Creed Chairman Larry Hoover Essays and Term Papers

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    “Imperial crown” come to play like this: It represents the three leaders of the “Black Gangster Disciple Nation” King David, King Shorty and Larry Hoover (King Hoover meaning being king aver the streets). 3D’s 3L’s 3M’s ...

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  • The Constitution and Literature of the Gangster Disciple Street Gang(Use for Research)

    individual is subordinate to the organization structure. The minority is subordinate to the majority, the entire membership is subordinate to the honorable Chairman and his executive staff. Whoever shall violate this article of the organization unity and will be dealt within the fashion as an enemy of the people...

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  • U Know

    Pitchfork in my hand and a Six on my chest. Others will speak my name and know the name of Death. I live by the Nations laws, die by the Disciples Creed. Loyal to my Nation, loyal to my breed. The day my Flag falls then so does my body fall. But my Nation will always stand in the shine of the Six. All...

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  • Genesis - the Evolution & Rise of the Gangsterdisciples

    stories, all of which took place at the same time. The story of David Barksdale and Mac Aurther's "David's and Devil's Disciples", The story of Larry Hoover and Andrew Howard's "Supreme Gangster Nation", and the story of Jerome Freeman and Harold Walker's "Black King Cobras". These are the Fathers of...

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  • F.O.L.K.S (Vio)

    leadership of the Black Gangster Disciple Nation was taken over by two men; King Larry Hoover and King Jerome 'Shorty' Freeman. They divided the Gangster Nation into the Black Gangster Disciples, led by King Larry Hoover, and the Black Gangsters, led by 'Shorty' Freeman. Both of these men were soon incarcerated...

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  • Hoover's Profile

    Av Chicago. Il 60659 773-878-1002(tel) From the IPSN, May 18, 1997 Hoover Convictions Most Significant Since Al Capone By Rich Lindberg Imprisoned Gangster Disciple leader Larry Hoover imagines himself as a great born-again visionary; a “Messiah of the streets” who has renounced...

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  • Gangster Disciples

    created by Gangster Disciple's chief, Larry King Hoover. They modeled this after Chicago's Italian Mafia, the top-down organization has always strived for discipline, respect, and to respect the hierarchy. At the top is the chairman, in this case it is Hoover, and two boards of directors, one controls...

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  • Prison Impact on the Gangster Disciples

    GD members and associates, including leader Larry "The Chairman" Hoover. Hoover and 38 other GD middle management gang leaders now face long federal prison sentences for among other things using juveniles in their large scale drug sales operations. Hoover himself faces a federal life sentence if convicted...

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  • Larry Hoover & the Gangster Disciples

    Pitchfork in my hand and a Six on my chest. Others will speak my name and know the name of Death. I live by the Nations laws, die by the Disciples Creed. Loyal to my Nation, loyal to my breed. The day my Flag falls then so does my body fall. But my Nation will always stand in the shine of the Six. All...

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  • Folk Nation

    on November 11 1978 in the Illinois Department of Corrections. Soon afterwards the People Nation was formed to counter the Folks alliance. Larry Hoover, the chairman of the Gangster Disciple Nation, created the idea for the alliance and persuaded many leaders of large Black, White, and Latino gangs from...

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  • Financial Analysis Report Yum! Brands

    holding about 25% of industry sales and is intensely competitive with respect to food quality, price, service, convenience, location and concept (Hoovers 2009). The major companies of the industry include McDonald’s, Burger King, Subway, Domino’s Pizza, Dairy Queen and the Yum Brands restaurant companies...

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  • Beyond Incrementalism a New Strategy for Dealing with Iran

    Dealing with Iran Abbas Milani, Michael McFaul, and Larry Diamond Hoover Institution Stanford University Stanford, California Beyond Incrementalism A New Strategy for Dealing with Iran Abbas Milani, Michael McFaul, and Larry Diamond Hoover Institution Stanford University Stanford, California ...

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  • Google Business Analysis

    subsidiaries include YouTube and DoubleClick. Founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page each have nearly 30% voting control of the firm (Company).” Google was founded in 1999 by two computer science grad students. Sergey Brin and Larry Page met at Stanford University and were studying methods of searching...

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  • Great Depression

    Ledbetter – Mark M. Adamo, Lloyd Alaback, Robert Blumen, Philip G. Brumder, Anthony Deden (Sage Capital Management, Inc.), Mr. and Mrs. Willard Fischer, Larry R. Gies, Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Hogan, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. William W. Massey, Jr., Ellice McDonald, Jr., MBE, Rosa Hayward McDonald, MBE, Richard McInnis,...

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  • Gangs in Prison

    Illinois Department of Corrections. I would also like to note that The Folk Nation is not a gang- they are alliances which gangs are aligned. Larry Hoover, the chairman of the Gangster Disciples Nation, created the idea of alliance and persuaded black, white, and Latino gangs from Chicago to join. He did...

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  • Mccarthyism

    during appeals disagreed and they all were found guilty of contempt of congress and each was sentenced to between six and twelve months in prison. Larry Parks was the only actor in the original nineteen people named. He was also the only person on the list who the average moviegoer would have known....

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  • Frank Sinatra

    innocence, he had lost, according to the media's portrayal of Sinatra as a "hoodlum" or "gangster". The media and political figures such as J. Edgar Hoover, from the moment he reached stardom until the day he died questioned Sinatra's affiliation with organized crime. Sinatra used his fame and talents...

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  • Social Security

    required. Social Security: A Brief History The Great Depression began on Black Tuesday, October 29, 1929, under the presidency of Herbert Hoover. Hoover, a Republican, followed President Calvin Coolidge, who believed that government worked best when it didn’t interfere in people’s lives...

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  • The Occupation of Japan

    supply.<br><br>No food was was brought in expressly for the Japanese durning the first six months after the American presence there. Herbert Hoover, serving as chairman of a special presidential advisory committee, recommended minimum imports to Japan of 870,000 tons of food to be distributed in different...

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  • History of Money in the USA

    Cooke; Carl Creager; Capt. and Mrs. Maino des Granges; Clyde Evans, Evans Cabinet Corporation; Elton B. Fox, The Fox Foundation; James W. Frevert; Larry R. Gies; Frank W. Heemstra; Donald L. Ifland; Dr. and Mrs. John W. Johnson; Richard J. Kossmann, M.D.; Alfonso Landa; John Leger; Arthur L. Loeb;...

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