Gangs in Dona Ana County: What can we...

Gangs in Dona Ana County: What can we do?

There are 6 comments on the Las Cruces Sun-News story from Dec 30, 2008, titled Gangs in Dona Ana County: What can we do?. In it, Las Cruces Sun-News reports that:

Eli Guzman, 35, owner and sensei of Guzman's Sport Karate and Kickboxing, teaches Bryce Watters, 9, the proper way to throw an effective punch during a training session in July as Bryce's twin sister, Brianna ...

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JCC

Houston, TX

#1 Mar 25, 2009
Guzman is still a fake
concerned

Las Cruces, NM

#2 Jul 17, 2009
Thugs are just people who werent loved by their parents. The parents didnt pay enough attention to the kids and look how they turned out. If they would just take some time to be invalved in their lives then maybe the kids would grow up with better positive values.
Jacques Thomet 7 DAN

Saint Petersburg, FL

#3 Jul 17, 2009
What we can do ??????????
The best of the best joke in this country.
ahahahahahahahhaahhaah!
Are you ready to do it ? or it is just blah..blah..blah, like usually.....Unreliable. ahahha!
Because people talk and never finish to talk.
But in reality happen never nothing.....ahahahah !
Specially adults women or men do nothing.ahahha!
All sayd we are so tired ...ahahahah !stop to be tired. ahahahah !
Castillo

Alhambra, CA

#4 Jul 17, 2009
I grew up in South central LA, and now a dual resident of: Los Angeles CA and Las Cruces NM. I hung with gang members without being one, worked for CA Youth Authorities, have family members through marriage that are active, and taught special ed highschool. All the stereotypes of what the families are like and economic statuses are not that clear as most assume. Juvenile offenders predominately are learning handicapped, but some are gifted. Gangs do become false families and a backup defense against predators in unsafe neighborhoods. Hopelessness of achieving a better life is a strong incentive to join as well as the need to build up a faltering self esteem by belonging somewhere. The young ones are easily maniplated and managed through drugs, fears and excitement at an early age before they learn to rationalize for themselves by older more hardcore "adults".
DHD

Santa Fe, NM

#6 Nov 7, 2009
This is the best solution for gangs!(Govner are you listening?) Once a gang member is arrested and found guilty of any gang related actitivy should a manatory enlistment into the military. They like guns, being around each other for protection, and fighting Perfect! They are far away from us and maybe in Iraq or somewher in the middle east, and the military courts are alot tougher than our system! Problem solved!!!!!
give me a break

United States

#7 Nov 7, 2009
DHD wrote:
This is the best solution for gangs!(Govner are you listening?) Once a gang member is arrested and found guilty of any gang related actitivy should a manatory enlistment into the military. They like guns, being around each other for protection, and fighting Perfect! They are far away from us and maybe in Iraq or somewher in the middle east, and the military courts are alot tougher than our system! Problem solved!!!!!
I agree, If they want to kill, send them to a war zone

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