There were no gangs when I was growing up, although my mum and 20 year old niece told me there were gangs at some point around 5 years ago but things seem to have died down there at least. I would be happy to move back there. ... What a sound city Liverpool is, everyone we met along the way was above and beyond sound from taxi drivers, night. Liverpool's top-tier gangs have successfully utilised the city's geography - the secret EncroChat messages confirm that they source cocaine direct from South American cartels via the city's vast. Liverpool has been awash since the 60`s with names such as Roy Adams, Tommy Comerford, Charlie Siega, Terry O`Neill, Billy Grimwood, Fitzgibbons, Ungi, Palmer, Showers, Duresses, Campbells, Warren, The She Club, The Crow`s Nest, and many more. by Peter R. McCormack.