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The Queen Of Soul & “Fast Eddie” Wingate Flew In Same Circles, Aretha Franklin Had Brush With Black Mob

Aretha Franklin, the ever beloved Queen of Soul, died this week at 76, her legacy cemented as one of the great voices of our time and the quintessential R&B diva. On her way to superstardom in the 1960s, she brushed up to the darker side of her hometown of Detroit, almost signing a talent contract
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Ex-Biker Boss: Outlaws MC Power “Spike” O’Neill Put Wrench In Potential Peace Treaty With Hells Angels In ’93

Imprisoned motorcycle club boss Kevin (Spike) O’Neill put a stop to an underworld peace treaty in the 1990s that would have squashed longstanding warfare between The Outlaws and Hells Angels, according to retired Hells Angels leader George Christie in an exclusive interview with Gangster Report. Christie believes O’Neill convinced then-Outlaws international president Harry (Taco) Bowman
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Kentucky, West Virginia Being Invaded By Detroit Dope Boys, Continuing Motown Underworld Trend

Putting in work down in West Virginia and Kentucky is virtually a rite of passage in the Detroit drug scene. Dealers spanning multiple factions and generations in the Motor City drug game have been traveling to Lexington, Kentucky and cities across the state of West Virginia to make a quick buck. They push everything from marijuana, cocaine and heroin to fentanyl, Vicodin and Oxycodone and they wreak havoc.
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“J-Bo” Brown Back On The Outside, Midwest Drug Boss Did 11 Years In Epic BMF Case

Black Mafia Family underboss Chad (J-Bo) Brown was recently released from serving over a decade behind bars. The affable 46-year old Brown, the second-in-charge of the monolithic BMF, did 11 years in prison on racketeering, narcotics and money-laundering convictions. Brown was placed in a halfway house last fall after spending the majority of his prison
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