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All Hell Breaks Loose Gangland, Season 3 44:30   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     Zoe Pound is Miami's most notorious Haitian street gang. In the 1980's, many Haitians fled the poverty, disease, and repression of their homeland in search of a better life in the United States. Meeting violent racism in tough Miami neighborhoods, they decided to clique up and fight back. The gang was hungry for respect and thrived as a criminal organization with a brutal methodology. Zoe Pound orchestrated violent home invasions across the city, and targeted Haitian freighters on the Miami River that were importing illegal shipments of cocaine, beating and torturing the ships' crews. By the late-1990's, Zoe Pound went from being the lowest-of-the-low, to the hardest gang in Miami. Details
American Gangster Gangland, Season 1 44:30   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     American Gangster is the story of Frank Lucas and Leroy "Nicky" Barnes - their rise from street punks to the top of New York's 1970's high-flying drug market. The two men were considered the drug czars of Harlem at the height of the drug-fueled decade. Lucas and his gang "The Country Boys" claim to have smuggled heroin from Asia in the caskets of fallen American soldiers. Barnes, the leader of a cartel of African-American drug dealers called "The Council," made the cover of New York Times Magazine. The headline read "Mr. Untouchable." President Carter was so incensed, he personally ordered the Attorney General to go after him. The story is a violent, action-filled chronicle of Harlem and its kingpins. Details
Aryan Terror Gangland, Season 4 44:30   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     New episode. The Aryan Brotherhood of Texas is the largest prison gang within the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. It was started as a means of survival. Backed by their white supremacist beliefs, the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas - also known as the ABT - has now spread to the Dallas suburbs where members are easily blending into their communities. They deal drugs and run guns. The driving force behind the gang is violence - killing anyone who crosses their path. The FBI in Texas has cracked down on the ABT, leaving a hole in the gang's power structure. The ABT is now struggling to regroup but members are confident the ABT will remain a force to be reckoned any means necessary. Details
Bandido Army Gangland, Season 3 44:52   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     Most gangs are born out of the American Dream as immigrants come looking for opportunities they are more often than not shown exclusion, poverty and violence. In response gangs usually start out as a form of protection for their members and the community, but then grow predatory as they feed on the very people that they purport to defend. Details
Basic Training Gangland, Season 1 44:29   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     Basic Training" takes an inside look at the infiltration of street gangs into the United States military. Gang members in uniform are participating in serious criminal activity on or near U.S. military installations around the world. Our national security may be at risk as these gang members steal advanced weaponry, learn military tactics, distribute drugs and even commit murder. Details
Behind Enemy Lines Gangland, Season 1 44:30   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     The Hells Angels are the most powerful and well-known biker club on the planet, boasting over 2500 members worldwide. In April 2002, a riot in a Nevada casino between the Hells Angels and their rivals, the Mongols, kills three gang members and creates headlines around the country. Federal authorities seize the opportunity and send a team of undercover agents to infiltrate the outlaw biker group. Along the way, they uncover a world of sex, rampant drug use, and vicious violence - employed to ensure the Hells Angel's place at the top of the biker world. Details
Biker Wars Gangland, Season 2 42:53   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     Throughout the early 1990's, a war waged behind the scenes between the two largest motorcycle gangs in America - the Outlaws and the Hells Angels. The Outlaws traditionally made the Midwest their stronghold but now the Angels were pushing into their territory and courting another regional club, the Hell's Henchmen, to join them. The Outlaws responded viscously and decisively. By the time the war ended bikers from all three clubs had been murdered and the third largest car bomb in US history had exploded on a crowded Chicago street during rush hour. Federal and local law enforcement began vigorously pursuing the Outlaws culminating in successful prosecutions that exposed the violent world of these notorious 1%er's. Within a decade, two international presidents would be serving life sentences and Outlaws members could be found on both the FBI and ATF's most wanted sites. For a while, it seemed the Outlaws Motorcycle Club would fade from relevance but recent arrests this year - and continuing investigations - show that they are still functioning and once again expanding their influence through blood and violence around the world. Details
Blood in the Streets Gangland, Season 3 44:30   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     Most gangs are born out of the American Dream as immigrants come looking for opportunities they are more often than not shown exclusion, poverty and violence. In response gangs usually start out as a form of protection for their members and the community, but then grow predatory as they feed on the very people that they purport to defend. Details
Blood In, Blood Out Gangland, Season 1 44:30   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     Nuestra Familia. As the predominant Hispanic gang in Northern California, Nuestra Familia, or NF is primarily a prison gang. Compared to other prison gangs, NF's numbers on the inside are relatively small, yet they distinguish themselves through discipline and fear. They have adopted the battle cry "blood in, blood out," and made their rules official, scribing a 50-page constitution laying out their bylaws. Among them, "an automatic death sentence will be put on family member that turns traitor, coward or deserter. " NF also have tens of thousands of loyal followers on the streets known as Nortenos or Northerners. The main rival of NF has always been the Mexican Mafia, with their followers being the Surenos or Southerners. Details
Blood Oath Gangland, Season 1 44:29   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     During the late 1990's, the New York Metropolitan area was plagued by the random violence of a new breed of street gang: The United Blood Nation. Created in 1993 by Rikers Island inmate, Omar Portee, the UBN emulated the Bloods street gang on the West Coast, but was more randomly violent. Portee formed the UBN in an effort to unite the African-American prisoners against Hispanic gangs like the Latin Kings. Better known as "OG Mack," Portee led the UBN from behind prison walls, and eventually on the streets of New York. By the mid 1990's, like an epidemic, the Bloods had taken over the tri-state area, which had historically belonged to the Latin Kings. By the year 2000, the Bloods were the most violent gang on the East Coast- and OG-Mack became known as the Godfather of the East Coast Bloods. Details
Boys of Destruction Gangland, Season 4 44:36   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     Known as the Gateway to the West, St. Louis, Missouri is home to an estimated 10,000 gang members. The Boys of Destruction - BOD - are one of the city's most notorious gangs. Martin Luther King Drive is the dividing line between the BOD's turf and that of their fiercest rivals, The Horseshoe Posse. In the late 1980's and into the 1990's, the BOD controlled a thriving drug trade, under the leadership of a smart and ruthless teenager, Dorsey Brandon. Dorsey oversaw the beginning of a gang war the likes of which St. Louis had never seen. Today, a new generation of BOD's roll with no rules, putting the hustle into "Hustle City. Details
California's Killing Fields Gangland, Season 3 44:29   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     naFierce and brutal, the Tiny Rascals Gangsters dominate the streets of Fresno, California. TRG's roots extend back to the Cambodian Killing Fields of the 1970s. Immigrants looking to flee the violence in their homeland flocked in large numbers to American cities like Long Beach, CA, where they banded together to form what is now one of the largest Asian gangs in the country. With more than 10,000 members nationwide and a reputation for brutality, TRG is a gang to fear. In California, a fierce rivalry with another Asian gang, The Asian Boyz, has been the source of intense violence and many killings over the years, but police in Long Beach and Fresno are making major strides to suppress the crimes committed by both street gangs. Details
Code of Conduct Gangland, Season 1 44:30   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     Five bodies, riddled with bullets, found in a small apartment on the East Side of Los Angeles. Among the dead are a five-year-old boy and an infant girl, each shot in the head and chest. The mother and father of the children lay beside them on the floor, also soaked in blood. The target of the hit was the family's patriarch, Anthony "Dido" Moreno. He had dropped out of one of California's most notorious prison gangs and this was his payback. No witnesses, was the order. The gang he deserted was the Mexican Mafia. Since it's inception in the 1950's the "Black Hand" has been the prison system's most active shot-callers, controlling thousands of "foot soldiers" on the streets of Southern California. Most laws enforcement officials estimate that 300 homicides per year in LA County have some connection to the Mexican Mafia. Details
Crip or Die Gangland, Season 2 44:35   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     "Crip or Die" exposes one of the most infamous and brutal street gangs- The Crips. The gang started as a rag-tag group of youth on LA's Eastside and quickly grew into a terrorizing force in South Central. Today, the Crips are the largest black gang in LA with over 10,000 members. Gang members give an inside look at the lifestyle called Crippin' where it is survive or die--kill or be killed. Details
Deadly Triangle Gangland, Season 2 44:35   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     Raymond "Shrimp Boy" Chow is a survivor in the gangland of San Francisco's Chinatown. In 1976, the 16-year-old moved to San Francisco with his family and quickly joined the Hop Sing Boys gang. On September 4, 1977, he was at the Golden Dragon restaurant when 3 Joe Boys gang members killed 5 innocent patrons after storming the popular restaurant looking for revenge against their rivals, the Wah Ching. The attack made international news and forever changed the landscape of Chinatown's underworld. In the ensuing years, and after two stays in California's prisons, Chow's power and influence was on the rise. In 1989, he partnered with Peter Chong, a leader of the Wo Hop To triad, to first consolidate all the gangs in San Francisco's Chinatown and then expand their criminal empire nationally. Although federal and local law enforcement would bring the group down, Chow would eventually end up back on the streets of San Francisco after testifying against his former friend and partner. Raymond Chow says he is now a changed man, but only time will tell if he's given up the life of a gangster. Details
Death In Dixie Gangland, Season 3 44:30   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     History explores that world of La Gran Familia (LGF), a violent crime syndicate of five Hispanic gangs that terrorized the streets of metro Atlanta. Through interviews with gang members, law enforcement officials, and a confidential informant, this episode reveals the life, history, and current state of Atlanta's most notorious gang, LGF. Details
Devil's Fire Gangland, Season 4 44:30   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     The Pagans started in Maryland in the 1950s before eventually growing to a membership of over 900 men in 44 chapters spread along the east coast. The Pagans' symbol is the staff wielding Norse fire-god Surtr, who is the inspiration for the gang's own deadly weapon of choice: the axe-handle. Always a major dealer in the methamphetamine trade, the Pagans continue to live secretly and nomadically, scattered across the east coast of the United States. Details
Die, Snitch, Die Gangland, Season 3 44:29   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     The good times roll in New Orleans' French Quarter, but while the party is happening on Bourbon Street, the brutal gang known as the "Gotti Boys" rule the streets that surround it. Even as the Big Easy rebuilds after Hurricane Katrina, these thugs battle — using deadly techniques learned from life in the city's projects. Details
Divide and Conquer Gangland, Season 4 44:28   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     The Latin Kings were formed in the windy city Chicago. They are the largest, and most brutal Latino gang in the country. They are also among the most organized, with a strict code of conduct, outlined in the gang's constitution. Their roots trace back to the 1940's, when Mexican and Puerto Rican immigrants settled in the Chicago area. Today, the Kings remain a dominant force on the streets of Chicago and have spread to other major cities across the United States. Their leader has successfully run the gang, through gangland wars and expanding drug empires, from behind bars for nearly four decades, prompting authorities to launch the biggest offensive against the Latin King organization Operation Broken Crown, the results of which are yet to be seen. Details
From Girl to Gangster Gangland, Season 2 44:36   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     They are some of the most overlooked criminals in our country and among the most dangerous: They're girls in gangs. Their reasons for a life of crime may be different but like their male counterparts, these women crave respect and money. In Compton, California these women rule the streets and their crimes range from transporting drugs to murder. Of the approximately 800-thousand gang bangers in the United States, an estimated seventy thousand are female. In Los Angeles alone, there are some five thousand. There are many reasons why these women turn to gang life. Many come from broken homes and are looking for support. Gangland takes you inside the twisted world of female gang members. Details
From Heaven to Hell Gangland, Season 3 44:27   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     It's a place better known for religion than crime, but Salt Lake City, Utah, is home to a gang problem. From Heaven to Hell offers an unprecedented look inside the Utah Crips, a gang that may look different from the LA original, but is no less violent. Interviews with former members, representatives of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, and law enforcement officers reveal why the gang formed in this unlikely location and how they terrorize the communities of Salt Lake City. Details
Gangster City Gangland, Season 1 44:37   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     Gangs have been in existence for as long as there have been humans. Daryl Gates, former Los Angeles Chief of Police suggests that there is something about human nature that draws many toward gangs-- the need for respect, security and acceptance. It makes little difference whether the country is totalitarian or democratic, whether the time is feudal or current. Details
Gangster, Inc. Gangland, Season 2 44:42   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     Through the 1980's, Chicago's most powerful street gang expanded at an unprecedented rate, with its membership eventually numbering some 30,000. When the city of Chicago wasn't enough territory, the gang spread to other cities throughout the Midwest, like Milwaukee. The GDs quickly gained control of smaller towns using the tried and true methods of fear, intimidation and violence. When the crack-cocaine epidemic hit, the Gangster Disciples were ready to take full advantage. The GD organization operated much like a Fortune 500 company, raking in profits estimated at one hundred-million dollars a year. In 1995, however, everything changed. A federal indictment took down 40 leaders of the Gangster Disciples, including the Chairman of the Board, Larry Hoover. After that, it was every man for himself. Through the eyes of Gangster Disciples we watch the rise and fall of a drug empire as greed and violence wash over an army of Gangsters. Details
Hate Nation Gangland, Season 1 44:30   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     Called the "shock troops" of the revolution, Skinheads form a particularly brutal element of the white supremacist movement. Violent hate-crimes are their method of intimidation and a preview of the race war they see as inevitable. It's a culture driven by the violent lyrics of racist rock, and fueled by hate. Details
Highway to Hell Gangland, Season 4 44:28   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     The Avenues are one of the most powerful Hispanic street gangs in Los Angeles. The gang takes its name from the numbered corridors that intersect with Figueroa Street in the Highland Park neighborhood. The gang's roots trace back more than 60 years, to the Zoot Suit era of the 1940's. Since then, the Avenues have maintained their control of their neighborhood by aligning themselves with the infamous prison gang, the Mexican Mafia. Details
Kill 'Em All Gangland, Season 4 44:30   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     The Best Friends," a ruthless gang of contract killers, have stalked the east side of Detroit since 1985. The Feds say the gang was responsible for more than 80 murders. This episode of Gangland chronicles the gang's reign of terror as they went from hit men to the east side's biggest dealers of product, taking down Detroit's old-school kingpins in the process. We'll also see how everything changed when one of the gang's most prolific hit men turned on the Best Friends and snitched, giving the Feds enough information to indict most of the surviving gang members. Details
Kill or Be Killed Gangland, Season 4 44:30   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     In Memphis, Tennessee, a select group of drug dealers and killers banded together to form the most notorious gang on the Mississippi Delta: The LMG or "Love Murdering Gangsters." Life in South Memphis is a toxic mix of poverty and drugs; irresistible to gangsters looking to make a quick buck. The LMG's turf must be protected from their main rival while all the while, the LMG's invincible leader, G-Train, calls the shots - deciding who lives and who dies. Details
Kings of New York Gangland, Season 1 44:27   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     King Lil Man," was found decapitated, dismembered, and burned in a bathtub. His Latin King's tattoo had been cut from his skin, his head and hands were never found. According to former Assistant U.S. Attorney Richard Zabel, his murderers, fellow Latin King gang members, were "...actually driving around town in a cab with his head because "King Blood," their leader, needed proof of the murder." By the mid-1990's, the New York chapter of the Latin Kings had grown into the most violent and largest street gang every seen in the city. Lead by the murderous "King Blood," they left a path of mayhem that was only brought to an end by "Blood's" 18 guilty verdicts - eight of them for murder. His conviction was largely based on the 20,000 plus letters he wrote detailing the crimes the New York Latin Kings were perpetuating. Details
Lords of the Holy City Gangland, Season 2 44:05   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     Many gangs are organized, and some even incorporated, but not many can claim to have had federal funding, like the Vice Lords. This is just one of the many unique chapters in the 50 year history of this Chicago street gang. The Vice Lords are divided into many separate factions throughout the city of Chicago and the Unites States - although two men tried to unite the factions into one nation, one through legitimate means and community activism and another through intimidation, drugs and violence. Both failed - one ended up a legend and one in a wheel chair. Details
Maniacal Gangland, Season 2 44:35   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     Chicago's second-largest Latin gang, The Maniac Latin Disciples rule the northwest side of Chicago. Since their beginning in the early 1960's, the MLD's have grown so big, that in 2005, the US Attorney for Illinois, Patrick Fitzgerald, testified before Congress that the Disciples should be considered a "super gang." The gang has had to rely on strong leadership to control the thousands of foot soldiers on the streets. Revenge and betrayal are characteristics of the MLD's and the streets are battlefields for rival Hispanic gangs. Gangland takes you inside the twisted world of the MLD's. Details
Menace of Destruction Gangland, Season 3 44:42   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     Menace of Destruction is an inside look at one of the most notorious and violent Asian street gangs in the country. Cloaked in secrecy, and bound by their Hmong ancestry, MOD has terrorized the twin cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. Through exclusive interviews with law enforcement officials, cultural experts, and former gang members, we examine the bloody history of this Hmong gang and how they turned the twin cities into a battleground. Details
Mongol Nation Gangland, Season 2 44:35   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     Mongols MC was created in 1970 by a group of disaffected, Hispanic Vietnam veterans. Almost 40 years later, the Mongols have gone from being party-hearty outlaws to hell-bent gangsters: many that came directly from some of Southern California's most violent street gangs - creating a conflict of allegiance with the powerful Mexican Mafia. Details
Murder By Numbers Gangland, Season 2 44:35   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     Gangland examines one of the largest and most violent gangs in Los Angeles County. It's estimated that 18th Street has more than 20, 000 members in Los Angeles alone with additional sets that extend all across the nation and even overseas. Details
One Blood Gangland, Season 2 44:34   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     "LA Bloods" gives the viewer an inside look at one of the most notorious and volatile black street gangs in the country. Through original interviews with law enforcement, interventionists, victim's family members and active and former gang members, the program examines the life, history and the vicious crimes perpetrated by the Bloods. Details
Paid in Blood Gangland, Season 3 44:29   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     Get an inside look at some of America's most notorious street gangs, where criminals live by their own laws and brutality reigns. Details
Race War Gangland, Season 1 44:30   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     Home to 900 street gangs and over 80,000 gang members, the city of Los Angeles has the dubious title of "Gang Capital of the World." Territory means power and every gang in LA wants to expand their neighborhood boundaries by any means necessary. Since the 1990's, an ugly new development has surfaced in the gang wars of LA: Gangs are dividing by race. In neighborhoods such as Harbor Gateway, Highland Park, and Firestone, Hispanic gang members are targeting black civilians in an attempt to keep their territory free of the rival race. Details
Rage Against Society Gangland, Season 3 44:29   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     FSU has two meanings: Friends Stand United or F**k S**t Up. The gang claims no turf. Their domain is the hardcore music scene. Their path traces back almost twenty years to the streets of Boston. It was there that Elgin James, a mixed-race homeless kid, founded the gang and they made their presence known with brutal force. Battling the Neo-Nazi skinhead, they took back the hardcore venues and made it safe for the others who shared them. One of their mottos is friends don't let friends fight alone. If you fight one, you'll fight them all. We interview founding members of FSU, along with law enforcement, as we uncover the bloody history of a gang you've probably never heard of. Details
Root of All Evil Gangland, Season 1 44:29   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     The Hells Angels are the most powerful and well-known biker club on the planet, boasting over 2500 members worldwide. In April 2002, a riot in a Nevada casino between the Hells Angels and their rivals, the Mongols, kills three gang members and creates headlines around the country. Federal authorities seize the opportunity and send a team of undercover agents to infiltrate the outlaw biker group. Along the way, they uncover a world of sex, rampant drug use, and vicious violence - employed to ensure the Hells Angels place at the top of the biker world. Details
Sin City Gangland, Season 2 44:34   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     "Sin City" gives a firsthand account of the violent rise of street gangs in Las Vegas. Through interviews with the founder of the GQ's - the first bona fide West Coast - style street gang to take hold in Las Vegas - law enforcement, historians, victim's family members, and former gang members; the program examines the life, history, and future of Sin City's gang culture. Details
Stone to the Bone Gangland, Season 1 44:29   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     Graffiti reading: "Terror Town," "Cold Stone Soldier" and "Stones Run It" litters Chicago's Southside neighborhoods. It's the work of BPS, Chicago's second largest street gang. The gang has a long and colorful history with their founder - Jeff Fort - convicted in 1987 of plotting to carry out terrorist acts against the US government with the support of Libyan government. The FBI classified the group as a "terrorist threat," in the wake of 9/11. Details
Texas Terror Gangland, Season 2 44:35   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     The Texas Syndicate. They are the most feared Tejano gang in the Lone Star State, yet few have heard of them. The Syndicate is managed like an elite business, with a reach that extends from behind prison walls to the far corners of Texas. They will break any law to generate revenue but the gang's bread and butter is drug trafficking for the Mexican cartels. Now Gangland unearths how the Texas Syndicate rose to power, and the destruction the left behind to get there. Details
The Devil's Playground Gangland, Season 3 44:29   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     The Devil's Playground delves into the history and current activities of one of Chicago's most intriguing street gangs, the Satan Disciples. The SD's claim they are the only gang in the country that practices free enterprise, meaning that individual members can make money however they choose, legally or illegally. High-ranking members tell us about the rise and fall of King Aggie, who built the gang into a major presence on the streets of Chicago. He allegedly ordered a hit on a more popular, younger leader whose death ultimately spelled his own doom. Details
To Torture or to Kill? Gangland, Season 3 44:35   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     "To Torture or to Kill?" gives viewers a rare glimpse inside one of the most violent, well-funded and brazen criminal organizations to ever operate inside the United States. Comprised of elite mercenaries, Los Zetas are bathing the U.S.—Mexican border in blood and waging an all-out war to maintain control over North America's most valuable drug-trafficking corridor into the United States, Laredo, TX. Details
You Rat, You Die Gangland, Season 1 43:58   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     In 2003, the body of a pregnant, teenaged informant was found along the banks of the bucolic Shenandoah River. She'd been repeatedly stabbed - her head nearly severed. Brenda Paz had been supplying the authorities with first-hand accounts of MS-13's operations. Paz had been one of 3,000 MS-13 members in the Washington, DC area. The increasingly violent and fast-growing gang operates from the sleepy, middle-class suburbs ringing the city. Details

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