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  1. It's been explained several times. We set dates that we weren't able to make because we underestimated the work left and how long it would take, on top of real life responsibilities and delays. Now, I see all your posts are just hate, so there is no reasoning with you. But if you think this "project is going absolutely nowhere", you're too filled with hate & blind to the progress that is being posted weekly. I am curious though why you're still dedicating time to posting about a project which you believe is going nowhere. Side note, why Tor and all the VPNs? Anyways...
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  2. LSRP is a comical meme as well as a great case study for how to run a successful and profitable community right into the dirt by laze and nepotism.
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  3. omegad smoke eater topic shit looks hot
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  4. Can't believe ya'll fell for this shit again, idiots.
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  5. must have ran out of donations and made the post to get more. I'm sure they'll post again in this month when MMartin needs another few dollars
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  6. I'm sure they wouldn't lie to us again haha, I have 0 reason to doubt their credibility :DD
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  7. SOMEONE ALWAYS ROBS THE POOR By Lewis Flores October 17, 2019 2:43 PM PST After dissolution of the Soviet Union in the 90s, Chechen and Dagestani immigration accelerates in United States. Low income Russian families inhabit several Los Santos neighborhoods, those who haven't managed to employ themselves within industrial fields start forming criminal groups which take part in thefts, drug distribution, racketeering, prostitution and blackmailing. The very first big Russian mob power demonstration took place when more than three dozens of men from two organized crime groups opened fire on each other in a parking lot under the Mulholland Intersection. Witnesses say nearly everyone was armed, and the shootout quickly went mobile. The men took off in cars, exchanging fire as they weaved through the Fountain Avenue traffic. More than 70 shots were fired, and eight people were killed. Only one person was charged in connection with the shootout. “It was basically mayhem on a busy street in broad daylight at 3 p.m.,” Federal Bureau of Investigation special agent Russell Myers reflects on the situation. The FBI learned that the firefight was dominated by an international, Russian-Chechen organized-crime group, which functions more like the mob than like gangsters who flash their signs in the grittier stretches of Los Santos and its suburbs. Although the FBI has been aware of Russian mob for years, it was after this very public spectacle that the agency doubled down on its investigation into the group. “They were like old-school Mafia, in that they go to Armenian businesses, Russian businesses, try to extort them. Go after people in the community who they thought wouldn't go to the police. Make them pay money — even though they had zero gang ties.” says Assistant U.S. Attorney Eugene M. Perez. These gun-toting defendants drove flashy BMW's and Porsches and were connected to elaborate schemes in bank fraud, sports match fixing, identity theft, money laundering and other highly sophisticated white-collar crimes. As a whole, the syndicate is estimated to have cost victims at least $20 million. CHECHEN MOB TIES TO LAS VENTURAS MAFIA Venturas wouldn’t be Venturas without money, cocaine, and organized crime. Organized crime figured heavily in the town’s transformation from the time immemorial. Underworld figures especially has strengthen their roots in the desert since the Mob’s first new casino on the Las Venturas Strip was turning a profit. Six other clubs in town were owned or controlled by organized crime. Still, the new “Golden Horseshoe“ was special. Police authorities speculates that, that's where Chechen mob made their first contact with Venturas mafia which controlled the town at the time. It did not take very long till Chechen mob earned the name for themselves in Venturas as a gun for hire. Practically they did all the dirty work that others did not dare to do. “Chechens is antonym to the law. They don't care who you are nor they care how many kids you got waiting for you at home. You're lucky if they only break a few ribs, if not they'll stick you in a hole and that's that.“ says Las Venturas Metropolitan Police Department Executive Gregory Ferguson. Timur Ghukayev, also known as “Thick Neck“, according to police sources he had a reputation for beating his victims with a bat. Ghukayev allegedly was put in charge of all the Chechen mob's operations in Las Venturas and was considered a unifying figure in the mob, credited with recruiting new immigrant gangsters from Chechnya and focusing on the cocaine, heroin, and oxycodone trades. Soon enough the Chechen mob took over the local scrapyard which was located at the very edge of the city, away from all the fuss. It was used as a front to launder money and commit other various crimes.
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