Category: African-American

East Coast Drug Kingpin, Reputed Wu Tang Clan Street Contact, “Big Black” Christian Gets 50 Piece

New York City drug lord Harvey (Big Black) Christian was sentenced to 50 years in federal prison earlier this month for his role in leading a Staten Island crack cocaine empire run out of the Park Hill Projects in Clifton for upwards of 20 years. His younger brother, Anthony (Nitty) Christian, was smacked with a life sentence last
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‘Mungo’ Broughton, Muscle For Legendary NYC Dope Don ‘Supreme’ McGriff, Might Be Coming Home Soon

Following over a decade behind bars for taking part in a pair of contract murders, New York hit man Barry (Mungo) Broughton, a one-time enforcer for iconic east coast drug kingpin Kenny (Supreme) McGriff, was sentenced to time served by a federal court judge earlier this month. Mungo Broughton, 43, testified against McGriff at his
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Lights, Camera, Action Pt. 2: Detroit’s ‘Mae West’ May Have Been Killed Because Of Dangerous Love Triangle

The 1991 murder of Tanya (Mae West) Moore in Detroit was most likely the result of a combustible gangland love triangle and rumors that she was a federal informant, according to those familiar with the never-solved homicide investigation. Moore’s family blamed notorious Motor City drug-game enforcer Charles (Chuckie Lights Out) Hardaway for Moore’s slaying and ten years
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The Crack Era In Philadelphia Revisited: Philly Junior Black Mafia Timeline (1985-1992)

In the years after the original Philadelphia Black Mafia was dismantled by court convictions and internal squabbling, Aaron (A.J.) Jones, a former gopher as a young boy for founding Philly Black Mafia member Robert (Nudie) Mims, started the Junior Black Mafia (JBM) in the mid-1980s. Jones and his JBM went on to dominate the North and
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