Gang mentality 

An oral history on the evolution of Atlanta gangs, from the Miami Boys to IRC to 30 Deep

INCONSOLABLE: A mourner weeps during a January 8, 2009, vigil for Henderson outside Standard Food and Spirits.

Joeff Davis

INCONSOLABLE: A mourner weeps during a January 8, 2009, vigil for Henderson outside Standard Food and Spirits.

To some, the threat of gangs in Atlanta emerged one winter morning in early 2009, when a young bartender was shot and killed during a robbery at Grant Park's Standard Food and Spirits. The Standard shooting, as it came to be known,…

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