Deputies apart of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department are dealing with Nazi tattoos on a gang that causes trouble.
According to Matthew Wright from Dailymail.com “In a claim filed in June against Los Angeles County, Deputy Sheriff Austreberto Gonzalez details that roughly a fifth of the 100 deputies at the Compton Station (CPT) are a part of the gang – called the Executioners. Another 20 deputies are considered to be ‘prospects’ or close associates of the gang, the filing states.”
These gangs infiltrated with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department are the exact reason why regular citizens don’t trust the police. It also could be the same reason why the police departments have inside issues within with other officers who might stand for justice and doing their job. The tattoos consist of an AK-47, with a Nazi image and skull.
One of the sheriffs went online answering questions as it pertained to the infiltration.
“Well if we have a gang member who is a cop will not be a cop for long. If they’re crooked they’re not going to be a cop for long so if you have any information in that regard, please let us know. Since I’ve been in office, I’ve had the unfortunate duty to terminate 57 employees that are employees of mine.
According to one of the claims, Deputy Jaime Juarez is labeled as the “ink shot” caller for the Executioners. With this group intact, African American women and deputies aren’t allowed to join.
It makes sense why African American’s aren’t allowed to join since unjust acts aren’t at their disposal or on their agenda. If the Executioners aren’t a gang inside that is heavily cracked down on, there can be an uprising due to improper training tactics used on people who are seen as enemies.
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