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have explained to [him] the reasons for the violent assaults which includes, defeating and disrespecting rival gang members, intimidating members of the community and securing turf for their gang operations, including illicit drug trade.”  He also based his opinion on his “review of hundreds of police reports over the last several years involving crimes committed by Broderick Boy gang members in the Safety Zone” and his “review of the declarations of other officers which were prepared in support of the proposed injunction.”  

Villanueva explained that Broderick Boys gang members use assaults to maintain control of their turf.  They “will beat, stab or shoot rival gang members or members of the community who disrespect them or simply cross their path.  As to rivals, it keeps them from invading the Broderick Boy[s] turf.  It not only keeps the Broderick Boys safe in their homes, but it secures the territory for Broderick Boy[s] crimes like narcotics sales.  As to innocent members of the community, the assaults instill fear into the public.  People who live in Broderick Boy[s] territory know that if they cross the Broderick Boys, or if they call the police on the Broderick Boys that they may be violently assaulted.  It keeps them quiet.”  

Investigator Villanueva described the organizational structure of the Broderick Boys as follows:  “Broderick Boys is a traditional type of Hispanic based gang starting from the street soldiers.  Usually it’s the younger men and women you’re going to see.  They are known as the street soldiers, the foot soldiers, the ones that are posting up on the corner, standing

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