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Boston men charged with using gun, Facebook Live to threaten Weymouth teen

NBC Boston reports the arrests of two men from Hyde Park and one from Dorchester. All are alleged H-Block gang members.

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Maaaarty.....H-Block is still alive and kicking. Just thought I'd remind you. Can your power seat do something about it?

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Don't you mean Biiiiiillllllll!!! As in Weymouth Mayor Bill Hedlund?

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Booooob, as in Weymouth Mayor BOB Hedlund?

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The "H-Block" is nothing more than a rebranding of the Humboldt Raiders. I remember them back in the 1980s. Oh, the did a lot more than threatening people. Google Tiffany Moore some day. Heck, you might be surprised to find out that Mark Wahlberg used to have a musical group called Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch. The did a song mentioning the death of young Ms. Moore.

So, if Mayor Flynn couldn't get rid of them and Saint Tom of Readville left office with gang activity still active, what do you expect from a guy who was a teen when the Raiders got started?

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Tiffany Moore wasn't killed by the "Raiders." They were being targeted by another group and she happneded to be in the area with almost 100 other people.

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Suspicion was that the Giants had something to do with it, due to the feud. 30 years ago.

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Uhhhh not the Giants either. They were feuding with castle gate during those times.

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I can imagine the residents at the apartment complex in Weymouth were thrilled to learn that H- Block gang members were rolling through their parking lot with a weapon - looking for trouble.

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Because Weymouth's own drug vendors are such quality folks?

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Please. These h-Block gang members are not just low level drug dealers peddling their wares in a suburban town. These guys went to Weymouth with murderous intent.
But stay in your little world of fantasy!

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"They pled not guilty during their arraignnent (sic) Wednesday in Quincy District Court and were ordered held without bail pending their next court date."

Holy cow. Whooda thunk?

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This is false. Do not spread lies and false information if you are not there to witness it. I I attended every court date.

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Your beef isn't with anyone here. Clink the link in the story. NBC Boston (it's Telemundo's English language station) reported it.

But hey, tell us, what was the bail amount for these 3 fine individuals?

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