In the early 1990s the foot-soulja addition (i.e., the Sureños) to the Mexican Mafia would take advantage of their increasing numbers in the California state prison system. This gave them leverage over the Mexican Nationals, a.k.a. the Boarder Brothers, who were an integral part of the Columbian drug cartels.
With the growing presence of the Sureño gang in California’s prison system they would attempt to coerce the Boarder Brothers to redirect the drug pipeline catering to the Crips and Bloods so as the Sureños now controlled the flow of drugs being distributed in southern California. Their intent was to force Blacks out of the wholesale business.
Despite their efforts, the Boarder Brothers were not easily persuaded. Their continued business dealings with Blacks in southern California would prompt reputed Mexican Mafia leader Joe Morgan, who was incarcerated at Pelican Bay, to issue a directive to the Sureños to wage war against the Crips and Bloods to takeover the drug markets in LA.
This call to action has been credited for causing the Black & Brown War that continues to plague the streets and prisons of California to this day. (See Quinones, S. and Richard Winton, “51 people indicted in attacks on blacks in Azuas.” Los Angeles Times Newspaper. June 8, 2011.)
Excerpt from Ivan Kilgore’s book Domestic Genocide: The Institutionalization of Society. Friend him at Facebook/Ivan Kilgore.com. You can contact him directly at:
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Ivan Kilgore, No. V31306, FB2-118,
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Represa, Ca 95671.
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