Frank Torres survived the Coliseum shooting but it gave Clanton such a bad name that the city—in one of its earliest and most brilliant “gang prevention” tactics—changed the name of the street to 14th Place. From then on, they were known as Clanton 14. They were, and are, the oldest Latino gang in Los Angeles, with origins dating to the 1920s. Their recruitment policy originally insisted upon full-blooded Mexican ancestry, a policy so strict that it led in the late 1960s to the formation of a less-stringent breakaway sect called 18th Street. They remain bitter rivals to the present day, living out the feud that Torres and Fierro inaugurated 70 years ago.