MadIP wrote:I WANNA POST THIS LIL STORY ABOUT THIS DUDES, I DONT THINK THEY ACTIVE ANYMORE, BUT JUST TO SHOW HOW INSANE CHICAGO CAN GET, SHIT, WHEN THERE WASNT EVEN CRIPS AND BLOODS IN LA , THIS IS WHAT WAS HAPPENIN IN CHICAGO . AND ALSO I WOULD SAY THEY MADE THE ILLEST WAY OF RECRUITING NEW MEMBERS TO THERE GANG, JUST SHOOTIN THEM , AND THIS WAS 1966 :
On July 25, 1966, in the afternoon these two boys who were members of the Dell Vikings, were at a playground located at 41st and Indiana Avenue in Chicago.
At that playground there were five boys playing basketball. These two fellows with a third fellow who acted as lookout according to the testimony…talked to these five boys and said, "All right, we are going to a meeting of the Dell Vikings. Who wants to join?" Three of the boys said they wanted to join. So cochran and Cannon took those three boys and put them on one side of the basket. The other two said they did not want to join. So Cochran and Cannon put them on the other side of the basket.
The Chariman: Who are Cochran and Cannon?
Mr. Karston: Members of the Dell Vikings.
They then asked the two boys that were on the left side of gthe basket, "Are you sure you do not want to join?"
The boys were Donald Hopkins Jr. 15, and Anthony Smith, who was 14.
"Are you sure you don't want to join?"
"We are sure we don't want to join."
At that point Cochran told Cannon, "Burn them." Cannon… took out a gun from his pocket and he shot them both and killed them. They were found guilty by a jury in Cook County in the fall of 1967.
THEY DESERVE A PLACE IN GANG HISTORY.
Posted it like it was kool too. He said b's & c's didn't even exist in LA yet, but I think the c's might have been around back then.MidwestMind wrote:Damn... that's #%@& up.
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