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They all live in Seaside, except Arrazola, who lives in Salinas. The gangster rap video shot at Fort Ord was uploaded on YouTube five days ago, and features a song titled "WAR." "We are aware of that video. If you’ve seen that video, it speaks for itself with regards to the content. That video did play a part in our resulting investigation and arrests of these suspects," said Cmdr. Ethan Andrews of the Monterey Peninsula Regional Violence and Narcotics Team (PRVNT). The anti-violence task force had been investigating the Norteno gang's activities in Seaside for months before the YouTube video was uploaded. Most of the men seen in the video did not cover their faces to conceal their identities. At least two of the rappers are seen shooting guns in the video. "They all had prior felony convictions from different cases. It is against the law for a felon to possess a firearm," Andrews said. "They are committing crimes in this video.
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