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They Made their kids paint over the graffiti and throw out the gang clothes, and they thought they'd seen thelast of the 2-1 Click. Then one of their sons turned up dead in a richfield parking lot.
The 2-1 Click started as a kind of informal club, a high school clique with initiations that resemble freshman hazings. But now stories about the "white gang" have appeared in the community press, and ABC's Primetime Live has even filmed a segment in the