|Ethnicity||Mostly Latino, but includes Caucasian and African Americans|
The Spanish Cobras are a primarily, but not exclusively, Latino gang started in Humboldt Park in Chicago during the early 1960s. The Cobras are considered the second-largest Latino gang on the north and northwest side, with the Maniac Latin Disciples being the first. The Cobras are part of the Folk Nation; symbols include the cobra, raised pitchforks, and the initials "SC".
Within Chicago, the neighborhoods with the strongest Cobra presence are Humboldt Park, Hermosa, Logan Square and Kelvyn Park. They are also found in Cicero, and have a small presence in the McKinley Park area on the south side. They are also known to operate in other parts of Illinois, as well as Milwaukee, Racine and Kenosha in Wisconsin, and Detroit and are quite large in Flint in Michigan.
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