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the Mexican Mafia&#39;s activities may be in violation of Title l8, U. S. Code, Section 2383 Rebellion or Insurrection!, and
,/Section 2384 Seditious Conspiracy!. A confidential source who has furnished reliable information in the past has informed that the organization uses force and violence in connection with racial problems; advocates violent attacks
"and disruptive activitiesagainst California Department of Corrections authority, and engages in rebellion, insurrection and destruction at San Quentin Prison.
On November 5, 1973, a reliable source furnished the following: _
California penal institutions are violently W . experiencing the powers of criminally oriented groups now "1 operating both within and outside the correctional system. -Q! Individuals have grouped themselves into organizations »69292y that reflect their ethnic background and language and are ch" directed at prisoner se1fprotection and control of illegal; 1 i activities within prison walls and on the streets. These _ formal tight-knit organizations are composed of convicts /31 and ex-convicts and are known to be involved in narcotics, 1; extortion, contract killing, robbery, forgery and receiving.
To be effective at self-protection, these groups must-acquire positions of power within the prison system.
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Maoists have captured the interest of the gangs, who see themselves as oppressed members of the third world ready to join the revolution. The Venceremos has written the Mexican Mafia Family members urging them to stop their warring and kill "pigs". "
Formed in December, 1970, the Venceremos Organization V0!, also known as Venceremos, is a militant Marxist-Leninist-Maoist organization composed of third world and white revolutionaries operating in the San Francisco Peninsula area. The publicly stated goal of the V0 is to build a united front against the imperialist United States leading to the overthrow of the United States Government by force and violence, armed struggle, and urban guerrilla warfare. The V0 has publicly stated that all members must know how to operate and service weapons and have weapons available. &#39;
The California Department of Corrections has no idea of the strength of these groups in the streets. 4
- The Mexican Mafia is only onecf the many prison grouBs_that are violently demonstrating their powers,
btiwithin the penal institutions and on the streets. It - appears that their influence over numerous criminal areas will pose a major problem in the future to both the prison correctional officer and the on-the-street law enforcement officer. As
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The Mexican Mafia is comprised primarily of Mexican- American convicts and ex-convicts from the barrios of East Los Angeles and is felt to be the most powerful of the prison groups. In its beginning, the Mexican Mafia was referred to as any group of Mexican prisoners who banned together to prey on loner inmates,_ In the late 1960&#39;s, however, the Mexican Mafia emerged as an organized group and considered as an opponent any prisoner, regardless of his surname, who was not a member. The group now appears to have a formal leadership structure both within the system and on the 4 street; however, it is difficult to pinpoint such individuals as leaders because of the great degree of mobility demonstrated by the members. The Mexican Mafia is aimed at narcotic traffic control within state penal institutions as well as on the streets. &#39; y
In 1961 the Mexican Mafia began building strength, worked its way to power at San Quentin and extended its reach to every prison in the state system. In 1966 the Mexican Mafia started organizing with the idea of taking over all illegal activities in prison.
_ Prison officials feel the Mexican Mafia controls the major lines of narcotics into California prisons, although the extent of their influence varies from institution to institution. The group is making attempts to control the narcotic traffic from Mexico to California, but at this time appears incapable of such an endeavor.
The Mexican Mafia is anti-black and at this time heavily populates San Quentin and Folsom Prisons. The Mexican Mafia numbering approximately 750 in the California Department of Corrections System, is allied with the Aryan Brotherhood,_an antiblack group in the California Prison System, who support white supremacy.
The Mexican Mafia&#39;s plans on the street include the takeover of drugs in California. In Los Angeles they move in and slowly take over. When members get out ofprison they contact a man in the Mexican Mafia on the streeta 1/r
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-The-Mexican Mafia has a plan to manipulate the media to convince barrio residents they are being victimized by white society. -
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uaxzeoms ASSAILANT. AT 4=1aAPm, nos _wH1TE, wAs ISTABBED THREE TIMES wmu: IN THE EAST a_ocx. IT IS FELT BY sAu QUENTIN AUTHORITIES THAT BOTH 0F&#39; mass STABBINGS wamz THE mzsuu OF RACIAL PROBLEMS. _A A I _ on MAY 16, 1974, AT 9:50 Am, nmATE_; I I" -002. QTTTTTTTZQ AN ASSOCIATE OF THE AB, STABBED 1,op_~_1s TJ"BETETRBRO92=JN; a_M&#39;s §1fA&#39;q,, nos JUNE A, 19s§,!_ BLAVOKQATO DEATH 1:-1 THE PRISON YARD. QTTACKED A GUARD WHILE -
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INMATES BECAME INVOLVED IN A DISTURBANCE WHICH RESULTED IN SIX…

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