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Clayton County Sheriff's Office, GA
Thursday February 22nd, 2018 :: 06:19 p.m. EST

Sheriff Victor Hill’s “Operation Wakanda” Removes The Brim Bloods Gang From Clayton County!

Yesterday, was a family reunion for the Brim Bloods gang when they all found themselves in the same cell charged with the Georgia Street Gang Act at the “Hill ton”.  There were no barbecue, wine, women, and nor were the O’Jays playing in the background at this reunion arranged by the Sheriff.  The mood was more than grim.


The leader of the Brim Bloods, Josiah Lee aka “Gwala”, was on Sheriff Victor Hill’s Top Ten Most Wanted for murder over a year, and was captured last week in Texas February 9th.  Gwala shot a man 6 times killing him after the man came looking for his possessions that the Brim Bloods stole from him after they had broken into his home.  


As soon as Gwala was captured, members of Sheriff Victor Hill’s Special Forces were hard at work making sure all 6 of his gang members were in jail just in time so that they could greet him when he arrived at the “Hill ton”.   Gwala’s Brim Bloods gang aided in his evasion of the law for the past year, and were all charged with Hindering the Apprehension of a Fugitive in addition to the State Gang Act. The Brim Bloods could face up to 20 years on these charges alone.


Yesterday, members of the elite Fugitive Squad extradited Gwala back to Clayton County from Texas.  Gwala was surprised to find out that all of his gang members had been locked up and sharing a cell waiting for his arrival.   The band was not playing and no high fives were exchanged when Gwala was placed in the cell with his Brim Bloods.  They all were too busy facing the wall.


In the past, Gwala and his Brim Blood gang members would pose for photos on social media with guns and drugs bragging about being “about that life”.  They posted videos rapping about how proud they were to be gangsters, and had tagged Clayton County as their “Jurassic Park”.  The Brim Bloods were so bold that they even had t-shirts printed that cannot be shown here indicating that they were not worried about dealing with Sheriff Victor Hill.  The arrogance was completely gone when the Sheriff made a guest appearance at their reunion to make sure they were all comfortable at his “Hill ton”.


The Brim Bloods are now the poster children message for any gangs left in Clayton County to leave now if they do not want to share in their fate at Georgia’s toughest para-military jail.  The Sheriff has made it clear that there will only be one gang in his county, and their colors are blue.


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