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(UPON READING; YOU AGREE TO NOT USE ANY OF THIS INFORMATION IN-CHARACTER UNLESS APPROVED BY MYSELF OR OTHER LEADERS) Back in the 1990s when the notorious Ace Street Locos XIII held power over the El Corona district, Carlos Flores was a high-ranking member of the gang. He ran a little group under ASL13, called the El Corona Aztecs. After the collapse of the Ace Street Locos XIII by the will of law enforcement, the El Corona Aztecs came into more and more power. Even though shotcaller Armando Montez had died from a drive-by and other notable leaders were dead or incarcerated, the ECA13 still pledged allegiance to Armando Montez and the ASL. El Corona Aztecs later developed into a street gang in the early 2000s, fractions of what they had come from. It was led under the command of Carlos Flores, who's ultimate goal was to keep the culture he believed in, alive. Under a gang injunction enforced on the Ace Street Locos, the El Corona Housing Projects were raided by the Special Weapons And Tactics unit of the Los Santos Police Department. Hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of weapons and narcotics, seized and loads arrested. Included in the list of perpetrators, was one Carlos Flores. He was charged and incarcerated for a total of six years, in 2012. Without the appropriate leadership and literature previously provided, both the Ace Street Locos and El Corona Aztecs ceased to be and ultimately split off into numerous sets. Throughout the years, these street gangs would come and go, some dismantled by their bitter rivals, others dismantled by the long arm of the law. The most famous of these gangs would become the Ace Street Familia XIII who's reach supposedly passed that of the Ace Street Locos XIII, but like all things, the Familia too, came to an abrupt end. In August 2018, Carlos Flores was released from the San Andreas Detention Center prison with high hopes of finding the remnants of his friends and family although when he arrived, he was disappointed at what he saw. There was no correlation between El Corona and the Ace Street Locos. No correlation between El Corona and Corona Aztecs. Nothing of relevance. Just another neighborhood with what appeared to be meaningless graffiti, and rundown projects. At that moment, Carlos had promised himself that he would continue what his friends had started. THE BEGINNING After Carlos arrive to the barrio, Everything was unorganized, people didn't quite know who to call a leader. That was when Shorty ( Carlos ) came back to the place where he belonged and reinstated peace and calm for everyone in place. A group of people was often seen playing basketball or just chatting on the benches or around the neighborhood. As time flew the gang grew up in membership and with it, attention spiked around the gang within each side of the law and as relationships rose and were beginning to rise in importance and convenience as the gang saw a short period of time where everything was going right. THE OBSTACLE As the gang saw a period of prosperity, they began aiming higher and higher but with recognition, Comes the unwanted attention. The gang saw it's path blocked by PD when they were involved in a situation which was nothing but a really awkward and stupid situation but that lead to multiple members being arrested due to one running his mouth. The gang saw it's dream of a peaceful and prosper life being taken away from them on a blink of an eye as multiple members were arrested, other wanted. It is rumoured that they have not yet given up and that they are taking chances somewhere else, in Los Santos. Today As the Cartel De Sinola Los Santos Connection saw a period of prosperity on the gang and the El Corona itself Cartel De Sinaloa decided to take over the El Corona vicinity, doing a peaceful transition between two organizations. The gang is now aiming for higher, and gain their reputation back they've lost in the streets. Due to the gang had so many internal issues and fights between the high-ranking leaders, resulting in a power loss comes along with minus respect. With the CDS involvement and their support, the El Corona community is hoping to take back what belongs to them. 2019, March 27th "Everyone is gone, my best friends, people I hanged out with... Even the business is dead and money is running low as well... Huh. I hope Lando will pick up his phone... Of course if he's alive." As the South Side Aztecas family went into the shadows, all the business and contacts were lost and stopped. Luis knew he had to do something and it wasn't right to leave everything like that. Calls were made to his close criminal friends and they met in secret location for a private meeting. After that night, La Ganancia organization was born. La Ganancia La Ganancia - organization that is mainly assembled to make profit from trafficking drugs. They don't limit themselves and also participates in dealing illegal goods and exporting them. Group was created in late March, 2019 when former leader of South Side Aztecas appeared again in Los Santos. Organization consists of ex-members from South Side Aztecas family and other Hispanic criminals. Group is only restrict to Latino-Americans. CARTEL DE SINALOA - LOS SANTOS PRESENTS After the cartel's existence slowly disappeared from the City, a few phone calls were made towards to Pedro Cruz and Luis Trejo from Mexico, asking for to continue their operations. After a long discussion between the top leaders Luis was approved to continue the activity in Los Santos. As Luis was cooperating with the Seville crew, they showed him the true power and potential they had. Luis took the chance and offered Patricio to work with him as one big organization. He used the chance that was given by Mexico criminal leaders. UPON JOINING; MEMBERS WILL AGREE THAT ANY LEADER OF THE FACTION HAS THE ABILITY TO CK A MEMBER DUE TO ANY IN-CHARACTER REASON
Life will never be what it was. Broken alliances forged in blood, brotherly bonds destroyed. Out of the shadows, growing once again - hunting for what was once theirs. Death will always find its way. By joining this faction you automatically agree to a faction CK, meaning that you agree that if murdered by a leader/higher member of this faction you will be CK’d.
UPON READING THE FOLLOWING; YOU AGREE THAT YOU WILL NOT USE ANY OF THE VITAL INFORMATION IN-CHARACTER WITHOUT CONSULTING ME FIRST. Cartel de Contreras (CDC) is a formerly successful cartel, consisting of only Mexican ethnicity and recognized as one of the first cartels to control the majority of drug trafficking in some American states. The Montalvo Cartel was an offspring of the Contreras Cartel, who in turn, was an offspring of the notorious Guadalajara Cartel, similar to the powerful cartels. It had great influence throughout the state of New Mexico, and it still has great influence in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Being on the other side of the border, the Villegas Organisation received big shipments of various drugs from the Contreras Cartel and distributed it throughout the state of New Mexico. In return, they would ship back citizen-grade weaponry to fuel the Mexican Drug War back home. Along with the Contreras Cartel's help, the Montalvo Cartel of Los Santos profited heavily from selling drugs and guns. With the help of lieutenants, soldiers, and sicarios like Theodore Callabero, Carlos Estrada, Pablo Iglesias, Hernando Chikira, and Raphael Andrades, the Montalvo Cartel quickly became feared and successful throughout Los Santos although they ultimately caught the eye of the Federal Task Force, and fell inactive. Pablo Iglesias was one of the numerous sicarios sent by the Contreras and despite his fame in Los Santos, he was still well and deeply connected with the Contreras. Having seen a city that's easy to control, it was only a matter of time before Pablo Iglesias expanded the successful Contreras Cartel beyond Jalisco and New Mexico. The daily schedule of the Contreras Cartel included various illegal activities, shadowed by their many legal fronts. These illegal activities consisted of the stereo-typical bulk trafficking of narcotics, human trafficking, arms trafficking, extortion, money laundry, kidnapping, murder and various other vicious crimes. This string of consecutive vicious crimes had been put to a prompt stop after the fall of Benjamin Contreras' reign in 1989 after his conspicuous way of business had been compromised over the phone by the state police of New Mexico. The fall of Benjamin Contreras led to a period of chaos and anarchy within the organization. Eventually replaced by the successor Arturo Mendez whom enforced a more discrete way of doing business. This enforced discretion led to a prolonged reign for Arturo Mendez, merely had been put to a full stop by the apprehension of Eduardo Echevarria, nowadays referred to as Lieutenant Rat. Ten members were revealed to broad daylight, leading to another period of severe chaos and disperse. In an effort to prevent the chaos and disperse, a new head had been appointed under Mendez’s orders, Sebastian Calvillo, also referred as “El Toro” due to his appearance. The Villegas Organisation in Albuquerque, New Mexico was known to be led by a lieutenant of the Contreras Cartel, Roberto Villegas, who formed a large drug smuggling operation between Mexico and the United States with the help of Sebastian Calvillo. At the beginning of 2008, the local DEA office started to build a case against Villegas, keeping him under constant pressure, which led to multiple arrests within the organization due to the missing leadership, causing the smuggling operation to be put to a complete stop. Multiple members were advised to flee to the state of San Andreas by the acting head of operations, Sebastian Calvillo. Eventually, Las Colinas and its surrounding neighborhoods became the stronghold of the Contreras cell within San Andreas. Numerous street gangs have been used as the acting hand of the Contreras Cartel, linking it to the Watts Riders, Colinas Varrio Riders, San Pedro 13, and most recently, Majestic X8. On July 20th, 2015, the murders of Santiago Martinez and Xavier Zarate shocked the entire Mexican-American community in Los Santos. Santiago Martinez survived two long-ranged shots with a 7x62 chamber rifle at 4:50 PM. 35 minutes later at 5:25 PM, the young adult was gunned down in his car at point blank range. Santiago Martinez, a well known entrepreneur, was shot by Xavier Zarate. Santiago was pronounced dead at the scene, with three 9mm bullets within his head alongside two 7.62mm bullets in his shoulder. Xavier Zarate was a known entrepreneur, former CEO of the famous adult entertainment company named MPOV, though he had been affiliated with Vincent Montalvo, having numerous ties with the criminal underworld. Zarate had an active warrant on him for possession of narcotic substances and robbery, having just been released from prison months before, after serving twenty years for possession and distribution of illegal firearms. Later that night, Zarate was found dead in a river, beheaded. Little known about his miraculous escape from police custody, and the aftermath of the shooting. Speculation rose that both were murdered as retaliation within the cartels. Former DEA agent, J. Hernandez noted that there was reason to believe that two more more drug cartels were operating in Los Santos during the time. UPON JOINING; MEMBERS WILL AGREE THAT ANY LEADER OF THE FACTION HAS THE ABILITY TO CK A MEMBER DUE TO ANY IN-CHARACTER REASON IF DEEMED FIT. I forgot to credit: @LikeMike, @DutchLars, @ertidog, @Kevin, @Mirazoka @BlueBerry