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  1. (블러드) ᴛɪᴇs Preface: Due to continuity, locations within the background story have been adjusted however in order to remain realistic the names of those involved from the references made to the 1992 riots have remained untouched until clarified by server continuity. This thread serves as the development of two intertwined characters and will contain their own progression beyond any group or organization they may be linked to. Maddie Yeun is portrayed by @honey. — Jason Yeun is portrayed by @hipsxn. History: Origins Newlyweds, young Michael and Amy Yeun were in the process of living out their dream of residing on their own, independently from their controlling families after investing their lifesavings into building a Korean ceramic store from the rubble of a closed laundromat. Amy had spent her entire life within the arts sector, in love with anything creative, whereas Michael spent his time in labour, construction. The pair did not have much, but together they believed they had it all. Their 5-year plan being to build their store up, gain a steady footing in their newly independent life before settling down locally and raising their own family. Despite both being born within San Andreas, the pair still faced the same tensions as many others of Korean descent since before the 1970s. ‘In 1981, Harlem’s Black merchants staged an anti-Korean boycott. Black leaders called Korean shop owners “vampires” who came to Harlem to “suck black consumers dry.”’ Their heritage having been a target from foot-traffic of an African American decent due to various claims of other store owners saying they “under-cut” prices, whereas customers say they “over-charged” with their prices. In 1884, 7 years before Latasha Harlins was shot, an editorial was posted in a Black community newspaper encouraging, urging a boycott of Korean stores. Members of the Black community were dubbed as, ‘traitors’, if they were to interact with the Korean store-owners, wrote the editorial. 3 March 1991 Rodney King along with 2 other friends were driving under the influence in Los Angeles when they were spotted speeding and consequently evaded police due to being caught driving under the influence would violate his parole for his previous robbery conviction. King was eventually cornered with both of his friends and they were all brought out of the car. The video footage of the over-use of force on Rodney King was widely distributed. 16 March 1991 Rumors, newspapers and televised news began flooding down what was their peaceful street in Little Seoul. Latasha Harlins, 15, an African American girl shot and killed by Soon Ja Du (두순자), 51, a Korean American store owner. Every story you would hear on the street would be different, some claiming self-defence, some claiming outright murder. Michael and Amy and their ceramics business were subject to scrutiny and backlash from the local community, as were many of the other Korean businesses within the local area. Their business facing a massive decline in their cash-flow which almost led them to go bust numerous times throughout the following months. Amy, ever optimistic, continued to try and raise up the community spirit and gather in order to support one another. Tensions remained high. 15 November 1991 Soon Ja Du was found guilty of voluntary manslaughter, an offense that carries 16 years, however was sentenced to no jail time. As a result, a year later when the riots struck Los Santos, Koreatown was targeted harshly. "A state appeals court later unanimously upheld Judge Karlin's sentencing decision, 3-0, on April 21, 1992, about a week before the LS riots. In July 1992, the Harlins family was awarded $300,000 in settlement." People march calling for peace in Koreatown, Los Angeles, California on May 2, 1992 during the 1992 Los Angeles Riots. 29 April 1992. 29 April 1992, is known as "sa-i-gu" to Korean Americans. It was the day that four white police officers were found not guilty in the beating of Rodney King. As a result, violence erupted in Los Santos, affecting the nearby Koreatown. King’s beating had been widely spread across televised networks and has received a considerable amount of attention due to the climate of the racial situation already present within the city. “Rooftop Korean” references back to when Korean American storeowners defended their own stores during the riots, armed. Gunfire, fires, and destruction wreaked havoc throughout their town while they were forced to stay on the roofs or nearby their businesses as law enforcement abandoned them to fend for themselves. ‘The nearly weeklong, widespread rioting killed more than 50 people, injured more than 1,000 people and caused approximately $1 billion in damage, about half of which was sustained by Korean-owned businesses. Long-simmering cultural clashes between immigrant Korean business owners and predominately African American customers spilled over with the acquittals. Despite the fact that Korean-American merchants were victimized, no one in the mainstream cared because of our lack of visibility and political power," Chang said. "Korean immigrants, many who arrived in the late 1970s and early 80s, learned economic success alone will not guarantee their place in America. What was an immigrant Korean identity began to shift. The Korean-American identity was born.’ Blood Ties Michael and Amy began to rebuild their ceramic store after parts of the exterior had been destructed within the riots that plagued the city. It took them years together to get the business back on its feet through the aesthetic appearance of the exterior to the actual productivity of the business on a monetary level. Michael had begun laundering funds through the business and partaking in fraudulent activity as he stole from his own wife to fuel his growing narcotic addictions to pills and cocaine. Amy, unaware of her husband’s antics, continued to pressure her husband for children. She was at an age in 1998 where she wanted to have children before it would be too late. Michael hated the idea, although he could never explain to his wife why he could not support it despite years earlier having always wanted to build up their own family. Michael was turned selfish by the drugs and consequently lost himself as time went on and his consumption of the powder and pills continued. Amy began to become more suspicious of Michael’s antics which put his paranoid mindset on over-drive, their agreement was that in exchange for Michael to become more independent outside of the family, they would bare children. In 1999, Amy gave birth to Jason Yeun, who was promptly followed by his twin sister, Maddie Yeun. Despite Michael’s initial detachment for having children, he quickly bonded with his daughter, Maddie, while his wife bonded with her son, Jason. The entry of the two children far from saved Michael and Amy’s marriage, his drug abuse continued until 2011 when Amy found suitcases of money tucked away within their residence. Under the impression Michael was planning to run away with the children due to their arguments, she confronted him. Michael had no choice to come clean about the drugs he had been consuming, he informed Amy that it was how he managed to fund their family and her indulging lifestyle. Amy, in a state of guilt after being manipulated by her husband, dedicated herself fully to the ceramic store and raising her beloved naïve children. On 16 August 2014, Amy returned home to find their house surrounded by the Los Santos Police Department, her two children wailing as their father was dragged away by Metropolitan officers. An arrest warrant had been signed for Michael Yeun for an assortment of drug and fraud related felonies, along with a first-degree murder charge. The remaining Yeun family faced criticism from their neighbors and bore the weight of the man of the houses’ debts and regrets. Amy found consolidation within a friend of Michael’s, Johnny, who would soon become the twins’ stepfather in the years to come as they moved to Vespucci to reside in his residence there. Johnny on the outside seemed to be the perfect father figure for the Yeun’s, an honest businessman working a 9-5 in a produce business. However, behind closed doors, Jason would hear the flip side of his kindness when his mother returned home. Awaken numerous times from his slumber, he would attend to Maddie’s side as the violent domestic abuse plagued their household. Johnny had a bad habit of blaming his wife for his failures at work, telling her that her children brought an unfair amount of undue stress onto him. Amy felt trapped within their marriage, he had been able to take full control of her finances as well as her ceramic business and left her with no options to leave, Johnny knew it too. Jason and Maddie spent years promising themselves they would get their mother a better life, both falling into the spiral of blaming themselves for their mothers’ problems. In 2020, they were able to place down a deposit on a tiny run-down apartment in Little Seoul as well as consultations with a marriage lawyer. The family fled from Vespucci to Little Seoul during their stepfathers work day and Amy filed for divorce the same day.
  2. The thread will follow Derrick Munguia a/k/a Largo, a W/S Mara Salvatrucha gang member, and an active gang banger.
  3. Thread will follow Derek Ross, a white American male with affiliations to the Mara Salvatrucha 13 gang in Koreatown, Los Santos
  4. This thread chronicles the development of Sophie Baek. A resident of Little Seoul and a recent member of Kkangpae.
  5. "If it's the last thing that I gotta do, if it's the last point that I gotta prove, to my fuckin squad I'ma keep it true and represent the gang till I'm restin in a tomb" - Young Dopey Left to right; Florencia Echegoyen, 2015 @ Decker Park before MS13 RICO indictment ~ Florencia Echegoyen, 2020 @ Lindsay Park after release from Bollingbroke State Pen BACKSTORY: Florencia Echegoyen a/k/a La Greñas was a W/S Mara Salvatrucha 13 gang member, originally born into a mid-end family in West Los Santos; a couple of them being affiliated to the W/S Mara Salvatrucha 13 themselves. Florencia Echegoyen was a good girl up until she was 14, when she was placed under the observacione role within W/S Mara Salvatrucha 13; meaning she was being observed for membership status. She became a chequeo at the age of 15, ironically being the same year that the Federal Bureau of Investigations and Los Santos Police Department RICO indicted countless W/S Mara Salvatrucha 13 affiliates, her being one of them. She was sent to a juvenile detention center where she was officially inducted as a member of the transnational criminal organization at 16 years old by other young affiliates, and was given a 13 second beatdown to get jumped into the gang; in private away from juvenile security. At the age of 15; Florencia Echegoyen and several other Mareras jumped a rival female gang member from Drifters 13, where it resulted in Florencia Echegoyen hanging the rival female with a rope; essentially lynching her. This is where Florencia Echegoyen's street name; La Greñas comes into play, since it translates to "Tangle", and the rope tangled multiple times during the lynching; Florencia Echegoyen's homegirls nicknamed her La Greñas. Once Florencia Echegoyen hit 18 years old, she was officially transferred to the women's facility of Bollingbroke State Penitentiary where she served a remaining 17 months before being released back into the general population. Once released back into the public, she spent roughly two years in the W/S Mara Salvatrucha doing countless things to keep ship afloat, until Gabriella "Feisty" Delgado was released after being made keyholder of MS in the state of San Andreas. Once "Feisty" Delgado became the acting keyholder, just before her reigns came to an end she gave Florencia the go ahead to walk away from the W/S Mara Salvatrucha. After walking away from MS13, Florencia got deeper into the underworld of Organized Crime instead of going legit. In her mind, getting away from MS13, and removing the tattoos; were only going to help her go far in the underworld. Due to being a woman in a man's world, her Mexican uncle from the Badiraguato region of Sinaloa helped line up a connection for her to get in touch with some people, and directed her to the most infamous street crew under the Border Brothers 22 in San Andreas; Blood Money Inc. Anything used in character from this thread will be reported, as it'll be considered metagaming. Everything on this thread, pictures and backstory are for the aesthetic and vibe and also to give people a short little insight to Florencia Echegoyen's life.
  6. Thread will follow Zahra Porter's endeavors as a hustler by any means.
  7. "With risks, success follows." 와 함께위험, 성공을따른다 . This thread will unfold Kang Dong-hyuk's life and development. Name: Kang Dong-hyuk Nicknames/Aliases: KD, Ponytail, Dong Dong Age: 27 [December 03, 1994] Likes: Grapefruit Soju, K-pop, money, guns, and cocaine. Dislikes: Japanese, Chinese, disrespectful individuals, and laziness. Hobbies: Drinking Soju, cooking Korean cuisine, visiting a shooting range. Kang Dong-hyuk, an early twenties South Korean who migrated to the US to attend college after his required military service. He is currently a local of Koreatown or also known as Little Seoul in the city of Los Santos. During his tenure there, he's made good friends with the locals. During the early years, his way to support himself in the land that's foreign to him is by working multiple part-time jobs. Due to the sudden and major change of his lifestyle as well as the heavy influence of the locals in Koreatown, he decided not to pursue a Computer Engineering career after he graduated. Some of his friends influenced him to engage in crimes such as drug dealing, robberies, home invasions and the likes. After a while, Kang Dong-hyuk managed to create a presence for himself as well as making himself known, drawing the attention of some of the more vicious locals known as the Kkangpae. For a while, he was distributing small amounts of controlled substances for them, but eventually, he had to go back to South Korea to attend his namdongsaeng's high school graduation ceremony and stayed there for a month. When he came back, he was approached and was told that the family wants to adopt him, he knew that this was the opportunity he was looking for so without hesitation, he agreed, earning himself more opportunities to make money and a more powerful stature. His induction into the family allows him to operate directly under the supervision of a hyung. His involvement in the crime group resulted to him being capable to possess assets, friends, connections, and most importantly, a family. I hesitated in creating a character story thread for this character for he has existed for more than three months already, but like what they told me, it's never too late. Some of the screenshots posted might be outdated.
  8. "If you want something in life, you need to take it to have it" Overview: Known simply as La Zombie on the streets, Xiomara Coreas is a W/S Mara Salvatrucha shot caller. She's mainly called this because of the fact she lacks emotions for almost anything or anyone that she does not care about, unless it's family, her own gang or close friends which she has weak spots for. Her family tree runs long within the W/S Mara Salvatrucha since her father, mother, older brother, little sister, uncles, aunties, cousins, grandfather were all involved within the gang and helping it succeed. Her father; Marlon Coreas a/k/a El Sacerdote (English: The Priest ) who's an original Mara Salvatrucha Stoner from the 1980s when the gang first emerged. Her mother; Paek Ha-eun a/k/a Blueen is a Korean-American who joined the Mara Salvatrucha Stoners as a young girl when she fell in love with Marlon Coreas. As time went on, the duo had Rudy Coreas a/k/a Panic, then Xiomara Coreas a/k/a La Zombie, and then Layla Coreas a/k/a Peligrosa (English: Dangerous ). 1993 - 2003 On the 11th of July 1993, Paek Ha-eun gave birth to Xiomara Yun Coreas at the Mount Zonah Medical Center. It's then that Xiomara Coreas was born into a family of gangsters and lowlife criminals, her mother being a highly respected W/S Mara Salvatrucha veterana (English: Veteran female gang member), her father being a highly respected W/S Mara Salvatrucha Primera Palabra (English: First Word; clique shot caller), and her older brother who was a W/S Mara Salvatrucha Marero (English: MS-13 male gang member). On the 19th of October 1995, Xiomara Coreas was first exposed to gang violence as a two-year-old baby, when a rival street gang pulled a gang-related drive-by on the Coreas household in Little Seoul, Palomino Avenue. The sound of gunshots echoed the entire neighborhood for roughly two and a half minutes, and windows shattered whilst Paek Ha-eun dropped to the ground with Xiomara Coreas in her arms, soon after the gunshots came to an end; when there was a distant roar; "Fuck Monkey Shits, Clantoneros por vida homie!", tires screeched as the vehicle sped-off from its designated target destination. Seven years later, on the 23rd of February 2002; aged 9, whilst on the way to being dropped off at school Xiomara Coreas was in the back of Paek Ha-eun's 1989 Vapid Primo when Paek Ha-eun pulled into a drive-way located on Adam's Apple Boulevard, Paek Ha-eun exited the car with a 38. Snubnose Special in her left hand and strutted to the doorway of a house, where she knocked three times only for an unarmed male to be shot at point-blank range by Paek Ha-eun. Paek Ha-eun then strutted her way back to the 1989 Vapid Primo, with Xiomara Coreas still inside and pulled out of the drive-way; quickly dropping her off at Calais Elementary School. Due to the fact Xiomara Coreas had been a victim of gang-related violence years prior as a baby, and partially witnessed her mother gun someone down as part of gang-related violence, her mindset began to develop itself to see what was going around her as normal. On the 2nd of May 2002, Xiomara Coreas tried to get into the W/S Mara Salvatrucha street gang but due to her father's power, she was turned away from it. After a couple of months, Xiomara Coreas tried to get into the gang again by using her birthday as an excuse and was yet turned away, to what seemed like all fun and games to her; wasn't so fun. On the 17th of January 2003, Xiomara Coreas snatched a black spray can from a store's shelf with two other homegirls; Danielle Sanchez; aged 12 and Mariana Aiza; aged 11. She then took it upon herself to do a hit-up in an alleyway off of Ginger Street and Palomino Avenue, whilst doing the graffiti tag several other mareros and mareras stumbled upon her and her homegirls; what looked like a very sloppy and dripping graffiti tag, caught the attention of the other gang members who approached the three young girls. Due to Xiomara Coreas's relation to Marlon Coreas, the gang members didn't harm the three for falsy hitting up an alleyway with the gang's relation on it but instead cheered them on it for. As time went on over the months, Xiomara Coreas, Danielle Sanches, and Mariana Aiza began to secretly hit-up W/S Mara Salvatrucha graffiti tags on walls around Little Seoul and the surrounding area. 2003 - 2013 On the 6th of November 2003, Xiomara Coreas and Danielle Sanchez began to dig deeper into the lifestyle, whilst Mariana Aiza began to slowly depart from the duo, and soon the bond that the three girls had with each other had broken and was left to be only shared by two. At around 19:25 on the 6th of November 2003, Xiomara Coreas and Danielle Sanchez viciously beat up a fourteen-year-old girl by dragging her by her hair along the ground and then stomping on her countless times in the stomach, chest and thigh areas on her body. The fourteen-year-old girl was from South Rockford Drive, a street where Rockford Street mainly hung out at and one of the W/S Mara Salvatrucha's arch enemies. This wasn't the end of it as Xiomara Coreas and Danielle Sanchez bullied the girl for months to come until the 9th of February 2004. On the 9th of February 2004, Xiomara Coreas and Danielle Sanchez stabbed the girl over twenty times and left her lifeless body at the park on South Rockford Drive. Marlon Coreas had told Xiomara Coreas that he'd "Kill her" if she tried to join the W/S Mara Salvatrucha gang, but being the typical nearing teenager that she was, she didn't listen to him and take him serious. Due to the fact that Xiomara Coreas clearly wasn't going to stop trying to be put onto the gang, on the 8th of August 2004, Marlon Coreas decided to have Xiomara Coreas officially courted into the W/S Mara Salvatrucha gang once she stuck by Jennifer Avila's side. Jennifer Avila a/k/a La Diabla was a highly respected marera from the Palomino Lokotes clique and was a Primera Palabra alongside Marlon Coreas. On the night of Xiomara Coreas's court-in where she was given the placaso; La Dead-Girl, Paek Ha-eun a/k/a La Blueen was pulled over by a Los Santos Police Department officer and arrested, the arrest reason was due to an APB being put out on her for a shooting she had done years prior; the same shooting Xiomara Coreas witnessed as a little girl. Between the dates; January 4th 2005 - December 4th 2005, Xiomara Coreas was schooled on what and what not to do whilst being out in the streets... although throughout these dates she failed to realize that she hadn't seen Danielle Sanchez since the night of their court-in. In-fact, Danielle Sanchez was never seen again after that night. On the 29th of February 2006, Xiomara Coreas had yet to carry out another act of violence for the gang, and was ordered to kill a rival gang member with a knife. This ended up with Xiomara Coreas slashing someone's throat wide open and stabbing them nearly fifty times, this is where she began to live up to her placaso; La Dead-Girl. On the 1st of March 2006, Marlon Coreas received a video in the mail. The video in question? It was footage of Paek Ha-eun being killed by rouge Mara Salvatrucha members in San Salvador in El Salvador. Paek Ha-eun although being a Korean-American and having zero ties to anything in El Salvador, was somehow found guilty of crimes committed in El Salvador on Mara Salvatrucha's behalf where she was extradited and then executed by her own gang; except they were rouge members of the gang. This video broke Xiomara Coreas down and left Marlon Coreas startled in shock for sometime, not knowing what to do or what to say to his oldest son; Rudy Coreas, oldest daughter; Xiomara Coreas and youngest daughter; Layla Coreas. The trio's mother's death only brought them closer than they had ever been with each other, and Rudy Coreas was always there for Xiomara and Layla Coreas until he was locked up and sent to Youth Authorities. Several years later on the 24th of December, 2008 an unexpected reward was waiting for Xiomara Coreas as; Xiomara Coreas, Marlon Coreas, Josue Zelaya, and Layla Coreas waited at an abandoned warehouse whilst several other Mara Salvatrucha gang members kidnapped the same arresting officer who had charged Paek Ha-eun years prior. The cop was brought to a warehouse at (undisclosed), where Xiomara Coreas was ordered to kill the cop via beheading of a machete. It was after this incident that Xiomara Coreas was later given the placaso; La Zombie for her lack of sympathy during the entire ordeal and fulfillment of rage throughout the entire situation. As time went on, Xiomara would often stick to committing petty criminal activities. At the age of seventeen, Xiomara Coreas began to help her uncle; Frank Coreas with firearm trafficking via straw buying firearms from gun shoes and other buyers across the United States of America until July 10th 2009. Between the time periods of July 10th 2009 - September 11th 2013, Xiomara Coreas got addicted to black tar heroin and started to move like a reckless individual; often having countless quantities of crystal methamphetamine in the car with her and that was cooked by a cousin of hers or driving with countless firearms given to her to take back to Little Seoul but instead used to take detours around rival neighborhoods and provoke a fight. Xiomara Coreas adopted another nickname as time went on; Two Gunz Zombie, as she always rode around with two firearms at the same time. On the 7th of May 2011; aged 18, Xiomara Coreas had a shootout with two females and a male from the Crazy Riders 13 gang, the shootout left Xiomara Coreas shot in her stomach and an innocent female bystander dead due to a stray bullet. Five weeks after the shootout, a casita (English: Trap house used by MS-13) was raided by the Crazy Riders 13 gang when they ran inside with machetes and knives, viciously stabbing and slicing Mara Salvatrucha members up... Xiomara Coreas was caught in the raid and had her left leg badly cut by a machete to the extent that she almost died from it. Due to having zero gang-affiliated tattoos on her at the time and the countless needle marks from black tar heroin, when brought to court she managed to dodge a hefty narcotics trafficking sentence since her lawyer went with a story that she was held hostage there as a drug addict who was used to test the narcotics that were made. Aged 20; September 11th 2013. This was Xiomara Coreas's last day of running wild into the jungle and acting as if Los Santos was her devil's playground, at 10:30 in the morning she woke up to a beeping sound beside her on her bedside locker. The sound? Her phone, an alarm... that was turned off by what looked like a black glove, and soon after she saw nothing but black as her eyes were covered. Screaming and kicking as she was carried to the trunk of a car, her kidnappers put her into a trunk and locked her there. The sound of a loud engine rattling and roaring lasted for almost the entire day, until roughly 21:00. The car came to a stop and the trunk opened, to find Xiomara Coreas looking at two Mara Salvatrucha gang members... without waiting a single second, they pulled her by her hair and dragged her across Decker Park, at what seemed to be a quiet and peaceful time of the early night. Xiomara Coreas left pleading and begging for her life, not seeming to strike the duo as they dragged her... until they stopped, one being Jenniffer Avila who pulled the slide of a Glock 19 back before saying: "Life's what you make it to be. You didn't make your life anything", then pulling the trigger to hear Xiomara Coreas scream before stopping... realizing nothing was in the chamber, or magazine. Jennifer Avila then said: "This is your second chance, you worthless junkie puta". Two weeks later? Xiomara Coreas was booked into a rehabilitation center in the Tongva Hills. 2015 - Present On the 1st of February 2015, after almost two years of drug rehabilitation; Xiomara Coreas was released from the rehabilitation center in the Tongva Hills; aged 21. When Xiomara Coreas was released from the rehabilitation center, she was given special treatment by Marlon Coreas and made secretary of the Palomino Lokotes clique. She ran the clique's finances for years until the 7th of July 2017 when she was made Primera Palabra alongside Josue Zelaya in the Palomino Lokotes clique. After a couple of years of being a shot caller of the Palomerinos y Palomineras, On the 6th of May 2019; aged 25, Xiomara was voted in by several national leaders to become to San Andreas keyholder for not only W/S Mara Salvatrucha based out of Los Santos, but every Mara Salvatrucha clique that is currently existent within the entire state. This not only made history within Mara Salvatrucha as every female who was asked to take the keys before denied them, but it also changed how the gang worked as Xiomara wasn't given a choice and was rather voted into the position. Due to Xiomara's rare and high status within the organization, as she was no longer just a gang-member at this point, it gave boosts to several Los Santos cliques as she was close friends with several shot callers from other cliques. After months of being a sole keyholder for the Mara Salvatrucha gang, Xiomara was later appointed to also lead Calais Lil Cycos even though she was still a keyholder. This appointment was more of a direct order from the national leadership of Mara Salvatrucha. This ended up in Xiomara being not only a keyholder but also a clique leader of a semi-defunct clique at the time, with orders to revive the semi-defunct clique. As the months went on, Xiomara and the Mara Salvatrucha gang began the make noise throughout the city and comeback was as stronger than it ever was. The Mara Salvatrucha's foothold on Koreatown just kept growing stronger, and with them moving in the shadows it made them that much deadlier. Xiomara's sister; Laya Coreas a/k/a La Peligrosa was later executed by Xiomara herself after Layla had messed up and disobeyed the gang's code of conduct. Due to Xiomara's actions, many within the gang no longer questioned her leadership capabilities and simply bowed down, accepting that she was in fact going to be the keyholder for many years to come. Xiomara's dominance within the Mara Salvatrucha gang grew, as she began to get in contact with El Lobo (English: Wolf), a keyholder in Mexico for the Mara Salvatrucha 503 Program. As time went on, Kevin Ayestas who was a Paro for Mara Salvatrucha was brutally beaten, tortured and executed by Xiomara for also disobeying the gang's code of conduct. Xiomara committed these gruesome acts of violence in front of several mareros and mareras to prove a point that she wasn't going to hold back on taking the garbage out when it needed to be taken out. As time went on, Xiomara's reign within the Mara Salvatrucha transnational criminal organization did nothing but become stronger, until Marlon Coreas a/k/a The Priest had a meeting with her. At this meeting, Xiomara was forced to step down from the keyholder position within the gang. She was given two choices to choose from, either she steps down and her father and herself could resume a somewhat normal father-daughter relationship, or she could stay a keyholder and the father-daughter relationship would cease to exist, essentially being forced and manipulated to step down. Due to this Xiomara became the second Primera Palabara (English: First Word) in the Palomino Locos clique under the W/S Mara Salvatrucha gang, and essentially was given what she wanted in a way due to the fact that she highly disliked being a keyholder after the murder of Layla Coreas a/k/a La Peligrosa, which fucked Xiomara's mental state up. This thread will follow Xiomara Coreas, a Marera on the rise within W/S Mara Salvatrucha. Any questions or concerns may be sent directly to my forum PMs where I'll respond when I can. Credits to @Vindus for the timeline idea.
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