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At first glance, Bellico was the dark youth, but Pepe stood up to him with conviction and strength; therefore, it was Pepe who became the leader. He implemented a harsh set of rules for the gang he ruled over. Pepe enforced the death penalty for the smallest infractions, and the EME became notorious for their earth-shattering hits. He was also the first gang member to use a pager.
In the gang war with MS-13, he and his crew were the biggest losers – until they began robbing real-estate. During this time, he met the "heavy", a transnational narcotics dealer, who would introduce him to the Mexican Mafia.
In the early years, Martinez became known as a frequent target for the police, who shot Martinez several times, once with a lost bullet. He spent most of his time on the streets, moving drugs inside the barrio, as well as working odd jobs. He was a self-taught locksmith and mechanic, and he worked all day for $2.00.
Like many street gangs, the EME lacked one single leader, thereby causing an internal authority problem. In addition to this, the leadership of the gang was constantly influenced and influenced by other captains, each holding a senior position in the hierarchy of the Mafia on their respective street. At first, Pepe was considered to be the de facto leader; however, since he was the only one among his associates who was more than a youth, he eventually became their undisputed leader.
In 1991, an MS-13 assassin named "El Cubano" Morales was charged with killing Gonzalez, another EME member, for attempting to side with the MS-13. As part of Morales' plea bargain, Morales implicated Bellico as an MS-13 member. He claimed that Bellico and these other gang members were the ones who had ordered the hit on Gonzalez. d2c66b5586