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Born to kill : the rise and fall of America's bloodiest Asian gang

Author: T J English
Publisher: New York, New York : Harper, 2009. ©2009
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Overview: Throughout the late eighties and nineties, a gang of young Asian refugees cut a bloody swath through New York's Chinatown. They were the lost children of the Vietnam War, severed from their families by violence and cast adrift in a strange land. Banding together under the leadership of a megalomaniacal young psychopath, David Thai, they took their name from a slogan they had seen on helicopters and the  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: T J English
ISBN: 9780061782381 0061782386
OCLC Number: 262884805
Description: viii, 310 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Acknowledgments --
Prologue --
Part 1: Gang --
Part 2: Investigation --
Epilogue --
Sources --
Index.
Other Titles: Rise & fall of America's bloodiest Asian gang
Responsibility: T.J. English.

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Overview: Throughout the late eighties and nineties, a gang of young Asian refugees cut a bloody swath through New York's Chinatown. They were the lost children of the Vietnam War, severed from their families by violence and cast adrift in a strange land. Banding together under the leadership of a megalomaniacal young psychopath, David Thai, they took their name from a slogan they had seen on helicopters and the helmets of U.S. soldiers: "Born to Kill." For a decade their empire was unassailable, built on a foundation of fear, ruthlessness, and unimaginable brutality - until one courageous gang brother helped bring it down from the inside.

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