National Geographic hits the streets of Houston (sometime after August of 2012) and takes a stop in 5th Ward “The Bloody Nickel”, Texas. The video starts off with some dude getting his ass beat at a gas station in beautiful 5th Ward, TX. National Geographic also takes a trip to Liberty Road, the home of our homie Ill Will.
In the Fifth Ward, a drug hub of Houston, TX., see firsthand how drugs are dominating the area’s economy and populous. We’ll talk to a major crack cocaine dealer, a Hispanic street gang member, addicts, a pimp who claims to rule the streets and a full-patch member of the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas white supremacist prison gang. Learn about a prescription cough remedy that abusers call “lean”.— Its named lean because if you take enough of it, you’ll lean or fall over. Source
Yeah, after watching the first 5 minutes of this documentary, we can tell you first hand this is real shit “100″. The dude selling crack in 5th ward gave up lots of game in this video, I mean National Geographic “went in”.
- The Mexican drug cartels, The Gulf Cartel and the Los Zetas, are also covered as being major players in the Houston cocaine and drug world.
- The Aryan Brotherhood of Texas was also discussed and one of their members interviewed. They’re in the Meth business and more focused on money than white power.
- National Geographic also shows how the Harris County Sheriff’s Office employs snitch development strategies, citywide.
- Southwest Houston, Fort Bend, is also shown to have HWY 59 as a major drug delivery route from Mexico.
- Somehow, National Geographic has DJ Screw as being from 5th Ward. We ain’t never heard about that one, also, Houston is far larger than portrayed.
Editors Note: Dude Sniffed a pill!