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Rambo makes another mistake by not vetting a design to be used on millions of windshields in Chicago. the more interesting part of this story is not the stupidity and amateurish management of Chicago by the ex-chief of staff is that blogs actually broke this story. there will be many responses that do not like the police blogs but the fact is that they exposed the promotion of gangs through a sophisticated method of messaging and generation criminal dogma.

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when the corporate media picked up the story that was the end of the sticker.

The design for the first Chicago vehicle sticker with Mayor Rahm Emanuel's name on it was revealed Thursday.

The new 2012-13 sticker, which will go on sale in late spring or early summer, was designed by Herbert Pulgar, a Lawrence Hall Youth Services freshman. It features a heart enclosing the city skyline and Chicago's flag with outstretched hands, and police, firefighter and paramedic symbols and hats.


Since submitting this new city sticker design... Little Herbert has had "police & juvenile section contact" and is now a self admitted Maniac Latin Disciple...

Look at his city sticker design. The HEART is the major MLD Gang Symbol. Look at the hands pointing up to the hats on that sticker... Look closely at the fingers and how they are being held... It's hard to see on this image but those little white streaks around the hats have some in the form of a PITCH FORK.....

Looks like little MLD Herbert pulled a fast one on the City of Chicago...

He made a Maniac Latin Disciple Chicago City Sticker....

City Sticker Controversy Continues
The media is running with the spin that the politicians have to "consult" with gang experts before they can make a judgement on whether or not any of this is gang related. How about using Herbert's own words, the words of his friends, his own brother and his dad's pictures (along with his criminal record) to point in the right direction?
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