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Gangland: The Complete Season 7 (2010)

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Get an inside look at some of America’s most notorious gangs in Volume 7 of Gangland, the final volume of the gripping HISTORY series and the last installment of new episodes.

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Episode 1: “Most Notorious”
Various gangs

The 75th episode of Gangland brings us something unique. Legendary rappers Snoop Dogg and Ice-T guide us through the Most Notorious characters in the history of the series. From street soldiers, to killers, bikers, and convicts, these are the men who stand out from the rest. Now they’ve been assembled in one provocative episode. In the end we’ll learn who is Gangland’s Most Notorious.


Episode 1: “Vendetta of Blood”
Lincoln Park Bloods of San Diego

In San Diego, one notorious street gang reigns supreme- the Lincoln Park Bloods. Also known as “LPB”, the crime syndicate will rob, kill, and terrorize all who stand in their way…even police. Through secret messages in the gang’s rap music, San Diego PD has tried to bring the gang down, but LPB continues to plague the city they call the “Salty D”.


Episode 3: “A Killer’s Revenge”
Asian Boyz, Wah Ching

Just outside of LA, there is an ultra-secret war taking place between Asian street gangs. At the forefront is the vicious Asian Boyz gang, or ABZ. Formed in Southern California by Cambodian and Vietnamese immigrants, this murderous group has turned SoCal into a killing field. After the murder of one of its own, ABZ launched a vengeful killing spree, leaving a trail of carnage in its wake.


Episode 4: “Wild Boyz”
Wild Boyz of Pine Ridge

The Wild Boyz are the most feared gang on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. They ward off enemies by flashing a bear-claw tattoo, a nod to their Oglala Sioux heritage. The Wild Boyz are the largest of forty Native gangs that wreak havoc on Pine Ridge.


Episode 5: “Better Off Dead”
Ñetas a.k.a. Association Ñetas


Episode 6: “Capitol Killers”
MS-13 in Washington, D.C.

MS-13, one of the largest and deadliest gangs in the United States is terrorizing Washington D.C. By decimating rivals and slashing victims with machetes, these brutal gangsters have taken our nation’s capital by storm. Their violent tactics and rising body counts continue to send shockwaves of fear through the whole DC metro area.


Episode 7: “Clash Of The Crips”
Crips of New York City, NY

The East Coast Crips are on a mission to prove they’re tougher than their West Coast counterparts by terrorizing the streets of NYC. Crips on the East Coast employ brutal, in-your-face violence, decimating anyone who stands in their way. Their unique brand of violence includes slashing the faces of their victims, leaving them permanently disfigured.


Episode 8: “Army of Hate”
Aryan Republican Army

In Columbus, Ohio, a white supremacist gang obsessed with firearms and explosives terrorizes the public. The goal of the Aryan Republican Army, also known as the ARA, is to overthrow the federal government by any means necessary.


Episode 9: “The Filthy Few”
Hells Angels of Seattle

In the state of Washington, one outlaw biker gang reigns supreme – the Hells Angels. Despite being one of the smaller clubs in the area, the Angels are backed by their brutal reputation.


Episode 10: “Shoot to Kill”
Florencia 13 (Sureños) of Los Angeles

With an estimated 2500 members and powerful criminal connections, Florencia-13 or F-13 is L.A.’s largest and deadliest Hispanic gang. The gang is one of the oldest in L.A.’s notorious South Central neighborhood. When rivals threaten to move in on their lucrative drug trade, they use any means necessary to protect their empire.


Episode 11: “Road Warriors”
Traveling Vice Lords (People Nation)

Memphis, Tennessee is a battle ground and the Traveling Vice Lords are at the forefront of the chaos. Known on the streets as the TVL’s, the gang is 500 strong and rules the “River City” with an iron fist. Now, with their notorious leader Charles “Country” Thompson behind bars, the TVL’s are spiraling out of control – and the city of Memphis is paying the price.


Episode 12: “Valley of Death”
New Mexican Mafia of Phoenix

In the “Valley of the Sun,” the ruthless Arizona New eMe own the streets. Formed in the 1980’s as a prison gang, they’ve spread across the state and they’re turning a big profit from drug sales. The New eMe take pride in their Mexican heritage, showing their allegiance with tattoos that signify their Aztec roots. Those who dare oppose New eMe are left in pools of their own blood.


Episode 13: “Death Before Dishonor”
Black Mafia Family of Atlanta

In Atlanta, the Black Mafia Family, or BMF, controls the street flow of cocaine. The gang throws its cash around the hottest nightclubs in the city. The gang’s charismatic leader, Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory, plays the dual role of a tough, street-minded gangster as well as a music promoter. The Feds have been after BMF for years, but the gang has always managed to stay one step ahead.


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