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Gangs Don't Merit Rights

April 18, 1993

The judge's order in an injunction barring gangs from crime-plagued Blythe Street is too little, but a step in the right direction.

The most serious problem confronting Los Angeles is gangs. They bring the plague of crime, car hijacking, drive-by shootings, looting, killing, dope peddling, graffiti, tagging, etc. . . .

Gangs have no value to society. They only destroy it and the property rights and the civil rights of its citizens. They are a plague. Society must remove them, for they do not deserve any civil rights. Let us do what has to be done and remove this cancer from society and let nothing stand in our way.

GUY W. McCREARY

North Hollywood

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