Category: African-American

Last Of Four Corner Hustlers Pleads Out Of Trial In Chicago, Tito Sims Set To Do Two-Piece

September 16, 2019 – The feds scored a clean sweep last week in Chicago, as Four Corner Hustlers street gang lieutenant Stevon (Tito) Sims pleaded guilty to racketeering and drug charges, concluding the first phase of the government’s assault on the notoriously lethal drug crew based on the Windy City’s west and southwest sides. Next
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A Big Gesture From Behind Bars: BMF’s Big Meech Hosts Back-To-School Bash

September 15, 2019 — From his federal prison cell in Portland, former drug kingpin Demetrius (Big Meech) Flenory organized a back-to-school giveaway for kids in his hometown of Detroit over the weekend, packing a local clothing store parking lot with hundreds of elementary and junior high school children and providing them thousands dollars of free
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“Supreme” McGriff Movie Starring Jamie Foxx In Pipeline For Former Murder, Inc. Music Crew

September 13, 2019 — Oscar-winner Jamie Foxx will play fabled New York drug kingpin Kenny (Supreme) McGriff in a future movie according to the Gotti brothers, Irv and Chris, former owners of the Murder, Inc. hip hop label prominent in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Last week, Chris Gotti said in an interview on
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D.C. Street Legend Looking For Time-Served Nod, Feds Want Him To Do Another Decade

September 11, 2019 — Federal prosecutors specified their sentence- reduction request for notorious Washington D.C. drug boss Rayful Edmond this week, asking U.S. District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan to change Edmond’s life sentence to a 40-year term. The 54-year old Edmond has already done three decades behind bars for a non-violent narcotics offense. He’s been
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