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VARRIO EAST SIDE CLOVER


EAST SIDE CLOVER

Initials: ESC, C19, CST

213 Area Code

Bandana Color: GREEN

Logo: THE 3 LEAF SHAMROCK, aka LUCKY CLOVER.
The plant most often referred to as shamrock is the clover and has served as a good luck symbol since the earliest times.

Hand sign: Big C (Pending Art)

The Varrio is from the later 1920s or early 1930s.

1950s Car Club: Thee Phantoms

Original clique: Leprechauns (Duendes)

Later cliques:
Jokers
Tiny Jokers
Calle Sichel Locos
19 Street (Avenue 19)

Irish and Mexicans where the first membership, but as the years went by, it became predominantly Italian and Mexican. But today, even though there still remains a sizable Italian population in The Heights, the Mexican/Chicano population by far supplies the majority of members to the Varrio ranks.

Varrio name origin stems from: “CLOVER STREET” proper; obviously named because the Irish first settled in Clover Heights or possibly from the large clover fields which existed there. Clover fields and wild mustard grew rampantly in those early times.

The EAST SIDE part of the Varrio name stems from the fact that when this section of greater East Los Angeles became officially renamed Lincoln Heights in 1917, as endearing as the new name was to become, it was still common for residents to refer to their neighborhood as “The East Side.” To this day, when older residents talk about The Heights, they’ll often say
~> “You know, The Eastside.”

Even the old LAPD quarters located by the Five Points (the intersection of Pasadena Avenue, Avenue 26 and Daly Street), was known as the East Side Police Station, until the Police Commission in 1919 changed the name to Lincoln Heights Police Station, so as to reflect on official records.

Another remnant of the name “Eastside” was the Eastside Brewery, which then became Pabst/Eastside Brewery, then Pabst Blue Ribbon Brewery, and in present times referred to solely as The Brewery. This is where the locals got their cold long neck bottles of “Eastside Beer”, it was really good stuff and cheap too.

The Old Clover Street community was bounded by the railroad on the south, the L.A. River on the west, North Broadway to the north, and EastLake (Lincoln Park) on the east. It was a close-knit community and everyone knew everyone else.

Officially, the Varrio East Side Clover, as well as the Varrios of East Lake 13, Happy Valley, Rose Hills, East Side 18 Street and Varrio Lincoln Heights are all located within the greater Lincoln Heights district surrounding Lincoln Park, aka East Lake.
But CLOVER itself is located in an enclave that was oldenly known as Clover Heights which stretched from North Broadway, all the way along the East Side of the LA River, south to the vineyards and railyards.

NORTH BROADWAY was formerly DOWNEY Avenue, renamed in 1910, it stretched from the LA river to Mission Rd. Named after John Gately Downey an Irish Catholic pharmacist who had served as the 7th governor of California from 1860 to 1862; In 1874 Downey Avenue was a 100 foot long street bisecting “The Eastside.” Since almost all horse car and cable lines were conceived to promote land development, Downey’s partner John Griffin began running a used omnibus along Downey Avenue to promote local home sites. North Broadway (Downey) became a busy commercial strip, which it remains today. This is where the heart of CLOVER HEIGHTS was established.



Clover Heights is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Los Angeles, dating back to the 1870s. Perched on bluffs above the L.A. River, it was originally home to some of the city’s wealthiest residents, who built a large number of Victorian mansions in the district (many of which can still be seen standing today as you stroll through the neighborhood). By the turn of the Twentieth Century, however, the rapid industrial development along the riverbanks made it less appealing for wealthy Angelinos, who then began to move out to other areas, first to the Arroyo Seco area, then from the 1920s on, to the rapidly developing Mid-Wilshire area. As the wealthy residents moved out, Clover Heights became home to a large Italian population as well as an ever greater Mexican population. It and its cross-river neighbor “Little Italy” (what is now Chinatown) formed the heart of the Southern Califas Italian-American community. But beginning just after World War II, Italians and Mexicans alike began to also move out from the immediate areas next to the River. This process accelerated during the 1950s, with the construction of the Golden State Freeway running parallel to the river, which split the Clover Barrio right down the middle and devastated the neighborhood. Ever since, Clover Heights has been a poor-to-working class Chicano neighborhood.

In present times, The Heights can roughly be considered to be bordered by the Los Angeles River on the west, the San Bernardino I-10 Freeway on the south, and Soto Street on the east; the district's northern border is unclear due to the area's uneven terrain. Adjacent communities include El Sereno on the east, City Terrace on the southeast, Boyle Heights on the south, Dog Town and Solano Canyon on the west, Cypress Park on the northwest, Mount Washington on the north and Montecito Heights on the northeast (The Hills, as the area is referred to by the locals). The Hills are connected to Lincoln Heights and go under a small valley behind Montecito Heights. Many of the hills in this area have no trees and much dry grass, but the area also shows amazing panoramic views of the entire city. Many northeast L.A. communities have been formed and defined by the many hilly areas that run through this northeast area. So while the freeways may surround The Heights, there are larger, natural forces that have created and defined the community.

Originally the CLOVER STREET neighborhood was founded by a growing affluent class which chose to move away from the hustle and bustle of downtown LA. Griffin Avenue was named after one of the founders and investors in the area. Other streets such as Workman and Sichel were also named after original settlers. Around the 1930s the immediate area surrounding the old barrio became a working class neighborhood adjacent to the EastSide Brewery and the San Antonio Winery on North Main and Lamar Streets. Back then, there were houses between the brewery and the LA River which separated Barrio Clover from Dog Town on the other side.

The Clover Street Barrio was a close-knit community and everyone knew everyone else. Houses were seldom locked. Of course not everyone was rich with material things and there was really no reason to lock anything. Nevertheless, if you had a bike, it was prudent to lock and secure it at night. Although protected by natural boundaries, outsiders may sometimes wander through the streets at night.

Albion Street Elementary School was nearly at the center of the community, which made a short walk for all of its students. It was one of the first schools to be built in the city of Los Angeles in 1891 opening a year later. The wooden schoolhouse was initially on Albion St, but later new classrooms were added and the administrative offices were moved to Avenue 18. But, it still retained the original name. There were after school activities like kick ball, softball, and outdoor basketball. These were complemented with activities at the Downey playground (Clover Park) across the street. During the summer there was baseball and in the fall touch football. Many of the young Clover Boys that graduated from Albion who then proceeded to Nightingale Jr High were tempted to ride the rail to Figueroa Street(The Espee railroad tracks ran along the LA River on the west edge of the playground and underneath the Spring Street bridge). However, this never became a habit with anyone. There were always stories of someone getting tangled up and forever living with the nickname of peg leg. After graduating from Nightingale, the youngsters would continue their education at Lincoln High School at the east end of North Broadway. Besides developing minds-- In the fall, football was the event. Although the teams were competitive, the school was small and it was a challenge to develop championship teams. Nevertheless, on occasion the right mix of players and coaches would come together and the school would march to the city playoffs --there used to be a lot of social events like Sock Hops and Sports Nights. There was the acrobatics of the jitterbug in the late forties, the Latin rhythms of Richie Valens and La Bamba in the fifties, and the gyrations of the twist in the early sixties.

Most of the homes in the neighborhood had cellars. Some youngsters liked to hang out and there they would assemble in an effort to be cool like James Dean or Humphrey Bogart, secluded in the cellar, they would experiment with cigarettes and sneak a Lucky Strike from an uncle or in some extreme cases grab a Coors from the ice box or a nickel 8 ounce femininely shaped bottled coke from one of the local stores and hang out in the cool shade of their front porch.

Hidden at the south end of Lamar St is the San Antonio Winery. In 1917 Santo Cambianica left his home in Italy and settled in Clover Heights to open up the winery. While many wineries went bankrupt during Prohibition, he cleverly survived by making sacramental wines for the Catholic Church. His family still makes wines for the church today as well as wines for the general public. It is one of the last wineries in Los Angeles and has been declared a cultural historical monument.

Today, most of the old houses on Clover St have been demolished. The land was converted to parking lots for the Piggy Back trailers of the Union Pacific railroad that bought out the Espee. Later, this land was sold to The United Parcel Service, which built a distribution center for their growing delivery service. The Golden State Freeway now borders the east side of the community. The old Clover Street birth grounds became increasingly an industrial hub, which even to this day still has turn-of-the-century workers' cottages near Main Street just blocks away from the Southern Pacific rail yards.

The railroad was built by immigrants who were mostly Chinese and Mexicans who laid railroad tracks over the High Sierras and Rocky Mountains into the plains of the Midwest; And in some cases they tenaciously bored tunnels through the mountains to lay their railroad tracks. Along the Clover Barrio, there were machine shops and rail yards to support the railroad. These facilities maintained and managed the distribution of locomotives, box cars, and cabooses. They were constantly serviced, taken apart and put back together to keep them running. The Southern Pacific Taylor yards and shops were located at the south end of Clover Street. It attracted many workers in the local area that consisted of machinists, apprentices, their helpers, and laborers. It was a convenient area to live. In the morning many of the workers in their overalls would walk from their nearby homes to the shop swinging their lunchboxes in rhythm with their stride. At 7AM the Espee (Southern Pacific) whistle could be heard throughout the neighborhood signaling the start of the work day. On the weekends with a 15-cent token one could take the streetcar downtown to go to the movies at the big theaters, or take in a live show at the Million Dollar Theater. Otherwise, one could just walk to the Starland Theater on Broadway a few blocks away or to the San Carlos Theater east of Daly Street on Main. On Sunday, after going to Mass at Our Lady Help of Christians, many would take the streetcar east to Lincoln Park. They would get their thrills on the various rides of the amusement park, try to catch the gold ring on the merry-go-round, or just go fishing at the lake. Sweethearts might rent a boat and cruise the lake taking care not to scare the fish away. Unfortunately, there weren't many places for the fish to hide in the small lake.

The lake was originally named Eastlake, but the name was also changed in 1917 to Lincoln Park, reflecting on the new official name for the community; And Eastlake Park Avenue was also changed to Lincoln Park Avenue. This grand street was the "red carpet" leading to the main entrance to the park in its day. A hundred years ago Lincoln Park was the city limit and people crossed bridges by foot, horse, trolley, etc. over the LA river down N. Broadway and turned south on Eastlake Park Avenue. In 1913 William N. Selig (1864-1948) purchased 32 acres of land next to Eastlake Park at a reported cost of $1 million. The property was turned into a zoo for the animals that he used in his films. By 1915, 700 animal species were residing at the Selig Zoo. The Selig Zoo is gone, but Lincoln Park and the Lake remain. And so does the San Antonio winery at its original location. The San Antonio Winery, continues to operate today, albeit with non-local grapes, and Lincoln Park is now used to celebrate Chicano culture and Mexican heritage. Cinco de Mayo at the park, is now an event that brings Raza from all over, down to The Heights!

Like most other inner city LA neighborhoods, the 1970's and 1980's saw the rise of "white flight" and "brown flight" too, as established Raza moved onto the growing and more prosperous suburbs of Los Angeles.

In a City of Angels that often disdains the old for the new, Clover Heights is a tough old neighborhood where 26% of the residents live below the poverty line and timeworn beauty hangs in the balance.

.. History yet to be completed, pending further revision!

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62 comments:

Lonewolf said...

Varrio CLOVER has its roots going back to the 1920s.. It is mentioned in several newspapers articles and it is quoted in books concerning LA's Mexican history, including making mention of CLOVER as a Varrio (gang).. It's roots as a warring "gang" goes back to the feuds with others like Hazard and Dog Town even as far back as the 1920s.. Clover is documented to be a very active participant in the 1940s Happy Valley Wars which 7 of those warring Varrios are said to have signed a peace treaty (signed a truce).. Those signatory Varrios mentioned are CLOVER, DOG TOWN, HAZARD, HAPPY VALLEY, ROSE HILLS, LA LOMA, and ALPINE.. CLOVER is also amongst the noted Varrios to have participated and taken action in the Zoot-Suit Riots of 1943.. CLOVER is listed alongside those other near-by Varrios like FROG TOWN, AVENUES, MACY, DOG TOWN, ALPINE, FIRST STREET, HAPPY VALLEY and The FLATS.. The DUENDES (LEPRECHAUNS) are claimed to be their original clique, and the JOKERS clique is said to have started in the late 1950s and ruled through the 1960s until their TINY JOKERS clique took over in the 1970s.. CALLE SICHEL LOCOS began in the very late 1970s as an independent, but early on in the 1980s it became incorporated into E'S'CLOVER proper...

Anonymous said...

I grew up on Clover Street in the fities. Looking for pictures of the old street. It's home to me. Too bad it's gone. It was a great place to grow up. It was a small world all it's own where a child could experience everything a child should and became street-wise in a positive way. I went to Our Lady Help of Christians and have very fond memories of growing up there.

Anonymous said...

THIS WILL ALWAYS BE THE ONE AND ONLY,
...VARRIO LINCOLN HEIGHTS...

Robert said...

"CALLE SICHEL LOCOS"

Anonymous said...

EASTxSIDExCLOVERxGANG FUCK LHTS'ELS'ESR'BHR'HV"A,s'KCC'M13'CxP'and All MY ENEMIGAS "CALLEx9TEEN"

Anonymous said...

fuck all these fake hoods some of this history here aint even true clover started in 1907 boyle heights and lincoln heights didnt even exist highland park all those areas it was all east la downtown la central it was clover against the italians back then and there was irish immagrant's and mexicans in clover houses once surrounded the eastside brewary where clover was known to keep the american sailors and white racist out of rapeing and assaulting monorities there was not really a gang on gang war back then it was more like a racial cleasing in east la respect 4 the clover streets which was all lincoln heights some of boyle heights all valley all mission even to elsereno on locke street lincoln park was east la park a click of clovers the original gang to put east los on the map in the 213 area downtown la central los angeles on news papers dating back to 1910 where it was a racial war clover back then considered a mafia type club notoriously labled.

Anonymous said...

leva hoto transexuals is a fake ass varrio that use to be a football team starting in the 1990's just like cheesefakes fuck levahypes everyone knows its clover heights stupid putos claiming lincoln a str8 mayate lover who freed the slaves stupid levas and piss lakes a whiteboys lastname stupid football team wannabe gees this land is ours clovers are eveywhere

Anonymous said...

first of all IDIOT,
LINCOLN HEIGHTS was never a football team, it was just homeboys that grew up playing sports unlike your tecato ass shopping cart pushing, pan handling lop homeboys. you can still see there homeless ass in the varrio. FUCKEN LOSERS...

Know your facts before you open your mouth and reveal how ignorant you really are.

FUCK LEPRECUNTS

Lonewolf said...

Instead of you vatos going at it here, why don't you educate us on your Varrio's and what are yours all about.

There ain't no love between neighbor varrios for the most part all around everywhere you go. A varrios first enemy is usually the varrio right next to them, so we all know that most neighbors don't get along. I'd rather hear about a varrios down to earth story instead of the hate and beefs they have. I understand that beefs and hate are part of that story, but why keep it going here on these pages where nobody gets anything out it. The most you get out of saying fuck these or fuck those is more of the same coming back right at you, and then what?

Anonymous said...

East side clover was my tio's neighborhood. BIG EPA from Clover, he was Clover! My other tio was Raton from Clover. I remember when my grandmother lived in El Sereno (Barstow) which was Sereno, but my uncles the LOZANO"S ran that street back in the 70's. Rest in peace uncle David and I love you Angel. I believe my uncles were form the 28th street clique. Son Epa y los Mongols!

Anonymous said...

David EPA was a good vato but he was not clover...

As for Raton, theres different things going around about him and his bible...ANYWAY

FUCK THE MONGOLS!!!

PURO SUR TRECE

Anonymous said...

ESC1 IS ONE OF THE HOODS THAT I KNOW ARE VERY UNITED THEY ARE VERY CLOSE TO THE MEXICAN MAFIA THEY ARE ONE OF 2 GANGS IN THE EAST LA AREA THAT DU NOT PAY TAXES TO THEM...
FREE KIDD.OSES.LXPLAYER.PLAYER!!!

Anonymous said...

I dont know where you get your 411 from but you got it twisted...
EVERYBODY PAYS...

Have you done time??
You sound very stupid...

Anonymous said...

WAT THEE FUCC WHUEVER U ARE LEAVIN THAT COMMENT SAYING I SOUND STUPID U GOT UR SHIT TWISTED I KNOW FOR A FACT THEY DONT PAY TAXES SO DONT COME SAYING THAT SHIT ALRITE I GOT FAMILIA FROM LA EME AND HOMIES FROM EAST SIDE CLOVER!!!
FREE
KIDD
PLAYER
LXPLAYER
CRIMINAL
!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Its sounds good... ask charlie if works for free or if he is working under someone... You LAME...

You should have stayed in school and learned how to spell you dumb-ass...

Also, saying that you are related to one of (them) shows how STUPID you really are...

Anonymous said...

FUCK LEPRECUNTS...
FUCKEN RATAS!!!

Anonymous said...

hHHAHAHHA FUCK CLOVER
VARRIO KCC 13 EAST SIDE AND CV

Anonymous said...

THATS RIGHT, FUCK A LEPRECUNT...
FUCKEN MAYATEROS...
FUCK RATAS...

Anonymous said...

I grew up and lived in the heights for 40 yrs!.. and I'm thankful I didn't get caught up in the ganglife...but much respect to the o.g. homies!

Anonymous said...

free BAMBAM ... esclover 19st

Anonymous said...

FUCK LEVA HEIGTHS YOU MOTHER FUCKER AINT SHIT NEVER HAVE BEEN ALL YOU DO IS CRY AND WHO DO YOU GO CRYING TO. THATS RIGHT BITCHES...TO MY HOMEBOYS FROM CLOVER YOU FUCKEN LAMES PIECE OF SHIT FAGS LIKE FEO AND HIS BROTHERS FUCKEN RATS WANT SOME COME GET SOME BITCHES. THE REASON WHY YOU LAMES GOT DEEP CAUSE YOU RUSHED TAGGERS IN THAT DIDNT WANT TO BANG YOU LAMES FORCED THEM IN LIKE FATETEEN DID AND THEN YOU BITCHES HAVE THE TAGGERS RUNNING WITH YOU FUCKEN PUNKS ALL I HAVE TO SAY IS THE RENT IS DUE MOTHER FUCKERS PAY UP BITCHES WERE WAITING WHO HAS THE LAST LAUGH NOW. HURRY UP BEFORE WE DOUBLE U UP CRYING LITTLE BITCHES FUCK ALL LEVAS

MICLO GUNNZ* LIL GHOST said...

EAST SIDE CLOVER#1. WE R THEM SICK ASS FUCKEN LEPS, THAT HAVE LEVAS HIDING IN HILLS LIKE FUCKEN LAMES. THEY CALL ME LIL GHOST AKA MICLO-GUNNZ FROM THAT CLICK THAT LAUGHS NOW & SMILES LATER ... TINY JOKERS. WE DONT PAY RENT CUZ WE PUNK U TAGGING ASS LAMES 4M ....LIL..HYNAS..THROWING..SNITCH... & CHEESERS.. (FORMER CLICKS OF CLOVER mind you) IN 2 PAYING!""!!!! FOR U FUCKEN PUSSIOCHEROS aka DICK..EATING..FAGGOTS ... THIS.. HIGH*ROLLING*KILLA IS COMUNG 4 U NEXT ... LET FAGGY SEKO..MEKOS ROTT IN PISS LIKE BITCH ASS LEVAS LIL D & CLEVER......
THIS IS SICK LEPRECHAUN MR* MICS* GUNNZ.. TJKS V.E•S•CLOVER#1 19ST.28ST. 34ST. CHICOS*LOCOS. JOKERS. JOKERETTES. SICHEL ST LOCOS. CUT DOWNS .... HASTA LA VICTORIA SIEMPRE

Anonymous said...

CLOVER IS THE ONLY GANG THAT HAS CLASS THE OTHER GANGS JUST HURT OR KILL INOCENT PEOPLE JUST LIKE THE IDIOTS FROM LINCOLN HEIGHTS

Anonymous said...

I Love You Mom, You are missed ... Giggles ESC
Your Princess

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Anonymous said...

I knew your mom. Great home girl. RIP.

Anonymous said...

I knew EPA and raton or priest. But you are right epa was not clover.

Anonymous said...

I lived on 28th street believe me those streets were never by one person or family. Ration was from sichel then tiny jokers n he never rode for the hood just his mouth.

Anonymous said...

18st took over clover so all u putos bend over ..free myboy chucks es18gang from homies Kasper ws18hollywood gangstas.

Anonymous said...

Fucking leva

Anonymous said...

Fuck faketeen I dnt c u on my st cuz I wish u leva would come by haha

WICKED LEP19 said...

TO ALL MY LEPRECHAUNS THIS IS "W" STOP ALL THE INTERNET BANGING AND GET OUT THERE AND DO WHAT U NEED TO DO. REMEMBER EVERYTHING THAT WE HAVE DONE AND ALL THE HOMIES THAT WE HAVE LOST, LOST THEYRE LIVES FOR YOU SO YOU CAN WALK AROUND WITH UR HEAD HELD UP HIGH. BE PROUD OF WHERE WE'RE FROM AND IF U CAN'T HANDLE IT GET THE FUCK OUT OF MY LAND.


REMEMBER
WICKED ESE19

ESKCC13 said...

LOL

Anonymous said...

You are a fucken idiot for info the leps do pay stupid

Anonymous said...

YOU SEEM TO NOT KNOW MUCH YOUR SELF ESE CAUSE CHARLIE IS DEAD

Anonymous said...

YOU leps are so lame you loseing are your calles,19, SICHEL, bunch of fucken tecatos, sorry ass hood

Anonymous said...

Leps are a big fucken joke

Anonymous said...

♧Vallejo st. Rip joseph ♧

ESKCC13 said...

ESKCCGANG

Anonymous said...

Fuck these lame ass leps, Internet bangers. ...lol.You various are the biggest joke around right now

Anonymous said...

Shout out to all the ESKCC'S!!!

Anonymous said...

SICHEL? you bumped your heads, you lost SICHEL long time ago you fucken tecatos...

Anonymous said...

Wow all those clicks and STILL GETTNG STOMPED OUT BY 18..,

Anonymous said...

I think that might be the problem.. other hoods are gang banging and clover is working on their manners and etiquette.

Anonymous said...

THIS POOR IDIOT IS COMPUTER BANGING LIKE HIS HOOD IS 1000'S DEEP.
CLOVER IS DEAD! NO MORE CLOVER BECAUSE OF HOODS LIKE DOGTOWN, LHTS, ES18 CAME IN AND TOOK UR HOOD FROM RIGHT UNDER YOU. SO INSTEAD OF BEING SUPER CHOLO FROM THE COMPUTER, PUT UR DIRTY CORTEZ ON AND GO PUT IN WORK. IM SURE UR FRIENDS ON FACEBOOK WONT EVEN NOTICE UR GONE LOP.

Anonymous said...

WHAT THE FUCK IS KCC? WHERE IS KCC AT? Wasnt that a old school tagger crew

Anonymous said...

LONEWOLF I AGREE WITH U.. IT IS A OLD WITH ALOT OF HISTORY. BUT WHAT GOOD IS IT IF TODAYS GENERATION LIKE THAT LIL GHOST GUNNZ VATO STRATEGIZES A WAR BEHIND THE COMPUTER SCREEN BUT REFUSES TO PUT IN WORK OUT ON THE CALLES. I SEE THAT ALOT FROM THESE NEW GENERATIONS..ALL COVERED WITH TACKS BUT SOFTER SOFT.

Anonymous said...

The big homie cholo from esclover 19st


Anonymous said...

EPA was and always will be my dad DAVID Lozano and I do and wish he was here on this earth I don't care where my dad was from but he died in Lincoln heights in 1993 may 1 anyone knows him or have pics or even stories about him I would love to hear them plz, I don't know how my dad died I was a child but I'm his age when he died now. I only have 2 pics of him thanks Veronica

Anonymous said...

What's up with the homie Villen

Anonymous said...

Looking for Jaime Gomez aka Picos, my son is 40 and never met him, he's also looking for half brother and sisters you will find me on facebook..... Anna Muniz from Kingsville, TX

Anonymous said...

I'm looking for someone that was in Clover back in the 70s his name's Jaime Gomez aka Picos I remember him Jacobs four leaf clover on his upper arm anyway my name is Anna Muniz you can find me on Facebook its a long story but I dated him back when I lived in East Los moved to Texas and was pregnant my son is now 40 and has been looming for his father... I'm thankfull for any info.

Anonymous said...

Grew up on 28st. Next door to us lived Pilo from Clover. And then just found out that jr. Sanchez who lived in the apts. Where i lived next to Pilos house got killed . i think jr. Was frpm the heights. Pilos house if i remember got demolishef and is now apts. Pilo had a sister named manda and she had a son named andy and two daughters one named Rene y la otra Angela.

MR. VEGA said...

What about Clover 34 ...

MR. VEGA said...

What about Clover 34 ...

Anonymous said...

Letting everybody in the East LA grounds know that the ESClover's gangbang like niggers. Well the vatos from ES18st gang are straight killers hitting all there targets and killing all these fools from Clover. Well The vatos from Clover are just shooting at houses, shooting inocent people,shooting at family members, and doing these dumn ass drivebys on apartments buildings with innocent kids at 5am in the morning. Clover has done everything in there power to not loose 19st like crying to the big homies cause the 18streeters were fully wit the gun play and giving them the blues. Even Charlie Chaps try to begg for his hood. Well despensa Charlie. Thats wat happens when you protect rattas from ur hood. And ESclover stop fronting already everbody knows that the vatos from ES18st gang took over your hood ave 19. But so everybody knows Es18st gang has a lot of highly trained dangerous killers that the Lapd has been investigating. So be think twice b4 starting problems with them. Or you can end up like Clover. ES18street is nown to attack hard with anybody who tries anything funny on them. But besides that they will stay out of your way unless you ask for it. ESclover is fully lighted by 18st. Leaving no prisoners even killing every OG THEY GOT.

Anonymous said...

Class is what clover doesnt have. All they do is shoot innocent people shoot at famillies and shoot blindly at apartment building at 5am in the mornings wen nobody is around. Clover bangs like niggers still doing weak ass drivbys.

Anonymous said...

ESC STANDS THEIR GROUND PROVED AT THE PARK NOT TOO LONG AGO,SOMEONE BUSTED A GREEN LIGHT MOVIDA BUT ENDED UP RUNNING CUZ IT WAS POURING LEAD ON HIM! FACTS!!!!!

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