Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Fresno Bulldogs Gang

Fresno Bulldogs Gang


Fresno Bulldogs is a street gang that originated in Fresno, California, in the late 1960s. Bulldogs is the largest Hispanic gang operating in central California, with membership estimated at 5,000 to 6,000. Bulldogs is one of the few Hispanic gangs in California that claim neither Sureños (Southern) nor Norteños (Northern) affiliation. However, gang members associate with Nuestra Familia (NF) members, particularly when trafficking drugs. The street-level distribution of methamphetamine, marijuana, and heroin is a primary source of income for gang members. In addition, members are involved in other types of criminal activity including assault, burglary, homicide, and robbery.

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  1. Please stop copying and pasting information from other misinformed websites. The Bulldogs were one of the first "Norteno" street gangs due to Crackers being an NF member and having a lot of clout in his hometown of Fresno. When Crackers was deemed "no good" he caused a split in which most of the Norteno's in and from Fresno chose loyalty to him over loyalty to the Cause. Now there was a question mark on the head of those from Fresno, some were Nortenos and some were "F-14", an odd group who dressed and acted like Nortenos and still had conflicts w/ Surenos but were not embraced by the broader Norteno/NF circle. Later the Bulldogs chose to align themselves with the Surenos. This relationship was the result of system wide segregation of Bulldogs from Nortenos in the CDC, leading all Bulldogs to program alongside Surenos in prison. After a conflict in the streets the Mexican Mafia decided they no longer would embrace the Bulldogs either. As it stands, Bulldogs have one yard of each classification level in the CDC that they are allowed to go to. These yards have no Nortenos or Surenos on them as there is a "green light" from both major prison gangs on the Bulldogs. In an attempt to revise history, Bulldogs now claim they have always been independent and claimed Central CA. This is patently false. They were forced into their current status by the powers-that-be.

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    1. Who ever wrote this is about 90% correct ..but the last info Bulldogs were forced....{They were forced into their current status by the powers-that-be.}WE WERE NEVER FORCED INTO ANYTHING.. LETS GET THAT CLEARED UP... BULLDOGS TAKE NO ORDERS FROM NO MAN.. BULLDOGS AINT FOLLOWERS WERE LEADERS AND BOSSES... HARD HITTERS AND GO GETTERS.. REMEBER THAT... BULLDOG...

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    2. I would say 70%. Bulldogs weren't the first street gang for NF. It was F-14. which later adopted the Bulldog name in the 80's. Back in the day F14ers wouldnt "hit" or "take out" their own. Thats what changed it for them when they were told to do so. They went on their own. I know a lot of those vatos from when I was a kid. Leaders -yes a lot were.but never controling. Go getters and hard hitters. Yup! I didn't know how well I could chuck 'em until I moved away and got into a couple of fights. the streets of Fresno raised me.and on the streets I encountered a lot of F14 Bulldogs who encourage me to be my own man.to love my city and take pride in it. nowadays a lot has changed.it seems that dope as corruptedthe reasoning and mindsof some of the members and the original message has been tainted and distorted.needless to say I love all my friends and familyfrom the streets.I love my city it breaks my heartto see the communities that I love go to shit. remember folks we don't "move on our own". Lets stop the self destruction.

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  2. Thank you for your comment and info!

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