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by PHD and Rene Enriquez Al Valdez

ePub Urban Street Terrorism The Mexican Mafia and the Surenos download
Author:
PHD and Rene Enriquez Al Valdez
ISBN13:
978-0984116478
ISBN:
0984116478
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Publisher:
Police and Fire Publishing LLC (2011)
Subcategory:
Politics & Government
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1734 kb
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Rating:
4.9
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181

The Mexican Mafia is considered an international gang which recruits from the ranks of the Sureños. If you are seriously studying the Mexican Mafia you must read this book.

The Mexican Mafia is considered an international gang which recruits from the ranks of the Sureños. Learn about the special relationship this group has with Hispanic street and prison gangs, Mexican drug trafficking organizations and the constant battle over money, power and control.

Urban Street Terrorism book. The Mexican Mafia continues to expand its transnational criminal activities and will continue to diversify until the criminal justice system becomes more informed.

TERM Winter '15. PROFESSOR HOFFMAN.

Author: Al Valdez, P. Urban Street Terrorism – The Mexican Mafia and the Surenos. by Al Valdez & Rene Eriquez. This book will take you on a journey into the inner workings of California’s first prison gang, the Mexican Mafia. Discover how this prison gang uses influence, power, and violence to control an army of over 40,000 street gang members across the nation and even in other countries. The Mexican Mafia is considered an international gang which recruits from the ranks of the Sureños.

Learn about the special relationship this group has with Hispanic street and prison gangs, Mexican drug trafficking organizations and the constant battle over money, power and control.

By: Al Valdez, PhD and Rene Enriquez. Publisher: Police and Fire Publishing. Print ISBN: 9781936986231, 193698623X. eText ISBN: 9781936986231, 193698623X. The world’s eTextbook reader for students. VitalSource is the leading provider of online textbooks and course materials. More than 15 million users have used our Bookshelf platform over the past year to improve their learning experience and outcomes.

Subtitle The Mexican Mafia and the Surenos. ISBN13: 9781936986231. More Books . ABOUT CHEGG.

Syllabus for professor valdez. University of California Irvine. Prison Gangs SOC SCI 164C.

Rene "Boxer" Enriquez (born July 7, 1962 in Artesia, California) is a former Mexican-American gang member. He was a high ranking influential member of the Mexican Mafia before becoming a federal witness in 2003. His life is chronicled in Chris Blatchford's true crime book The Black Hand: The Story of Rene "Boxer" Enriquez, and his life in the Mexican Mafia.

This book will take you on a journey into the inner workings of California's first prison gang, the Mexican Mafia. Discover how this prison gang uses influence, power, and violence to control an army of over 40,000 street gang members across the nation and even in other countries. The Mexican Mafia is considered an international gang which recruits from the ranks of the Sureños. Learn about the special relationship this group has with Hispanic street and prison gangs, Mexican drug trafficking organizations and the constant battle over money, power and control.
  • If you are seriously studying the Mexican Mafia you must read this book. It could have benefitted from a more diligent editor, but what it lacks in polish it makes up with detailed inside knowledge.

  • Excellent information for people interested in the criminal justice, gang training. I recomend this book to you folks. Valuable information and insite of a criminal organization.

  • Great knowledge in this book. Easy to read and the font is good size.

  • Even more insight, though not as gripping as The Black Hand.

  • Great book

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  • This is a very informative law enforcement training book. There is definitely something to be said about a "participant observer" who relates firsthand information about a subject matter. Rene "Boxer" Enriquez' collaboration with Al Valdez affords an intimate look into the operations of the Mexican Mafia. This book is required reading for the law enforcement community and one I have placed at the head of my "Gang Library." Five (5) stars for this literary endeavor.