My Bloody Life: The Making of a Latin King - Study Guide Chapters 41-45 Summary & Analysis

Reymundo Sanchez
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In Chapter 41, Spread the Violence, Reymundo began to hang out with the King leaders, the older members who ran the gang's drug operations. He realized that the real purpose of the gang was to sell drugs and commit other crimes. He earned a few perks, like attending fewer meetings. Reymundo was a King wherever he stood, meaning not subject to any section leader. He took orders only from the highest leaders, most of whom were in the penitentiary. When the police began looking for him, the head honchos dropped Reymundo, but he kept his status.

Only July 4, the Kings and Cobras got into a shoot-out at Wisconsin Dells, resulting in the death of several innocent bystanders. In the middle of another summer gang war, the head honchos ordered the gangs to form two coalitions. The Peoples included the Latin Kings and their former...

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