Category: Detroit

Black Mafia Family Cheat Sheet: BMF Crew Man-By-Man, Detroit, ATL, NYC, L.A. STL. & Texas Roll Call

The Black Mafia Family was the biggest urban drug conglomerate in American history. Founded on the Southwest part of Detroit by brothers Demetrius (Big Meech) Flenory and Terry (Southwest T) Flenory in the early 1990s, the organization grew into a monolithic underworld power by the dawning of the New Millennium in the 2000s, controlling vast chunks of
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Temptations Singer Dennis Edwards Used To Party With Detroit Drug Dons, Part Of Motown Legacy’s Dark Side

Many of the Motown music label elite partied with “Super Fly Era” Detroit drug kingpins Eddie (The Fat Man) Jackson and Courtney (The Field Marshal) Brown. Per sources and archival law enforcement files, one of those revered R&B vocalists to show his face at social gatherings arranged and supplied with narcotics by Jackson and Brown
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Steve Wynn & The Mob: Casino Tycoon Walked On Wild Side In Early Days Building His Gambling Kingdom

Las Vegas casino mogul Steve Wynn got his start in the hotel and gaming industry with the help of the Detroit mafia. The 76-year old Wynn, who has been the corporate face of Sin City since 1990s, personally responsible for much of the New Millennium makeover on The Strip, was in the news this week
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Take Me Home, Country Roads: Feds Bag West Virginia Branch Of Detroit’s ‘Young ‘N Scandalous’ Gang

The leaders of the Northwest Detroit Young n’ Scandalous Gang’s West Virginia wing were hit with a federal indictment this week, charged with racketeering, drug trafficking and kidnapping. “YNS” West Virginia crew chieftains James (Lucky) Bowens and George (G-Easy) Eubanks were arrested on Wednesday. The pair were said to be working on behalf of incarcerated
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