Seven deputies from the Los Angeles County sheriff's gang unit have been placed on leave under suspicion of belonging to a secret clique that celebrated shootings and branded its members with matching tattoos, sources confirmed.
Photo depicts example of aggressive policing.
The move is a sign of the intensifying nature of the probe of the "Jump Out Boys." Suspicion about the group's existence was sparked several weeks ago when a supervisor discovered a pamphlet describing the group's creed, which promoted aggressive policing and portrayed officer shootings in a positive light.
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