Piranha’s Child Gang In Lima Peru
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[Piranha’s Child Gang In Lima Peru]
In every robbery, the criminal is desperate, but probably none are more desperate than these children. Lima, Peru, our hidden camera records a crime that happens every five minutes in the city’s main marketplace.
[Blase Bonpane (Director, Office of The Americas):] Source: LYBIO.net
The children rove the street and for a self protection, they form gangs, and for survival, they take what they can get their hands on.
The thieves, who average 12 years old, call themselves piranhas, and like real piranhas, they overwhelm their prey by sheer numbers. There are thousands of runaway children living on the streets of Lima with no other way to survive. Many of these runaways become piranhas.
You’ve got to make it on your own, because no one else is going to do it for you, and so you feel that you have a right to take what is needed and that becomes your lifestyle.
Here in the marketplace called Los Piratas, a pedestrian caught alone has no chance. A swarm of hands probes into pockets, shoes, even inside socks. The piranhas use knives to shred their victim’s clothing, making it impossible to hide anything of value. Despite the apparent brutality of these attacks, victims are rarely injured.
Some piranhas, like this boy, work alone spotting a potential victim. He stalks him, waiting for the perfect moment to strike. Vocal signals from other piranhas warn the boy that police are nearby. While he hides behind the market booth, the cops capture a different piranha.
[Blase Bonpane:] Source: LYBIO.net
They’re in danger of being shot by the police and they know that they are in extreme danger every day and that some of their group is eliminated on a very frequent basis.
Meanwhile, the lone piranha is now targeting a taxi. Before the driver can react, the boy makes off with an engine part. But there is a risk in working alone. Sometimes the piranhas’ victims strike back.
To avoid physical harm, most piranhas hunt in packs. The majority of victims know better than to resist, but some people do make the mistake of trying to defend themselves. Police do what they can to stop these roving gangs, but once officers have gone, it’s certain the piranhas will be back robbing with the desperation that comes with extreme poverty.
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