This documentary gives the camera over to LA gang members - of whom there are an estimated 80,000 - and a community activist, Kershaun 'Lil Monster' Scott, a member of the CRIPs (Common Resources for an Independent People). His is not a savoury tale. We follow Scott through the neighbourhoods and up into the hills for gun practice, as he explains what he sees as the inevitable process of initiation into gang membership: the need for self-defence and survival. The other interviewees are his brother 'Kody Monster', jailed aged 14 for first-degree murder, filmed in prison, and their mother.
<pre class="nfo"></pre> You will need media player classic or power dvd to view this documentry, or you could use convertxtodvd to make it playable on a normal dvd.
The quality is not very good as i have recorded off a vhs tape and then converted, but it was not available so i decided to make a torent.Also this is not in its entirety the first part is missing.