The flat, number 12, was on the first floor of the kind of low-rise block that, since the 1960s, has replaced much of east London's Dickensian housing.Hardly less shabby than the mean terraces they replaced, the flats are small and look fragile, despite the fortress-like mentality of their occupants.They have no true "society," living simply by the philosophy that might makes right and killing anyone who gets in their way.
The equipment of the various raider gangs will vary depending on location.For example, the raiders at Dunwich Borers will all equip mining helmets, as opposed to raiders in more generic locations.Stanley "Tookie" Williams was executed early Tuesday morning, half a day after California Gov. Although Williams claimed not to have committed the four murders he was convicted of, he has been frank about his role as the co-founder of the Crips gang. (They took their name from an older gang called the Avenues.) Within a few years, Washington's group—by then known as the Crips—joined forces with Tookie Williams, who had established his own set of hoodlums across town. In 1969, a Los Angeles teenager named Raymond Washington gathered together a few buddies and started up a gang called the Baby Avenues.Gang leaders can build their organizations in several ways.Never an “antihero” per se, Raylan remained an unrepentant asshole from the start of the series to the end, even as he had a kid and formed semi-friendly relationships with his boss and co-workers.