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Sunday, March 4, 2012

Mara Salvatrucha in Peru


Mara Salvatrucha or MS are the names by which known to organized crime gangs located in Central America, Mexico, U.S., Spain Canaday, consisting of a majority of Hondurans, Guatemalans, Salvadorans, other Central and to a lesser extent some Mexicans and Americans.



Hold cells (cliques) located enLatinoamérica with over 100,000 members.
The criminal activities of the Mara Salvatrucha include selling drugs, extortion, arms sales, robbery, assassinations, and so on. Its presence in Central America is due to the deportation of criminals from Central America.
Its activities in the United States attracted the attention of the FBI that in 2006, rounded up gang members were arrested in the six hundred members of the MS.


The American term "camera" comes from "crowds" 'colony of ants that eat everything in their path', having taken in Central America the meaning of 'set people agitated and tumultuous'. The Mara Salvatrucha, was born inthe Angeles (California).
The members of the Mara Salvatrucha, at least initially, they used the tattoos to prove his membership, a custom which has been reduced to avoid identified because of their criminal activities.

Initiation rites

The gang has initiation rites for both men and women:
Men must endure thirteen seconds blows by the other members, or join a neighborhood "enemy" and kill a rival member. Women of these two options, may choose to have sex with all male members of the gang.
Women once they have accepted both the protection of the camera as they abide by the decisions of men, and automatically lose their freedom. The role of women in the gang apparently adorn it, but no, they are actively involved in the initiation rites and even cost lives. The organization of the Mara Salvatrucha is very violent codes have the code including the murdering others, also, there are rules of death. There is also what is called "checking rules" "Do not talk to the oath" (police), members are required not to make statements to the police if caught.

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