Monrovia gang members gun down man just days before gang injunc...

There are 81 comments on the Pasadena Star-News story from Dec 16, 2009, titled Monrovia gang members gun down man just days before gang injunc.... In it, Pasadena Star-News reports that:

Sheriff's investigators believe a man gunned down on a Monrovia street corner Tuesday night may have been shot by local gang members because he was a member of an out-of-town gang.

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onlysayin

La Palma, CA

#1 Dec 16, 2009
Too bad they can't round up all the gangbangers and put them all in one place together -- where they can never get to the rest of the world again.
Jay

Monrovia, CA

#3 Dec 16, 2009
Bye Bye MNV, i hope they pull over every gang banger and the look likes, you dress like a thug you should get treated like one

“Always on topic”

Since: Aug 09

Location hidden

#5 Dec 17, 2009
"Where you from?" Have fun with your injunction, low lifes.
LDT

Monrovia, CA

#6 Dec 17, 2009
The white guy moved from his Costa Mesa gang to shoot off his mouth and bring attention to himself without his back up ? If anything he was probably one of those white in the 909 that wears the gangsta shorts ,black socks , an Angles base ball cap and inked from here to there M.N.V. is up to something ... I'm guessing this is how they answer to the so called injunction .
Is the street fair next ?.
concern resident

Victorville, CA

#8 Dec 17, 2009
SAFE ZONE? Now I have a better idea. How about creating a "safe zone" everywhere in the city where gang members would be prohibited from congregating? Yes gangs are everywhere and growing... Why does the city want the police to watch traffic and observe citizens to make a complete stop or no turn on red rather than patrolling the city? I live in Irvine and police patrols like prowlers and another reason why Irvine is one of the most safest city to live in. I seen gangs in Irvine and the cops scared them away. It's all up to the city council the make the change. Guess they're not as bright. Wonder why people vote for poor city councilmen.

“Off The Cliff They Go.”

Since: Dec 09

Duarte, CA

#9 Dec 17, 2009
Continuing to import great family values from South of the border and then the little offspring continue the family tradition.

Isn't it funny that we have become a nation and community of enablers through political

correctness to those who would do harm to our citizens, our children and our people.

And many of the lemmings here will disagree, but why do so many just choose to ignore the obvious when it stares you in the face?

I guess that kid's should just stay out of gangs, period.

But you cannot treat the sweat bagger gang trash with kid's gloves.

Wake the hell up...

“LISTEN UP PEOPLE”

Since: Nov 09

belvedere

#10 Dec 17, 2009
that headline is misleading, this gang injunction wouldnt have saved his life, dont know who he was but the description tells me he was headed for a early grave. PARENTS tell your children, looking gangster is not cool, it's down right dangerous, i see these youngsters all the time with their straight billed caps dickies shorts, tube socks,all sleeved up. if ya gonna look the part be prepared to get hit up! and if your not from anywhere..."OH MADON!"
Gleeked

Arcadia, CA

#11 Dec 17, 2009
I just moved to this neighborhood a few months ago. With the recent dip in home prices, I managed to save up enough to put a down payment on a house in Monrovia. I moved to So Cal a few years back from the mid-west. I chose Monrovia because it is close to my job and I thought it was a beautiful city that was relatively safe. I was very rattled after this most recent shooting. I live right around the corner from there and I walk my dog nearly everyday right by that location. The fact that the victim had gang ties does not ease my mind at all. This very easily could have been my boyfriend and me, as innocent people die from gang violence all the time. I did some research online yesterday and read the injunction document. My question is: What exactly is this injunction supposed to accomplish? So there is a "safe-zone" around the city. Is that supposed to mean that the penalty for murder is higher than what it is outside of the "safe-zone"? I, for one, would like to see a greater police presence in the neighborhoods. I notice that one of the tactics that law enforcement uses to dissuade crime is to park empty cruisers around certain neighborhoods. Just to let them know, this is not fooling anyone. This whole thing is very unsettling. I haven't even gotten a chance to really enjoy my new house,(new to me, anyway, it was built in 1924.) before this first tragedy struck. This leaves me wondering if I made a giant mistake by moving here. It is interesting to see in the span of a couple of hours a caravan with santa on a fire truck followed by a city block roped off from a shooting. It is quite ironic to say the least.
Jack S chit

Covina, CA

#12 Dec 17, 2009
If you are heavily into White Power, Monrovia probably isn't a good place to live. The guy probably couldn't keep his mouth shut, check out his myspace page...

http://www.myspace.com/skumskurvypirate36

“Always on topic”

Since: Aug 09

Location hidden

#13 Dec 17, 2009
"i like to fight,drink, and love women.i hate cops,toads,and snitches get stitches.i have done three prison terms, my last was at Folsom. I love love my life and thank god I am white."

I'd say the ingorance and stupidity was equally shared by all parties involved.

“Always on topic”

Since: Aug 09

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#14 Dec 17, 2009
His old lady is "Suicidalinside"...s he left a nice love note telling him she was in Rehab(awww cute). I wonder if that is Rico Stinko's daughter.
Bleh

Los Angeles, CA

#16 Dec 17, 2009
Gleeked wrote:
I just moved to this neighborhood a few months ago. With the recent dip in home prices, I managed to save up enough to put a down payment on a house in Monrovia. I moved to So Cal a few years back from the mid-west. I chose Monrovia because it is close to my job and I thought it was a beautiful city that was relatively safe. I was very rattled after this most recent shooting. I live right around the corner from there and I walk my dog nearly everyday right by that location. The fact that the victim had gang ties does not ease my mind at all. This very easily could have been my boyfriend and me, as innocent people die from gang violence all the time. I did some research online yesterday and read the injunction document. My question is: What exactly is this injunction supposed to accomplish? So there is a "safe-zone" around the city. Is that supposed to mean that the penalty for murder is higher than what it is outside of the "safe-zone"? I, for one, would like to see a greater police presence in the neighborhoods. I notice that one of the tactics that law enforcement uses to dissuade crime is to park empty cruisers around certain neighborhoods. Just to let them know, this is not fooling anyone. This whole thing is very unsettling. I haven't even gotten a chance to really enjoy my new house,(new to me, anyway, it was built in 1924.) before this first tragedy struck. This leaves me wondering if I made a giant mistake by moving here. It is interesting to see in the span of a couple of hours a caravan with santa on a fire truck followed by a city block roped off from a shooting. It is quite ironic to say the least.
Gang injunctions allow the Police to legally "harrass" gang members without probable cause. They can be pulled over for any reason, aren't allowed to congregate and have curfews.
Basically the injunction allows the Police dept. to be their Mommy's and Daddy's since the original ones they had failed.

“Always on topic”

Since: Aug 09

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#17 Dec 17, 2009
Thanks for the link Jack S chit.

One thing is apparent looking at this guys Myspace page. Gang members regardless of race share a few traits that cross all color lines, Stupidity, drugs, ignorance...oh and some more stupidity.
policemom

Duarte, CA

#18 Dec 17, 2009
Bleh wrote:
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Gang injunctions allow the Police to legally "harrass" gang members without probable cause. They can be pulled over for any reason, aren't allowed to congregate and have curfews.
Basically the injunction allows the Police dept. to be their Mommy's and Daddy's since the original ones they had failed.
Sounds like a good idea. Wish they would do that in all cities in the SGV.
Just reading

Ontario, CA

#20 Dec 17, 2009
Ok, so you gang members talk about like you are so tough, but what is tough is the gun that shoots and kills for you. If you had to do it the old fashioned way you wouldn't be able to kick anyone's ass because you are weak without a weapon. Try that, try using just your fists with no weapons or anything, then innocent people wouldn't get hurt from your bad aim as your running away from your crime..
Funny how the white "OC Gang Member" that was attacked from didn't have a weapon on him, but the Mexican "Gang Members" had weapons. That's the only way they know how to fight..
I am not racist by any means, to me we all bleed the same color so the outside skin doesn't matter. It's just if you are gonna talk shit with your mouth you should be able to back it up with your fists, not a weapon.. And there was only one of him and "%" of the Monrovia gang members? Come on now, if you're gonna show how big and bad you are at least don't have back up..
I obviously hate gang members no matter where they are from or what color they are. I agree that they should all be put into a bullet proof room, let them shoot at each other until only 1 is alive, then let a member of and innocent victim shoot the last one standing. Then we'd have no more recruiting of gang members....
Lupita

Hacienda Heights, CA

#21 Dec 17, 2009
I'm not in any way condoning what happened, or even gonna try to justify why it happened. BUT, how come it hasn't been said in any news broadcast or in the paper that Jason Gentile was a white supremacist,has been in prison,he wore shirts with swastikas on them and praises Hitler. Check out his myspace page and see for yourself.

www.myspace.com/skumskurvypirate36
CITIZENX

Long Beach, CA

#22 Dec 17, 2009
Gleeked wrote:
I just moved to this neighborhood a few months ago. With the recent dip in home prices, I managed to save up enough to put a down payment on a house in Monrovia. I moved to So Cal a few years back from the mid-west. I chose Monrovia because it is close to my job and I thought it was a beautiful city that was relatively safe. I was very rattled after this most recent shooting. I live right around the corner from there and I walk my dog nearly everyday right by that location. The fact that the victim had gang ties does not ease my mind at all. This very easily could have been my boyfriend and me, as innocent people die from gang violence all the time. I did some research online yesterday and read the injunction document. My question is: What exactly is this injunction supposed to accomplish? So there is a "safe-zone" around the city. Is that supposed to mean that the penalty for murder is higher than what it is outside of the "safe-zone"? I, for one, would like to see a greater police presence in the neighborhoods. I notice that one of the tactics that law enforcement uses to dissuade crime is to park empty cruisers around certain neighborhoods. Just to let them know, this is not fooling anyone. This whole thing is very unsettling. I haven't even gotten a chance to really enjoy my new house,(new to me, anyway, it was built in 1924.) before this first tragedy struck. This leaves me wondering if I made a giant mistake by moving here. It is interesting to see in the span of a couple of hours a caravan with santa on a fire truck followed by a city block roped off from a shooting. It is quite ironic to say the least.
You should have purchased a home in Pasadena. Pasadena Police shoot gang members. May not be right, but it makes some of the idiots think twice.

“Off The Cliff They Go.”

Since: Dec 09

Duarte, CA

#23 Dec 17, 2009
Mexican gang Baggers are kinda like little terrorists. Like Hezbollah or al qaeda in a sense.

They hit they're targets in groups and then retreat. They retreat.

Then hide like little weasels or run back across the border to Mexico?

Does this sound like acts of terrorism to you?

Hey police and law enforcement - are you listening?

Have a great day.
CITIZENX

Long Beach, CA

#24 Dec 17, 2009
Lupita wrote:
I'm not in any way condoning what happened, or even gonna try to justify why it happened. BUT, how come it hasn't been said in any news broadcast or in the paper that Jason Gentile was a white supremacist,has been in prison,he wore shirts with swastikas on them and praises Hitler. Check out his myspace page and see for yourself.
www.myspace.com/skumskurvypirate36
Because the issue here is that a non-white killed him. Not the fact that he was stupid and probably said something really racist. However, I agree that his stupidity does not justify someone killing him. I've said it before...Blacks and Hispanics you better stop fighting each other and join forces. Whites still make up the majority in this nation... 58%. I would be very careful in Monrovia if I were a black or hispanic gang member. Skinheads are very devious, and if this guy meant anything to anyone they might want a little revenge. Stupid circle of hate.
PECKERWOOD

San Dimas, CA

#25 Dec 17, 2009
The Nazi Low Riders Oath

1. I, as a Nazi Low Rider, hereby swear an unrelenting oath upon the green graves of our sires, upon the children in the wombs of our wives, upon the throne of god almighty, sacred to his name, to join together in the holy union with the brothers in this circle and to declare forthright that from this day moment on that I have no fear of death, no fear of foe, that I have a sacred duty to do whatever is necessary to deliver our people from the Jew and bring total victory to the Nazi Low Riders.
2. I, as a Nazi Low Rider Warrior, swear myself to complete secrecy to the Order and total loyalty to my comrades.
3. Let me bear witness to you, my brothers, that should one of you fall in battle, I will see to the welfare and well being of your family.
4. Let me bear witness to you, my brothers, that should one of you be taken prisoner, I will do whatever is necessary to regain your freedom.
5. Let me bear witness to you, my brothers, that should an enemy agent hurt you, I will chase him to the ends of the earth and remove his head from his body.
6. And furthermore, let me bear witness to you, my brothers, that if I break this oath let me be forever cursed upon the lips of our people as a coward and an oath breaker.
7. My brothers, let us be his battle axe and weapons of war. Let us go forward by one’s and two’s, by scores and legions and as true Nazi Low Riders with pure hearts and strong minds face the enemies of our brotherhood and families, with courage and determination.
8. We hereby invoke the blood covenant and declare that we are in a full state of war and will not lay down our weapons until we have driven the enemy into the sea and reclaimed that which is rightfully ours. Through our blood and gods will, the land will be that of our children.

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