Forming Kaos Gangsters Line Up For Confessions To U.S. Department of Justice

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Government policies are causing Forming Kaos, a Mexican Mafia subsidiary, to endure employee retention problems.
A massive law enforcement investigation into the dangerous, Costa Mesa-based Forming Kaos (FK) criminal street gang and its submissive work for the Mexican Mafia has resulted in eight more guilty pleas in recent weeks inside Orange County's Ronald Reagan Federal Courthouse.

Those recently conceding defeat to the Santa Ana office of the U.S. Department of Justice as a result of the government's 2011 probe are:

--Julio Vargas acknowledged that he illegally sold methamphetamine and weapons in Orange County, and faces a maximum punishment of 40 years in prison plus a $5 million fine. (Vargas was clueless that at least one of his buyers was a confidential law enforcement informant.)

--Ignacio Aflredo Marron (a.k.a. "Shadow" and "Negro"), a cocaine dealer, admitted he participated in racketeering activities and now faces a maximum punishment of 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine.

--David Perez confessed to federal prosecutors that he violated laws against a convicted felon possessing an Armalite Sterling AR-180 assault rifle and faces a maximum prison term of 10 years plus a $250,000 fine.

--Juan Moran, a cocaine and methamphetamine dealer, conceded criminal activity and faces a maximum of life in prison plus a $10 million fine.

--Edgar Marquez, a crack cocaine and methamphetamine dealer, admitted his guilt and faces a maximum of 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine.

--Jose Carmen Parra (a.k.a "Droppy"), a methamphetamine and heroin dealer, acknowledged his racketeering role in the gang and faces a maximum term of 20 years in prison plus a fine of $250,000.

--Hector Manuel Medina, a cocaine dealer, confessed and faces a maximum prison trip of 40 years and a $5 million fine.

--Steven Larry Coble (a.k.a. "Casper") agreed he's guilty of racketeering and faces a maximum prison term of 20 years plus a $250,000 fine.

Other hoodlums previously punished in the case include Kirk Ray Butterfas, 41 months; and David Joseph Jackovich (a.k.a. "Temper"), 100 months.

The status of numerous other defendants--including alleged ringleader Cesar Munguia (a.k.a. "Roach")--remains officially unresolved, according to court records.

FBI special agents, Orange County Sheriff's Department deputies as well as Costa Mesa Police Department officers conducted the surveillance-heavy, Forming Kaos probe that was touted by law enforcement as a significant blow to Mexican Mafia enterprises in Southern California--a claim that likely puts smiles on the faces of still freely operating hoodlums in the region.

Forming Kaos members have participated in extortion, drug sales, murder and assaults, according to federal agents.

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rad3hann
rad3hann

Tell you exactly what it is... It's called the California sentencing realignment act which controlled and managed by the Sheriff's Department. Find it online on criminal law pages... It allows Special Drug Enforcement teams as well as other powers which include spying computer and phone tapping (NSA Style) Special drug court separate from criminal. It pretends to allow non violent criminals to serve what they call alternative sentencing I.E. ankle bracelets, work release however it's primary intention is soak those with cash and want to stay out of jail ($138.00 a day ankle bracelet on teacher's income) and the special enforcement teams can violate you and if they can justify it (Ham Sandwich) FLASH INCARCERATE 10 DAYS.......I've been doing battle with Riverside Sheriff, Da, and even public defender (Under Cover) Three years now....got convicted for 2 wallets I found while riding my bike and accused of having received stolen bike parts from a friend I traded with. Instead of misdemeonors they rolled them into felonies (3yrs. probation and 180 days) My appeal is pending DA presented no credible evidence I.E. 2 Deputies, 2 Wallett owners, and 1 scum bag I had a falling out with over bike parts. Next is Drug case with no evidence Dust for a sample...Fired DOJ tech retest left no sample for me no proof a sample ever existed and they want me to plea ( 1yr. Prison) cause of 3 felonies drug plea means 1yr. prison not even county or rehab I'm going to trial.....I've done my homework got new Public Lawyer....Scared to DEATH but ready to kick ASS!!!   NEVER EVER PLEA FIGHT FIGHT FIGHT!!!!!  

18usc241
18usc241 topcommenter

So what does an Hispanic American man ( who's been a victim of Orange County, CA law enforcement commencing at a time when 9/11 was still just a thought in another racist psychopaths mind ) think when he reads this story? So glad you asked.

It reminds me of one of my most important questions and discoveries about OC law enforcement. Who's in control of the army of civilian criminals commiting criminal acts against citizens and residents in Orange County, CA. Does each law enforcement agency own a posse of human criminal trash or is it a unionized collective at this point from which each agency can pick and choose.

Most Americans think that confidential informants are there to serve as the eyes and ears of law enforcement. About the worst thing that is ever mentioned in the media is that these people are used to entrap. But what the people of Orange County, CA need to understand is that your corrupt police community are using CI's for the purposes of commiting crimes against a chosen target. Everything from harassment and intimidation to property damage and attempted murder.

So ... good for this law enforcement community and their rounding up of dangerous individuals. Now explain the rest of the story. It's why I use the phrase "an endless cycle of criminal insanity where only these cops are the winners with their great salaries and pensions afterwards".

Anyway, that 's what I think when I read this story. Thanks for asking.

Disregard the other comment below where I inadvertantly excluded a sentence

18usc241
18usc241 topcommenter

So what does an Hispanic American man > think when he reads this story? So glad you asked. It reminds me of one of my most important questions and discoveries about OC law enforcement. Who's in control of the army of civilian criminals commiting criminal acts against citizens and residents in Orange County, CA. Does each law enforcement agency own a posse of human criminal trash or is it a unionized collective at this point from which each agency can pick and choose. Most Americans think that confidential informants are there to serve as the eyes and ears of law enforcement. About the worst thing that is ever mentioned in the media is that these people are used to entrap. But what the people of Orange County, CA need to understand is that your corrupt police community are using CI's for the purposes of commiting crimes against a chosen target. Everything from harassment and intimidation to property damage and attempted murder. So ... good for this law enforcement community and their rounding up of dangerous individuals. Now explain the rest of the story. It's why I use the phrase "an endless cycle of criminal insanity where only these cops are the winners with their great salaries and pensions afterwards". Anyway, that 's what I think when I read this story. Thanks for asking.

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Jenifar

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Martinez Anthony
Martinez Anthony

you forgot sneezy, grumpy, dopey, goofy, mickey, skylar...

nalvarez200
nalvarez200

I know this is bullshit no one knows better then the ones who actually know about this case lol this article is ridiculous

Greg Chavez
Greg Chavez

Are you really sticking up for these gang members?

illmaticimpala
illmaticimpala

THIS ALL SOUNDS LIKE BS. ORANGE COUNTY WILL LIE AND DO WHATEVER IT TAKES TO LOCK PPL UP.

JGlanton
JGlanton topcommenter

This is Kaos. We don't *shush* here!

Great work, 86!

OC Weekly
OC Weekly

They're just following in the proud American traditions of ethnic gangs—or did you not see Gangs of New York, Goodfellas, or Bugsy?

James Boyer
James Boyer

Why didnt they go by Dirtbags seeing as thats what they are.

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