Atlántidan Defense Militia

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Atlántidan Defense Militia
Milicia de Defensa do Atlántida
Also known asMDA, Os Heroes en Negro
Dates of operation1944–1952, 1979–present
Country Atlántida (1944–1949)
 Creeperopolis (1949–1952, 1979–present)
Anti-Drug Trafficking (since 1979)
Anti-Maraism (since 1979)
Atlántidan Nationalism (1949–1952)
Political positionFar-right
Major actionsMurders, assassinations, torture, rapes, robberies, extortion
Notable attacks1944 Atlántidan Murders
Victoria Massacre
SizeUnknown, possibly 300+
Allies Atlántida (until 1949)
Creeperopolis Imperial Council (until 1949)
FALANGE (since 2020)
Opponents Creeperopolis (1949–1952)
Creeperopolis National Council (until 1949)
23x15px Vigilant Atheists
Mara Salvatrucha
Battles and warsCreeperian Civil War
Mara War
FlagFlag of the Atlántidan Defense Militia
Designated as a terrorist organisation by
 Greater Sacramento

The Atlántidan Defense Militia (Atlántidan: Milicia de Defensa do Atlántida; Creeperian: Milicia de Defense Atlántidañero; abbreviated as MDA; also known as Os Heroes en Negro or Los'Héroes en Negro, translated as The Heroes in Black) is a series of Atlántidan vigilante militias, likely composed of mostly police and military personnel, which mainly target atheists, gang members, and other criminals. The group existed from 1944 to 1952 as a belligerent in the Creeperian Civil War and was later resurrected in 1979. The group appears then disappears every year, usually committing around 5 to 7 murders per year.

The modern group's primary targets are gang members, most of whom associate with Mara Salvatrucha, Creeperopolis' largest criminal organization. Atheists are also another significant target of the group. As a consequence, the group has a generally favorable view among the Creeperian public, as gang members and atheists are seen as a "pest" in Creeperian society. The group has been described as a death squad by domestic and foreign sources.

First MDA

Second MDA

Notable killings

See also