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    I recently came accross a tattoo that I am having trouble identifying. I have found it on three inmates in the last 3 or 4 months and am not showing a history of it anywhere. I know I have read something on it but am at a loss to find where. It is the phrase "Family of all Families." One of the inmates also has a Insane Spanish Cobra tat. It appears from the history on 2 of the inmates that they didn't have them when they came in and none of them have a previous gang affiliation that I can find. I am trying to STG tag them so any help would be appreciated.

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    What races are represented?
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    • #3
      If you have more info on the guys that the tats are on it might give someone a clue to the origin. A picture would be even better. Try to contact a gang classification officer in one of the bigger jails/prisons they may have some insight to help.
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      • #4
        Hmm, that's a new one for me. I'll hit the books once I get back to work and see what I can dig up. In the mean time, should you find out what it is please forward to me so I can update our STG manual.

        Thanks
        Be sure you're right, then go ahead
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        Never pick a fight with an old man.
        If he's too old to fight, he'll just kill you
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        • #5
          Contact Lt. Stewart at Charlotte Corrections, Punta Gorta Charlotte County Florida.

          He is one of the leading experts on prison/gang tats.
          He has a very large database of them.

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          • #6
            All three are white, ages 20 to 36. All of them have similar crimes, robbery. home invasion, weapons, assault, etc. Two of them committed crimes in the same county but not during the same times. One appears to be career, 3rd time down on 7 or 8 current sentences, the other 2 are on 1st bit. They all 3 were pretty tight while at my facility, one leveled up for points. Been trying to make some connection and having no luck... I have been all over their histories. Names are Siders, Sartin and Barkovitz not real good with placing heritage but don't know if it could be connected that way.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by bch044
              Contact Lt. Stewart at Charlotte Corrections, Punta Gorta Charlotte County Florida.

              He is one of the leading experts on prison/gang tats.
              He has a very large database of them.

              Do you have a contact for him? Even a first name I will be able to email him from our state email.

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              • #8
                Family Nation - Detroit Michigan beginnings

                Originally posted by Jewelsb
                I recently came across a tattoo that I am having trouble identifying. I have found it on three inmates in the last 3 or 4 months and am not showing a history of it anywhere. I know I have read something on it but am at a loss to find where. It is the phrase "Family of all Families." One of the inmates also has a Insane Spanish Cobra tat. It appears from the history on 2 of the inmates that they didn't have them when they came in and none of them have a previous gang affiliation that I can find. I am trying to STG tag them so any help would be appreciated.

                I'm familiar with the "Family Nation" that developed in the late eighties (1988) founded by Robert Waucaush and his Brother with their street gang the Cash Flow Posse. "Quick" and "Brutus" Waucaush founded not only the CFP, but also what they considered a "third Nation" (Family) as an answer to the Folks and People. The reason that they gave for the creation of the CFP was of course, for protection of turf and to answer the Cobras and Latin Counts who had migrated from Chicago and were setting up shop in Southwest Detroit. The migration stemmed from a move that several members made after attending funerals in Detroit for their fallen members. They started recruiting heavy and the locals from the 2400 block of Stair and Green streets didn't like it.

                The founders were hit by the FEDS with the RICO statute, it broke the back of the leadership for the most part. Both of the founding members as well as some of their "associates" spent some pretrial time in our Detention Center in the mid-nineties. The Family Nation has a moniker that looks like a "tepee" with a dot on either side of it. I might be able to free-sketch it for you (see attached file). It's been awhile though, Quick and Brutus are long gone from my spot here. And with them, went some of, if not most of the Family independence. I did hear that truces were formed between what remained of CFP and the Cobras.

                Perhaps the Cobras took over and/or share the "Family" Nation tag and fly under that particular alignment.

                I could be off base here, drop me a line and we can talk privately if you like.
                Attached Files
                Last edited by fsquared; 03-30-2007, 07:02 PM.

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                • #9
                  Thanks! Makes sense I am MDOC! Haven't came accross the "tepee" tat but will definately keep my eyes open. I will let you guys know what I find.

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                  • #10
                    Try Gangs Or Us .

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                    • #11
                      Sorry I don't have a contact for Lt. Stewart it has been a year since I have talked to him.

                      Call the prison and they can put you in contact with him.

                      He is a M-F 8-5.

                      He is the Lt. over the C-Dorm.

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                      • #12
                        A lot of blood tats have a reference to family.
                        Family over bitches, Family love...

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