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Salisbury Group Makes Graphic Rap Video

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SALISBURY, Md.- A disturbing video has surfaced on YouTube, that appears to feature a Salisbury group engaged in graphic depictions of violence.

The music video by the group "DDE" features guns and profanity, and the video has caught the attention of authorities in Wicomico County.

"It's very troubling, you see extended magazines, you see a TEC-9," said Wicomico County State's Attorney Matt Maciarello. "This is serious weaponry, this is an arsenal that these guys have. This is a good example what faces law enforcement each and every day."

Maciarello is leading the charge to learn more about DDE. He said the guns are troubling but officials are not sure if they're real.

"If those are real firearms, most of the individuals are under the age of 21 and that in it of itself is prohibited," he said.

The video has allowed officials to identify every single person involved, but until officials can determine if the guns are real, their hands are tied. Maciarello is disturbed by the whole thing.

"It's troubling," he said. "You watch this and they're singing about, you listen to the lyrics and they're singing, 'If you have work, we're gonna kick in your doors.' They're showing the firearms. That to me is very troubling."

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