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Sacramento Guardian Angels

June 10th, 2019   admin  Uncategorized   No Comments »


Sacramento Guardian Angels are on patrol in Lavander Heights, there seemed to be more women homeless than ever before. The Guardian Angels pay close attention to when they interact with them. Seeing if  they need additional assistance, Or any type of medical. They also engage the local party goers to ensure their safety while they also have fun. The California area has been especially hit with homeless and it might only get worse. 

Suspect in Assault of Female MTA worker Coney Island

May 28th, 2019   admin  Uncategorized   No Comments »

Jose Gonzalez aka Crazy J and Christine Meyers aka KC have distributed hundreds of WANTED fliers of a male suspect who punched a female MTA subway worker on the platform of Coney Island. Crazy J leads the Coney Island patrol and KC leads the Perv Busters GA patrol. They have collected info. on the suspect. He hangs out at a Bodega at 2327 Mermaid Ave and he lives in Bldg. #1 of the Carey Gardens Public Housing Project. Residents are afraid to give up his name because of the Code of the Streets. ” Snitches get Stitches and end up in Ditches.” Crazy J is pounding the beat in CI today to come up with the name. He has brought this info to the 60th PCT. in CI and TP District 34. A dozen employees have been assaulted to date by thugs on the subways and buses. Unfortunately even with stiffer sentences for attacking bus and subway employees……….the attacks continue. This was good gum show work by Crazy J and KC.

Read more at
https://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/nyc-crime/ny-video-subway-conductor-punch-suspect-20190522-pu2v4l64fzb6bmyn426qsdp2hq-story.html


Guardian Angels in Melbourne

May 14th, 2019   admin  Uncategorized   No Comments »

I have always said that “One Woman or One Man” can make a difference in this world. Certainly that has been proven time and time again in the Guardian Angels all over the World. From KG ODA our International Coordinator having started the Guardian Angels in Japan by himself. To Vampiro, our International GA Ambassador starting the group in Mexico City and Charl Viljoen, a Capetown Police Officer starting the GA in Capetown. Sure….each of them got help from other Guardian Angels from time to time but for the most part they started with only themselves and their shadow. It can be done and it is being done again by Michael Makridis in Melbourne, Australia.

Read more at:
https://www.theage.com.au/national/victoria/melbourne-garbo-revives-new-york-s-1980s-vigilante-group-guardian-angels-20190507-p51kx5.html

Portland Patrol

May 13th, 2019   admin  Uncategorized   No Comments »

The Portland Guardian Angels had a busy day. It was Cinco de Mayo and the patrol headed downtown.  Covering the long time Saturday Market and The Cinco de Mayo festival happening across the street. The Angels went back on the train and headed to the Moda Center as the Portland Trail Blazers are playing against Denver and thousands upon thousands fill  the Arena for basketball.

Cinco de Mayo
Cinco de Mayo
Cinco de Mayo
Cinco de Mayo
Perimeter of Cinco de Mayo
Perimeter of Cinco de Mayo
On the train headed to Moda Center for Blazer Game
On the train headed to Moda Center for Blazer Game

Graffiti, Guardian Angels and grime: Candid black and white images show gritty 1980s New York from its homeless to its hookers, by taxi driver-turned-photographer who spent decades documenting the city

May 10th, 2019   admin  Uncategorized   No Comments »

In 1978, Matt Weber was a taxi driver in a city plagued with crime, abandoned buildings and a government on the verge of financial collapse.

New York City had seen better days.

Working the night shift, Weber witnessed the fights and arrests, saw the hookers and the homeless, and ‘so many crazy things on the street that I kept saying, “Damn, I’ve got to buy a camera,”’ he said in a 2017 article.

‘If you saw the movie Taxi Driver, that was the world that was out there. There were prostitutes on the corner, Times Square was crazy; it was a dangerous part of town. I was robbed in my taxicab at double gunpoint.’

So he picked up a camera and started chronicling the porn, peep shows and prostitution in Times Square, the busted cars in Harlem, and the sailors who came to town for Fleet Week.

His decades of documenting the city is now part of a new book, ‘Street Trip. Life in NYC,’ published by Carpet Bombing Culture.

Times Square, now a tourist mecca, used to be a vastly different place in the 1980s with porn, peep shows and prostitution

Times Square, now a tourist mecca, used to be a vastly different place in the 1980s with porn, peep shows and prostitution

Ladies of the night working in 1988. Prostitution was rampant over the city, but especially in Times Square and on the West Side, now home to some of the city's most expensive real estate

Ladies of the night working in 1988. Prostitution was rampant over the city, but especially in Times Square and on the West Side, now home to some of the city’s most expensive real estate

Sailors in Times Square in 1989. The sign behind them touts 'The Best Porn in NYC.' The tradition of Fleet Week continues

Sailors in Times Square in 1989. The sign behind them touts ‘The Best Porn in NYC.’ The tradition of Fleet Week continues 

Matt Weber took the image above while spending decades documenting the city with his camera

Matt Weber took the image above while spending decades documenting the city with his camera

Weber said that he didn't start out with the intention of being a street photographer. Above, someone took the time to display stuffed animals in an apartment building's windows in an image taken in 1988

Weber said that he didn’t start out with the intention of being a street photographer. Above, someone took the time to display stuffed animals in an apartment building’s windows in an image taken in 1988

Two young men, above, pose by a sign advertising 'the best in adult entertainment,' in an image taken in Times Square in 1988

Two young men, above, pose by a sign advertising ‘the best in adult entertainment,’ in an image taken in Times Square in 1988

Two women sporting fur coats in an image taxi driver turned photographer Matt Weber took in 1989

Two women sporting fur coats in an image taxi driver turned photographer Matt Weber took in 1989

The eye is immediately drawn to the 35 cents in change in the person's hand in an image taken in 1988

The eye is immediately drawn to the 35 cents in change in the person’s hand in an image taken in 1988

Matt Weber shot snaps on New York City streets for many year. Above, sailors in Times Square in an image taken in 2006

Matt Weber shot snaps on New York City streets for many year. Above, sailors in Times Square in an image taken in 2006

Looking out of his cab's window, Weber said he saw a 'many crazy things on the street.' Above, two men fight in an image from 2010

Looking out of his cab’s window, Weber said he saw a ‘many crazy things on the street.’ Above, two men fight in an image from 2010 

In a surreal photo, a man looks at one of the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001

In a surreal photo, a man looks at one of the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001

Weber said that he didn’t intend to become a street photographer, according to a 2017 article.

‘My early work was basically just documents of the city with a couple of interesting street pictures just thrown in. Then, at one point, I just wanted to see some other photography and learn a little more about it and so I bought a few books and went to a few exhibits and at that point I was like, holy s***, there’s this whole world that I didn’t understand.’

‘I found maybe a hundred shots that were really good that I didn’t think had any value back in ‘88. I didn’t even mark them. Image after image after image and it took 20 years for those images to gain significance. Pictures of the Lower East Side and now they’re significant. Alphabet City, it was crazy; look at that abandoned car in the middle of the lot on 4th street with old junkies around – or Times Square.’

The black and white images, part of a book that is out on May 27, show another gritty side to New York City, much of which is long gone. 

Above, four hookers working a corner in 1985 in front of a building that states it is a furniture outlet

Above, four hookers working a corner in 1985 in front of a building that states it is a furniture outlet

A prostitute rests on the hood of a car in an image that photographer Matt Weber took in 1990

A prostitute rests on the hood of a car in an image that photographer Matt Weber took in 1990

Young men enjoy a day at the beach in Coney Island, Brooklyn in an undated photo

Young men enjoy a day at the beach in Coney Island, Brooklyn in an undated photo

A man diving at the beach in Coney Island, and its iconic Wonder Wheel can be seen in the background

A man diving at the beach in Coney Island, and its iconic Wonder Wheel can be seen in the background

Matt Weber started out as a taxi driver in 1978 and quickly realized that he should taking photos of what he saw on the street. Above, an image of a taxi cab in an undated photo

Matt Weber started out as a taxi driver in 1978 and quickly realized that he should taking photos of what he saw on the street. Above, an image of a taxi cab in an undated photo

Weber said in 2017 article that while other cabbies refused to go to Harlem, he drove up to the neighborhood. Above, a taxi that has seen better days in 1987

Weber said in 2017 article that while other cabbies refused to go to Harlem, he drove up to the neighborhood. Above, a taxi that has seen better days in 1987 

A car crash in Harlem in 1988 in an photo taken by Matt Weber, who has been documenting New York City for decades

A car crash in Harlem in 1988 in an photo taken by Matt Weber, who has been documenting New York City for decades

Above, marquees touting movies such as 'The Naked Gun' in Times Square in 1989

Above, marquees touting movies such as ‘The Naked Gun’ in Times Square in 1989

Above, a man displays his behind while people wait in line in an image taken by photographer Matt Weber

Above, a man displays his behind while people wait in line in an image taken by photographer Matt Weber

The Guardian Angels were formed in 1979 to fight against crime. In the late 1970s, New York City was plagued with crime, its police force was cut and it teetered on bankruptcy. Above, members of the Guardian Angels in Times Square in 1988

The Guardian Angels were formed in 1979 to fight against crime. In the late 1970s, New York City was plagued with crime, its police force was cut and it teetered on bankruptcy. Above, members of the Guardian Angels in Times Square in 1988

Above, Hell's Angels riding their motorcycles in 1990. Photographer Matt Weber spent decades chronicling New York City with his camera

Above, Hell’s Angels riding their motorcycles in 1990. Photographer Matt Weber spent decades chronicling New York City with his camera

Above, a homeless person in an undated photo. Homelessness is an issue that New York City continues to grapple with today

Above, a homeless person in an undated photo. Homelessness is an issue that New York City continues to grapple with today

Above, two men at a peep show in Times Square on New Year's Eve in 1989. Times Square nowadays is tourist friendly

Above, two men at a peep show in Times Square on New Year’s Eve in 1989. Times Square nowadays is tourist friendly

Above, Guardian Angels, a group that formed to fight crime, on the streets in Times Square in 1989

Above, Guardian Angels, a group that formed to fight crime, on the streets in Times Square in 1989

Sailors come to New York City regularly for what is known as Fleet Week. Above, three sailors in Times Square sometime in the 1980s

Sailors come to New York City regularly for what is known as Fleet Week. Above, three sailors in Times Square sometime in the 1980s

Above, sailors entering a peep show in Times Square in 1989

Above, sailors entering a peep show in Times Square in 1989

Above, cops seem to be arresting some men in Harlem in an image taken in 1987

Above, cops seem to be arresting some men in Harlem in an image taken in 1987

A lady of the night talking to a man in Times Square in 1989

A lady of the night talking to a man in Times Square in 1989

New Mexico

May 7th, 2019   admin  Uncategorized   No Comments »

The New Mexico Chapter of Guardian conducted a patrol and community out reach . In Old Town Albuquerque New Mexico. Greeting local residents and business owners. Listening to their concerns and receiving  a lot of support from from the local business’s.  The patrol consisted of the following members.   Nexus, Rose, Phenix, and one of our I Support members Kevin


35 ‘Foot Soldiers’ for Mexican Mafia Charged in Scheme to Smuggle Drugs Hidden in Their Bodies Into San Bernardino Co. Jails

April 29th, 2019   admin  Uncategorized   No Comments »

I have battled GANGS all over the world in over 40 years. I have never come across anything like this before…..NEVER, NEVER, NEVER

The MEXICAN MAFIA has a lock down on most of the Prisons in California. They run their gang like a para-military organization with a strict
ranking and command structure.

Here they are ordering their Gang Members to purposefully commit crimes, but don’t try to get away. Get arrested. But before the gang banger goes out to commit the crime and to purposefully be caught….. they stuff needles and drugs up his ANNUS. Once processed for arrest and sent to lock-up……….they eliminate it out and give it to their gang leaders who then sell it to other inmates.

Is this CRAZY OR WHAT……….. and yet the dedicated gang member to earn “CRED” will allow their HERSHEY HIGHWAY to be the safe deposit
box for the Gang’s Drugs.

Read More at https://ktla.com/2019/04/25/24-suspected-gang-members-and-associates-suspected-of-smuggling-drugs-into-san-bernardino-county-jails/

Rio De Janeiro Guardian Angels

April 22nd, 2019   admin  Uncategorized   No Comments »

The Guardian Angels of Brazil have been active for more than 30 years. They patrol Rio De Janeiro on a regular basis. In that time Henrique and Auta Maia and the Rio Guardian Angels have made hundreds of citizen arrests. As you know Rio is a tourist mecca for those from around the world. Because of that hundreds of bandits, mostly young descend upon the city from the many FAVELAS that surround the city from nearby hill tops. These criminals know the Guardian Angels and Henrique and Auta have known three generations of these organized gangs. They plunge right in when tourists are being surrounded by dozens of these thieves. They risk their lives on every patrol. Having patrolled with them ………..it is without doubt the most dangerous city to patrol for us any where in the world. And yet year after year the police, merchants, tourists and thugs know who they are.

Their busiest time is during MARDI GRAS 2/9- 2/17. They patrol around the clock. Often times they are drawn to the beaches of Copacabana and Ipanema. There are so many crimes committed there that the police patrol the grounds with sub-machine guns. And still the gangs swarm the tourists and go on the attack like PIRANHA. Time and time again the Rio Guardian Angels rush in to rescue the frightened tourists while detaining the thieves.

Above is one such incident. Henrique and Auta were on their way home when they saw 2 Argentine tourists being robbed. They recognized the young thief having chased him away many times. His nickname is JAMBINHO and he comes from the CANTAGALO shantytown. He was part of a bicycle gang that were robbing tourists. When JAMBINHO saw the Guardian Angels he ordered everyone to take off. But this time Henrique ran him down on his bicycle and slammed him to the ground. The police soon arrived and Henrique threw him into the back of the squad car. He was arrested and charged with robbery. The Rio Guardian Angels had recovered all of the money and possessions that the 2 Argentine tourists had. The Argentine tourist expressed his appreciation and said that we are need in Buenos Aires.

For over 30 years the Rio Guardian Angels have “Dared to Care”. They are at risk every time they put on their colors but they never shrink from their duty. We should all reach out and salute Henrique, Auta and the Rio Guardian Angels.

Tut Visits NYC from Chicago

April 16th, 2019   admin  Uncategorized   No Comments »

This past week saw Thomas “TUT” Hunt visit us from our Chicago Guardian Angel Chapter. He first joined the NYC Guardian Angels in Sept. of 1979. With over close to 40 years of Service TUT was the first to start a patrol on Staten Island. Years later he ran a GA HQ. on 168th Street and Amsterdam Ave in the heart of Washington Heights. His was the first GA Patrol anywhere to have to deal with the menace of “CRACK”. He began our very first GA ” CRACK DOWN AGAINST CRACK CAMPAIGN” and went on to develop our program right in the heart of 42nd Street and Times Square.

He then took to the road with Guardian Angel Paul Martinelli as they spread the Guardian Angel concept to cities around America in need. While based in NYC both TUT and PAUL would travel to our HQ in Canarsie, Brooklyn and sit with Frances and Chester Sliwa. Both Frances and Chester schooled them in Concept Therapy and a book called the
RAYS OF THE DAWN. It helped them remain positive while on the road and enabled them to get results when it seemed that there was to much opposition to the their GA cause. On Sunday TUT traveled to the grave site of Frances and Chester Sliwa with other Guardian Angels and Sliwa Family members. He shared with all the many things that he learned then from them and continues to apply to every aspect of his life even to this day. He also gave us a great update of crime in the neighborhoods of Chicago……..which remains the “Murder Capital of America”.

MS 13 Update

April 15th, 2019   admin  Uncategorized   No Comments »

Our #1 Priority is to stalk, shadow and weaken MS-13……….where ever they might be. Below is an example of the continuing problem. As politicians argue about what to do………MS-13 continues to survive and grow. This MS-13 member was arrested for manslaughter in May of 2000. He stabbed an illegal outside of a Deli in Huntington, Long Island. He did his time in a Federal lockup and was released in 2017. At that moment ICE deported him back to El Salvador.

Soon after he snuck back in and came right back to Huntington. Local law enforcement has been told not to work with ICE or share info. ICE was making the rounds when they spotted this same MS-13 member, tattoos and all walking down the street……like he owned it. Local law enforcement was MIA on this arrest. He will be deported again………and guess what……..he’ll try to come back again and again MS-13 knows it’s just a matter of numbers. ICE can’t stop nor catch all of them. MS-13’s motto is “KILL, RAPE and CONTROL”. but only against their own people. They know if you do that you stay under law enforcement’s radar. They wear a tattoo that says it all ” MS-13, From the craddle, into prison and then into a grave.

We have had success in their communities. We confront them, we recruit members away from them and we keep their future recruits, the children, out of harm’s way with our Junior Guardian Angels programs.

And now, after a year of planning, we are crawling into the Belly of MS-13. Into Guatemala itself. We are going to start our first Junior Guardian Angel program in a school in Guatemala City. From there we hope to grow it through out the country. With your Continued help and Support we will once again succeed against all odds. The politicians will continue to point fingers……..while we will continue to organize and FIGHT BACK.

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Read more at:
https://nypost.com/2019/04/05/how-deported-ms-13-gang-members-sneak-back-into-the-us/
and
https://nypost.com/2019/04/02/deported-ms-13-killer-arrested-after-being-caught-back-on-long-island/

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