The Ñeta Association (Asociación Pro-Derechos del Confinado, Asociación Ñeta, or simply Ñeta in Spanish language) is the name of a gang that began in the Puerto Rico prison system and spread to the United States.
Although Puerto Rico has lots of small street 'gangs' claiming its poorer neighborhoods, Ñetas is by far the largest and most dominant, controlling the illegal drug trade on the island's prison system.
Signs of support hang outside Comet Ping Pong in northwestern Washington, two days after a man from North Carolina, claiming he was investigating an Internet conspiracy theory, fired a weapon inside.
At first she went alone into the slums of Calcutta, but was then joined by several former fellow students. ACN is a Catholic charity - helping to bring Christ to the world through prayer, information and action.
She founded the order of the “Missionaries of Charity,” which continues to take care of the poorest of the poor all over the world today. Founded in 1947 by Father Werenfried van Straaten, whom Pope John Paul II named “An Outstanding Apostle of Charity,” the organization is now at work in over 145 countries throughout the world.
Bishop Lobo said that Hindus are also convinced that she was a saint.
He said: “Some Hindus wonder why the Church needs to go through a canonization process. But if the Church needs these formalities, then so be it.’” Hindus also understand, Bishop Lobo added, that “service to the poor is service to God.” The bishop reported that during the beatification process as well, a large number of witnesses had come forth, including many Hindus and Muslims.
The gang claims about 150,000 members in Puerto Rico, 100,000 in the United States and nearly 10,000 in other parts of the world.