Mexico and El Salvador has received the most international recognition for street gang development as a result of US deportation, but other countries in South & Central America & the Caribbean including Argentina, Belize, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Domincan Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, French Guiana, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti [d'Haïti], Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico [Estados Unidos Mexicanos], Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru [Perú], Puerto Rico, Suriname, Uruguay, Venenzuela and many other islands in the Caribbean.
Ok... There are like 60 or more gangs in panama.... There are no gangs from other countries really. No bloods, no crips. But I saw in the news that Mara Salvatrucha members and Mara 18 members were coming to make alliances with local gangs.
Here is a List of the Most well known Gangs in Panama:
-Los Hijos Pródigos
-Toca y Muere
-Los Tiny Toon
-La Gente Del Infierno
-Los Niños Protegidos De Dios
-Los Chicos De Plomo
-Los Click Click Click
-Matar O Morir
-Los Hijos De San Joaquín
-Los Click Clack
-La Narco Banda
-Los Niños De La Tumba Fría
-Los Hijos De Dios
-Kill The Nasty
-Time To Kill
-Los Bling Bling
-Los Niños Del Maíz
-Los Perros Fieles
-Los Ángeles Negros
-Los De La Cuevita
-Banda De Oti
-Los Caza Perros
-Los Manes De La Plantita
The most Powerfull Gangs are The San Joaquin Dogs who rule in San joaquin one of the most dangerous hoods in Panama and the Toca y Muere who rule Santa Cruz hood.
Most of these gangs are involved in stealing. drug trafficking, Murders etc..
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Whomever you are: Thanks for educating us. I can tell you truly that I traveled Panama in 2004 west to east to west to east all in 1 day in 2004. I stayed longer than that of course. I am not surprised at your list. I can not cosign or verify it but I find no problem in believing it after seeing what I saw and hearing what I hear. Dear Lord, the Panama especial policia near the Palace told me they find bodies each night in the Panama city ghetto.
I was like: Check please.. when does the next ship sail!
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What is the situation today? I've been to Panama last year and saw some ugly places. But Panama City seems to be peaceful...
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