Uptown westside story

United States

#69 Aug 3, 2012
I can still hear the yells from the "pitchers" on the block
Screaming " AGUA, AGUA bajando!"(water I.e blue/police) The code for cops coming down.

Back in the days of Mayor Koch & Mayor Dinkins NYC was a free for all. All the crime UPTOWN wasn't even being broadcast on the local news. And let's not forget The Locomotion from the 30th precent. They were robbing most of the major Hustlers. Officer Sanchez I hope your still doing time.S.O.B~!!!!! Kiko 162 RIP. He got shot in the back 3 times by them. Never even had a gun. If their was such thing as hell,they would burn there. The reason I feel that way is becuase they were being paid to protect the civilians. But instead they formed a pousey to rob, kill & steal from the elements that overwhelmed Wash heights.
Uptown westside story

United States

#70 Aug 3, 2012
Francisco Medina k.a Freddy krueger a hitman for the Red top gang had over 30 body count.Another kingpin named "El feo"(the ugly)who was in a wheel chair since 92 but still ran things up til 96.He had a body count of 15 alone.Too many to name.
Fred 161, Freddy Tek 161, Chi Chi 161, Fish 161,Jota 161, Papito 160, Cesar ( mustafa }, Blacky, Charlie, Edgar, Ricky, Ariel El Loco, Fello, Gello, Hippy 161 Hippy 169, Choco 169, George Calderon ( RIP PAPA)Albert Calderon, Yayo, El Gordo, Lewis Bernal, Pinky, Daleooo, Libby, Billy Boy, Greenie 161, Speedy 161, Rams 161, Eps 162, Ajax 160, Crazy Tee 160, Miguel el Feo, Johnny Nose,Johnny Young, Johnny Old, Johnny TV, Tito Diente, Nini,Freddy Diente, Tank 164, Lino 162, Mandy 162, Raul 161, Tora 160, Enrique 161, Baquita 161, Gato 173, Francisco 173, Raulito 173,Fats 161, Fats 153, Ducky 169, Ralhpy 169, BB 173, Aguita 173, Chang 137, Pingita 137, Mundo 137, Planeta 137, Chani 137 ( My brther RIP )Henry 137, Mariano ( Killed in front of the Audubon Ball room by Bajando, RIP )Cholo 137, Victor Star, Angelo, Dwayne Champagne, Andre, Leo 161, Faddy 161, Lil Eddie 162, Anthony 162, JR 162, Mandy 162, Ernie 162, Yayo 173, El Gordo ( Meatballs ).All of these people I knew are dead over the drugs pumped in my neighborhood by the CIA.
Uptown westside story

United States

#71 Aug 3, 2012
They didn't care until Nelson sepulveda of the Red top gang killed those white kids on the George washington bridge.That was the begining to the END for them.They want you to kill your own,not them.
Uptown westside story

United States

#72 Aug 3, 2012
Those crooked cops from the 30th precinct that were robbing drug dealers then having others sell it for them were connected with the dominican drug gang "La compania"(the company.
http://www.nytimes.com/1994/09/09/nyregion/ar...

Arsenio Diaz began his career in the drug business in Washington Heights as a corner lookout for a dealer after arriving from the Dominican Republic in 1984, according to law-enforcement officials. Ten years later, they say, he had become the biggest drug dealer in upper Manhattan, and one of the biggest in New York City.

Mr. Diaz, 37, was indicted yesterday, along with 63 of his employees, on murder, conspiracy and drug charges, prosecutors said. Officials said it brought an end to an efficient,$1 million-a-week operation that Mr. Diaz had named, simply, La Compania: The Company.
La compania packaged and sold both powdered and crack cocaine, and used violence and sophisticated electronics to protect its operations in six buildings near Amsterdam Avenue and 150th Street, he said.

That area falls within the 30th Precinct, where 14 police officers were arrested earlier this year in a major corruption scandal. The officers are charged with robbing and beating up drug dealers and with demanding protection money.

Police Commissioner William J. Bratton and Mr. Morgenthau said the possibility of a connection between La Compania and the rogue police officers in the 30th Precinct was under investigation. He would not comment further.

It was a coincidence, Mr. Morgenthau added, that a drug gang linked to Officer Michael Dowd -- whose arrest in 1992 sparked a wide inquiry into police corruption -- was also called La Compania and, sometimes, the Diaz Connection. In that case, the gang leader was believed to be Adam Diaz, who was based in the East New York section of Brooklyn, Mr. Morgenthau said
Uptown westside story

United States

#73 Aug 3, 2012
Lemmie tell you one story,when I was a young teenager,andI boought my first bundle of cr@ck.One night me and my partner "Junior" were wallking back home from the pool hall.Two undercover DTs jump out of a parked, rusty white Datson with tinted windows,and snatch me and my boy around the collar and show us their badges.They search us and find dope on both of us.

They take us down stairs to the building basement.I'm scared,I'm thinking they're going to do us like they did Kiko Garcia(R.I.P)when they killed him in cold blood inside of a building. The cops say "we're gonna give you guys a break",they put the drugs back into our pockets and step back and the f@ggot white cop says "ga head..throw it in the sewer".Me and junior look at each other not knowing should we do this.Junior was actually more ready to throw it away,me being the thinker of the two,I tell junior in spanish "what if they beat our @ss or try to shoot us for making sudden hand moves".The other cop yells "throw it in the sewer!!!". I then try to stall and "reason" with the officers going back to the story of "we just found that black magnet box and didn't know their was dope inside".The cop says "we fckn know that,now throw it away".
At that time you could hear comotion through the streets,the people were yelling to my boy juniors aunt that the police had their nephew hemmed up inside the building.She too was a drug trafficker for a kingpin.She comes in yelling in spanish "junior que lo que ta pasando??"(junior what's going on?)

Immediatly the polices cover is blown and they try to play it off and grab me and junior and tell us "you see??!! You guys fcked up!,now we gotta take you to the precinct".Me and junior took a sigh of relief.We were more scared of what the cops would do to us than going to jail for drugs.

On the way to the station the cop in the passenger seat reaches behind without looking back and is slapping us in the face with the walkie talkie antennie as he tells us "you guys are real smart huh?".What drama inside that precinct.3 a.m,juniors uncle comes along with his father.His uncle accuses the undercovers of planting the drugs on us.The undercover slaps junior uncle.They break them apart.Long story short,they let us sign our selves out since we were minors and had no previous record.Mysteriously those charges "dissappeared" as well.I believe those cops were trying to do us harm that night,and my boys auntie came in in the nick of time before something bad happened.
Chief Rampaging Buffalo

Harrisburg, PA

#74 Aug 3, 2012
aZiya wrote:
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why did she have to keep "masses" bed warm what was wrong with his white wife, no bueno?
White squaws not taken on voyage across great waters .

White squaws say not willing.

White braves slow go crazy.

Look around!

See plenty meat.

Pray to Watatanka great spirit for strength.

Great spirit no answer.

Bloodshot eye crazed white brave lose faith in great spirit.
Feel on fire.

Do what is wrong.
Uptown westside story

United States

#75 Aug 3, 2012
That guy Freddy Krueger(Francisco Medina) was no joke.Boddies were popping up all over uptown behind that guy.All in a 3 yr span.Jose Reyes a.k.a "El feo"(ugly)used to pay him 10,000$ a week.One time,in one of his vicious hits,on the George washington bridge,in bumper to bumper traffick,he stands on the back of the hood of another persons car and chopps up a taxi car were the targeted drug dealer was sitting in the back seat off,with an A.K 47.

Another incident Wilfredo de Los angeles a.k.a "Platano" pulls up on the wrong car and kills two kids and their mother.And they're about to let this guy "El feo" who rached up 15 bodies.He's due to be out next yr already.All becuz he's in a wheel chair and he snitched on others.
Uptown westside story

United States

#76 Aug 3, 2012
the classic movie about the 80's crack epidemic " New Jack City" starring Wesley Snipes and Ice T, there's two references to the Wild Cowboys or the Red Top gang and washington heights. The first is an indirect reference but in the second it's clear they're talking about the Wild Cowboys. Towards the beginning of the movie when Nino Brown (Wesley Snipes) introduces his crew to the "new" crack cocaine he says "the Columbians and Dominicans have shown us the way" (at the 12:00 mark).

Then the second, and most direct, reference is when Nino Brown cut the Italians out and the mobster goes back and tells his boss about it. In the scene at the bar he says, "the snitch was right, Nino and his Cash Money Monkeys over there they're dealing with those spicaroos up on Broadway and 171st, he don't even deny it" (at the 24:00 mark). Of course we know that Lenny, Nelson, Danny, Pasqualito, etc. lived on 171st Street between Broadway and Fort Washington Avenue.

Pasqualito is the only one that didn't snitch and that's why he's doing 100 yrs+,while the snitches Fat Danny(who killed a pregnant women and her child once)and the two brothers Nelson and Lenny got only 25 yrs.The day Pasqualito killed Frankie Cuevas(another kingpin)he told us he'd be right back and rode off in his motor cycle,came back and chilled on the block like it was nothing.
Uptown westside story

United States

#77 Aug 3, 2012
"A non-native New Yorker looking at Washington Heights today may find it hard to believe that it was once the drug capital of New York City. Through the 1980’s and 1990’s,a veritable crack cocaine epidemic was making the streets dangerous to residents and passersby, so dangerous that Washington Heights had to create an additional police precinct in 1994"(wikepedia)


But this ain't wikepidia.I saw it with my oown eyes.Whites on this forum don't understand how drugs purpously planted in black/latino communites by the people who are given the responsibility to "serve and protect us"affects a whole community.Back then in Washington Heights, there were millionares on every other
block.I knew a few of them back in those days. The whole area was affected, even the blocks that had low drug trafficking. Dealers and kingpins would hang out all over the place.Santiago Luis Polanco a.k.a "Yayo" was the biggest crack kingpin on the east coast at the time. Lets say that Juan Alvarez was put on by Yayo (the so called founder of crack,though we know its CIA)) operating out of W 175th street & Audobon ave. Juan would pocket some of the profit himself and decide to set up shop on 168th and Amsterdam. Juan's crew is doing pretty well, raking in thousands of dollars daily.Yayo feels that his buissness is being affected by Juan's new spot. Yayo's men are hired to kill Juan and as a result destroy his buisness. They find Juan hanging out on W 177th and Broadway. They proceed to perform a drive-by shooting, killing Juan and an innocent by-stander in the process.

You have 2 homicides

Juan made some associates on W 183rd st. The drug crew operating on W 183rd st benefitted from Juan. They find out Juan was killed and immediately suspect Yayo's gang. They are incensed because their buisness is directly affected. They decide to set up Yayo's men. They come to an agreement with Yayo's friend Pablo, to buy a kilo from him. They go into an empty apartment on W 177th street. In the room are 4 men from the W 183rd crew and Pablo with his 2 muscle men. As the transaction starts, one guy from the 183rd crew pulls out a gun and shoots Pablo in the heart. Immediately, Pablo's security pulls out a gun and shoots the shooter of Pablo, killing him instantly. The remaining W 183rd crew shoots the 2 remaining men from Yayo's crew and to add insult to injury, steal their supply.

You have 4 homicides.

So you have 6 men killed, most who had nothing to with the other, in the span of a week. Best believe that Yayo is angry and isgoing to want payback. It is an ongoing cycle. cle. Most deaths where caused by

1.) A rival dealer ripping off another (selling him fake supply). 2.) Robbing drug dealers and their supplies. 3.) Eliminating the competition.(affecting your business) 4.) Payback for the above.(other reasons as well).

That's how Washington Heights worked.
Tato 158

United States

#78 Aug 3, 2012
Fck the police.
El Tiguere

United States

#79 Aug 3, 2012
On Dec. 4, 1969, Chicago police and the FBI assassinated Black Panthers Fred Hampton and Mark Clark. Hampton, who was alive but wounded after the initial assault, was then executed at close range. William O'Neal, an FBI informant, provided a detailed floor plan of Hampton's apartment; he was paid $30,000. In 1963, the FBI turned their attention to Martin Luther King, Jr., and sought to destroy him through a campaign of wiretaps and harassment. In one incident, the FBI confronted King with a compilation of secretly recorded tapes, threatening to release them to the press if King did not commit suicide before accepting the Nobel Peace Prize. http://www.judibari.org/America 's_Secret_Police.html
158 Broadway

Monticello, MN

#80 Aug 4, 2012
Dark-skinned undercovers are touchy about racial profiling because most, including Detective Gonzalez, say that when off duty, in their neighborhoods or out driving, they have been targets of white officers. One undercover, Tyrone, says that while driving home from work to Brooklyn he gets stopped an average of one night a week. Two of Sergeant Brogli's black undercovers, Derrick and Rob, describe standing outside Rob's home in Brooklyn after work, having a beer, and being approached by a man who asked, "Who's working?"

Derrick and Rob didn't bother explaining to that plainclothes cop that they, too, were cops. They just shook their heads and waited until he left. "You know it's because we're black," Derrick said.

it's because we're black," Derrick said.

That is where Detective Gonzalez draws the line between good police work and racial profiling. "It's insulting to walk up to a guy just because he's black or Dominican standing on a corner and say,'Who's working?' " That is the distinction he makes between using race fairly and misusing race.

At times, he says, white sergeants have told him, "Go over to that group of Domos(dominicans) and see who's working."

"You can't say no to a direct order," Detective Gonzalez said. "You just go up, walk past and tell the sergeant nothing's going on." A dozen black and Hispanic undercovers working with him in Harlem said in interviews that they had defied a sergeant's orders in the same way
158 Broadway

Saint Louis, MO

#81 Aug 5, 2012
Obama and his new secret police:

"One cannot continue to rely only on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives that we've set. We've got to have a civilian national security force that's just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded." ~ Barack Hussein Obama, 2008 campain.

Obama's private army plus FEMA camps equals American detention camps

Obama's Healthcare bill mandates the creation a civilian army chosen by him and answerable to him. The second fact is that FEMA has been commisioned to create "national emergency centers" that will be located inside existing military bases.

Currently I believe the New World Controllers want to cause an uprising and are using public preaching actors such as Alex Jones, Jesse Ventura and many more. These public “new agey preachers” may not even be aware the deception, money may be at the forefront.

“The CIA owns every one of any significance in the major media.”—William Colby Former Director of the CIA.

It is reported that there are over 800 prison camps in the United States, all fully operational and ready to receive prisoners. They are all staffed and even surrounded by full-time guards, but they are all empty
Frank

Adelaide, Australia

#82 Aug 5, 2012
POLICE: to ERECT and DEFECT!!!!
They DEFICATED on MY front PORCH!!
Real Brudda

Adelaide, Australia

#83 Aug 5, 2012
Tato 158 wrote:
Fck the police.
Word, lil homie...
Giggs

Oldham, UK

#84 Aug 5, 2012
If you ever go to court or actually meet a real life crooked officer in person......you will realise most of the police walk an honest line and are good guys.

A lot of people cry wolf around cops when they are in the wrong.

Real crooked cops are very bad people most cops are honest.
158 Broadway

United States

#85 Aug 6, 2012
Only in washington heights would their be a riot because of the death of a drug dealer.When that officer killed unarmed Kiko Garcia(R.I.P)in cold blood that sparked the riots.It was really a war between the dealers and the cops.The rest of the community joined in,also frustrated by police brutality.To see cop cars burning rubber speeding away while dominicans chasing on foot shooting at them was a site to behold.(they brought that 3rd world sht to them)
Government should fear the people just as much as pple do the government.
158 Broadway

United States

#86 Aug 6, 2012
Rappers today still mention the Jheri curl gang from my neighborhood.

"For years I've been buying my coke
From the same cat
Jehri curl nicca
Dominican nicca who look black"-Noreaga

They didn't fear the police:

"During their reign over the cocaine trade in upper Manhattan in the early '90s, the Jheri Curls drove gold-painted cars and wore their hair in a uniform style: long, loose, and greasy. From the safe distance of history, that may sound quaint—a gang of dudes looking like a mid-'80s version of Michael Jackson. But the Jheri Curls were no joke.

Now retired from the NYPD, James Gilmore thinks back to the days when the Jheri Curls cruised up and down West 157th Street in gold-painted Mercedeses and Jeeps and recalls the death threats they left for him back at the 34th Precinct or the charred corpse that cops found on a nearby rooftop or the automatic-weapon fire the Jheri Curls sometimes sprayed into the air.

At the time, due to the thriving cocaine trade in the area, federal agents used to call Washington Heights "Miami on the Hudson." Local cops, who struggled to get neighborhood witnesses to talk about crimes they had seen, had another nickname for the Fort Washington section of Washington Heights. They called it "Fort 'Yo No Sé' " —"Fort 'I Don't Know.' "
158 Broadway

United States

#87 Aug 6, 2012
This cat Santiago Polanco a.k.a Yayo was the first crack cocaine kingpin(according to them). However, Dominicans actually learned about crack from Jamaicans, who smuggled for them. It was called Base Rock or Roxanne in Jamaica and they used to cook it with rum. Supposedly, Yayo learned about it from some Jamaicans associates, in his "Coke Is It" powder days (82-85)In May of '87, everybody was evacuated and put into city buses on St. Nick ave because Yayo's boys had big drums of ether in the basement, which were leaking and the fumes had infiltrated the whole building. A fireman said the building and the school would have blown up if a match would have been lit. It was a crack factory.
158 Broadway

United States

#88 Aug 6, 2012
Those crooked cops mentioned on page 1 from the 30th precinct that were robbing drug dealers then having others sell it for them were connected with the dominican drug gang "La compania"(the company)though they won't admit it.
http://www.nytimes.com/1994/09/09/nyregion/ar...

Arsenio Diaz began his career in the drug business in Washington Heights as a corner lookout for a dealer after arriving from the Dominican Republic in 1984, according to law-enforcement officials. Ten years later, they say, he had become the biggest drug dealer in upper Manhattan, and one of the biggest in New York City.

Mr. Diaz, 37, was indicted yesterday, along with 63 of his employees, on murder, conspiracy and drug charges, prosecutors said. Officials said it brought an end to an efficient,$1 million-a-week operation that Mr. Diaz had named, simply, La Compania: The Company. La compania packaged and sold both powdered and crack cocaine, and used violence and sophisticated electronics to protect its operations in six buildings near Amsterdam Avenue and 150th Street, he said.

That area falls within the 30th Precinct, where 14 police officers were arrested earlier this year in a major corruption scandal. The officers are charged with robbing and beating up drug dealers and with demanding protection money.

Police Commissioner William J. Bratton and Mr. Morgenthau said the possibility of a connection between La Compania and the rogue police officers in the 30th Precinct was under investigation. He would not comment further.

It was a coincidence, Mr. Morgenthau added, that a drug gang linked to Officer Michael Dowd -- whose arrest in 1992 sparked a wide inquiry into police corruption -- was also called La Compania and, sometimes, the Diaz Connection. In that case, the gang leader was believed to be Adam Diaz, who was based in the East New York section of Brooklyn, Mr. Morgenthau said

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