May 27, 2011 in Blog
So, Santre Sanchez Gayle sold his freedom for £10 a year for the next 20 years and won the dubious reputation of being a contract killer at 15. Shocking though it is that his hirers could use one so young to commit a cold blooded murder on their behalf, it was surely a matter of time before people like Santre were seen by those elements as suitable assassins to be used by criminals of any ethnicity. After all, business is business. It knows no colour.
Ever since the 1950s, drug barons have used our young and older men to peddle anything from cannabis to cocaine to destroy others if not themselves. Today, they use them as hired gunmen, convinced that they have had enough practice killing one another, or killing innocent people to earn their spurs within some ‘gang’ or other, to qualify as dependable contract killers. Read the rest of this entry →