Category: African-American

Young, Rich & Ruthless: Breaking Down The Structure & Legacy Of Detroit’s YBI Gang

The Young Boys, Incorporated (YBI) drug organization redefined the dope game in Detroit in the late 1970s and early 1980’s, becoming street legends and underworld icons for its trendsetting business practices and flashy demeanor. Founded on the Motor City’s Westside, the group revolutionized the heroin trade in terms of distribution and marketing techniques and at
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The Color Red: Bringing Terror To Detroit’s Eastside, Seven Mile Bloods Roll Call

The Seven Mile Bloods have been the most dominant street gang in Detroit’s underworld for the past decade, controlling the drug trade on the Motor City’s notoriously dangerous northeast side (dubbed the “Red Zone”) with an iron fist and a shoot-first-ask-questions-later mentality that has left a trail of rivals’ dead bodies and drawn the ire
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Al Profit’s “American Dope” Hits Amazon, Tells Tale Of Intersection Between Drugs & U.S. Govt.

Gangster Report co-founder Al Profit has unveiled his new fascinatingly-layered docu-series, titled American Dope, exploring the complex web of how the United States government itself actually created and controlled the country’s black-market narcotics business.The first three episodes of the six-part series are available for purchase and rent on Amazon. The first episode, Cold War, Heroin
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Teaming With Flair: Who Was Who In Queens’ 1980s Game-Changing Drug Gang, The Supreme Team

In the 1980s, the Supreme Team was the most well-known, prolific and feared drug-dealing organization on the east coast, operating out of the Baisley Park Projects in Queens, New York. The gang was started by Kenny (Supreme) McGriff at the beginning of the crack era and eventually swelled to include hundreds of workers, dealers and
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