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 n.— «Bailey, known as “Red,” Figueroa, known as “Ryda,” and Townsend, known as “Rel,” and two women started walking to the party at 446 N. Ninth St., stopping at Law’s mother’s home before they got there, Detective William Lake testified. Townsend referred to it as a “G-Stroll,” where a Bloods gang member walks to a location to represent the gang and possibly get into a fight, or worse, Lake testified.» —“City slaying cases sent to court” by Manuel Gamiz Jr. The Morning Call (Allentown, Pennsylvania) July 22, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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  • There are many nieghborhoods where there are purely gang members. There is such a high incidence of being shot in the extermities that victims are said to ” g-stroll”.

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