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It’s a gang few recognise but on the streets of Texas their name strikes fear. Gangland s2e4: Texas Terror, History 2008
Texas Syndicate: One of the deadliest gangs in Texas. ibid.
Their bread and butter is distributing drugs supplied by the Mexican cartels. ibid.
The gang was formed in the 1970s. ibid.
The Texas Syndicate rewards its best members with money and protection. ibid.
You might have seen them terrorising the road across the great state of Texas. Like everything else in Texas they’re bigger and badder. Gangland s3e6: Bandido Army
One of the largest motorcycle gangs – or OMGs – in the world. ibid.
The Bandidos made Meth as much a part of their gang as their motorcycles. ibid.
The Bandidos became a global criminal network. ibid.
African-Americans are not welcome. ibid.
They began as the most notorious prison gang in Texas. They grew out of a disturbing ideology. They are the ABT, the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas. They rule the streets too. Nowhere is safe. Gangland s4e7: Aryan Terror
A gang built on racial bigotry and violence. ibid.
The ABT developed a deep hatred for two black Texas prison gangs: the Mandingo Warriors and the Self Defence Family. ibid.
Drug profits help finance their brothers on the inside. ibid.
They are assassins. On the front line of America’s and Mexico’s brutal drug wars. And their violence is spreading deeper into the US. From the prisons of Texas they commit torture and murder on both sides of the border without mercy. They are the Barrio Azteca. Once you’re in this gang, you’re in for life. Gangland s5e4: Blood River, History 2009
Barrio Azteca works both sides of the Rio Grande to feed America’s insatiable appetite for illegal drugs. ibid.
By the mid-1990s Barrio Azteca was the undisputed kingpin of El Paso’s streets. ibid.
Barrio Azteca is organised by military ranking. ibid.
These warriors act like bodyguards and drug-smugglers. They also carry out hits on American citizens in El Paso. ibid.
They are a violent band of brothers. Moulded in maximum security prisons. They are Stone Cold Killers. And threatening their supremacy is punishable by death. They are the Aryan Circle of Texas. Gangland s5e8, Circle of Death
They claim to be separatists, not racists. ibid.
The gang has grown to more than 3,000 brothers in more than thirteen states. ibid.
They’re the newest thing in town. And they’ve taken Texas by storm. They’re 14,000 strong. And they have no fear. They’re Tongo Blast. Gangland s5e12: Deadly Blast
Houston, Texas: this city was built on oil ... Leading the way is a ruthless gang – Tongo Blast. ibid.
Tongo Blast began distributing marijuana and cocaine imported from Mexico to Houston. ibid.
The streets of south Texas are filled with blood. And one gang is responsible. The Tri-City Bombers will do anything to stay on top. Gangland s6e2: Trinity of Blood, History 2009
An army now more than a 1,000 strong. ibid.
The Bombers’ most hated rival is the Texas Chicano Brotherhood. ibid.
The Aryan Brotherhood of Texas is one of the most violent hate groups in America. This white supremacist gang operates a criminal network from behind their prison bars. Inside the Aryan Brotherhood
As the ABT makes money it also attracts new recruits. ibid.
Thompson is ready to make his move against the existing leadership of the ABT. ibid.
The highest percentage of their income comes from methamphetamine. ibid.
Those who don’t make it often join Texas’s second largest white prison gang – the Aryan Circle. ibid.
The white supremacist hate group has become a brand. ibid.
Fifth Ward [Houston]: five square miles of twenty-four-hour parties, drugs and violence. Drugs Inc s4e4: High in Houston, National Geographic 2013
The craze is Lean [pharmaceutical syrup]. ibid.
$200 a day ... Whatever she earns immediately goes on Crack. Drugs Inc s5e8: Dallas Dope Cowboys
The cartels have infiltrated Dallas. ibid.
Austin, Texas: the live music capital of the world … The dealers can make a killing, if they don’t kill each other first. Drugs Inc s7e17: Tex Meth, 2015
Money is selling Meth to the new arrivals. ibid.
90% of Texas Meth is produced and supplied by the neighbouring cartels in Mexico. ibid.
Latest figures show a 32.5% increase in encounters between police and cartel members in Houston. Drugs Inc Compilation: The Inside Man
Convicted of three murders, linked to five others, Garza and his gang moved tons of marijuana across the US/Mexican border. Gangsters: America’s Most Evil s1e1: First Kingpin: Juan Raul Garza, Bio 2012
Do you find me sadistic? Kill Bill volume I 2003 starring Uma Therman & David Carradine & Lucy Liu & Michael Madsen & Daryl Hannah & Sonny Chiba & Vivica A Fox & Gordon Liu & Julie Dreyfus et al, director Quentin Tarantino, opening scene, Bill over Una
For those regarded as warriors: when engaged in combat the vanquishing of thine enemy can be the warrior’s only concern. Suppress all human emotion and compassion. Kill whoever stands in the way, even if that be Lord God, or Buddha himself. The truth lies at the heart of the art of combat. ibid. Japanese captions & commentary
It’s a goddamn massacre, Pop. He wiped out the whole wedding party execution style. Nine dead bodies. ibid. rozzer
As I lay in the back of Buck’s truck trying to will my limbs out of entropy, I could see the faces of the cunts who did this to me. And the dicks responsible. Members all of the deadly Viper Assassination Squad. ibid.
Your instrument is quite impressive. ibid. Viper to Una
Silly Caucasian girl likes to play with Samurai swords. ibid.
That really was a Hattori Hanzo sword. ibid.
A roaring rampage of revenge. I roared. And I rampaged. And I got bloody satisfaction. Kill Bill II 2004 starring Uma Thurman & David Carradine & Lucy Lui & Daryl Hannah & Gordon Lui & Michael Madsen & Vivica A Fox et al, director Quentin Tarantino
I am gonna kill Bill. ibid.
Bride: You want to come to the wedding? ibid.
Groom: We thought why pay so much money for a dress you’re only going to wear once? Especially when Arleen looks so god-damned beautiful in it. So we’re going to get as much mileage as we can out of it. ibid.
I’m calling you a killer. A natural born killer. You always have been and you always will be. ibid. Bill to Bride