Guy Fisher was a notorious gangster in Harlem in the 1970’s who also became the first black man to own the Apollo Theater. Fisher was a part of the crime wave that ruled the streets of Harlem from 1977 to 1983. Fisher was among the crime group called “The Council” under boss Leroy “Nicky” Barnes. Incidentally, it was Barnes’ testimony that put Fisher away for life in Tuscon, Arizona.
Blueprint of the New Concept - Larry Hoover
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To: Mr. Hugh J. Hurwitz Acting Director Federal Bureau Of Prisons And to the General Public As American citizens who care about the treatment of prisoners throughout the United States, both state and federal, we call for the transfer of Larry Hoover, federal prison number 86063-024, to a less secure facility. He does not fit the criteria for continued placement in the Federal ADX supermax prison,
Harold “Noonie” Ward, a former high-ranking member of the Gangster Disciples, one of America’s largest street gangs, claims the deadly violence that is plaguing Rahm Emanuel’s “world class city” of Chicago is because Mexican drug cartels are being allowed by “the powers that be” to operate freely and “run” Chicago’s streets. 10/12/13
Gangs and Wanting to Belong (Tookie Speaks Out Against Gang Violence)
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