Monster: The Autobiography of an L.A. Gang Member - The Juvenile Tank Summary & Analysis

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The Juvenile Tank Summary and Analysis

As Kody is processed out of jail after his trial ends in an not guilty verdict, he reminds those remaining to keep the gang inside strong. Upon his release, he darts out and catches the first bus he finds, fearing that the police are tricking him and plan to now arrest him again. A member of a rival gang boards the bus a short time later, sees Kody and draws a gun from his waistband, and Kody fears for his life. When the boy asks Kody what gang he belongs to, Kody denies any affiliation but continues to plan his escape because he knows the rival member will see him for what he is. Then the other gang member gets off the bus, telling Kody that he should join a gang and that he already has the...

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