Neb. gang raids yield 12 arrests, promises of more

Nov 19, 2010 Full story: SF Gate

A massive central Nebraska raid may have decapitated a violent gang, but officials say they have no plans to let up and allow the group to thrive again in the Plains manufacturing and retail hub of Grand Island.

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AmberDru

Columbus, OH

#1 Nov 19, 2010
If they get their GED in prison do they qualify for the Dream Act?

But our former Attorney General would never publicly admit a correlation between illegal immigration and the gang problem but the best of all was Gonzales stating that the gangs are not really a bad sort just hit a bit of "tough luck" and that we need to handle this gang problem with "human dignity".

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