La Opinion gets Moore on the record on the matter, with the deputy chief saying "although it's something we hadn't seen before, I can tell you that we're aware of it." (Translation via New America Media).
FBI Special Agent Robert Clark told the newspaper, "We know Latino gangs are working with African-American gangs to get drugs or arms, and we are already doing intelligence work. It's a trend we are seeing among different groups. And I think if they see an opportunity to collaborate across these barriers, they're going to take it."
At least one gang intervention worker, however, doubts the idea: "It seems like they are trying to create a monster so they can get more resources to suppress it," said Aquil Basheer of Maximum Force Enterprise. " ... There is no proof that the gangs are uniting."