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Crime LASD has been 'permeated' by a violent deputy gang with matching tattoos called the 'executioners'

05:30  04 august  2020
05:30  04 august  2020 Source:   foxnews.com

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A U.S. Marine Corps veteran and decorated LASD deputy alleges that the Compton patrol station is run by a deputy gang known as the " Executioners ."

The authenticity of videos has not been independently verified by Fox News. About two weeks ago, officials launched a standard investigation into an alleged homicide at the prison. LASD has been ' permeated ' by a violent deputy gang with matching tattoos called the ' executioners '.

A gang of sheriff's deputies called the "Executioners, has "permeated" a Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department patrol station and has engaged in civil rights abuses against the public, according to a claim filed with county officials last week.

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Austreberto Gonzalez, a sheriff's deputy and a Marine Corps veteran, worked at the Compton patrol station for five years where the gang wielded outsized influence, according to the claim obtained by Fox News. He claims the members ink themselves with tattoos featuring Nazi imagery, a laughing skeleton and an AK-47. The gang celebrates deputy shootings and threatens work slowdowns when given unpreferred assignments, according to the claim.

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“We have a gang here that has grown to the point where it dominates every aspect of life at the Compton station,” said Alan Romero, an attorney representing Gonzalez in the claim against the county, the Los Angeles Times reported. “It essentially controls scheduling, the distribution of informant tips, and assignments to deputies in the station with preference shown to members of the gang as well as prospects.”

The gang recruits deputies based on their use of violence against criminal suspects and fellow deputies and nearly all its members have been involved in high-profile shootings, according to the claim.

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In a Facebook video last week, Sheriff Alex Villanueva denied a gang of deputies were running the Compton station when asked specifically about the Executioners. He added the department has gone through great lengths to rid itself of similar groups.

He noted that he removed the entire leadership of the East Los Angeles station when he was confronted with allegations about a group of deputies in a similar clique after taking office in 2018.

"We're not going to tolerate any clique, any gang-like group of people, subgroup...  the only group that is acceptable wearing tan and green are deputy sheriff's serving the community," Villanueva said.

The sheriff's department has long been plagued by allegations of cliques composed of deputies forming what civil rights activists see as criminal gangs.

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The subculture includes monikers that indicate members of the Banditos, Regulators, Grim Reapers and Spartans, which allegedly operate out of various sheriff department patrol stations. The "Executioners" is made up of about 20 deputies with another 20 prospects or associates, according to the claim. Black and females deputies are not allowed to join, the claim said.

Members communicate exclusively through the encrypted message service WhatsApp. Gonzalez was not interested in becoming a gang prospect, according to the claim.So he allegedly passed up for better assignments and not given a better work schedule so he could care for his daughter, who has medical needs.

Meanwhile, other deputies, who are members of the Executioners, were given preference for preferred work schedules and assignments, according to the claim.

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Deputy Gill was an outstanding person with eagerness to work and go above and beyond for anyone without any hesitation. Present were also Chief Manny Cid, Culver City Police Department, Chief Michael Ishi, Hawthorne Police Department We welcome them to our LASD law enforcement family.

Similar deputy gangs have flourished in minority communities for several decades, according to Loyola Law School professor and Los Angeles County Civilian Commission member Sean Kennedy.

"The net result is that the people in those communities end up being shot and stopped, their houses searched at a much greater rate than people in other communities, and it's all because the deputy gangs view themselves as at war with their community," Kennedy told KABC-TV.

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When Gonzalez reported another deputy to Internal Affairs for assaulting a colleague behind the station, the phrase "ART IS A RAT" was scrawled on the keypad to the station's parking lot entrance, the claim says. He was eventually forced to step down from his field training officer position and deputies refused to partner with him, he alleges.

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The allegations come as the Compton station faces criticism over several high-profile incidents. In May, Dalvin Price was beaten by three deputies, and in June Andres Guardado, 18, was killed after being shot five times in the back.

The Los Angeles Times reported details about the clique that were first revealed in a case brought by the family of Donta Taylor. Taylor, 31, was fatally shot by deputies during a 2016 foot chase. Deputies claimed he had a weapon but none were recovered.

Compton Deputy Samuel Aldama was forced to reveal his tattoo during a deposition about the Taylor case. The county settled the case with Taylor's family for $7 million.

"This is all taxpayer money, so yes, the taxpayers should be very worried," John Sweeney, who deposed Aldama and obtained the photo of Aldama's tattoo, told KABC-TV. "And criminal defense attorneys are going to be lining up making motions for new trials."

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