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  • All in the Family: An annotated roster of defendants in the Black Guerrilla Family indictment, alleged crimes, and notable quotes

    The April 23 unsealing of a federal indictment of 25 people, including 13 Maryland correctional officers (COs), alleged to have participated in a racketeering conspiracy centered around the Black Guerrilla Family (BGF) prison gang, was as much a renewed...
  • New Black Guerrilla Family indictment shows inmates in charge of jails, adds to Maryland prison bureaucracy’s embarrassments

    When the latest Black Guerrilla Family (BGF) prison gang racketeering indictment was announced at an April 23 press conference, detailing that 13 of the 25 defendants are Maryland correctional officers (COs) who allegedly facilitated the gang's...
  • Tillman Properties Raided by Feds

    Milton Tillman Jr. in a 2006 booking photo Court documents relating to the recent federal raids of properties associated with politically wired Baltimore bailbondsman Milton Tillman Jr., and his son, Milton Tillman III, became available today. Seven...
  • Media Outlets Publish Misleading Information About Identity of Alleged Palin Hacker

    In my blog post about Sarah Palin's e-mails being posted on the internet, I mentioned some internet speculation about who the culprit was. I didn't mention his name, because there was no real evidence to link him to the crime. There still isn't any, but...
  • 4chan Gets Sarah Palin's Email, Party Van to Follow

    The Washington Post, in a story last week about Veep contender Sarah Palin's use of personal e-mail to conduct government business, raised questions about the security of using a web-based e-mail for official business. Tuesday those questions were...
  • Documents on Tillman Raid Available

    IRS agents today returned search warrants executed on properties and business connected to one of Baltimore's largest bail bondsmen Milton Tillman, Jr. and his son, Milton Tillman III. According to court records, agents were looking for evidence of...
  • Bob Woodward and The Great Man Theory of Journalism

    Bob Woodward was gracious and worldly to a group of about 30 academics, a smattering of reporters, and one ex-cop/ex-con/talk radio host, whose question the consummate insider reporter seemed to misconstrue. Woodward was in town for his annual...
  • Television: Lost Returns, One Viewer Yawns

    | Image by ABC.com In case you don't pay attention to network television, J.J. Abrams's three-card monte confidence game of a prime-time drama series Lost returns tonight with a two-hour fifth season opener. And while the daily paper TV critics do their...
  • Appraisal Fraud Was (or is) Rampant

    The Center for Public Integrity has a new report on problems in the home-appraisal industry--problems that are no news to real-estate experts, appraisers, and old-time (like, from the 1980s) mortgage bankers, but might surprise other folks. The gist:...
  • Federal Grand Jury Investigating Death of Jonathan Luna?

    According to Yardbird Books, owned by author William Keisling, who has tirelessly theorized and researched the mysterious 2003 death of federal prosecutor Jonathan Luna, a Right to Know Law request he filed in April confirms that there's a federal grand...
  • Baltimore Cop Charged by Feds with Lying and Embezzlement

    On Sept. 22 Mark J. Lunsford, a Baltimore Police Department (BPD) detective assigned as a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) task-force officer, was charged in federal court with lying and embezzlement, based on a fast-moving investigation...
  • Mortgage Fraud Pays

    The Sarasota Herald Tribune has done a story we'd like to see (or do, if we had the time and money) here in Maryland and around the country, though it's arguably three years late. (HT CR). The series, a year in the making, analyzed 19 million...