Ross Kemp continues his investigation into the world's most notorious gangs, stepping into areas controlled by the gangs of LA, Bulgaria, Belize and Kenya. Ross meets the leaders, followers, victims and opponents of those willing to use extreme violence to achieve their criminal goals.
Los Angeles Described as the "gang capital of the world" by it's own mayor, Los Angeles has over 1,000 gangs and 100,000 gang members. Ross arrives in LA in the midst of a turf war, as the infamous Bloods and Crips appear to be fighting a losing battle with Latino gangs for control of the streets.
Bulgaria Ross travels to Sofia and Plovdiv, to explore the secretive world of Bulgaria's gangs, active at home and in London. He joins Roma families to understand what it means to be a member of a Gypsy gang - reportedly involved in people trafficking, the sex trade and pick pocketing.
Belize Fuelled by unemployment and a rampant drugs trade, gangs are battling a turf war in the slums. Ross meets the gangs that control the streets and is shown some of the latest weapons that make the city so violent, including grenades and high explosives.
Kenya In this BAFTA-nominated special, Ross and the team gain exclusive access to Kenya's Mungiki, a secretive sect regarded not only as one of the world's most dangerous gangs, but also the perpetrators of a gruesome campaign of violence, including beheading and torture.