In Iraq for 365

About my experiences in Iraq... the frustrations, the missions and this country... and the journey home

Wednesday, May 10, 2006

FBI suspects there are gangs in the Army

The FBI has assigned an agent to monitor any connections between U.S. Soldiers and a Chicago-based gang alliance, federal agents said. Of particular concern are reports that the Folk Nation, consisting of more than a dozen gangs in the Chicago area, is placing young members in the military in an effort to gather information about weapons and tactics, said FBI Special Agent Andrea Simmons, who is based in El Paso, Texas.

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I've wondered how long it would take for the FBI to get involved with this. I would be willing to bet that every gang is represented in the military. But don't be alarmed. Most of these kids are in for "second chances." And I doubt they would want to go back into gang life after the military bond. According to the above report, there is gang graffiti in dozens of latrines in Iraq. So, it will be interesting to see how this turns out.


At 2:05 PM, Blogger Rosemary said...

I imagine boot camp and war could change a person right quick. Let's hope it's for the good. I pray it is.

How have you been? Well, I hope. Have a great day.

At 1:26 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

it may seem paranoiac, but I think that is better to prevent than regret later, and it is the best action the FBI can do. And what if they find that some army members consume Sildenafil ?

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