Real Life Gang Footage “The Warrior Level” Full Documentary! Witness The Power Of God!

Real Life Gang Footage “The Warrior Level” Full Documentary! Witness The Power Of God!

there’s many roads you can take in life
did a lot of horrible things in my life my goal was the same as hundreds of
other IN/P’s down here in Miami and that was to eliminate level
well with whoever’s willing to go out and I hell a blaze let’s do this
we had ak-47s shotguns 44’s we had all kind of guns
police say three gangs joined forces joined Arsenal’s together the TNS
Latin Syndicate and Imperial gangsters allegedly sold weapons committed hundreds of crimes and dealt drugs
True insane a** mother****** that dont give a **** bout your ***!!!
my purpose in life was to kill Level, to eliminate him, for my dawgs, for my homies, for my gang
but that was back then
I’m about to take you on a journey in my life, in the real Dade County where most
didn’t make it, i had over 300 soldiers on deck man
but most of gone, dead or a prison you know this documentary is real life and the
consequences of that gang life, ever since the juvenile I was in and outta jail man
my life was hell, I almost died on many different occasions but for some
reason I’m still here, i must be one of God’s chosen because I’m alive and free
in loving memory of all my dead homies man and all the homies doing hard time
i miss yall bruh… And this is how it all began
most gang members join in early adolescence those young teenage years
are traumatic for most kids it’s a time when they need discipline and structure
in their lives to help them through something they don’t find at home and
then look for elsewhere
Started stealing cars at a very early age you know we
just used to go joyriding.
why do you think that gang members would break into homes
or steal cars, to get money for drugs but they don’t they steal for the thrill of
it or to get cash for clothes, shoes and fun
I just thought he was a young man
playing in the streets, I was unaware of the situation’s of what he was doing out.
it was one night that we stole a Buick Regal I went to a party Hialeah and on
our way back we got an I speed chase for Medley police I was 14 years old
so we’re flying through red lights we just kept going fast we’re doing like 100
next thing you know guy tries to make a left turn and bam
we hit him right on the driver door, the dude ended up dying on impact
only reason we ain’t get charged with manslaughter because the dude was
legally drunk, I don’t remember nothing after that after that moment, that impact
it’s kind of like my whole life blacked out so we had to get air lifted and all
I had a five percent chance of living.
and I had a horrendous feeling that
something had happened to Rene and 30 minutes later I received a call from
Jackson Memorial Hospital saying that he might not survive that I needed to
arrive as soon as possible, that day I faced the reality of what he was involved in
I was in a coma for about three weeks when I woke up I was hanging by pins on
my legs all my bones are broken and I was I was in pain my face was destroyed
that’s how I got all these scars right here
and he’s alive by the miracle of God and that day I thought I was gonna lose my son
after he took the pins out of my legs I was in a full body cast from my chest down
after the body cast I was in a wheelchair, I had to learn how to
walk again, it was a real rough time in my life man, but you know I didn’t learn I
did not learn from none of that, I got right back into
the streets, I stole cars again got into gangs we started gangbanging
Music playing
Syndicate baby, all day IN/P killa, Disciple killa
They tried to kill me and im still here, worst than ever, im going to your house, all you mutha********!
I must have been like 15 when we broke into the house and I came up on that camcorder
I use to like to record fools getting knocked out on camera, man that
camera had a story and not a good one, and even though it seems like I caught a lot
on camera it wasn’t even 5% of all we really did on these streets
but I’m glad I caught some of these moments because if I didn’t, no one would’ve ever believed this
in Miami the way the hoods are divided are by the streets and you
don’t want to be on the wrong side, it’s not all palm trees and beaches like you
see on TV, that’s the other side of the bridge. Miami is the place where I grew up
it’s also the city that tore me apart
and show me you can die so easy there are visible lines that divide many
clicks out here and there’s a lot of blood on the streets. This city was built
on murder and drug money look at Carol city also known as Miami Gardens or
Murder Gardens, Overtown, Wynwood, Little Havana, Allapatah, Leisure city man we did
a lot of dirt out there, Real Talk man it went down. Also Florida City, Perrine, Ghoulds
Cutler Ridge, Kinloch Park, the Triangle, Hialeah, Opa-locka also known as Choppa-Locka ect.
the streets are divided the cliques, streets where blood is shed
where there are no apologies no sympathy no nothing
The day Rene was born was an awesome day, he was born at 4:28 in the afternoon
Jackson Memorial Hospital when Rene was small, he was a great kid
however I worked a lot, mostly he grew up with his grandmother on his father’s
side, she took care of him while I worked. By the time I was in my early 20s I
owned my home the video stores flashy cars it was the 80s in Miami
when Miami was going wild it was the time of the 80s of when the drugs were
big in the street, money jewelry and that was the part of my life where instead of
being with my son after work, joined the hip crowd I remember going to the mutany
um, my priorities were wrong at the time, my priorities were about making money and partying
In the 80s, Miami was the murder capital with a nation, it was full
of Cuban Jack boys that came from the Mariel boat lift
most of them was killers released from Castro’s prisons, then we had the
Colombian drug lords the gangbangers and the thugs
More murders than last year in Miami Beach and Hialeah also contributed
to Dade’s 619 killings so far, compared with 580 last year
Im from Overtown, you know Towner 4 life T4L, you know, the hood behind me
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Overtown is a historical village, its historical home of the riots
Neville Johnson, McDuffie, I remember being a little kid and seeing this on
the news man and my mom paranoid man locking all the doors in the house
checking all the windows man it was crazy man
death toll now stands at 11 with more than 120 persons injured in the riots looting and fires of last night
and today affected areas are still reporting sniper attacks and from almost
any point in Dade County smoke from burning buildings can easily be seen
Miami was on flames bruh, and there was no way to stop it, no way! all this
violence and nothing got accomplished man just more dead bodies to pick up
Neville Johnson got killed, houses was burnt down over here things that
don’t exist no more got burnt to the ground but we building it back up a little bit more
Overown soon turned into a battle zone between police and roaming gangs of teenagers
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All this wilding only helped fuel more gangs, it was rampant, unstoppable
the kids were creating their own cliques making the streets even more dangerous
Oh first you got to prove yourself to the gang, them um you see you gotta walk the line
South Miami police officer Dan Schultz was brutally stabbed
four times by gang members, before he died officer Schultz told his partner
that when one of the gang members went to stab him in the back and found that
the knife would not penetrate the vest he searched until he found the area
underneath Schultz’s arm where he was not protected
they slapped me in the eye with a gun, you know they slapped my other partner, they they cracked one nose
okay and then they commenced firing
this arsenal of weapons was found on January 5th, it belonged to the 34th Street players and the 34th Street Boys also found
were 20 PVC pipes, originally believed to be pipe bombs
they were in fact filled with cocaine, the drugs and weapons go hand in hand
this morning we want to talk about why Dade County has suddenly become the
murder capital of the United States…
when the 90s came to gangs grew, and it was
still a lot of killing going on, man i remember one weekend when three of my
homies got smoked on three different situations..
tonight’s violence erupted without a
moment’s notice when an officer chasing a robbery suspect was shot in the back outside the housing projects
Miami have four different episodes of rioting in the 80s
then in 1990 six officers got found not guilty after beating Leonardo Mercado to death
causing havoc in the Wynwood area, a little PuertoRican town right
next to Overtown, you know people started breaking into
cars there was rioting throwing Molotov cocktails at the police
now currently there’s still a lot of gangs, there’s still a lot of killing, killings out of control
making Miami the second most violent city in the nation
the amount of ak-47s that are in this city in this region is just out of control
my dad wasn’t there, my mom was doing her own thing, she was partying
when Rene was a baby we were still together, and he was abusive, physically abusive
he was never in my life, when I was small my mom
says he used to slap me across the head and stuff
I couldn’t take it anymore and I picked up Rene and I picked up his suitcase and I walked away
my mom was there with a bunch of people and they were all sacrificing animals and
they were doing like witchcraft and all they were doing santeria rituals
this was the religion I was exposed to that I then exposed my son to
so i remember being five years old and getting chased around the apartment and
they stuck me in the bathtub and they cut a goats head off
and they poured the blood all the way down my body man and
that day that that happened to me, that’s the day when I started seeing demons man
I remember he was very scared of the rituals that sometimes we would be a part of
you know she was playing with the devil
it was a very sick world
them demons haunted me my whole life man, on top of that my mom was never home so
what I did was I found family on the streets
i think he was 11 or 12 years old, he started hanging around other kids from the neighborhood that were already into
gangs and I had no no idea
me and my mom, my mom lost everything, we ended up homeless so I was about 15 becoming 16 we were living in back of a
video story you know I was so embarrassed
that’s where we lived in the back of the video it was a video store. I never wanted to tell my homies you know
they were like oh where do you live? I’d be like yeah I stay over there by Southwest 8 street
but really I didn’t have no house
Rene was out in the streets, doing his Gang banging
i had to steal to eat
i tried to take my life
it was Rene who came and found that I was more gone than here I had written a
letter to Jesus Christ saying you know I failed as a human being I failed as a
mom and Rene called the ambulance, Rene had to live through the things that
no child should have to live to through
my Aunt was Christian and her and my mom hadn’t talked to him many many
we had not spoken to each other for maybe a decade and she comes to knocking at the door and she says I don’t know why I’m
here but I need to remove you from here
Jesus Christ touched me and made me whole again, I did not think after the life I
led in the eighties with the addictions that I had that there would be any piece of me left
I dont really recall any happy childhood memories, straight up
when you wanted to be down with the set, first he had to go put in work then you
had to walk the line and many did it make me cuz a lot of people folded up
and we wanted straight soldiers. One way in, no way out
yeah this is the neighborhood where i grew up at this the Cemetery right here this
where i first got walked into a gang.
a brutal initiation ritual that buys you
entry into the teenager underworld of South Florida street gangs hundreds of
our teenagers from good families as well as troubled family have walked that line
serve themselves up to rows of gang members who punch them and kick them and
crush them in a savage rite of passage welcomed the South Florida’s teenage warzone
not a place for tourists
we in the Kinloch Park neighborhood
Kinloch Park is where I went to school at, a lot of gangs, a lot of shootings in school,
stabbings in school, gang fights outside… where a 16 year old boy was shot down in
front of Kinlock junior high startling many parents who feel that this gang
warfare is hitting too close to home
for example they had the 56ave boys,12nation, LBB’s
now the 12 nation I was cool with some of them so I remember one
day they invited me to one of the meetings, I showed up I ended up walking
in me and my other homie.
the years that I did work, not only did i hear about it
but we would do counter surveillance and at times even videotape them and see
what these young kids both man and girls would get put through when they wanted to
join one of these gangs thinking that it was the right choice and the minute you
decide to become part of this you know thats when you start experiencing this
you know terrible life you know like you mentioned out part of it the initiation
be either walked in, raped in
one thing about the 12-nation is like they didn’t really leave the neighborhood, me on the other hand I wanted to go put in work I
wanted to go ride on our enemies, I wanted to go you know do some
some criminal activities you know, go light some fools up, so what I did was I
hit to grove, back in the days the grove was a real hot spot for gangs
this is about teenagers shooting other teenagers, this is about teenagers brutally
stabbing a police officer, this is about teenagers who don’t leave home without a weapon
Miami was based off of two nations which
was People’s and Folks
in Dade County there are two so-called nations that
originated in Chicago but are then subdivided into sub groups for example
under the Folks nation are the Latin Force the Young Latin Organization and Disciples
under the Peoples nation are the Latin Kings the Latin Bad Boys
and Zulu nation those nations were collaborations of several gangs united
under those two nations then there was a third branch which was against both of those nations
they was outlaws, me I was cool with the Peoples
in our Varrio man you go to war, you fight other people, people you hate people like Folks people we never liked
so me i hit the Grove and and I linked up with the peoples over there
and we used to beef with the folks which were mainly a lot of IN/Ps
IN/Ps back then were Folks and they used to come and we use to fight in
the grove, you can name it, everything happens from shootings, stabbings, people
getting hit with bats right there in Coconut Grove, you can name it
happened right there, it really happened, and there was a little group in Coconut
Grove that I used to hang out with which was Hammer I ended up meeting
Hammer in the Grove, and it was a group of us that were all part of Peoples
Hammer, Frenzy which Frenzy was also a 12nation, Rez, 2Deff, Freek, you know and a
couple of other cats that were around back in the day and one day we all had
to talk amongst each other and we decided to form Latin Syndicate
which was formed on Halloween night 1989
my name is Juan Carlos Vazquez full government name, family name but I go by the name of Hammer original
leader of the Latin Syndicates, I’ve lived on the down-low for like over a
decade and a half since I’ve been released, I was good at something besides
pistol-whiping drug dealers and getting us some grocery money
i was good at making bombs, I was a product of what i was brought up in, I was a natural
I guess it fit me like a glove, Halloween night we really got into it with the
International Posse, and it got really heavy with us
it got to where we were doing drive-bys, we were doing gun battles in the middle of the street
we just be in a busy section and we just start blasting like blam blam blam
Level and I met randomly, it was just random, him and a couple of his homeboys just riding around
looking all crazy and I was like okay who is this dude
i was glad to not only be his big brother but his shield, he had that mentality man he was a leader
I could see it in his eyes, I just see it, he was just cold man
Money, another homeboy that died he died early
Money got killed by some IN/Ps
Level and my brother had a good relationship, they were always together
That was like a mini Mike Tyson, you know
I smile so i wont show the pain that I have, I lost my brother in 91
IN/Ps rolled up in the hood one day, Money ran up on the car he swung on one of em through the window
punched the dude in his face, blew his eye up and I heard another fool
came on the other side of the window and just started bom-bom-bom
he was covered by the time I got there
and he just died and died right there on 67th ave
im still real tight with his brother MoneyJr. I got a lot of dead homies man you
know, Paco, Big Silly, Derek, Big Twin, a bunch of homies are gone it’s too many to name, you know
they got people dead as well because of us, you know what i mean?
but that was one of the main gangs we use to go to war with 24-7 man, i couldnt even count how many rivals we had
right here Dane,
Syndicates in the house
Syndicates started with seven we turned to 12 turn to 20 everybody wanted to be
a Syndicate but you couldn’t miss Syndicate cause you just had to have
something in you to be a Syndicate
you gotta walk-in, you gotta get your a** kicked and you gotta fight back, if you folded up and couldnt take
no more, poof! f*** that, we taking no more applications
im in juvenile hall for all these crazy charges and i end up meeting Derek
Derek at the time was a Zulu, but we became real tight in
juvenile hall, so eventually I ended up going to a program
for like six months and I got out and when I got out I called Derek’s number
that he gave me and he was out, so we ended up linking up, he came to the
triangle, you know he was telling me a little bit about Zulu you know Zulu was
dying out, so I was like yo homie why don’t you join the clique? you know I’ll
give you your own chapter in the beach, you open open your chapter in the beach
and we keep growing from there, and he was with it so we were all in
you know so the clique started growing bigger and bigger and you know now we
had phase1 and Derek had phase2 and he was just like me, he had that military mind set
South Beach Posse came to our school one day and they try to
run up on everybody over there, Hammer hit one of them in the head with
like a bat, dude ended up dying so Hammer went to prison, he did like 11 years in prison
and once he got locked up, I became the leader
this is where you got to give the credit where credit is due, then that’s where Level took it
and he United the Savage City
I changed the name from Latin Syndicates to Loc’ed out Syndicates
because we was a mix of races, I was one of the first in Dade County to mix latinos with blacks
I had another chapter in South Miami which
was my dawg Buck, he was running it with Champ and it was Buck, Champ, Lee
Big Silly, Corel they were about 25 deep over there
so we had the South Miami chapter we had all we had 71 chapter which was 71 out of my out of Miami Beach
then I ended up meeting Kilo, Kilo-G rest in peace
me and Kilo-G met right by the Tropical Park boxing gym one day and we clicked this
is like we’re like we was brothers already, I felt like I knew him all
my life as soon as we met you know, I remember that same night we ended up
linking up, we went out and we was cracking some heads already, so we was out there you
know wilding out and I ended up walking Kilo in and then he started his own lil chapter
Level was a name that was well known in the streets and at
different times we were looking for either gang fights or as a possible subject in an incident or a crime
his name will pop up all quite a few
eventually I met Corey which was Kilos little brother and we ended up
making him a Syndicate also at the time he was like 12 years old
Its all about that Syndicate hit-squad, IN/P killa, SouthBeach Killa, YLO killa, everybody killa f*** N**** representing to the fullest
I gad to be 13 going on 14, we had like two or three pistols on us a lot of people caught it boy, they caught hell man
we at the Syndicate Pa rk right now, this where it started off me
this where i got walked in at, I saw a lot of violations at this park a lot of
walkouts at this park, there’s a lot of things done it this park
there was alot of things done at this park, this park got a lot of history behind Syndicate
Ive been a straight fool thats all day brah, and black and gray but it aint the Raiders that i play for
when we talk about Syndicate, the black and the gray, it was blood in blood out
man that 1219 wasnt nothing to be played with, i seen a lot of n***** die for it
I’m a show you some of this Chronic we on, know what I’m saying? that true brain damage boa, that brain damage know what i’m saying?
bag full, know what i’m saying? we on that chronic dropping f*** n***** like IN/P know what im saying, IN/P-K till the mutha******* day
when i was 17 years old I moved to Leisure City which is up byHomestead, I ended up clicking up
with the IG’s over there, from that moment on we formed an alliance
we created a Savage City Gangstaz, before S.C.G. a lot of people don’t know this but we
used to call each other relatives so we pretty much we said Imperial and
Syndicate was the same gang, thats how tight we was and we always kept that bond
so Savage City Gangstaz was originally Latin Syndicate and imperial Gangsters
and the TNS came in there the LBB’s, Evil Nation, Zulu Nation and we
became a real big nation, and we was out there getting everybody
you know, we was getting money, was getting other other cliques and taking them out
a lot of evil happened man a lot of evil happened, you know, a lot of people
got shot, a lot of people died
mutha****** had drugs we would take that s*** from them, we had more guns than the cops
we had glocks 40 40, uzi’s 38’s, we had all type of s**** you know
and mutha****** know who was out there, you know them Syndicates, my boy level recruited everybody
he recruited me personally, when i was out there, you know i got deported back in 99
what they do? huh? yall know what it do baby boy, that’s what it do homie
what they really know bout gangstaz, what they really know bout gangstaz? 1219
12 19 production
at any given time being investigated by several of the agencies agencies at one time for home invasions
they can target the wrong house, they can target your house you know thinking that because you have a nice car outside
or you know because you live in a very nice neighborhood that
you know, you have drugs in your house
its a Saturday night too, no p**** n****s showed up yet
or no h***
so we going to have to do what?
bang some n****s up, search for some n****s, bang some n****s up
and put a led in they head so they be laying in a puddle of red
dead in a puddle of red
true that
and post up here every night and just kick it dawg, anybody came through this hood, got robbed, beat down
if you wasn’t from around here, you cannot step in this hood
click, clack
boom! (gun shot)
yeah n****
if you were an IN/P dawg you were hated, we despise you, we didn’t like you, and that’s it!
grew up ruff, grew up having to fight on every corner, fight on every corner you know going to store for your parents
sometimes you didn’t know if you were going to make it, try to find a homeboy to walk with you
it was set against set, it’s a shame because you know
you might not even be with it, but because of where you live you know
you’d either have to or flight
yeah, original IN/P International Posse member
our rivals were IG’s, Latin Syndicates, YLO’s and TNS’s
SouthBound, Latin Kings, Carol City, yup
47ave boys, Carol City Lynch Mob
my name is Robert, im known on the streets as Nica Bobby
and in the summer of 1988 as i was going to MacArthur South Senior High i met a new group of people and that when i joined IN/P
whats up, that old school pimp, old school pimp from Cutler Ridge
Cutler Ridge
all day!
Miami’s true dirty south
i gotta give props to Homestead, old school, all my n****s
1986 and up, 1986 and up
my name is Ruben Saldana
my name in Miami down here use to be known as old school IN/P Master Splinter
my goal was the same as hundreds of
other IN/P’s down here in Miami and that was to eliminate Level
my most rival enemy happen to be Level
Level and I have several things in common from back in the days
first thing being that we both became the leaders of homegrown Miami gangs
I’m not talking about imported Chicago gangs, LA gangs, New York gangs, we did our thing here in Miami here in Miami
and by him being the leader of the opposition and me vice versa being the leader of the opposition
that made us number 1 enemies
Savage City Gangsters was formed you know what im saying? we became a family, we united
and where ever we went we had n****s running
King killer Queen thriller baby
so you know you can step to me when ever you feel too
its only logic and knowledge that i step to you like this, know what im saying?
im a true Insane mutha****** that dont give a s*** about your a***
that’s what I’m saying, whats your set? my set is Vice President, whats really happening?
true Imperial Gangster Nation, whats up with that? Folks
and the miracle that i found that Level did was some kind of way he United all three of those nations under
him to fight us and it worked cause they rose, and if they rose he rose
on top of what they rose on and we went down
you shoot me, I shoot you. you kill me, I kill you, you know body counts was going up
it was alot of drive-bys and shoot us and by us being kids, and I’m gonna make that clear
we were a bunch of silly kids, we were kids, but it was a deadly game a lot of
people lost their lives there’s people doing life in prison right now
yeah we used to go through it with IN/P man, shoot outs and s***
whats your set dawg?
my n**** aint nothing but this right here, true
these guys come into this town and they want to start trouble, well they’re gonna
have to start it with us cause it’s not gonna be tolerated, especially when they start shooting at police officers
and this one night, them IN/Ps pulled up, so you know that’s the other side
Level end up getting like a big brick or something and knocked the n****s window out
so the n**** go around the corner, he smash off then the n**** come back and started busting at us, plo, plo, plo, plo, plo, plo
it was like 7 or 8 people got shot, know what I’m saying? I still gotta bullet in my chest, one lodged in my leg right here
shot through my knee, know what im saying? n**** still here, we lost a lot of homies on the way
rest in peace Lil Von, Lil Snoop, Lil Jose
you know anytime anything happened to one of us, retaliation was a must, it was necessary, we had to go back within that
week and handle our business, it was part of our rules, it was on the book, book of Syndicate B.O.S.
he was involved in a gang that was very active in Dade County
they were frequent in the city of Miami in particular , the
Coconut Grove area, Little Havana area and pretty much every time we heard that
gang was in the area we would pretty much get ready to anticipate shootings, stabbings, fights, robberies, burglaries
they were very active in the nineties, and caused a lot of problems
know what im saying? Syndicate f*** n**** IN/P K till the mutha******* day
i remember we got jumped one night, one of my boys even got stabbed up
man but we came back and when we came back
we came back for some blood that night
it was back and forth homie
i feel like the only one that was winning was the devil, cause more lives was lost and more people in prison
the devil was having a field day
if Level tell me to go kill you I’d go do it, if Level tell me tell me to go burn your mama house down I’d go do it,
if Level tell me to just go ahead and walk through the funeral while somebody you know what i’m talking bout
we got beef with and spray up the whole funeral up, I’d go do it
here are kids who came out of families who went into a substitute family that is so strict and so harsh and does
not tolerate very much deviation, the rules are much tougher than societies rules
a violation is what we call a punishment for breaking a gang rules
one thing that kept everyone’s actions in line, was the consequences of a violation
discipline was an important factor and breaking the rules was not tolerated
let me tell you something about Level this about Level my n**** this is about my brother for 20 years
he wasn’t just a leader he was the godfather, strictest general, we had rules so many rules that
violations were very common, violations are when two or three guys
beat your *** for a minute or two depends on the seriousity of the violation
and many times we responded to the hospital and the reason why that kid was
there was because he tried to get out of the gang or even tried to join a gang
and he got beat up so bad that he ended up in hospital, so yeah pretty brutal
all I heard was Level, so I was like dang where this cat Level, you remember them
Syndicates that moved Homestead, you know their leader got locked up for
murder and now Level took over and he running everything bla bla bla bla
Levels name was the one that was all over the streets
the truth of what we used to say
back in the days myself and our fellow gang members was how in the hell did
this n**** come with three four cats in to our hood and we catching hell from these cats
it was an ongoing war between the IN/P’s and the Syndicates
and um back then on Level would fight but they were known for some artillery and they
were given the biggest gang in Miami at that time which I was a member of all
the hell we needed, in our chapter where we were founded at
i got shot at up on the highway by some guys throwing up Latin Syndicate
and about a month later I ran into them in our neighborhood and we got into this big
shootout in the middle of the street, I jumped in this car cause the
gun had jammed on me, and as we drove off they were shooting at us with high powered
assault rifles, the car was just completely shot out, the windows were
blown out, the tires were all flat, so we had to open the doors and jump out, we had to
take off running, you know hiding behind houses and stuff
if you ain’t claim Syndicate then you had to lay down or get down
all i know is when i was out here growing up with Level, in the hood
we was like the military out in this b****
we was out here regulating s***, n***** wasn’t running up talking about nothing
we was trying to chase that money and we was getting it n****
he turned me on to a lot you know the crack game way back in the 90s
Syndicate n****, look how them boys doing it
look how these boys doing it, we don’t give a f*** right here in broad daylight dawg
let off like 10 shots dawg, you serious? let off some mutha******* shots
(gun shots)
we had everything, we had guns, pipe bombs and we used to go put it work heavy, I did a lot
of horrible things in my life I ended up catching attempted murder charges at the age of 16
you were ready to shoot, you were ready to fight daytime, nighttime it just
didn’t matter that was just the lifestyle that we got adapted to
everytime something happened to me I retaliated
he would just knock the f*** out and after he’d knock you out
them boys would just stomp the f*** out of you, rob you, shoot you, straight the f*** up
that boy Level split a n**** so bad in the club, there was blood everywhere man you know what i mean
and that was Level, he was calm but he ain’t give a f***
get that timing wrong that’s one thing about him
yeah man i remember my n***** Level had a problem over here n**** shooting at him
I took cover behind a big green dumpster and he was shooting
at me and by the time I started shooting back I stuck my hand out the side to
not get hit, I started dumping, I look and he’s running I started chasing him and I
unloaded a whole clip, he hit the floor and he rolled on the floor I thought he was dead
Level was the man, Level wasn’t the nice guy you all know
they ended up snitching on me, I’m back in jail
so Level came in and I remember him taking somebody off the bunk,
cause that’s how it was, you know my homeboy my brother came in, you know you gotta hit the floor
there was no arguing, Level got the bunk
i remember the first time i met him I understood why his name was Level, I had previously represented him a long
time ago in an aggravated assault with a firearm case, took some depositions and
did some discovery, I ended up getting the case dismissed
I think I had represented Level on a couple other cases after that, I remember
having discussions talking about his life and police gangs and everything and
I do remember him getting a little mad sometimes and all I can think of was
I don’t want to be on the other end of that
me and Corey became best friends to, know what I’m talking bout, we’ll cal Level up and Level would tell us
y’all go to Coco walk, anybody y’all see who don’t claim Syndicate, beat they a**, so that’s what we’d do
I think each one of us regret something in life, you know what i mean
regret probably the wrong choices dawg you know what I mean, that put you in a bad predicament
today you know what I mean, but as regret like that
I think I put myself in that predicament doggy
everything i did, i did it for a reason dawg
well Jeff we’re talking about a dozen alleged gang
members from three different gangs and police say what they were doing was
banding together to go on these violent crime sprees, well local police and state
and federal agents banded together themselves for their takedown and when
they did that they say they came face to face with police impersonators and a
very heavy arsenal, happier days from the photo albums ah but this nights pictures
were mug shots a dozen alleged leadership types from three violent
street gangs and an arsenal of firepower
a 7.62 assault rifle
let me go back to the begining, this f****** rat from our own gang, flipped the script
brings ATF DEA gang unit to the hood, and those years man 97, 98
they we’re doing a task enforcement investigation around Miami, they were cleaning up anything that had to do with gangs dawg
there was these cats that they wanted uh, they wanted us to go hit a house with like
50 kilos of cocaine, so I went in I met up with them cats and dude asked me
I’ll never forget the dude asked me you ever killed anybody, and he ain’t even know me
so automatically I’m like looking at him like what, like homie you don’t even know
me why you asking me that and he was like because we got to know if you ready
Level comes into picture because he was going to come with me to do that stick up
they did a cold Donnie Brasco in my case, know what i mean
i was working with a cop not knowing he was a cop and he almost infiltrated the whole gang
i pulled him to the side and I’m like yo this dude a cop, and he’s like nah dude’s not a cop he
snorted cocaine in front of me , this and that I said i don’t care dawg dude is the police
the police, straight-up police bruh
one thing led to another was selling guns
and this and that and powder
until he tried to set me up with doing a stick up with 50 kilos of cocaine, that was a deal
and um Level was supposed to come with me
I said I’m out homie, I don’t want nothing to do it, if I would have said I was in
I would’ve been gone just like all of them
a week later I see my homeboy on the news, dudes show up to hit the lick and
they got raided like by 50 undercover federal agents they came out all over the news
the day that i woke up, i thought i was going to get me some good money man
took me straight down to the feds, plead out from go
out of 15 i did 11 years 3 months and 12 days dawg and that was a plead
the turn around in my heart came about looking at the death penalty in
prison and either the death penalty or two life sentences for a couple of
murder cases first-degree premeditated murders, I realized how many of these
dudes at some of them had my back, some of them were wild on streets loud mouths
bout it bout it, till it came at looking at life and death and the snitches
prospered so I realized I was actually keeping it real to a lifestyle that was almost fictitious
I had a bunch of other homies that went down for all the murders that
were happening, all the shootings all the
robberies that they were doing, selling drugs so a lot of people were gone like
a lot of people died a lot of people went to prison so a lot of people was
gone so by that time a bunch of new soldiers got recruited and it was a
couple of old cats but it was a whole bunch of new faces
i remember when i first got my AR-15, I called the AR-15, I called him Level
Level he was the headman so you know I’d do anything for Level man I’d go kill a n****
and you know that basically, you know what I’m talking bout, we were terrorizing everything
snatching pocketbooks and you know just acting buck f****** wild
i remember back in the days, when i was jumping out the window
trying to take my first hit on an IN/P or whoever
no cry baby’s allowed, Syndicate boy, Syndicated related gangsters dawg
I give Level all respect man, you feel me? to the bone
bro it was like the real main reason of my success in me doing this music s***
he was the first one to put me in the studio, first one put me on camera you feel me?
the first one to take me out the mutha******* hood, so my n**** i give all salute to my n**** Level
that n**** there is a real n**** to the bone
he took me away from this s*** here you feel me? he took me places that I never think I’d be able to go
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most of his friends are dead some of his friends are in wheelchairs
and the rest of them are in jail serving life sentences
another soldier that’s gone is Derek, Derek had like nine lives we used to call him nine
lives Derek because Derek had been shot multiple times and he would always live
even got shot point-blank range a car rolled up on him he got shot three times
in the chest by a leader of another gang Derek
fell out his eyes were rolling back on the floor and bro Derek did not die he
did not die he survived that he survived getting stabbed in the neck
another time he got shot at his penis another time he got shot he got shot up
again and lived it was crazy Derek ends up dying from an overdose
if you’re ready to get into the gang and handle your business
then accept what comes with that you’ll be seeing death prison or just this
my brother kilo G died April 5th 2004 that’s how I became a Syndicate, through my brother
my brother was nothing but the truth that was a real Syndicate man
my brother just had an energy, my brother liked fighting that’s how he linked up with Level
man he loved fighting, that was all his life, he woke up every day looking for a fight
Kilo ended up getting killed by the Opa-locka
police, I think the day before they had jumped out on him or something and dude
was acting it was acting like he was a basehead and he was asking Kilo for some
dope or whatever and then Kilo ended up dropping him, from what I heard they did
the dude was our undercover cop then they came back the next day and they jumped
out on him and they just smoked him dawg
I’m dedicating this one to my n**** Level
real n**** street n**** I met him from my cousin, my big cousin my big
brother n**** Kilo! got killed in front of my door by them b**** a** crackers
we relate to them as the crackers but that don’t necessarily mean
any type of racism, crackers is just a uniform itself
when they killed Kilo they took the piece of moon dawg, that was my brother
we use to always post up in Opa-locka God bless the dead, my brother Kilo and Ruption
i remember a lot of times going though gun play with different gangs
this where Gus Rahming was murdered by Victor Gil
i remember your name, I will never forget your name
anybody who talk about Opa-locka gotta see this s*** right here boy
seeing is believing, you gotta see it, you n***** lying on your f******* records
I’ve never seen you in the hood boy,
and im going to call names! mutha******* Rick Ross! Rick Ross you say you the boss of Dade County
p**** n**** you dont even wanna come find me
we are now in the APT’s n****, Afganistan n****
Choppa-Locka you underdig? rest in peace to my lil n**** Ruption, free Don Juan, rest in peace KIlo
niggas no bout that block man, Syndicate n****, one thing niggaz know bout that Syndicate, that F.O.D. we the Opa-locka Syndicates my n**** real s***
you know how many b****** dun got shot right here boy? huh? do you know how many b****** got shot here?
listen, i don’t even much f****** know, this where i first got off at
my brother died here, my baby cousin died here, and I’ll them n***** sleep in peace
and y’all know what? get that s*** ready for me, when i die, put 1000 bullets in my casket
n**** we going to war, cause the devil ain’t going to win this s***
see the 1219, thats in my f****** blood rest in peace to Gusto, he gave me much love
he died on these streets, i sacrifice any n**** wanna see me n****
I’ll take they life right at night and right at day
and every time when you see me on the grind, specifically 5.9″ young n****
my lil cousin Rupt, ok my brother was the oldest Rupt was the youngest
Rupt, Ruption was real smart and smooth and Rupt loved making money
my little cousin had all kind of artillery man
lil cuz was off the chain with it but he was real cool and
collective man and um he passed in the same apartment building in Opa-locka my brother passed in
he was gunned down
i wasn’t there but from what i was told, couple of dudes, i don’t know, who ever they was, who ever they is
one of the jits that use to be in his house got kidnapped when he went outside
n***** kidnapped my lil homeboy, you feel me? and brung him to this door
you can still see the imprints of the bullet holes
you still see the imprints of bullet holes
they brung him to this door and made my lil homeboy, he was about maybe 11 or 12 at the time
they made him knock on the door, my brother opened the door
cause you know he looked through the peep hole so he seen my lil homie you feel me?
there was a peep hole right here, the one is covering it
so he opened the door but as he opened the door he saw them AK’s
on the side like coming up and he slammed the door shut and started shooting out
so he just got off, plo, plo, plo, plo
and when he started shooting out they shot right in, they shot right in and they had vests on, they were covered
with ski masks, gloves they kicked in the door and they were just shooting they started shooting everybody
n***** ran the house ripped the whole crib up
the homie that ran out of bullets ran and dove in the bathtub
they ripped the whole tub up, ripped the whole crib up, you feel me?
Rupt got executed man, they stood over him and shot him twice through his body
my other homie jumped out the window
when he jumped through the window in the living room, they started shooting at him from across the street
they hit him, boom, boom, boom
these APT’s i been here for 20 years strong man and i’ve seen nothing but tragedy
we real round chea, i dun seen everything that is everything from round here
from dope selling to murders, from the police coming round here and killing my n*****
to n***** that supposed to be so-called homeboys, and offed my dog
my lil n**** sat up there and strapped me on his back like we was in Afghanistan!
none of homeboys are left from back in the days none of them probably like 1 or 2
everybody’s gone, everybody, and that’s the life of a gangster man straight up
ain’t no future in it
Kool-Rock loved to stab people
and he loved to pop-off on people, i remember Kool-Rock popped off on this dude that was with us
just for taking a drink out of his quart Firecracker was so drunk they was actually
walking him in the clique, it was wild man i remember that day
i didn’t go to work that day I just got out of prison, when I left the barbershop um
I usually went straight down the main ave and that day i didn’t, i don’t know why
i went by the back street, and when I was getting closer to the main avenue again
a car pulled up next to me and was like yo Kool-Rock check this out man whats up bro this and that
and i pulled up next to them (bang, bang) you know he pulled out a gun and he shot me
he shot twice boom, boom, he shot me here, it went in this one and came out right there
then another one right here right here
it came out through there, and im still walking, Syndicate n****
i been shot about four times since i was a jit till now, now four different times
i ain’t tell nobody on nobody, I was on that you feel me?
now a month later, the guy that supposedly shot me here, he got shot
and he’s paralyzed now and he was telling the next day, after the next day he was in a
machine just spinning around in circles, he got shot in the back of the head, that’s what the cops told me
and he blamed it on me and Level and I hadn’t even Level for like two or three weeks
saying that me Level chased him down, it was all fake stories I was going to work the next day
and when they figured it was all bull**** they came back to the station and let me go
after hours of being asked questions
one thing fosr sure like I always say when we had a lot of tragedies and we just unfortunately had
another tragedy, you know I’m saying, it’s crazy right now
on how things go on and how life perceive itself and how people perceive they self
you know what I’m talking bout?
i wanna say my condolences to the families that have to go through this here
you know what I’m talking bout?
and the word of God says in Romans 8:28 he will make all things work for the good for those that love him
and what happened so tragic is that this brother did not die in vain
that what happened so tragic is penetrating the hearts of many people
that people will start doing the inventory on their lives
and see that life is not promised, we can go at any time
we can go at any moment
so we must cast down any idle, anything that exalts itself over the Word of God we must bind it
and cast it down right now because this brother did not die in vain
right now through this what happen so tragic will bring people closer to the cross
will bring people to the ultimate source which is Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior
I believe that this brother is in heaven and I want y’all to hold on to your faith
faith moves mountains, faith conquers giants
faith is everything and if y’all have faith and y’all come into agreement right now that
those brother is in heaven, I believe in a merciful God I believe in the grace of
God, because I would not be here if he didn’t have amazing grace
i keep on getting this image of him with his tears rolling down saying, I’m sorry mama, but im telling you today baby that i forgive you
i forgive you for everything, your the love of my life and i want you to go straight to Heaven
you have nothing to regret
you made my life full and i love you always through the thick and thin
may you rest in peace baby boy
they hit the corner right now while we flipping and you’ll see 20, 30, 40, 50 of them things
right now, this s*** goes down
you heard me? and that’s G s*** you better mutha******* listen boy this s*** here is real
once I roll this up and holla at my lil fool Level and them boys slide, im gone man
y’all better do the same thing, y’all watching this and trying to play a fool while y’all watching this on on B.E.T
or Discovery channel while I’m really living this s***
when my daughter was born, I saw the meaning of life, I told myself I had to really slow
down cause I was really wilding out robbing, shooting, straight demonic stuff man
so I opened up a barber shop to try to make a legit living to be a good father
but at that time, I really didn’t know how to let that gang life go
it was my normality man, I was so blind I didn’t realize that I could have been
gone in the instant like many of my homies that passed away in that life
that’s real talk man God had Amazing Grace on me, some years later I started
bare knuckle fighting, it was the only way to make legit fast money man
we was out here fighting with socks and ductape around the knuckles
and if you didn’t fight you couldn’t come out your house
you know what I mean when I say I seen him fight a lot of people, that mean they ain’t
have a opportunity to fight back, that boy hit hard with the left and the right
you want to get caught by nam one of them you feel me?
what you got going on today Kimbo? whats your predictions buddy
we letting them boys do they thing man you know how it is, everyday a n**** gotta eat, you feel me?
another day another dollar
man we use to fight in the hood for combat training, so my actual first bare-knuckle fight that was recorded I say was like
in 2003 2004 which was with Kimbo Slice but before that i had hundreds
of fights man, undefeated fought the karate man knocked him out of seven seconds and just kept fighting you know
your a** outta there man, i dun seen him knock out a lot of people, put em to sleep, night night baby its over
so it was true Kimbo, Kimbo your boy is alright huh? your boy Level is something else
after that i went and hooked up with the homie Dada
and started fighting in his yard and just kept fighting and fighting
I did this one 27-minute fight, famous fight man hopefully I get that tape one day if they release it
when he was fighting Silvio, i mean he hit Silvio about 100 times in 4 or 5 seconds
that was nothing for me man that was like second nature because I’ve been in all
kind of stuff ever since I was a jitterbug
so right now we’re in Perrine, West Perrine home of the head-busters
this is the backyard this right here is where it all goes down
yeah i got into the rap game and started doing gangster music, I would feel like this presence of this of this
demon over me man and I didn’t realize that that music had a lot of demonic
influence, it was a lot of demonic like forces involved with the music
i Level them out yeah i elevate i got them hands boy now watch me demonstrate
he caught Jun, man i dont know what he caught Jun with but i know Jun’s collar bone was broke
he broke his collar bone, Jun had to go to the hospital later on that night
hes just a warrior you know, he got the perfect anthem, he come out and he get it done
a lot of people talk about it but i can really say that Level is about it
when I first seen Level fight I was like whoa this guy right here he’s special he’s of a
different cloth, everybody else is sheets you know these guy is like a cover of
quilt thicker material, you know I mean his motto is go hard or go home
and he definitely go hard
when you look at hand to hand combat
these guys fought wars in this 12×12, if this ring could speak, how many individuals
got knocked out you know you could stack at least 150 to 200 bodies on top of each other
where we from you know it’s do or die you gotta get it by any means
necessary you know im from Perrine rainbow, he used
to come to the hood you know, him the clique everybody shout out Corey, everybody used
to come, Jit you know the Syndicates everybody used to come, he’ll hit me up
who you know down there that wanna bump? you know wanna fight
like I’ll put some money up right now
when you look at fighting this is something that we growed up doing right
you had to be a fighter just to survive inside South Florida this is a side of
Miami that they don’t talk about you know, the have-nots the individuals
that got to go on without they got to make do
they got to sit things aside until they can come back and when
they’re in a better position you know financially you know it’s hard over here
and when you can do better then you’ll understand you know that everything that
you went through is don’t kill you you know it’s only gonna make you tougher
Jeremy’s a tough guy but he took a beating inside that ring, you know cause a lot of
people look at you know backyard guys as different individuals and they think
that they don’t deserve to be here, but guess what every time we step in to the ring
and he wins and at the end of the fight his hand is held, he proves them
wrong and wrong and wrong and they’re gonna constantly come out to see you know I’m
saying him lose but I don’t think it’s gonna happen no time soon
we’re true warriors we’re the definition you know of warrior you know and this
type of stuff here you don’t have to sell it you present it and it sells itself
when he fights you know he just don’t fight you know this guy he makes
statements inside the ring like it doesn’t matter you know whereI came from
is about where I’m at and I’m gonna prove that I’m no different than none of
the other guys who was raised up inside this from the ground up
i went there and I saw his fights, was like a backyard fights and everything
It wasn’t professional that’s okay but I went there and I saw that a lot of heart
my partner said Cesar Carneiro he spoke to me there was a guy that was
a backyard fighter that he wanted to join the team and he was very popular and he
want to become a professional fighter
Level strong as f*** man he’s quick, know what im saying? i gotta a lot of love for him he’s gonna do good
he’s very strong natural strength even the guys his size he can surprise them with his
strength, when he gets people against the cage against the wall and he locks his
hands like this, man he’s very strong I’m telling because I train with him
see coming from the streets you have no fear to fight anybody you know them saying? so when
you learn mixed martial arts and already having a heart like
Level have I mean he will do good as hell you know he’ll probably end up
doing better than me so you know we all do support each other be
from the same hood so you know we eating together we making money together down
this is a guy who is absolutely brutal on his feet this is a guy to keep our eyes on we
don’t know a lot about Bounmy Somchai other than he’s got definitely a couple
of brass ones get in there with Rene, I’m telling you he has a record of 127 and 3 as an amateur
in my first MMA fight man I remember I had straight tunnel vision and they say
my opponent had 127 plus fights with three losses that was nothing for me
though cuz I have 400 plus bare-knuckle fights on the streets man
undefeated I been through some situations that you couldn’t even
imagine so jumping in the cage that was nothing for me
making his pro debut, he weighed in at 169 pounds
fighting representing the MMA Masters of Miami, make some noise for your red corner Rene Level Martinez!
I remember the first fight that Level fought professional and he had a hard time to
make the weight man, he almost died in the sauna
well most cancel the fight because every every professional fighter go through
the same thing make weight as the first fight in every single professional
fighter they think is gonna be easy until they go through that
the crowd here at the Hard Rock Casino starting to chant the name Level
about 6,000 strong shouting your name that’s gotta pump some adrenaline through you
the raw talent on this kid is pretty clear that’s without question
let me tell you something about Level right Level is straight from the streets
he represents the heart Dade County he represents 305 to the fullest
if you from Miami you know Level and you gotta respect him, a good dude
good person and at the same time he knocks n***** out
thing about Level is that that impresses me the most is that I’ve been around some of the biggest and the best
athletes in the world when you talk about from basketball players to boxers
to any kind of sport football player I’ve never seen nobody so dedicated to
what they do like him, he eats like you know two slices of turkey a day he’s running
up mountains like all year round It’s not just for a fight he’s doing that today
he’s doing that ten months from now I think so for sure he’s gonna be a
champion he got what he needs he got the people support a beautiful family that
supports him all the time you know he got my support the rest
T.S. K.A.R. you know we behind him 1000% and you know I think he got what it takes
man I see nobody that could beat him yet
my relationship with Level started in 2011 I already heard about him you know through the internet and I
saw some of his street fights, he’s always been a hard worker since day one since he came
in he put the work and I’ve seen tremendous improvement and he’s earned
his brown belt which is one step away from the black belt level
which is very hard into Jiu-jitsu it’s not like other you know ranking systems that
you get maybe two three years and you got your black belt, it can take up to ten years
or more of training to get your black book jiu-jitsu so he’s done a really
excellent job you know he’s very focused and dedicated in getting better and he
puts the he puts to work in but yeah you go in the cage he’s not gonna be a
friendly guy he’s going in there to take your head off
you know yeah he brings the intensity you know always
Rene LevelMartinez definitely 305 across his chest cuz everyone knows even done here
in South Florida but he is now getting prepared for a fight internationally and
I’m talking about against boxer Ricardo Mayorga
they stepped to my coach and they said that Ricardo Mayorga was calling me out or whatever cause
he says I’m a street fighter from Miami so I’m like alright let’s do it let’s
do it and see what’s up
that street fighter description of you is no longer
true you’re a professional fighter
yeah there’s a lot of people underestimate me
because they see me as a street fighter but they don’t know what I haven’t
stopped training ever since I started and I’m a hard worker you know I grind everyday
now by fighting Ricardo Mayorga do you think that
you can pretty much stand for something saying listen don’t if you’re a boxer
don’t try to make your way into MMA this is what MMA is about we’ve seen it
in the past Randy Couture he fought a former boxer as well he taught him a
lesson but what about you what are you gonna stand for when it comes to MMA fighting a boxer
well I’m gonna teach him a lesson he won’t last more than
a minute and a half he won’t he won’t go past the first round
Level it’s gonna be an honor for you to represent us in Nicaragua, 305 is gonna be in Managua Nicaragua
when i got to Nicaragua it was all love man
the promotors asked me where do I want to go, so I said take me to the
worst hoods man I wanna give back and show love, they thought I was crazy
so I took a taxi with some homies from Miami that had been deported out there
went to the hood you know I’m saying just spread love man, no matter what
country or city or state wherever I’m at man I just love to
go to the hood and show love thats just me, I came from the hood
so I love to go back to the hood and show people that there is hope man, there’s a way out man
I plan to go back to Nicaragua real soon man but this time for my new real
mission in life to point them to the Father and build disciples of all
nations in a mighty name of Jesus Christ I wish I would have known then what I
know now but the Lord had an appointed time for me man and that time is now
so I fought Mayorga and just as I predicted, it didn’t go past the first round homie
it was a great victory, big name under my belt! money, fame I had all that man
but I was empty inside and i was mad at the world man
I felt like my body was possessed by a demon my whole life sometimes I would
look in the mirror while I was shaving and I just started looking at myself and
I wouldn’t even see myself It was like I was looking at a demon
somethimes when he was so angry I remember I would look at his eyes he wasn’t looking at you
it wasn’t to that night that I had that encounter with Jesus Christ man
the same way I had resentment he had anger and that anger created the monster that he
became ultimately then the leader of the Latin Syndicates in Miami Florida and it
was backed up by the demon the satan sent
I remember I was in the studio I was doing gangster music I remember I was writing lyrics and I was just like
writing all kind of wickedness it was a demon speaking through me man that night
I had an encounter with Jesus Christ man and he spoke to me man
and he told me I spared you for such a time as this either you come to me now
or I’m gonna take my hedge of protection off you and satan is gonna do what he
got to do with you and right then and there I knew that all that I went through
I knew that the reason I survived all that
they have pointed a gun and shot at him
and that bullet has gone straight to the side of him
countless times I got shot
at so much happen in my life
I think this night was even worse than the first
night because I had in my heart the need to surrender his life to Jesus Christ
and I knew that he spared me for such a time as this and when I heard his
voice that day i knew man it was time to surrender, I gave it all
up right then and there I got on my knees and started crying out to God
it’s like God started to work on me he started to shape and mold me probably
like a few months down the line King Carter ends up getting killed he ends
up getting killed in a drive-by man and it hurt me so much to see the way these kids be dying out here
I’m come from New Orleans you heard me? i come out here to talk about
what Jesus did in my life
February 20th a gun fight in a drug
soaked violence written apartment complex kills six-year-old King Carter jr.
there’s a murderous spirit out here, demons a territorial, when that happened
with that kid y’all gotta understand we not at war with flesh and blood we had a war with demonic pricipality
Saturday the focus was not on the suspects but on a
little boy whose life was cut short by violence too often seen in South Florida streets
I was a Latin King you heard me, a ranking member I should be doing life right now but God
so I dropped him off in the airport on Sunday I said bruh i ain’t got no like-minded
soldiers to go put it work with me for the kingdom what I’m gonna do?
man he started praying in the car
that was on Sunday, Thursday I end up meeting my brother
Alan Shepard on the beach man I was out there to feed the homeless because I was
out there trying to do stuff you know I just wanted to go give back because God
saved me from so much, man I was homeless I was robbing for food, I was eating outta dumpsters
I said man baptize me right now man we went to the beach
and he baptized me in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of my sins and
I received a gift of the Holy Ghost now I’m on fire for the Lord man
so now I go from prison to prison, project to project preaching repentance and
remission of sins in the mighty name of Jesus Christ man
flashing lights bullet holes and teddy bear memorials have become so common here in the
Liberty Square housing project ask any neighbor and they’ll point out multiple spots
around their homes where people were murdered
its, going to be 20 and 65 street, we have two officers shot
yo this your boy Level we out here in the Pork N Bean projects
about to do some street ministry you know, go spread the word
God is lining in his army up, you heard me
there’s an army rising up in up and that’s the army of the Lord
the pop marked walls of this section Liberty City’s complex known as the
Pork and Beans project show that whoever opened fire here meant business
Jesus Christ, i invite you into my heart, i will trample on serpents
i come against generational curses by the blood of the living God, Jesus Christ, amen
Hallelujah, Rene Level Martinez I used to be in these buildings a lot
seen some good good friends of mines get killed in here
here to give back and spread the love of Jesus Christ
right now we in Choppa-Locka
this APT’s man, Choppa-Locka, Afghanistan boy,
this is all the time you hear gunfire so it’s nothing out of the ordinary
dear Heavenly Father we thank you for another day Lord, thank you for your
blood, thank you for your mercy, thank you for your grace Lord for we don’t deserve what you’ve done for us Lord
I know you are watching this documentary man and my
message is man repent man, repent, be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ man
I pray that he continues to use me man and that I may go forth and just
continue to preach his word man I ask him to remove me and consume me and just
use me and manifest through me and to fill me up with His Holy Ghost on fire
so as I go from hood to hood that I could go and pull those out the pit the
same way He pulled me out of the pit and it’s not me man, It’s all him he gets
all the glory man Jesus Christ man I ain’t nothing man
I know this God hit me today, like this could be your last day Rip that’s when I hollered at bruh and said im ready to get in that water
Father Lord give each and every one of
these brothers in this circle a personal encounter with you in the late night
hours Heavenly Father speak to em give me dreams, give him visions Lord
my dog Level was showing people in his yard and everything, showing people that we can make it out the hood
manifest to us Lord, make our mouth a trumpet on these last days Heavenly Father
my dawg Level showed us a lot love around here
I now baptize you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of your sins and the gift of the Holy-Ghost
(speaking in tongues)
oh we speak upon you right now in the mighty name of Jesus Christ
man i called Loc up, i called Level man and told him what was going on this had to be
like 2:00 in the morning, Level me said pack all your clothes up there and I’m coming to get you man
you shall arise and be a minister, you shall arise and be a pastor
he came and got me
the Word of God shall shall ignite in you
like fire, when you speak chains will be broken
Level gave me the keys to his gym man, i will never forget this day
the Lord spared you for such a time as this
I was with you taking all kind of pictures thrown up the 1219 still repping
and that’s when he told me man you gotta let it go man, it’s over my brother
that’s that’s all the gang life leads to, either you gonna end up dead
you gonna end up doing life in prison or you you’re gonna end up in a wheelchair man
you know look at my homie little Tony man, learn from that bruh this Real Talk
I was the worst of the worst man, I was the leader of one of the biggest gangs
in Dade County man but now put that gang in a grave man it’s done it’s over with
man about baptized my brother Corey man and that was like the last original
Syndicate man and since that day on bruh it’s like we put syndicate in the grave man it’s done
that L.S. was that lucifer and satan man
right now we come against satan or any
plans or plots that he has on anybody’s life in this circle, we come against those
plans and plots right now in the mighty name of Jesus Christ
and I love him, you feel me? as a brother
if and if he did this to me, he could do this for anybody man trust me man
give us spiratual eyes and ears so we can see and hear you in Spirit and truth
God just took control over my life
thank you for sparing us Lord, even when we didn’t know we was being spared Lord, we’re grateful Lord
man you seen the documentary man you seen all the homies
that died man, half my homies are dead and the other half are doing life in prison
we got a family round here, that’s all we got
my mission in life is to keep going
forth from hood to hood prison to prison project to project building back the
walls a hope brick by brick line upon line showing everyone that if God did
this for me, he could do this for anybody it don’t matter where you came from
bruh, you are called to serve the Most High man Jesus Christ man you know I’m
saying it’s such a privilege and such an honor man to be given the authority and
the duty from God to build the temple of God in man
when you come up out of here dawg the
old you is gonna stay in this grave brother you gonna come out a new man
i now baptize in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins and the gift of the Holy-Ghost
this is only beginning for me thank you
Jesus, my friend knows that when i do something I’m gonna do it to the extreme
thank you Jesus, this is only way, this is only way
it took me 39 years to know that this is only way, thank you Lord that I found you before It was to late
i wanna close this documentary out with a prayer for the world man
dear Heavenly Father Lord I thank you for another day Lord
thank you for your blood, thank you for your mercy, thank you for your grace for
we don’t deserve what you’ve done for us Lord and I’m so grateful that you chose
me when I was nothing but a gangster and a thug Lord, but your word says you
chose the low things of the world father Lord I’m so grateful, I thank you for
everything Lord thank you for my wife, for my family, thank you for everyone
that has watched this documentary, I pray that if they’re going through a
situation and they’re going through that fire that they can see all things are
possible through you Jesus Lord how many of us know your word says that we will
go through that fire to get refined and purified so I tell everyone watching
this documentary to repent and be baptized in the mighty name of Jesus
Christ for the remission of your sins and I guarantee that the Lord will pull
you out that dark place your in, Father Lord give em spiritual eyes and ears so that
they may be able to see and hear you in Spirit and truth Lord, remove me and use me
so that I may be able to continue to walk this walk as you guide me so that your
light may shine through me and I may go forth to pull them out to pit the same
way you pulled me out to pit, and it’s not me I all you Lord, you get all the
glory Lord cause you manifest through me, you live in me, I pray the seed falls
on fertile ground and produces good fruit, and right now I come against satan and all
these evil demons any plans or plots that they might have to pluck out any
seeds that are being planted right now, we cancel those plans right now in the
mighty name of Jesus Christ we cast you coward devils out, we send you back to the
pits of hell were you belong, I plead the blood of Jesus Christ over everyone
watching this documentary I claim victory over everyone listening to my
voice right now, they say on the last days of trumpet will be sounded
today my voice is that trumpet, the Lord says if you hear my voice harden not your heart
don’t wait till this too late, I pray all this in the mighty name of Jesus Christ, amen
even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death
I will fear no evil

100 thoughts on “Real Life Gang Footage “The Warrior Level” Full Documentary! Witness The Power Of God!”

  1. Praise God for healing these men and women psychologically and emotionally! Praise God for calling His elect out of this evil lifestyle. It kind of seems like this video is using emotional pleading to convince people of Christianity. Just show how this lifestyle is inconsistent with God and what God has decreed and preach the gospel!

  2. I commend you level your life has been along wrong journey that you defeated the odds jail hell or death for you prosperity
    stay up and continue do the work

  3. Genuine testimony, not sugar coated and you can feel it. The good, the bad, and the ugly. Hes done a lot in his life but you can tell the best is yet to be done

  4. WOW I was lost….looking at this documentary if this man can change I know I could God bless your mine body and soul thank you🙏

  5. This niggas just stupid. How come white boys dont come out bad like this. Let me guess cause they dont have it bad.

  6. Yooooo that straight Hulk slam at 16:25 is so brutal….good god.

    Solid doc though homie, really really dig it and I spread the link around to the close homies for them to see it too. True, real life, actual gang life…all these kids rappin about it like they're so G and actin like they just sit back and nothing but stuffed bank accounts, supercars, big houses, and non stop women come knocking on the door and it all falls into their lap…let some junior high and high school kids watch this and i bet it turns some kids views away from the gang life.

    Keep Killin it tho my G, you're doing awesome

  7. WTF think of alal the people who would NOT have suffered had this asshole died in that early car accident. And his mother, with total disregard for all the suffering he caused after the crash, calls it an act of God that he survived! And the people in the…you people are all fucking idiots beyond belief. Had there been any God involved in this, this asshole would have died BEFORE he and his fellow fucktards killed that first innocent guy in that first car chase. You, your psychopathic mother, and all the 'homies' you grieve for, you should all burn in fucking hell!

  8. I love ur work keep it up! God is good! And oh so Powerful to do to us and impact us like no gang, drugs, big homies ever could he is the only real big repent wake up share the message!

  9. Great documentary..salute 2 the warrior Level much luv brother and congrats on making it and changing yo life around g much respect

  10. So I tryied to reach out to you on FB My dude told me to friend request you on FB you never aceppected me so I said your fake then you responded I need prayer thats why I said that but I guess I ant nothing you just damed me to he'll and block me thanks yeah I needed God but I guess your to busy putting me down Ronnie James Quinones is my boyfriend its ok you have a grate life I won't speck to you sorry bro good bless you anyways ok

  11. This was interesting and I bet loads of people as well as the cops thought he could never change. It must hit him hard that friends are still being killed and others are serving life for gang activities years ago ,good luck to him.

  12. excellent video.I enjoyed seeing it.
    Stay on .subscribed to your channel.
    I would be glad about it when you support me as well 🙂 ❤&✌

  13. Proud of you my brother ! and to be and be part of your Journey God bless you #MrTricks #TEAMHEAVY

  14. Damn this was good story a real warrior 🙏🏻 still made good decisions after all that. Tough guy.

  15. Keep it going Rene.! it’s real in you. Eat the word and grow! Rene join up with Adam from team Jesus. No one will grow you and back you up like that guy. He is in Florida also. So is Wild Bill for America. Move beyond what’s around you. There are so many more traps in your path. God bless! I’ll give you his number. Mine is 403-333-3640. I’ve watched you since your first back yard fight. Join up with SEVIN.

  16. Best OG docco that I've ever seen! Cheers Level u legend. Glad u made it out. Hopefully u inspire some more people to do the same

  17. what a great documentary. I remember living in Pompano when the crack epidemic came about and how it changed everything in the hoods.

  18. Out of all those hoods he mention he did not mention little Haiti That tells you how much power d’s Zoe‘s got

  19. These docs usually glorify n have a bad ending thank god and only god yours didn't end like that bc he has a purpose for your life

  20. Amazing WONDERFUL thank You LORD JESUS CHRIST Our AWESOME GOD. You are Almighty AMEN. Saint JOHN c14v6. REVELATION c1v8. AMEN. AMEN to the beautiful Prayers in Our Father's name Lord Jesus Christ Amen.

  21. Dear level I wish you can come visit my church iron horse fellowship Virginia 414 s battlefield boulevard Chesapeake


  23. Makes sense a gang member ends up been a jesus freak..They are all basically dumb followers without the confidence or social skills to live in the actual world ..There's a whole planet out there n ppl are happy to have their world be a few blocks they don't even own and are willing to kill for it and die for basically nothing…Anywhere else ppl grow out of gang shit by the time your 18..watching grown men still doing stupid pointless bollox is pathetic.and a total waste of a life…same as blindly following a book of rules written 2000yrs ago

  24. Hey what's up level I like to get to know you as a minister is there a way that I can do an interview with you

  25. I aint never believe in no jesus n im still in dis bich most my homiez dead but i do believe da 😈 run rap n create poverty..

  26. That's why I have sacrificed a SUPER active social life….to make sure that my youngest son is a solid individual… I was young when I had my oldest….and I made mistakes….but I learned from them….both of them are GREAT human beings…

  27. Those were some of the most powerful and real prayers that I've ever seen or heard. 100% real. Not fake. Not for money. Hallelujah Jesus.

  28. Thank you brother! Most powerful redemption, transformation and testimony i've ever seen, praise the Father!

  29. these guys are just complete retards, just a group of idiots with guns running around like kids and calling themselves gangster, they dont even know how to talk

  30. I literally have tears in my eyes and the angels are rejoicing in heaven. God bless you and your ministry my fellow brother in christ

  31. God bless you brother. This is one of the best documentaries.. showing the rise and fall.. and everything that comes with the gang life. Inspiring, jesus loves you

  32. 63% of youth suicides are from fatherless homes (US Dept. Of Health/Census) – 5 times the average.
    90% of all homeless and runaway children are from fatherless homes – 32 times the average.
    85% of all children who show behavior disorders come from fatherless homes – 20 times the average. (Center for Disease Control)
    80% of rapists with anger problems come from fatherless homes –14 times the average. (Justice & Behavior, Vol 14, p. 403-26)
    71% of all high school dropouts come from fatherless homes – 9 times the average. (National Principals Association Report)

    AND THE KICKER!!!!!!
    70% of youths in state-operated institutions come from fatherless homes – 9 times the average. (U.S. Dept. of Justice, Sept. 1988)
    85% of all youths in prison come from fatherless homes – 20 times the average. (Fulton Co. Georgia, Texas Dept. of Correction)

    so where are the MEN!!!!

  33. I love you so much level for this and your ministry, the holy spirit gives us unconditional love for our brethren God bless you and everyone you have had the lord Jesus has touched in Jesus name amen.

  34. God spared you my brother.. I lost fam and friends due to the Gang life here in Chicago and glad you are still here and living Godly loved one!✊

  35. Can you comE to my neighborhood Level??,,I've got a small hand full of homies and loved one's I desperately need to get in that water also my son and myself need to be babtise in the MIGHTY NAME OF JESUS CHRIST AMEN🕆🙏🕆🙏🕆,

  36. Saw you on Combat America. I'm like shit that's the homie. Keep fighting bruh You got the spirit of your ancestors watching, big Kimbo watching. Make em all proud. SouthFLA stand up. Thanks for sharing so they know this shit ain't all palm trees and beaches

  37. I respect this on all types of levels . can relate very well to all of this. Much respect and love . may god continue blessing you and those around you
    . Beautiful thing you doing out here. In jesus name , amen .

  38. Level thank you for showing me the light my brother. I have been fighting some demons all my life from the streets to personal issues. But tonight as I lay in bed next to my wife and kids. With tears in my eyes I know its time to let him in.

  39. Matthew 7:21-23. Not everyone who says to me, “Lord, Lord,” will enter the kingdom of heaven, but the one who does the will of my Father who is in heaven. On that day many will say to me, “Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in your name, cast out demons in your name, and do many mighty works in your name?” And then I will declare to them, “I never knew you; depart from me, you workers of lawlessness.”

  40. Level,,,at the beginning of your Documatary i was realy pist to see all this gang Shit but I loves the Ending… Im glad ur over with that Shit…
    Keep helping all those people and hopefully around the world..God be with you.. Saludos from Brownsville Texas..Im a Gulf Cartel Member but its enough for me..

  41. Great video ! What a story ! Hopefully a lot of us learn from this doc. Jesus is the only way !

    All men are under the power of sin (3.9-12). Worse, Paul goes on to explain that no one can redeem himself by means of righteous living (3.19-20). Fortunately, however, God has provided a means of escape: Jesus Christ has died for the sins of mankind, thereby satisfying the demands of God's justice and enabling reconciliation with God (3.21-6). By means of his atoning death salvation is made available as a gift to be received by faith.

  42. hey level, ive never been a gangbanger but im guilty as charged by God Almighty. Thank God he drew me to Jesus my saviour at ten years old. Im older now, and i dont really know what God has planned for my life but i know he watches over me wherever i go. see you in Heaven Bro Level. So happy you found the Lord. We are all guilty sinners, only Jesus blood cleanses us and frees us. God bless you and your ministry…ill b praying for you.

  43. My Lord has saved and spared my life on earth time after time. Thank you Lord Jesus I love you. And after this life we shall meet, rejoice together forever.

  44. Amazing testimony brother! Fascinating!iiii

    I wish you could talk to these young people in our small rural county, that think drugs, alcohol, and theft are cool and the only way, when GOD is the ONLY WAY!

    I wish you the best on your mission for God!

    I'm still in awe of your life story and testimony, beautifully made documentary.

    May our father continue to bless you all the days of your life…. !!!!

    "RICO SUAVE " …


  46. And this dude fake foolish shit fake and full of shit do you things you don’t want to be then this guy is 100% fake and full of shit

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