An explosive state audit of a secretive California gang database used by law enforcement showed 42 profiles were for 1-year-old children, half of whom apparently confessed to being in gangs. The database, paid for by taxpayers, is rife with other errors. Of those profiles for 1-year-old children, 28 were entered for “admitting to being gang
According to the criminal intelligence database CalGang, California has 42 infants enlisted in dangerous criminal gangs. 28 of them apparently admitted their gang membership to officers.