Two females, both of whom were students at Panorama High School in Los Angeles, CA, and members of the Fulton Clique, an extension of MS-13, lured 16-year-old Brayan Andino to Lake Balboa so he could be beaten and murdered by gang members. The gang members cut out Andino’s heart before dismembering his body and discarding the pieces in a canyon.
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Despite Brayan Andino being a student at Panorama High School, the school administrators did not make a statement about his disappearance or when his mutilated body was discovered. This was the result of an organized strategy of secrecy, in which the administrators claimed that denial of MS-13’s presence was going to somehow keep the students safe. Ten arrests were made in connection with his murder; five of them were students at his high school. After ten murders in the community, and unsealed documents that exposed a federal investigation, students and parents are finally learning the truth about how the murderous gang infiltrated their local high school. Only after two years of students being beaten, stabbed, and killed, is the school offering services like counseling and gang intervention.
One month before Andino’s murder, two students, joined by two formers students, all affiliated with MS-13, attacked another student walking home, stabbing him in the neck and abdomen. This was not over any dispute or territory; this was MS-13 members walking up to a non-member and trying to kill him. The stabbed student was able to walk back into the school’s office, and an ambulance was called.
School administrators were silent after one of their students was almost murdered by MS-13 students, and they remained silent after another student was dismembered with the help of two more MS-13 students. Administrators did not feel it was necessary to notify school security, parents, or teachers about the encroaching gang that was trying to kill their students.
Daily Wire reported on what made the school district finally make a statement:
Only after a federal grand jury indicted 22 adults on racketeering and murder charges earlier this month did officials with the Los Angeles Unified School District acknowledge that students from Panorama High had also been arrested.
The accused, according to Prosecutors, are members of the Fulton clique that killed seven people in the span of more than two years.
Kelly Gonez, the school board representative for the San Fernando Valley area, told the Times that the school district relies on law enforcement for judgment.
“In situations like these, we rely on the best judgment of the law enforcement experts who are working to uncover the truth and bring perpetrators to justice,” she said. “The best way to ensure the safety of our students, staff and families at Panorama High School and the broader community is to ensure that these violent criminals are arrested and put in jail.”
Some schools send home a notice to every parent when one student in the school has lice, whereas Panorama High School declined to make a statement for years as members of their community were dying. The community is outraged that the administrators would rely on denial and secrecy while putting their children at risk in hopes that the problem would dissipate. MS-13 has taken over many communities, and the communities that have resisted it required teamwork, vigilance, and proactive services. The school administrators did the exact opposite by ignoring the students. Gangs prey on the disenfranchised, and nothing disconnects a person from society faster than being ignored.
Is your local high school aware of the possible gangs in the area?