Category: African-American

Big Meech Won’t Be Coming Home Anytime Soon, Federal Judge In Detroit Denies Him An Early Release

August 9, 2020 – The silence was deafening. Black Mafia Family boss Demetrius (Big Meech) Flenory was quietly denied his motion for compassionate release last week by U.S. District Court Judge David Lawson in Detroit. A non-violent offender, Flenory, 51, argued he was in danger of contracting the COVID-19 virus due to underlining health issues
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An Ailing “Lefty” Partee Takes Shot At Freedom, Motown Street Legend Files For Compassionate Release

August 1, 2020 – Superfly era Detroit gangland figure Robert (Lefty) Partee, one of the oldest inmates in the Michigan Department of Corrections and most respected names on the streets of the Motor City even to this day despite having spent for the last four decades behind bars, is filing a motion for compassionate release.
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Streets Of Detroit Lose A Legend, Former Black Mob Boss Big Frank Nitti Usher Succumbs To Stroke

August 1, 2020 – Storied Detroit crime lord Francis (Big Frank Nitti) Usher died of a stroke this week at 78. Big Frank Nitti ran the city’s Black mob in the late 1970s and saw his infamy and both his reputation on the street and in the local media soar to meteoric heights. He was
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BMF’s Head Of Security P.J. Buford Won’t Be Coming Home Early, Judge 86s Plea For Compassionate Release

July 26, 2020 – A federal judge in Detroit rejected Black Mafia Family soldier Paul (P.J.) Buford’s compassionate release motion last week, undeterred by the fact that the 50-year old former head of security for both BMF and the then-fledgling  rap label, Bad Boy Records, battled the Coronavirus and won. U.S. District Court Judge David
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