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Religion is a story. He holds university degrees in political science, government, social science, anthropology-geography, behavioral science, and history and has undertaken hundreds of hours of counterterrorism training. The Moor's Last Sigh , a family epic ranging over some years of India's history was published in Promoting American Interests. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. These deportations began in the mids which resulted in the gang quickly entrenching itself in El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala, then later spreading Northwards into Mexico, as well as into the Eastern United States. The Times , 5 January
While these attacks seem to lack a direct ritual aspect other than the beheadings and extrication of the heart in the Wheaton case , they are brutal and machetes are a common element in their modus operandi. When considered in that light, the ritualistic potentials of the Wheaton attack must be considered. Police in Houston, Texas have linked an MS murder with a satanic ritual.
This account was provided by another victim that was kept as a sex slave and tattooed by the suspect with an image of the Grim Reaper on her leg, before escaping and informing the police. The gang has a long history of using machetes and knives in their torture- killings, homicides, and related malicious wounding activities. The result is in the potential emergence of a dark form of syncretism.
This incipient syncretism appears to vary geographically from clique to clique with some groups—and even individual members—remaining more ideologically secular in nature while others appear to be more magico-religiously orientated. This assessment dovetails with insights provided by Sgt. If not as true believers at least in superstitious symbolism and history. While its members had El Salvadorian roots, it was a stoner gang with its members into heavy metal music, light drug use e.
During this era, MSS was initially a pre-turf 0 generation gang that was transitioning over into a turf based 1st generation gang. Some of the MSS members began in the early s to engage in Satanic rituals and commit desecrations. During the previous night a group of stoners had avoided the security cameras, an eight-foot chain link fence topped with razor wire, and witnesses, and broken into the mausoleum. They played with several caskets and decomposed bodies and attempted to break into the tabernacle of the chapel altar.
They also desecrated several religious statues.
We soon discovered that the Home of Peace Jewish Cemetery across the street had also been vandalized. The Jewish flag and a mummified left hand of a male corpse had been stolen. All the stolen items had little monetary value, but a great deal of ritual magic and symbolic value.
The long hair and heavy metal look was jettisoned for shaved heads and more of a Mexican American street gang demeanor. During the Salvadorian revolution some anti-government revolutionary units took oaths to the devil. Many also were introduced to drug use as child soldiers.
This era first subjected the gang to the direct influence of the Mexican Mafia La Eme; 13 —a Southern California prison gang—by when Mara Salvartrucha became a vassal gang. This prison gang is associated with Aztec ideology, extreme violence, and death imagery though its members view themselves as secular rather than religious warriors.
The second direct influence on MS was then that of the Mexican cartels. This influence is primarily external to the original gang cliques in the United States and centered in Mexico and Central America. This is due to the mass deportations of illegal resident MS gang members who had earlier come to the United States as children including former child soldiers from Los Angeles and other cities back to El Salvador.
These deportations began in the mids which resulted in the gang quickly entrenching itself in El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala, then later spreading Northwards into Mexico, as well as into the Eastern United States. As MS came into contact with the Mexican cartels—especially Los Zetas—and its cliques began to work for them, narcocultura influences were directly transmitted into the gang. Of these influences, those associated with darker forms of Santa Muerte worship, as espoused by Los Zetas, are the most significant because they further reinforced MS occultist predispositions as well as torture-killing activities.
Tony M. Kail, Narco-Cults: The most recent level of themes and narratives that MS is increasingly being influenced by is that of the darker form of Santa Muerte veneration and worship. While this spiritual appropriation began with its initial exposure to narcocultura, it appears since the mids to be more widespread as the popularity of Santa Muerte itself has surged in the Western Hemisphere.
At the very least, such is the MS worldview that now seems to prevail in El Salvador. For according to Prof. In a world of distorted values, gangs in El Salvador and specifically the MS13 gang are involved in satanic worship.
These rituals are performed to supposedly acquire supernatural powers and protection during the execution of their illegal activities and in their engagement with the police or the military. It also forms a bond between gang members, as they share dedicating their lives and those of their victims to satanic deities. This is also not the type of ethnographic information normally tracked and analyzed by the DEA, FBI, or other federal agencies related to transnational criminal organizations in the Western Hemisphere.
Further Research: Essential Elements of Information EEIs The contours of the spiritual dimensions of gang and cartel life are poorly documented and little explored. After all, gangsters and narcos avoid interaction with researchers and the police in order to protect their illicit pursuits. Despite this hidden aspect of cartel and gang life, artifacts of the spiritual dimension of their underworld culture are occasionally uncovered in journalistic accounts and criminal case files.
Specifically, these accounts form the basis for understanding the role and scope of narcocultura in criminal culture. As discussed above and in the references and further readings, narcocultura can form the basis for reinforcing group cohesion and identity within gangs and cartels.
It can also become a tool for projecting the legitimacy or justification for the gang or cartels actions especially their use of violence. The true extent and meaning of ritual both occult and narcocultura instantiations remains poorly understood, if not unknown. Certainly, the scope of spiritual beliefs ranges from individual preference and superstition through collective social bonding. That said, the potentials of ritual violence and cult veneration or worship could form the foundation for powerful social and political transformation.
Additional research is needed to understand the scope and range of narcocultura and alternative and occult belief systems and practices among gangs and cartels. In the case of MS, artifacts of Santa Muerte and occult beliefs have been documented.
These include evidence of cult altars, the veneration and worship of narco-saints and satanic or occult beliefs, as well as instances of ritual violence. Their full meaning remains to be seen.
Several important questions arise from the relationship among spiritual beliefs, ritual practices and violence, and gang identity. When considering the ethnography of gang beliefs, it is important to recognize as did the Salvadoran police official referenced above  that spiritual beliefs-—in and of themselves—have no bearing on enforcement action. Absent a link with a specific crime e. When ritual and cultic beliefs shape criminal actions, however, they can become important indicators of group identity and extremist potentials.
The steps that foster the use of ritualistic group violence are similar to those in the religious extremism employed by jihadis and other ideological extremists. Investigative and ethnographic questions EEIs; Essential Elements of Information useful in establishing these parameters include: Does the group gang or cartel use narcocultura or cult beliefs as justification for group violence both individual incidents and overall practice ; Are ritual practices employed as part of attack planning or used to justify specific attacks or violet episodes; Are ritual practices and artifacts directly used in the commission of violent attack; Are ritual practices and beliefs used to recruit membership and define adversaries; Are specific rituals and practices related to specific parts of an attacks presentation or targeting i.
Finally, how are these ritual artifacts or practices transmitted?
What is the role of gang or cartel leadership in their transmission? What is the role of prisons or jails in their transmission? Do the spiritual beliefs embraced within a gang or cartel reflect the cult or narco-saint venerated or worshiped or are they corrupted by the gang or cartel in a form of spiritual appropriation?
Do specific belief systems influence targeting of groups with different beliefs? Conclusion Gangs and cartels have been identified as having embraced narcocultura and ritual practices as part of their social and group identity. At times, ritual practices are used as tools for justification of violence or are employed during violent attacks. This symbolic violence can have transformative effects on the criminal groups and the communities they operate within since they can form the justification for social banditry and perceptions of group identity and legitimacy.
At no time should these beliefs be used as the sole identifier of criminal activity or radicalization. Many persons not affiliated with criminal enterprises or violent extremist activities share these spiritual beliefs, which are benign or culturally neutral on their own. When combined with violent criminal activity, they can support extreme, violent action.
It is also important to consider the viewpoints of the various religious or spiritual traditions in determining the scope of criminal embrace or appropriation of belief systems. Catholic and Evangelical perspectives of Santa Muerte and the various narco-saints and occult beliefs differ in emphasis and certainly the Santa Muerte perspective, for example, differs from both. Distinguishing these contours, therefore, is important to understanding these differences.
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