Hidden meanings behind tattoos

Hidden meanings behind tattoos

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Hidden meanings behind tattoos

The following photos, provided by the Bexar County District Attorney’s Office, identify tattoos used by gangs to demonstrate their affiliations. Photo: William Luther, Express-News File Photo / © 2012 San Antonio Express-News Tango Orejon Photo: Www.bexar.org/da/ Tango Orejon Photo: Www.bexar.org/da/ Mexican Mafia Photo: Www.bexar.org/da/ Mexican Mafia Photo: Www.bexar.org/da/ Hermanos Pistoleros Latinos Photo: Www.bexar.org/da/ Hermanos Pistoleros Latinos Photo: Www.bexar.org/da/ Latin Kings Photo: Www.bexar.org/da/ Aryan Brotherhood Photo: Www.bexar.org/da/ Texas Syndicate Photo: Www.bexar.org/da/ According to the Department of Public Safety’s Texas Gang Threat Assessment, the following are Texas’ biggest gang threats Photo: JOHN DAVENPORT, Express-News File Photo / ©San Antonio Express-News These are Texas’ biggest gang threatsThese are the state’s most worrisome gang threats according to the Department of Public Safety’s Texas Gang Threat Assessment. Above: These weapons were seized from members of the Texas Syndicate during an 18-month investigation. The probe led to 18 people being indicted. Photo: Guillermo Contreras/gcontreras@express-news.net Tango Blast and Tango CliquesTier 1 ThreatDPS: Tango Blast and Tango cliques are located in many major cities across Texas. Tango Blast first developed as a self-protection group against more established prison gangs, such as Texas Mexican Mafia and Texas Syndicate. The gang has grown rapidly and boasts the highest membership numbers among prison gangs in Texas. Due to the rapid growth of Tango Blast and Tango cliques, as well as its high level of criminal activity, propensity for violence and relationships with Mexican cartels, the gang poses a significant threat to Texas. Above: A Tango Blast tattoo. Photo: . Texas SyndicateTier 1 ThreatDPS: Texas Syndicate (TS) is a violent prison gang that originated in the California penal system over 40 years ago. Texas Syndicate moved into Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) prisons and onto the streets, often working with Mexican cartels such as Los Zetas. Recent law enforcement investigations targeting the gang have resulted in the arrest of high-ranking members, dismantling top leadership positions within each of TS’s regional hierarchies. Texas Syndicate remains a […]