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  1. Chase Allen - The Early Life Life started off with aspirations of being one of the most well known and well revered street racers to ever fly in to Los Santos. Chase wasn't always an Allen, he was formerly known as Joshua Cervantes. From day 1, finding anyone I could to race, trying to fit in to different groups, Midnight Club was the goal. After weeks of non-stop racing, Josh found his group of friends taking laps at Observatory. Kelso Mathers and Hayley Swan took him in as their own, tossing him keys to the fastest cars with the rules "You break it, you buy it." When racing was no option, whether LSPD was coming for us, or not enough people were around to run a competitive contest, Josh found friends to do things with, that most people only dream of or do in video games. Deakin Storm was his closest friend, as well as Kirky Woods. Any time an extra gun was needed, a spare pair of hands, Josh got the call and never disappointed and was always eager to assist anyone affiliated with Los Zetas. Meeting everyone from Jay Gamble down to the others trying to make their name in the organization. Sadly, the story doesn't end happily. Los Zetas disbanded right when things started to look good, and Josh was solo once more. Time had passed, laps were counted, and things looked like Josh would never get back to where he wanted to, and almost lost his lust for blood. That is until someone he met on the way, Drain Kivimaki, told him about a group starting up, one that had great aspirations, known as Death Row led by Mike Laurie, a name he had heard from the days of The West Coast Assassins. There, he met with Los Aztecas members and leaders, one of which became one of his better friends in the city, Ricky Brasco, someone he still to this day gets mistaken for. Weeks passed, Death Row disbanded, and for the 2nd time, Josh was with no one, but it wasn't for long. Andrew Steinler was someone Josh had worked with, and had seen the potential he brought. Not even a day after Death Row disbanded, he was offered a position in La Familia Michoacana. To be continued....
  2. Everyone agrees something is broken in Los Santos. Society as a whole has failed. From cops who have spit in the faces of the people, to gangs who have hurt the hard working man, to civilians who pretend to be innocent but deep inside know they have a dark side. At the end of the day, every person in Los Santos wants the city to be better, but no one is willing to fight for a change. Well… We are. We are here to reset society… We are here to make a fundamental difference. Some may say we’re a gang or a cult… We believe we are a movement. We are what happens when the government fails to fix the problem… Martial law has kicked in. We will control, we will marginalize, we will rummage through the hate and lawlessness in San Andreas. We won’t stop, until we bring Salvation! Salvation is a criminal family that hopes to bring a movement to Los Santos. We are predominately made up of a few types of people who you encounter in your everyday life: The working class, the criminals, and the outcasts. One thing every person in this group has in common, we are fed up with the way Los Santos has treated us and are here to change it. We are based in Los Santos, currently in an apartment complex where meetings and activities are held. We want to gain control and moderate the city ourselves. Legally: We are a group of bodyguards who will protect people for payment. However, at the end of the day we are vigilantes who want to control the illegalities of Los Santos. Salvation started off as a tightly knit family, hellbent to remove the corruption and evil that plagues the city of Los Santos. Max Meyers, also known as Messiah, Jason Campitelli, and Joseph Stones were the main spark that began the movement within Los Santos. As more members began joining the family, the goal became simple, but difficult. Reaching the point of being the powerhouse of San Andreas that no one, not even the Irish at this point had obtained. The family grew, and the gems began to flourish to the top. Members from Weazel news, members from other organizations such as the Clowns and Kudo Kai had formed into Salvation. After the disbanding of a few major groups that Salvation had made contact with, everyone knew it was time to kick into high gear. Meetings were held, and the group began flourishing with money with deals they had made with other groups. The only thing was, people were starting to get hungry with power, and madness started setting in. Messiah reached the breaking point, and the family he flourished into creation seemed too much for him, and in a mental state of rage, the 3 main creators of the movement lay dead on the floor. After a long time of discussion, the remaining members of the family knew that the morals of the group meant too much to the civilization, and without the key battery of their Messiah, the group began working through differences and continuing towards their common goal, bringing Salvation. SHORT TERM: -Establish a hierarchy and diplomacy within the group -Gain trustworthy members who are willing to die for the cause and each other. -Begin connections with other gangs -Gain money to set up operations and gain power. (Money = Power) Acquire an area to officially designate as a HQ LONG TERM: -Gain influence and control through expanding our turf. -Acquire enough finances to purchase a warehouse for operations -Gain influence and control through entering the drug trade -Gain influence and control through entering the gun trade. -”Rehabilitate” Los Santos General The General is the leader of Salvation. They are the individual that runs the entirety of the family and oversees all operations. This is the person who ensures smooth transitions when it comes to the legal and illegal sides of operations. Colonel Colonels are the 2nd in command of the group, otherwise known as high command. These individuals run the show when the General is out of town or otherwise preoccupied, and have their own specific areas of expertise. These individuals are usually seen alongside the General to maintain the family. Captain Captains are the commanders of Salvation. These people place the people on the ground and by this point have shown extensive competency and leadership abilities. These soldiers are also in charge of organizing activities for the group, ensuring smooth execution of said activities. Specialist Specialists are long term members of Salvation that have shown they can lead either in specific areas or as a whole. These members are ones who can be put in charge of situations to prove themselves further and give them more opportunity to progress within the family. Mercenary Mercenaries are members of Salvation that have shown dedication to the cause and to the family. These members have put in many hours of hard work to show their allegiance to Salvation. Grunt Grunts are individuals who have proven their loyalty and their core values match with the standards of Salvation, and are trusted with most of the actions the group does such as securing drops, gun and drug deals, etc. Recruit Recruits are not officially with Salvation, but they are people who have expressed interest in operations, and are intently scouted to become an official member of Salvation. ***Should you fail to follow this code, your future in the family will be in question*** -We are a family, we look out for each other and never harm one another. -Respect all members and the chain of command -Do not confide anyone not in a neutral or allied status with Salvation any information that would compromise the state of the family -When in public and over radio in situations including chases, shootouts, etc, members must refer to each other as their code names. OOC Rules -ZERO tolerance policy when it comes to OOC toxicity. It does not belong in ECRP. -Do not use our discord to talk to each other about In Character things. -Cannot become a member if engaged with other gangs (I.E. dead in an active war or in another groups F4 menu) -Must have more than 10000 XP to officially join (Otherwise will be placed as recruit) -If you are going to be inactive for a long period of time (3 days or more), let us know in advance. -Do not argue with admins as their say is final.
  3. +1 to the repair kits the sports cars going off road I feel like would get very annoying very fast and is unrealistic. Cars don’t handle well off road if they aren’t fitted with off road tires - I feel like it would be cool if we could map in a track like they do for the events, and have like a mapping for a track that can be changed every month or so could be cool to do — I like the ideas also is there ANYTHING that can be done about the desync with racing or is that just rage 1.1?
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    Joshua Cervantes - Early Life Life started off with aspirations of being one of the most well known and well revered street racers to ever fly in to Los Santos. From day 1, finding anyone I could to race, trying to fit in to different groups, Midnight Club was the goal. After weeks of non-stop racing, Josh found his group of friends taking laps at Observatory. Kelso Mathers and Hayley Swan took him in as their own, tossing him keys to the fastest cars with the rules "You break it, you buy it." When racing was no option, whether LSPD was coming for us, or not enough people were around to run a competitive contest, Josh found friends to do things with, that most people only dream of or do in video games. Deakin Storm was his closest friend, as well as Kirky Woods. Any time an extra gun was needed, a spare pair of hands, Josh got the call and never disappointed and was always eager to assist anyone affiliated with Los Zetas. Meeting everyone from Jay Gamble down to the others trying to make their name in the organization. Sadly, the story doesn't end happily. Los Zetas disbanded right when things started to look good, and Josh was solo once more. Time had passed, laps were counted, and things looked like Josh would never get back to where he wanted to, and almost lost his lust for blood. That is until someone he met on the way, Drain Kivimaki, told him about a group starting up, one that had great aspirations, known as Death Row led by Mike Laurie, a name he had heard from the days of The West Coast Assassins. There, he met with Los Aztecas members and leaders, one of which became one of his better friends in the city, Ricky Brasco, someone he still to this day gets mistaken for. Weeks passed, Death Row disbanded, and for the 2nd time, Josh was with no one, but it wasn't for long. Andrew Steinler was someone Josh had worked with, and had seen the potential he brought. Not even a day after Death Row disbanded, he was offered a position in La Familia Michoacana. TO BE CONTINUED....
  7. Gordon here - first off thank you Jason for accepting and investigating this report. So there were a few things that happened here. I was not told to save any POV so I will do my best to lay it out. As LSPD, we received 2 or 3 911 calls about someone named Darcy Copyak getting kidnapped. We had a detective on duty and we attempted a trace. We got one I know from Clint Houston and one from Dommy Copyak. As seen in previous threads, we traced Darcy to paleto where we met her and as I was seen talking, she notified me she died. At this point is when I left, and an unknown ID chimed in saying “she died you can’t use that” when she gave me 0 information IC or OOC about anything other than the fact she died. I called Clint directly as I had his number from working together prior to ICly let him know she was at the hospital and couldn’t remember anything, and he proclaimed he was being shot at. (I can’t remember the road name.. the one with the bridge going north of Stab City towards chiliad, but he specified it..) Clint hung up after saying he was being shot and my detective traced his phone, and I was able to get to him, alive. Upon reaching Clint, I picked him up and he pointed me towards a white warrener, and gave me a description of a male wearing purple. where a matching plate came in from one of the 911 calls with the vehicle belonging to the suspected kidnapper, AKA Theo Mavros.(no IDs were oocly exhanged, no one BUT Darcy knew, and if you check logs we did not once PM.) We got a trace on him, and rolled to his position. We traced him to LS Bank and then to LSC, where I had 4 units including myself roll in. I came in there KNOWING Theo was there due to the detectives trace (I believe it was Anthony Rivera if I’m not mistaken) and yelled THEO KNEES hoping to draw him out, which as you can clearly see, worked. A male wearing purple with a firearm in his hand was spotted and was taken into custody. When everyone started saying over /b how did you know my name? I responded with lucky guess cause I thought it would get a laugh.. I guess it didn’t. I did have. I information IC or OOC about Mr. Mavros other than he was wearing purple. He claims to have changed but I can probably get testimony that Clint told me MULTIPLE times he was wearing purple and shot at him, male wearing purple with a gun is more than enough IC reason to detain for questioning with no OOC motive. i can understand the frustration that Theo and his friends have but everything I worked with was obtained in character through legitimate reasoning and probable cause. I believe that if Theo wanted to take this up ICly it would fit better than a meta gaming report on the officers involved. anything else needed from myself I will gladly assist!
  8. Replying as involved party (Gordon Hyde) - I have the video of him logging after performing medical RP and will link that if needed - just ping me!!
  9. Thank you @Doanand @Timmaayyfor taking this report, as Church stated neither of us were informed to save our POV of the events so I too do not have any video proof of my side, yet I will attempt to give my statement to the best of my ability. From the first clip I did not make any sort of contact with Bob and my sole intention was to block off the bridge, which I kept the cruiser still as he passed through as it would have endangered my life and his, so I kept still and did not move until after he passed and was hit by the other cruiser and the Kamacho. From this clip that I am involved in directly, ((clip 2)), as stated with 1.1 the desync is something very upsetting with vehicles. I looked at the video and slowed it down, and you can see my vehicle struck him in the drivers side rear wheel, where in my window I was able to push him wide and hit more in the front drivers wheel and perform more of a block and a push instead of a ram as you can see in his POV. You can see once we make contact at speed, ((he was down to about 40, I was going about 60-65 when we made contact)), my cruiser pushes left, which was the result of me hitting him up front with him turning that way. In my eyes I would say the speed wasn't great and the worst I believed that would happen would be a collision into the wall which would therefore end the pursuit, instead of him getting into the sewer system (with a drift tampa might I add, highly off road) and have a high chance of a bike being set up for him which would cause an easy escape. I wish I had the POV to add on this but there were many times throughout the pursuit between video 1 and 2 that a PIT was attempted, and none were successful due to the desync, and a PIT maneuver really ends up being more of a ram in ones eyes while another you don't even touch them. While that's besides the point, it does not make things easy. Please let me know if there is anything else needed on my end, I attempted to get POV from my passenger yet she was not streaming or recording so I have nothing on my end.
  10. Player(s) being reported: ID 9 and ID 227 Date of interaction reported: 25/JAN/2021 (might have been the 26th via UTC) Unix time stamp from HUD: 1611629547 Your characters name: Joshua Cervantes (ID 109) Other player(s) involved: Paige West (ID 79) - Deakin Storm (ID 56) - Tyler Charles (ID 48) - Willow_Hartley (ID 6) Specific rule(s) broken: 14. Deathmatch (DM) Deathmatching is the act of attacking a player without a proper IC motive and interaction. Prior interaction should include escalation such as a robbery or a report to the police. Players may not kill victims who have complied with a plausible demand in reasonable time unless involved in severe hostile activity against them or an ally within 3 hours. Players on foot should only be attempted to be hit with a vehicle once with valid motive. Vehicles cannot be used as weapons in active shootouts unless where unavoidable. Players must be able to explain their reason and provide proof of prior reasoning if requested. If a player informs you that your VOIP isn’t working, you must either fix your VOIP using appropriate commands or use text to deliver your demand. How did the player break the rule(s)? As you can see in the video, the 4 of us in shot and one up on a house were sitting collecting weed plants and talking, weapons out but not aimed whatsoever, when ID 227 started over /s "Hands up right fucking now" two times. When the demands were given, there was no one in sight of us at all, you can see all 4 of us looking around saying who said that, and we thought it was one of our gang members messing with us since they knew we were at chilliad. When we didn't see anyone, we didn't really worry, until you can see ID 9 start shooting, which you can see from ID 6's video he was in the bush to our right at the time, where we couldn't see anything. ID 227, the one who shouted, you can see come around the side of a house where he was not seen when shouting demands, and I am guessing shouted from that spot, invisible to our eyes. We believe that the DM rule was breached due to the fact that demands were given from a secluded area and the individuals were not visible to anyone before they shot. Just to add in, at the end of this when we were all finished, ID 48 informed them over /b to save their footage - unsure if he has evidence of it or not but just so that's clear. Evidence of rule breach: https://streamable.com/z20006
  11. Posting as involved - Gordon Hyde (in both combat log videos) I have POV of him logging the second time. I don't believe you will need a second showing of the 2nd combat log but if you need it, I have it.
  12. As I stated before in this, yes large picture it is fearRP. Ive said it wasnt a proper response to the situation.. there really is no fighting against it. Saying it was fearRP while youre running away from me shooting at a heli, as you can see in the video NO one was near me other than you. I did say it quietly as a last breath. And yeah I did say im dead anyways, Not that I have been in this situation but you kinda know when you are going to die. Im taken from any chance of survival and said "I'm gonna have fun with this one.." also you did take out your phone and recorded a dying officer ((which yes was funny as hell I can't deny.. but in the middle of a gunfight seems a little odd?)) My position in PD where I RPly have signed up for is that normal officer's lives are priority. So saying to leave, not saying who it is or where from, not like i wasnt afraid of death, but I was trying to save one officer from a total loss scene. Not like what im saying takes away from the situation, I get it. I know how tough it is for people to get 100 rounds of AK ammo for a proper criminal. At the end of the day this was what, the 3rd shootout we had? After dying multiple times it was just annoying and in the heat of the moment it happened. And no one was effected by it. The helicopter flew away which you can see was already flying before I said anything.
  13. Replying as ID 45, Jeff Gordon. I wish I had known to get my own evidence for this, but here we go for a response. This was I think the 2nd or third shootout and it was just getting annoying that they were baiting shootouts the entire time. I think heat of the moment I just got pissed about it. We had multiple conversations before this night about how they only do this type of stuff when we have low numbers. Again this was all IC. You hear them laughing and insulting us, so I did the same back. And giving call-outs was just last breath. In any situation, especially there, you know you are going to die. ICly or not, you know when you are about to give your last breath, so as I have been trained to do, always protect your other units. Even though I couldn't fire, just saying more were coming was all I could do. No one was aiming a weapon at me in my defense and it didn't change anything there. I understand it falls under fearRP, and in the moment it seemed appropriate but afterwards I understand it was a breach. On another note I do hope we are addressing how "un-proper" it was to pick up an officers body to say "I need you for lifeinvader" while active shots are being fired. If any other information is needed, I'm here to do so.
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