If you’re out on parole, an ankle bracelet with a GPS tracker may not be the ideal accessory to wear when meeting with suspected gang members, dropping by known stash houses or allegedly trying to buy a firearm.

But in the case of Kamel Lambus, one of the alleged leaders of a Queens-based sect of the Bloods gang called the Paper Chasing Goons, his lawyers found a way to get around the problem—if not to get him off the hook altogether.

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