Local Thugs Take Back The Streets From
Neighborhood Watch Group
CHICAGO (DPI) - Richard "Shank" Jackson, leader of the
dreaded Deadly Boyz street gang and lifelong
resident of southside Chicago, was fed up.
"This used to be a great neighborhood. But little by
little, it's changed for the worse," said Jackson. "Ever since that
local citizens' watch group started patroling the
neighborhood, it's really hurt our dope peddlers,
pimps and burglars. It's gotten to the point where my
gang members are telling me that they don't even feel
safe walking on the streets anymore."
Remembering his beloved mother's words, "You can
achieve anything if you set your mind to it," Jackson
set out to change the neighborhood back to the way it
used to be. Through good planning, the gang members'
enthusiasm, and the support of well-compensated police
officers, Jackson transformed a disheartened,
discouraged street gang into a fired-up army that
would allow nothing to stand in its way. He watched
with pride last night as more than 200 Deadly Boyz gang
members jacked up on PCP beat up and robbed all 14
Neighborhood Watch members as they walked in a
"Take Back The Streets" candlelight vigil.
"It just goes to prove that if you can dream it, you
can do it," said a triumphant Jackson. "We've sent a
clear message to the neighborhood that we're not going
to tolerate their community involvement anymore. This
is *our* home, and we're never going to let them take
it away from us again."
(Reported by Miles Walker)
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