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Unread post by stamps » March 15th, 2006, 9:40 am

Are they on the Westside,,,north of ETG?? How long they been around?? Enemies??

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Unread post by xxx » March 15th, 2006, 10:45 pm

On the East Side in swan Hood.

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Unread post by Young Nile » March 16th, 2006, 1:54 am

These are some confused dudes...Half of them is pro Swan and the other half is Pro 76 EC... They sport Green as they hood color....

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Unread post by Y.G. » March 16th, 2006, 2:47 am

Young Nile wrote:These are some confused dudes...Half of them is pro Swan and the other half is Pro 76 EC... They sport Green as they hood color....



DAMN THEY ARE CONFUSED LOL!

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Unread post by stamps » March 16th, 2006, 12:02 pm

Aright...that's weird,,,are they old or new?

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Unread post by Moon » March 16th, 2006, 1:08 pm

those niggas hella confused must be smokin yay or sherm

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Unread post by Common Sense » March 16th, 2006, 1:12 pm

7 trays I remember were off of Van Ness Ave during the 80's. Probably around 5-10 of them. I wondered what ever happened those fools?

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Unread post by Young Nile » March 17th, 2006, 12:57 am

They have a few Hustla Gangs in the 70's...

71 Hustla on the West Side

73 Hustla on the East

75 Hustla on the East Side...

I'm always getting these niggaz and 75 confused....Maybe these niggaz the one's confused....

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Unread post by bkstomp3 » January 29th, 2008, 4:38 am

I know a couple of them niggaz and don't get along with dem that well......most of them are related and set

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Unread post by xxx » January 30th, 2008, 4:44 pm

Common Sense wrote:7 trays I remember were off of Van Ness Ave during the 80's. Probably around 5-10 of them. I wondered what ever happened those fools?
there aint never been any group of niggas claim 7 Tray on VanNess & 73rd.st.......

First off the Sixtys press all the way to 75/76th and Van Ness.
-75th.St Elementary is one of 4 elementarys the Sixtys start off at.

Second, Inglewood Familys are right on 77th & Van Ness.

Third, the Eastside 7 Tray Huslters are in Swan Hood off of San Pedro & 73rd.St, down the street from Fremont High.

They were not Crip/Blood affiated like most Hustler Crews in the Beginning.

They switched up late in the game to 73 Gangsta Crips Swan K, now...........

not a factor in the gang world of South Central

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Common Sense wrote:7 trays I remember were off of Van Ness Ave during the 80's. Probably around 5-10 of them. I wondered what ever happened those fools?
there aint never been any group of niggas claim 7 Tray on VanNess & 73rd.st.......

First off the Sixtys press all the way to 75/76th and Van Ness.
-75th.St Elementary is one of 4 elementarys the Sixtys start off at.

Second, Inglewood Familys are right on 77th & Van Ness.

Third, the Eastside 7 Tray Huslters are in Swan Hood off of San Pedro & 73rd.St, down the street from Fremont High.

They were not Crip/Blood affiated like most Hustler Crews in the Beginning.

They switched up late in the game to 73 Gangsta Crips Swan K, now...........

not a factor in the gang world of South Central

Damn that shit iz straigt garbage!!!

only gang i know in swann hood iz 71 Hustler Crip

i saw a hit up on 75 & Main

itz said that they got 71st 73 and 79st but i dont think that they go to 79th that must be swann hood

and they claimin msbK and fsbK

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Unread post by xxx » January 26th, 2009, 7:08 pm

Common was right to a point.

I hollared at an older homie that confirmed there was a 73 Gangsta Crip off of 73rd & Van Ness, not 73 Hustler.

The 73GC didn't last long.

There was also a w/s 70's Gang off of Crenshaw that didnt last long either.

Sly from 70's used to strike the walls up.

These gangs played out and were short lived.

73 GC in the ealry 80's,w/s 70's mid 80's

If you werent a Local you wouldnt even know about these dudes

e/s 7 Tray Hustlers are off of Florece & San Pedro on the Swan Side........

they werent claim Crip at first because the Swans would of ate them up.

They played Neutral throughout must of their career.

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Unread post by Coup » January 26th, 2009, 7:40 pm

71 Hustler....over there near the 67 NHC??? Is dude sayin they were an e/s click before movin west or are they lil 83's..

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Unread post by xxx » January 27th, 2009, 9:40 am

71 Hustlers & 67 Hustlers (67NHC), and 65 Booty Locs (Hustlers) have always been on the w/s in ETG hood.

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Unread post by Coup » January 27th, 2009, 7:20 pm

I remember a 59 booty locs but yeah, that sounds familiar. 71 seems to have all of 83's enemies. Stay beefin with 67's on Budlong and on Kansas. Don't know if they branched off or what.

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Unread post by H572DSTA » January 28th, 2009, 8:29 am

you 4 sho that they in ETG hood?

i seen that hit up in swann hood

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Unread post by Young Nile » February 7th, 2009, 12:08 pm

71's is W/S in 83 Hood.... They kinda shakey with the 67's now days.... They small but some kinda way seem to stay on the map...

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Unread post by pistolslanga » February 28th, 2009, 5:46 pm

Young Nile wrote:71's is W/S in 83 Hood.... They kinda shakey with the 67's now days.... They small but some kinda way seem to stay on the map...

theyre standing under 8trays umbrella, if they ran an individual hood they wouldve been gone by now...

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Unread post by OG Redbone » June 3rd, 2009, 7:41 pm

I DUDE FRUM 73 AND HE SAYS THERE MORE ON the BLUE SIDE IF ANY

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Unread post by dubts » February 21st, 2010, 2:42 am

e/s 73 hustlas is straight Swan Killas, no question

thats swan's biggest war in the millenium..... Young Nina Swans vs. E/S 73 Hustlas

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xxx wrote:
Common Sense wrote:7 trays I remember were off of Van Ness Ave during the 80's. Probably around 5-10 of them. I wondered what ever happened those fools?
there aint never been any group of niggas claim 7 Tray on VanNess & 73rd.st.......

First off the Sixtys press all the way to 75/76th and Van Ness.
-75th.St Elementary is one of 4 elementarys the Sixtys start off at.

Second, Inglewood Familys are right on 77th & Van Ness.

Third, the Eastside 7 Tray Huslters are in Swan Hood off of San Pedro & 73rd.St, down the street from Fremont High.

They were not Crip/Blood affiated like most Hustler Crews in the Beginning.

They switched up late in the game to 73 Gangsta Crips Swan K, now...........

not a factor in the gang world of South Central
i dont think they really on 73rd and san pedro...i think they western border is avalon

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Unread post by DNice » June 29th, 2010, 6:22 pm

They all kick it in rthem appartments right off main at the corner that's they hood. A lot of them moved to san bernartdino and was runnin shit for several months they were deep like 15 of them on the ie. They fuc with the ecc, the ecc use to want them to turn but they co exsist with the coasts and hate swans

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Unread post by kmcox » July 2nd, 2010, 9:42 am

I seen hardcore wall bangin on san pedro and 74st. ...my girl's grandma stay on 75th and town. I think they a wall bangin hood. See hella strike ups but never no cirps

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Unread post by OG Redbone » July 25th, 2010, 12:57 am

dubts wrote:e/s 73 hustlas is straight Swan Killas, no question

thats swan's biggest war in the millenium..... Young Nina Swans vs. E/S 73 Hustlas
come homie lets keep real where did u hear that frum

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THE PEOPLE, PLAINTIFF AND RESPONDENT,
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FRED DOUGLAS BROWN, DEFENDANT AND APPELLANT.

APPEAL from a judgment of the Superior Court of Los Angeles County


FACTS

In September and October of 2004, there was ongoing conflict between the Hard Time Hustler Crips (the Hustlers) and the Family Swan Bloods (the Swans), two criminal street gangs in the area of the Southeast and 77th Street police divisions.*fn1 Members of each gang had gone into the other's territory to cross out graffiti. Shots had been fired at two of the Hustlers on Hustler territory. The Hustlers thought the Swans were responsible and wanted to retaliate.

Appellant and Porter were members of the Hustlers. Appellant's gang moniker was "Silk." Porter's was "YC" or "Baby YC." Appellant had previously belonged to a Blood gang before he joined the Hustlers. According to a gang expert, a gang member who changes gangs may commit violent crimes to prove his loyalty to the new gang. Moreover, gang members who commit serious crimes increase their status within the gang.

Appellant frequently used his girlfriend's car, a small green Geo Prizm with tinted windows (the green car).

The evidence showed that appellant and Porter were involved in four different shooting incidents on Swan territory. Appellant was charged with and convicted of the first three incidents. The fourth incident, the firing of shots at Michael J., was not charged. That incident was used for the issue of identity, as it occurred on the same afternoon as the charged murder

. Henderson G. (Count 2)

Henderson G. belonged to the Swans. He knew appellant, as appellant "used to run with" Henderson's gang before switching allegiance to the Hustlers. He had previously seen appellant driving the green car. He also was familiar with Porter.

Around 4:00 p.m. on September 9, Henderson was sitting in front of his house, watching his little son ride a bicycle. Other neighbors and children were outside. The green car drove past Henderson and then returned. Henderson did not see who was driving it. The car's front passenger and back passenger doors opened. Appellant and Porter came out through those doors, pointed guns at Henderson, and started shooting. Henderson ran across the grass and jumped over a fence into the backyard. The shooting continued, making holes in the fence. Porter jumped over the fence and pursued Henderson through the backyard, over another fence, and into an alley. Inside the alley, he shot Henderson in the back, shattering Henderson's shoulder bone, but not killing him.

Henderson did not initially tell the police who shot him, as he planned to retaliate personally. He later told the police about appellant's and Porter's involvement. He changed his mind because he decided that he did not want to jeopardize his own freedom, as his son needed him. He picked out pictures of appellant and Porter from photo lineups (six-packs), and identified appellant at the trial.

A neighbor who witnessed the incident saw a young African-American male get out of a green car and shoot at Henderson. She picked out appellant's picture from a six-pack and identified a photo of the green car. At the trial, she testified that appellant "kind of remind[ed]" her of the shooter she saw.


. Kerry P. (Count 3)

On October 7, Kerry P. was driving with a friend in Swan territory. Kerry had friends who belonged to the Swans, although he denied that he himself was a member. The green car followed closely behind Kerry's car and then pulled next to it. Appellant and Porter were inside of the green car. One of them stuck a gun out of the window and fired at least five shots at Kerry. Kerry and his friend were not hit, but the shots shattered glass and left holes in the car.

On October 21, the police found a loaded .38-caliber revolver while executing a search warrant at Porter's home. That gun fired bullet fragments recovered from Kerry's car.



3. Byron Lee (Count 1)

Shortly after 2:00 p.m. on October 9, Juan V. was in his backyard, working on his car. An alley ran along the backyard. Juan heard a car "revving" its engine as it proceeded quickly into the alley. Looking into the alley, Juan saw that a boy was riding a bicycle in front of the car. A shot rang out. The boy fell off the bicycle onto the ground. Two men left the car. They were both African-Americans, around 20 to 22 years old. Both of them held a gun. The boy knelt on the ground for two or three minutes. The gunmen talked to him while holding guns at his head. They then shot him, 11 to 15 times, in the head and body. They returned to the car, which drove out of the alley.

The boy was later identified as 14-year-old Byron Lee. Two types of ammunition were used. The guns were never found.

At the trial, Juan V. testified that the car he saw looked like another car appellant sometimes used, rather than the green car. Juan also said there was a lot of dust and he paid little attention to the car.

Another neighbor testified that she heard a gunshot and then many gunshots. After that, she saw two cars leave the alley. One was the green car with two African-American males inside. The other car looked like the other car appellant used. It had about five people in it.



. Michael J. (The Uncharged Crime)

The same afternoon that Lee was killed, Michael J. was driving his car nearby. Michael "hng out with Swan gang members," although he denied membership in that gang. A friend had warned him to "watch out for a green car" whose occupants "had shot a little boy" earlier that day.

Michael saw the green car, which had three African-American males inside. One of them, the person in the back seat, wore a red cap.*fn2 The car made a U-turn and followed Michael's car. Someone in the front seat passed an object to the person in the back seat. Michael tried to evade the green car, but it kept following him. Shots were fired at him. He was not hit personally, but one of the bullets made a hole in his car's trunk. When the police later showed him a six-pack, he said appellant looked like the person with the red cap in the back seat. In court, however, Michael did not make an identification

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Brown and Delgadillo File Lawsuit Seeking Injunction that Creates 1.4 Square-Mile Gang-Free Zone Around L.A. School


This injunction would be the first-of-its-kind and would impose a daytime curfew on members of four violent street gangs (the Swan Bloods, Florencia 13, the Main Street Crips, and the 7-Trey Hustlers/Gangster Crips) to prevent them from being on the streets while students walk to and from school, from assembling with other gang members, and from harassing and intimidating law-abiding citizens

The investigation found that gang members frequently confronted, threatened, intimidated, assaulted, and robbed Fremont High School students traveling to and from school. These gangs also vandalized property, trespassed, loitered and sold and used drugs on sidewalks and streets near the school. For example:

- In April 2009, a young male was shot by a young female in broad daylight right next to Fremont High School on 79th Street and Avalon Boulevard.

- In March 2009, Swan Blood gang members attacked a young woman from behind in broad daylight and stole her necklace at a laundromat adjacent to Fremont High School on 78th Street and San Pedro Street.

- In February 2009, a Main Street Crip gang member armed with a handgun took a family hostage seven blocks from Fremont High School on 84th Street between Main Street and Wall Street after running from an LAPD officer.

- In November 2008, three Swan Blood gang members approached a 16-year-old student from behind, knocked him to the ground, punched and kicked him in the head and face, knocked him unconscious, and took his property. The crime occurred about four blocks from Fremont High School on McKinley Avenue at 80th Street.

- In October 2008, a 7-Trey Hustlers/Gangster Crips gang member shot into crowd of rival Swan Blood gang members with an assault rifle about one block from Fremont High School at 76th Street and San Pedro Street, killing an eight-year-old girl.

- In 2008, Florencia 13 gang members surrounded a Fremont High School student, asked him where he was from, yelled out, "This is Florencia!" proceeded to punch and kick him, and stole his money and electronics. The crime occurred less than one block from Fremont High School at 79th Street and Avalon Boulevard.

- In October 2007, a Florencia 13 gang member tried to stab a 15-year-old student walking home with a screw driver. Five to six gang members then punched and kicked the student, causing an eye abrasion, swelling to both sides of his face, bloody lips, a bump on his head and vomiting.

- In June 2007, a Swan Blood gang member murdered two young men in an alley about six blocks from Fremont High School, near 84th Street and San Pedro Street.

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THE PEOPLE, PLAINTIFF AND RESPONDENT,
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JAMARR WILLIAMS, DEFENDANT AND APPELLANT.

APPEAL from a judgment of the Superior Court of Los Angeles County

. The Drive-by Shooting and Identification of Williams

The area south of East Florence Avenue between Central Avenue and Broadway in South Los Angeles (just east of the Harbor Freeway) is claimed by the 79 Swans street gang. Williams is a member of 79 Swans. A portion of the same area is also claimed by the Seven-trey Hustlers, a much smaller gang. Although the two gangs have at times had a truce, in the period prior to the shooting at issue in this case, they had fought over their overlapping territory; and members of each gang had engaged in drive-by shootings targeting their rivals.

On March 26, 2007 at approximately 1:30 p.m. the victims, Roody Wade, Jr. and Maurice Luster, both members of Seven-trey Hustlers, were walking in an alley a few blocks south of East Florence Avenue near Wade‟s home. They were approached from behind by a black-and-white colored automobile. A man inside the car fired several gunshots at Wade and Luster. Wade was hit in the left leg and was treated for his injury at Huntington Memorial Hospital.

Los Angeles Police Detective George Bashai interviewed Wade at the hospital. Wade said he had seen a black-and-white car earlier in the day. He saw the car again about 1:20 p.m. as he and his friend were walking in their neighborhood. When the car started coming toward him, he ran into the alley, where he was shot. Wade told Bashai the shooter was known to him as "Toon" or "Lil Toon," a member of the 79 Swans gang. He did not know the shooter‟s real name, but described him as a Black male, 20 to 25 years old, between six feet and six feet two inches tall and weighing approximately 170 pounds. Wade said the shooter lived in a pink apartment building on 74th Street between McKinley Avenue and Wadsworth Avenue.*fn1 Wade‟s father was present during the interview.

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RE H.W., A PERSON COMING UNDER THE JUVENILE COURT LAW.
THE PEOPLE, PLAINTIFF AND RESPONDENT,
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H.W., DEFENDANT AND APPELLANT.

APPEAL from an order of the Superior Court of Los Angeles County

On the afternoon of July 23, 2008, Rock was with H.W.'s sister, whom she referred to as Crafty. The two women were walking down San Pedro Street, taking Crafty's four-year-old brother home to his mother's house. As they passed by a hamburger stand, four guys from the Bloods gang "started messing with [Crafty]." The young men called Crafty names and one of the boys said it was "all right." The "next time they [caught] her slipping, they [were] going to blow her head off." Crafty continued to walk until one of the young men ran up to her and began a physical fight. Two boys approached Rock and began to fight with her. Crafty's four-year-old brother ended up face down in the street. After the fight, Crafty picked up her baby brother and headed toward her uncle's home. Rock left Crafty and returned to her apartment. According to Rock, Crafty "went her way and I went mine." Rock believed the young men who had attacked them were from the Swans gang.

On July 23, 2008, Derrick D. had spent the day with his cousin who lived on San Pedro Street between 74th and 75th Streets. For a time, Derrick D. had gone to the home of a woman named Yvonne Rock to watch some television. At approximately 4:30 p.m., as he was leaving Rock's home, Derrick D. saw H.W. H.W. was angry because his sister had been "jumped" by members of the Swans gang. The Swans are affiliated with the Blood gang and H.W. is a member of the 73rd Street Crips. H.W. was carrying a "sniper rifle" and he told Derrick D. that he intended to "get th[o]se guys because they had jumped [his] sister." Derrick D. told H.W. "not to do anything stupid" and not to get caught

On the afternoon of July 23, 2008, Chris H., a member of the South Side Compton Crips, was "hanging with a few of [his] friends" as he was driving his car toward 74th and Main Street. As he drove, Chris H. saw 13-year-old H.W., whom he knew as K-Swiss, "walking," "pacing" and "talking like he was mad."*fn2 H.W. told Chris H. he was angry because some Sways "had jumped his sister." When a young man named Derrick D. then walked up and began talking with H.W., Chris H. drove away.

On his way back approximately an hour later, Chris H. again saw Derrick D. and H.W. Derrick D. was carrying a rifle with a scope on it and the two youths were walking toward an alley. Chris H. attempted to tell H.W. not to do it and that it was "not going to make the situation any better." However H.W. and Derrick D. continued to walk down the alley. H.W. told Chris H. that he was going to rectify the situation involving his sister and continued to walk toward 76th Street, which is where gang members belonging to the Swans hang out. After climbing over three separate fences, H.W. headed for some apartments located at the end of an alley. Derrick D., who remained at the last gate, handed the rifle over to H.W. After H.W. made a hand signal indicating he was from the Crips gang and was going to "ang on somebody," Chris H. decided to leave the area. As he drove away, he heard one gunshot fired.

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gautier wrote:THE PEOPLE, PLAINTIFF AND RESPONDENT,
v.
JAMARR WILLIAMS, DEFENDANT AND APPELLANT.

APPEAL from a judgment of the Superior Court of Los Angeles County

. The Drive-by Shooting and Identification of Williams

The area south of East Florence Avenue between Central Avenue and Broadway in South Los Angeles (just east of the Harbor Freeway) is claimed by the 79 Swans street gang. Williams is a member of 79 Swans. A portion of the same area is also claimed by the Seven-trey Hustlers, a much smaller gang. Although the two gangs have at times had a truce, in the period prior to the shooting at issue in this case, they had fought over their overlapping territory; and members of each gang had engaged in drive-by shootings targeting their rivals.

On March 26, 2007 at approximately 1:30 p.m. the victims, Roody Wade, Jr. and Maurice Luster, both members of Seven-trey Hustlers, were walking in an alley a few blocks south of East Florence Avenue near Wade‟s home. They were approached from behind by a black-and-white colored automobile. A man inside the car fired several gunshots at Wade and Luster. Wade was hit in the left leg and was treated for his injury at Huntington Memorial Hospital.

Los Angeles Police Detective George Bashai interviewed Wade at the hospital. Wade said he had seen a black-and-white car earlier in the day. He saw the car again about 1:20 p.m. as he and his friend were walking in their neighborhood. When the car started coming toward him, he ran into the alley, where he was shot. Wade told Bashai the shooter was known to him as "Toon" or "Lil Toon," a member of the 79 Swans gang. He did not know the shooter‟s real name, but described him as a Black male, 20 to 25 years old, between six feet and six feet two inches tall and weighing approximately 170 pounds. Wade said the shooter lived in a pink apartment building on 74th Street between McKinley Avenue and Wadsworth Avenue.*fn1 Wade‟s father was present during the interview.

I think the shooter in this case was Big Toon. I interviewed Lil Toon back in 2008. And you will notice that he has 73 tattood on his face crossed out.


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Unread post by bkstomp3 » January 8th, 2011, 11:26 pm

DNice wrote:They all kick it in rthem appartments right off main at the corner that's they hood. A lot of them moved to san bernartdino and was runnin shit for several months they were deep like 15 of them on the ie. They fuc with the ecc, the ecc use to want them to turn but they co exsist with the coasts and hate swans



Yea. That's where I bumped into dem niggaz @ a lil function in sb @ deez apts and dem niggaz was xtra'd Out and bust dis nigga wishield on his caprice lol but all ofem was related from uncles,bros to cuzzins.can't give names tho for otha reasons

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