The rise and fall of the Freeway Boyz, These group of young men sold millions of dollars of drugs in the streets of South Central Los Angeles, and inadvertently financed a CIA private war in Nicaragua.

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Big Loc
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Big Mousie
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Oscar Danilo Blandón
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The rise and fall of the Freeway Boyz, These group of young men sold millions of dollars of drugs in the streets of South Central Los Angeles, and inadvertently financed a CIA private war in Nicaragua.

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The DEA's biggest drug sting...is about to go bust.

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Crime | Drama

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Rated R for pervasive language, drug content, some violence and sexual content
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3 August 2001 (USA)  »

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Freeway Boyz  »

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$2,000,000 (estimated)
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1.33 : 1
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poor production values do not preclude earnest authenticity
23 July 2009 | by (tijuas norte) – See all my reviews

This wretchedly edited narrative is salvaged from being utter dreck because it does not kowtow to corporate principles of glamour presentation. The acting is amateurish to a fault but genuine in portraying the character of East L.A. as it was and largely still is, less the ready availability of automatic weapons. My greatest regret was that it fails to show Freeway Rick's actual modus operandi. For those seeking the facts underpinning this recount, cf. Gary Webb's reportage instigated by Freeway Rick's testimony from San Diego MCC. Further substantiation is available from both volumes of Maxine Waters' federal congressional hearings which ultimately compelled admission that intelligence agencies did indeed know this perverse corruption of minority mores was the result of surreptitiously underwritten proxy warfare.


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