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Vietnamese Gangs

A gang composing of Vietnamese teens or youths, there many Vietnamese gangs in the U.S. right now, but more so back in the 1980s-1990s.

Vietnamese gangs are known to be the most differ to any other gangs, including even other south east asian gangs.

Unlike Hispanics and Black gangs, or Cambodian gangs, Vietnamese gangs are mostly non-territorial. They are also known to be hot headed (get angry easily) but usually resolve to fists for the first round, and then they usualyl come back a second round with weapons or a gun, just to finish them off.

Another factor common in Viet gangs, are that they usually run in small groups of really close friends around 3-5 people only. They rarely gather in big groups, unless we are talking about Fob Vietnamese gangs
You ever wondered why Vietnamese Gangs are hard to catch, when they commit a crime?

1. They are non territorial

-no hassel with territory that police can track down

2. Their groups are often kept small in numbers

- the smaller the crowd, the closer you are, the less people who knows

3. There are many Vietnamese gangs

-whats harder to find when a crime commits, 1 big gang of hispanics gathering in one neighborhood and around the local area

or 10 small groups of 5-7 scattered and mobile.
by Dr.Viet April 15, 2010
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