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i'm one of them but i think. they will one day as we are buddy. he'd. have an extra. i don't want or i can just let me as a nation you know that i'm looking at it yeah. it's kinda any kind of chicken dad's name he made a move out of one of the last one of them before i don't mess with. nothing
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