The fatal shooting of two men outside a Cambodian New Year celebration in Aurora more than two years ago prompted a federal crackdown on a major Ecstasy drug ring and resulted in the arrests of 23 people. A federal grand jury handed up a count indictment charging 27 suspected members and associates of the Asian Pride gang with conspiracy, possession with intent to distribute and distribution of Ecstasy. The indictments and arrests were announced Wednesday. The federal and local task force began investigating the gang after Quoc Phan, 28, of Thornton and year-old Christopher Le of Westminster, described as Asian Pride gang members, were shot to death. Ecstasy is a stimulant in tablet form that is mainly marketed to high school and college students, Eid said, and is more harmful than it appears on the surface.