At first a group of less than 10 people, the Four Corner Hustlers were designed as a fighting gang — a sort of self-protection effort — rather than a group which would engage in criminal activities or actively attempt to disrupt the life of its neighborhood. Drug trafficking and usage of illegal substances were strictly forbidden, but shoplifting and violence were often considered an effective way to assert dominance over rival groups. Albeit tight, the gang remained small and rather unorganized for most of the 70s. With both heads severed off, members of the Four Corner Hustlers began mixing with heroine and other substances that their former bosses had forbidden. Their group may have been successful in the past, but had no chance to match the strength of other larger associations such as the Vice Lords or the Black Gangster Disciples. In an attempt to mitigate violence and guarantee their own personal survival, the duo drafted a truce which would stop all conflict both on the streets and within the prison system.
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Four Corner Hustlers (gang)
The Four Corner Hustlers were started in the early or mid s on chicago's west side. They were a small time gang that hung out around Madison Street. They wore the colors of black and brown and had nothing to do with the Vice Lords at that point in time.
There was indeed a time back in the year that two Vice Lord teenage boys had an idea of how to protect a certain area in the West Garfield Park neighborhood from invaders from outside the area that threatened the neighborhood with drug dealing, gangbanging and violence. The idea of the Four Corner Hustlers was one thing, neighborhood protection, and that did not mean only protection for their members but for everyone that lived in this territory. That is quite a bit of territory for a brand new gang but 17 year old Walter Wheat who had just left the Unknown Vice Lords , born April 11, , and another Vice Lord named 15 year old Marvin Evans made it happen. Freddie Gage would become second in command over this new organization.