Bloods and Crips: The Genesis of a Genocide

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AuthorHouse, Mar 12, 2008 - Biography & Autobiography - 180 pages
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TWO MEN...ONE LOVE...

 

      Brutally exposed to the naked facts of life, Katie Raspanti fled the dingy hovels of the slums to become a kitchen maid in New Orleans's most elegant household. She was no more than a child, but all too soon she became the tantalizing beauty who commanded the hearts of two brothers, both willing to abandon family and fortune to be at her side.

      Never, ever, did Katie dream that she would be the one to ignite the passions that would divide the legendary Eagan family, that would drive the Eagan boys to greatness, that would propel her to the top of New Orleans society and beyond... NIGHT JASMINE

 

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Contents

Death 3 Times I
1
Poem Teardrops and Closed Caskets
7
Either Dead or in Jail
15
Poem Fallacy Fact
24
Poem The Strength Inside of Yourself
34
Poem Tales of Reality
47
Aaren
57
Gangs Destruction Task Force Corruption
65
War Stories
101
Poem War Story
109
Colors
111
Chapter 18Just Call Me Joe
115
Poem Because of You
120
Early Gang Devastation and Death
121
Stand Up to Adversity
127
Lost Love
135

Poem Thought of a Broken Man
74
A Day in Life
75
Poem Hallucinating
82
Crack Cocaine PCP and Gangs
83
Chapter 14 Haze
89
Poem Ghetto Love
94
Operation Safe Streets
95
Poem Shattered Thoughts of a Black Queen
142
What If
145
Epilogue
153
Appendix
157
Poem The Spirit and Legacy of Tupac
160
Introducing Calvin Offerral
163
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