Biography of David Barksdale

1947 was the year when David Barksdale drew his first breath. It happened in his hometown – Sallis, Mississippi State. As it is known, the full name given to the newborn by his parents was Donise David Barksdale. A multi-child couple, Virginia and Charley, gave birth to thirteen offspring, so it was difficult to provide material well-being for all of them. Therefore, the family led a quite poor life. At the time David achieved the age of ten, his parents decided to change the place of living, and start a new life in Chicago. In three years, the young boy got a hold of the street gang and headed it. Nevertheless there existed some more of such groups, they were not that numerous and supposedly non-dangerous. They committed crimes, but couldn’t have a strong effect and manipulate the local community. The David’s solution was to organize a large gang out of the smaller ones. Things were going really good and by 1966 a couple of smaller groups were already drawn in his squad. David created the name for his team that sounded like Black Discipline Nation. The gang is considered to be the mightiest and high-powered gang at all times. Besides, there were some gangs which protested and didn’t accept the pressure of Barksdale. Once, a member of a hostile gang, called Eugene Hariston, organized a contract killing. One evening David was going out of the bar when he was shot seven times. Surprisingly, David survived after such a severe attack. Truth triumphed when Eugene was sentenced for this crime and then killed in prison. The next career step, which David took, was merging with the Gangster Disciplines gang. Together with their leader, Larry Hoover, they made a decision to stop enmity between colored people and to reunite in the name of common goals. The newly made band was the largest band ever. Nowadays, there may exist some bigger gangs, but back in those times, it led the list. At that time, the Irish and Italians had the authority and controlled all the existed street gangs. However, the new era started, when David Barksdale became entitled to lead the Maniac Latin Disciplines, the Satan’s Disciplines, the Devil’s Disciplines, and the Black Gangster Disciples. David suffered from an on-going disease, to be more precise, a kidney failure. His short life finished when Barksdale was only thirty, but people still keep in their memory his personality as one of the most famous American crime lords. The deeds of David Barksdale are among the most brutal and vicious criminal affairs. There are many guesses what pushed him to such a life. Some say that it is his background, others doubt and suggest different versions. Anyway, there is no justification for somebody who decided that he was empowered to take the life of other people.