Since time immemorial, women have always been perceived as the weaker sex; something that makes them unable to lead a large criminal gang such as the one Roman was leading. Speculatively, in the near future, such cases may be rampant due to the emergence of uniquely acquired traits and socialization processes by women.
Criminal gangs are currently practicing more-sophisticated criminal activities, which have also created unique roles that call for women’s participation in these gangs. Women have also been engaged in various criminal activities ever since the feminism approach in the social systems emerged. This is a post-modernism approach, which believes in the recognition of female voices and capabilities. Roman’s money laundering criminal gang may have inherited such traits from her close family members. This is an example of the impact of poorly acquired traits in primary aspects of socialization (Lilly et. al., 123). At the tender age, children are always observant of the moves their close family members do when in a social place. Roman’s money laundering case is just an example of many other related women leadership in violent and sophisticated criminal gang organizations.
Organized crime is a criminal code in relation to three or more people. These criminal code’s leaderships are concurrently undertaken by women due to their ability to mobilize various gangs together and work towards a common goals. Women leadership in sophisticated criminal activities has commissioned more offenses that are serious. These offenses more often than not have resulted into either direct or indirect global economic retardation. There are more organized crimes in Canada than the Italian criminal association known as the Mafia (Moore & Hegedorn 192). These crimes are in one way, or the other organized under able leaderships of women. Strategically, women form lethal criminal gang