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Government aims to keep organized crime out of legal cannabis market — but may license minor offenders

As the federal government inches closer to legalizing recreational marijuana by next summer, it is still figuring out where to draw the line on how much previous criminal history should disqualify someone from taking a senior role in the industry. 816 more words

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Israel's Money Machine, Jewish oligarchs fund crimes against humanity by Philip Giraldi - The Unz Review

Editor’s Note: While you read the following entry by Philip Giraldi for The Unz Review consider this:

While the people of the US tear at each other’s throats when it comes to the national budget – the most pressing issue being the healthcare of the citizens – the federal government is funding a foreign state which has a $9 billion trade surplus every year. 2,157 more words

Organized Crime

A short, link-littered history of City Paper's Black Guerrilla Family coverage

By Van Smith

Published by City Paper in April, 2013

The Black Guerrilla Family (BGF), though long known to be active in Maryland’s prisons and Baltimore’s streets, has suddenly become hot news, with the April 23 announcement of… 515 more words

Maryland Crime

Partial Admission: Tearful gang leader sentenced on RICO charges he calls overblown

By Van Smith

Published by City Paper, Jan. 26, 2011

When 36-year-old Todd “Donnie” Duncan—a former gang-interventionist who worked for the West Baltimore nonprofit Communities Organized to Improve Life (COIL)—pleaded guilty in September to federal racketeering charges, he admitted to being what his plea agreement says he is: “the overall city-wide commander” of the street-level criminal operations of the Black Guerrilla Family (BGF) prison gang in Baltimore. 1,288 more words

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Day of Reckoning: Ex-Mortgage Broker Sentenced for Bank Fraud and Gang-Related Prison Smuggling

By Van Smith

Published by City Paper, Dec. 22, 2010

To hear Tomeka Harris and her attorney tell it, Harris was a model citizen who suddenly and briefly turned to a life of crime. 1,261 more words

Maryland Crime

Working Overtime: Correctional officer indicted in prison-gang RICO conspiracy

By Van Smith

Published by City Paper, July 14, 2010

On Tuesday morning, July 6, Alicia Simmons’ rocky 10-year career as a Maryland correctional officer suddenly got rockier. 597 more words

Maryland Crime