Share, , Google Plus, Pinterest,

Gangland: The Complete Season 3 (2008)
Rate this post

Gangland: The Complete Season 3 (2008)

all video content is embedded and not hosted on this site !


They rob, kill, and terrorize, and they’ve left their violent mark on American history. Delve deep into the rich and often brutal bloodlines of gangs in America, from La Gran Familia to the Tiny Rascals, Satan’s Disciples to the Bandidos, as Season 3 of Gangland goes to the darkest corners of America to infiltrate some of the most dangerous terrain in the world.

IMDB (8.0)

Gangland @ Wikipedia

Episode 1: “Death in Dixie”
La Gran Familia

History explores that world of La Gran Familia (LGF), a violent crime syndicate of five Hispanic gangs that terrorized the streets of metro Atlanta. Through interviews with gang members, law enforcement officials, and a confidential informant, this episode reveals the life, history, and current state of Atlanta’s most notorious gang, LGF.

Episode 2: “California Killing Fields”
Tiny Rascal gang, Asian Boyz

Fierce and brutal, the Tiny Rascals Gangsters dominate the streets of Fresno, California. TRG’s roots extend back to the Cambodian Killing Fields of the 1970s. Immigrants looking to flee the violence in their homeland flocked in large numbers to American cities like Long Beach, CA, where they banded together to form what is now one of the largest Asian gangs in the country

Episode 3: “The Devil’s Playground”
Satan’s Disciples (Folk Nation) of Chicago, IL

The Devil’s Playground delves into the history and current activities of one of Chicago’s most intriguing street gangs, the Satan Disciples. The SD’s claim they are the only gang in the country that practices free enterprise, meaning that individual members can make money however they choose, legally or illegally.

Episode 4: “Blood in the Streets”
Los Solidos of Hartford

Blood in the Streets chronicles one of Hartford, Connecticut’s most ruthless gangs, Los Solidos or The Solid Ones. Unlike most gangs, anyone from any ethnic background can join Los Solidos, and their numbers have swelled because of this open door policy.

Episode 5: “From Heaven to Hell”
Crips in Salt Lake City

It’s a place better known for religion than crime, but Salt Lake City, Utah, is home to a gang problem. From Heaven to Hell offers an unprecedented look inside the Utah Crips, a gang that may look different from the LA original, but is no less violent.

Episode 6: “Bandido Army”
Bandidos MC

Most gangs are born out of the American Dream as immigrants come looking for opportunities they are more often than not shown exclusion, poverty and violence. In response gangs usually start out as a form of protection for their members and the community, but then grow predatory as they feed on the very people that they purport to defend.

Episode 7: “Menace of Destruction”
Menace of Destruction, White Tigers

Menace of Destruction is an inside look at one of the most notorious and violent Asian street gangs in the country. Cloaked in secrecy, and bound by their Hmong ancestry, MOD has terrorized the twin cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul.

Episode 8: “Rage Against Society”
Friends Stand United

FSU has two meanings: Friends Stand United or F**k S**t Up. The gang claims no turf. Their domain is the hardcore music scene. Their path traces back almost twenty years to the streets of Boston. It was there that Elgin James, a mixed-race homeless kid, founded the gang and they made their presence known with brutal force.

Episode 9: “Paid in Blood”
Warlocks MC

Get an inside look at some of America’s most notorious street gangs, where criminals live by their own laws and brutality reigns.

Episode 10: “Die, Snitch, Die”
Gotti Boyz of New Orleans

The Gotti Boys of New Orleans.

Episode 11: “To Torture or to Kill?”
Los Zetas

To Torture or to Kill? gives viewers a rare glimpse inside one of the most violent, well-funded and brazen criminal organizations to ever operate inside the United States. Comprised of elite mercenaries, Los Zetas are bathing the U.S.Mexican border in blood and waging an all-out war to control over North America’s most valuable drug-trafficking corridor into the United States Laredo, TX.

Episode 12: “All Hell Breaks Loose”
Zoe Pound of Miami, FL

Zoe Pound is Miami’s most notorious Haitian street gang. In the 1980’s, many Haitians fled the poverty, disease, and repression of their homeland in search of a better life in the United States. Meeting violent racism in tough Miami neighborhoods, they decided to clique up and fight back.

More Seasons