Greg ''Batman'' Davis: Original Gangster

Greg ''Batman'' Davis: Original Gangster

by Roger Gastman
     
 
Batman is the last living, founding member of the Infamous Los Angeles Crip Street Gang. The Crips are the largest and most notorious black gang. Now with an estimated 250 sets nationwide, the Crips started in 1969 with just 10 members in South Central Los Angeles. Gregory “Batman” Davis was one of these founding members. Since its inception, the Crips

Overview

Batman is the last living, founding member of the Infamous Los Angeles Crip Street Gang. The Crips are the largest and most notorious black gang. Now with an estimated 250 sets nationwide, the Crips started in 1969 with just 10 members in South Central Los Angeles. Gregory “Batman” Davis was one of these founding members. Since its inception, the Crips have been the subject of countless newspaper articles, news specials and documentaries. Some have interviewed Batman, many have used one of the few images he released to the press, but none have told his story from start to finish. No ordinary tale from the streets, Batman's story also includes a host of unlikely characters — Field Marshal Cinque and Patty Hearst of the Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA), cult leader Jim Jones, serial killers the Skid Row Stabber and Charles Manson, ex-football player Jim Brown and rapper Ice-T and Gangsta Tea, to name a few. This is the true story of an original gangster.

The only one left who can tell the truth about the Crips from start to finish has completed a song about ending Gang Violence. “So Much Pain In The Darkness” features Gangsta Tea a member of Ice T's Rhyme Syndicate Posse and the bluesy stylings of Bunnie Poullard. This Hot New Single will be the Soundtrack on his up and coming movie. A free copy of “So Much Pain In The Darkness” is included with every Greg “O.G. Batman” Davis' titled work Original Gangsta when you book him for signings and media appearances by contacting bulldogrecordsla@aol.com or (310)966-0347.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780764342066
Publisher:
Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.
Publication date:
08/28/2012
Pages:
144
Product dimensions:
8.60(w) x 11.10(h) x 0.80(d)

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