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They rob, kill, and terrorize, and they've left their bloody mark on American history. This is the world of Gangland.The Gangland series tells the insider story of some of America's most notorious street gangs. We learn how they've shaped their times and affected the neighborhoods that they controlled. From the destruction wrought by the heroin kingpins in Harlem of the 1970s to today's most dangerous gang MS-13, which has spread out from the inner city to infect unexpected turf —suburban communities—gangs have a rich yet deadly history. They usually start out as a form of protection for their members and community but then grow predatory as they feed on the very people that they purport to defend. With exclusive interviews and rarely seen footage, this is a raw look at life inside these gangs—from those who live it and the agencies that are working to stop them.
Crips gang members battle for domination in Anchorage, Alaska, a haven for rebels and outsiders that is packed with drugs, money and guns.
The Imperial Klans of America look to the future.
New York City's Trinitarios are a fast rising street gang.
The Barrio Azteca wish to control the U.S.-Mexican border along the Rio Grande.
The Four Corner Hustlers of Chicago.
A group's rap music has messages of murder; a rap group that transformed into a gang.
The Hells Angels have reigned as America's largest and deadliest motorcycle gang for more than 50 years.
The Aryan Circle, a violent white separatist gang spawned in the prison system, terrorizes Texas.
California's Fresno Bulldogs have been running in the city's streets for three decades.
The Breed, an outlaw motorcycle gang, earns a violent reputation through beatings and murder threats.
The Brown Pride Hispanic street gang of Nashville, Tenn., engages in a brutal turf war with rivals.
The violent Tango Blast gang of Houston.
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