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My Bloody Life: The Making of a Latin King Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 51 — 53 Summary

Reymundo Sanchez
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Chapters 51 — 53 Summary and Analysis

In Chapter 51, Lesson Learned, finally, Reymundo's rebellion sparked a rift in the gang. King Tito, the Inca, took Reymundo's side, saying that no one else could take Reymundo's crown, meaning kick him out of the gang. Still, the young gangbangers on the street were no longer completely obedient to the leaders in the penitentiary, and Reymundo knew he must solve the problem himself. Loca's sister Luisa got Reymundo a data entry job at the local university. He briefly became obsessed with getting a degree, and reconnected with Cindy, who was attending another university nearby.

In Chapter 52, Crownless, Reymundo confronted the Kings at Beach and Spaulding, telling them he wanted out of the gang. Chico was in jail. The new leader, King D.J., tried to convince Reymundo to stay in the gang, but he refused. Reymundo was violated out of the gang, beaten...

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