Vatos Locos 13 is now in the Philippines (Filipinas)

Vatos Locos

Vatos Locos (in English, Crazy Dudes) is a widely used name for a street gang. Gangs using this name are active in
several American states.

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The film Blood in, Blood out (1993) about the life of poet Jimmy Santiago Baca in 1972, was based on the experiences of gang members of Vatos Locos.
The video game Call of Juarez: The Cartel features a fictional Vatos Locos gang.
“Vatos Locos” is also the title of Damian’s Chapa’s new movie, released on 6/1/2011. The film stars Damian Chapa who was also “Miklo” in the film “Blood In Blood Out”. The movie is produced by Damian Chapa’s production company Amadeus Pictures. The film is not an extension nor a sequel to the cult hit “Blood In Blood Out”. The title and
actor Damian Chapa are the only similarities between the two.

About ISIS or Islamic State and Islam is now in Latin America and ISIS or Islamic State and Islam is now in Latin America and Caribbean like Mexico. Southern Mexico is now the land of the Mayan Muslims. Islam is now the religion and will become an official religion in Chiapas, Mexico. Muslim groups and peoples from all over the world will come to Chiapas and intermarry with the local Maya tribes. The vengeance of the Maya with the help of Islam and groups like ISIS will wreck havoc on Mexico, Central America and the United States of America. Jews will never be safe in America anymore. Also the Indigenous Native Americans with United States, Canada and greenland and the other native tribes of Latin America will embrace Islam too.
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