Portrait emerges of young murder suspect
Educators at Talent Middle School where Mauricio Humberto Teran attended sixth and seventh grade were saddened to learn that their former student had been accused of murder, Principal Curt Shenk said.
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#1 Nov 4, 2009
THIS TOWN IS SO LAME THERE ARE NO GANGS HERE ONLY A BUNCH OF WANNABEES!THE ONLY THING GOING ON IN THIS TOWN IS LITTLE PUNKS TRYING TO PROVE THERE BAD AND THEY GET AWAY WITH CLAIMING A GANGS NAME! PUT THEM DOWN IN SALINAS (CA) WHERE I GREW UP AND THEY WOULD ALL GET SHOT WITHIN THE FIRST DAY!NOT TRYING TO GLOAT BUT WHAT WE HAVE HERE IS KIDS WHATCHING TOO MUCH T.V. OR THIK THAT BIENG A REAL GANG MEMBER JUST WHRES BAGGY CLOTHES AND A CERTAIN COLOR MAKES THEM SOMEBODY, BUT WHAT THEY DONT REALIZE THE KIDS AND THE COPS IN THIS TOWN IS THAT REAL GANG MEMBERS DONT FUCK AROUND PERIOD AND IF THIS TOWN HAD A REAL GANG PROBLEM TRST ME WE WOULD KNOW!COPS USE THE WORD GANG TOO MUCH WITH THESE KIDS AND PUNKS AND THAT HIGHTENS THERE SENSE OF BEING A WANNABEE SO DONT REFER TO THESE KIDS AS GANG MEMBERS OR GIVE THEM A TITLE ITS FALSE!
#2 Nov 4, 2009
Hey capetillo, your lame and so is california gang bangers.Why dont you spend less time trying to school us on the in and outs of worthless cali so called "tough guys",and focus on school maybe learn how to spell. As a matter of fact,take your sorry ass back to california
#3 Nov 8, 2009
Actually, Capetillo, what we have here (which has been proven by arrests) are gangbangers who are 22 to 27 years old coming up to the Medford area to recruit and initiate young Hispanic males into their gangs so they can expand their memberships. When some gangbangers beat up a man in the food court at the mall and in the parking lot of a grocery store, our gang division of the police was able to round them up and arrest them, including the 20-something guys from California that were doing the recruiting. There have also been a few instances where the young men who were originally recruited tried to get out of the gang and got badly beaten and stabbed. So they are NOT "wannabes," but victims of actual, vicious long-term gangbangers who recruited them.
I think, as a society, we have to ask what makes gangs so appealing to them? If we can determine that, we might be able to fight them by taking away their base for recruitment. The gangs require recruits to "earn" their way into the gang by beating or even killing someone. The gangs recruit young girls by requiring them to submit to gang rapes. Why do these children (and most are 13 to 16 years when recruited) submit themselves to this kind of debasement? Something in the gangs must sound awfully attractive to them, more attractive than completing school or living a good life, so they just throw away their opportunities before they are old enough to benefit from them. Very sad.
#4 Nov 16, 2009
oh i think this is so true i lived in salinas as a child and i lived in medford as an adult and yes they wouldnt last very long in salinas take the to alisal over by the high school those mexican will straight [email protected] them up or take him to the park by cross st i belive it is i lived on that street no bullshit there at that park police wouldnt even go down it for nothen
#5 Nov 16, 2009
we already know what they like about gangs its the money,power,respect form there people
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