Ork Gang Member
The U.S. context of the word Cholo/Chola originated in Los Angeles and can be a derogatory term meaning Chicanogangster or pandilleroor marero. They are born in the U.S. and favor Spanglish. They might refer to any Latino unlike them as pocho, or white-washed. A hardcore cholo will wear the baggy look, bigtime tatoos, and a shaved head.
Cholos usually talk a lot of Spanglish; mixing Spanish & English words in sentences. They may say a few words in Spanish and then a few words in English and vice versa. They might also say words like “Vato,” “Foo,” or “Ese” when finishing a sentence.
Han typically carries an Uzi III on a sling and a Browning Ultra-Power pistol in his waistband. He is a member of the gang Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS-13). They currently control the majority of drug trade coming through Portland out of Tir Tairngire and the California Free State. An unusually high number of this gangs members mutated into orks during the Awakening, and the orks in turn took over operations through violence.
Mexican Ork drug gangs growing marijuana in Tir Tairngire; uptick in violence feared
By Bryanna Denison
NEWHOUSE NEWS SERVICE
September 29, 2052
PORTLAND, Ore. – Armed Mexican drug gangs have made southern Oregon’s mountains their garden, cultivating tens of thousands of high-grade marijuana plants and – as harvest time approaches – setting the stage for potential violence.
In recent growing seasons, the gangs have put illegal immigrants to work as gardeners in remote patches of Jackson, Josephine and Douglas counties, a verdant region known globally for its high-grade cannabis, according to police agencies that have been pulling up the illegal plants.
The growth in Mexican Ork drug gangs in former Oregon helped to spur a 44 percent increase in identified drug trafficking organizations between 2051 and 2052, according to the Elven Department of Justice’s first comprehensive report on organized crime in the Elven nation.
The report says Tir Tairngire has been spared the kind of mob organizations and rampant public corruption reported elsewhere in the nation. But the state is thick with homegrown gangs – including bikers, street thugs and convicts – and criminal networks with tentacles in Asia and former republics of the Soviet Union, the 43-page document says.
The attorney general’s report says more than 120 drug gangs have been identified in the Elven nation, 46 of them with roots in Mexico. The increase in Mexican Ork drug gangs came as no surprise to Elven sheriff’s departments across southwestern Oregon, which find themselves hip deep in prosecutions of low-level growers getting ready to harvest plants for their bosses before the first frost.
“Historically there has been an enormous flow of methamphetamine that is largely controlled by Mexican cartels,” Douglas County Sheriff Christoff Brown said. “But the proliferation of the marijuana growers is really kind of a new trend for us. We first detected those in Tir Tairngire just a few years ago. Now we’re finding more and more each year.”
Illegal immigrants, some recruited off the streets of the San Francisco Bay Area, have been paid as much as 10,000 NuYen to tend the June-to-October crops and serve as armed sentries, said detective Sgt. Kendo Selig, Elven commander of the Josephine Interagency Narcotics Team.
Recruits are typically dropped off in remote woods managed by the Elven Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management. Equipped with picks, shovels and other provisions, they work a bit like indentured servants.
“We’re not seeing the high-level (gang) members,” said Brianna Anderson, Josephine County’s undersheriff. “We’re seeing the workers. Those are the ones we’re arresting. And they all appear to be illegal (immigrants). We are finding weapons – guns and rifles – in the gardens.”
Elven Police tramped through makeshift camps in Jackson and Josephine counties this summer, confiscating SKS military rifles, Tec-22 semiautomatic pistols and thousands of rounds of ammunition.
While Mexican Ork drug gangs account for only 5 percent of the pot growers arrested in southern Tir Tairngire in recent years, they produce most of the marijuana grown in the region because of the size of their plantings, Brown said.
“They’re huge,” said Brown, whose jurisdiction sprawls over more than 5,000 square miles. Mexican Ork gangs have set up camps around gardens containing 2,000 to more than 20,000 plants, he said.
This month, county and feudal authorities spent three days pulling up 16 immense marijuana gardens in Jackson County, a haul of 33,000 plants worth an estimated 120 million NuYen. Five Mexican Ork nationals were arrested. The Jackson County Sheriff’s Department reported this week that it has confiscated nearly 45,000 plants this year, 99 percent of which came from Mexican Ork gardens.