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  • Baltimore cop accused of protecting drug-dealer given pre-trial release

    Ashley Roane, the Baltimore City police officer charged last week for committing federal gun, drug, and fraud crimes, yesterday was granted supervised release pending trial by U.S. magistrate judge Stephanie Gallagher. The judge wrote a memorandum...
  • The NSA and silly outrage about "phone data"

    Everyone is going crazy with outrageĀ  and dismay and comparisons to Deep Space 9 at revelations the NSA has access to our phone records. People: the NSA has always had access to our phone records. Always, always. Today the boss of the NSA tells us it's...
  • Evidence seized in FBI’s BGF prison-corruption raids documented in federal court

    About five weeks after the unsealing of the racketeering indictment against members of the Black Guerrilla Family (BGF) prison gang and their alleged correctional-officer comrades, on May 31 court documents were publicly docketed that summarize what law...
  • Iron Horsemen president the latest Maryland motorcycle-club leader to face criminal charges

    First it was the Pagans, then it was the Outlaws, and now it's the Iron Horsemen. Maryland leaders from all three motorcycle clubs have landed in trouble in recent times. In the fall of 2009, the national president of the Pagans Motorcycle Club, David...
  • Guilty plea underscores “family” in BGF racketeering case

    The three defendants who've pleaded guilty so far in this year's Black Guerrilla Family (BGF) prison-gang racketeering case involving Maryland correctional officers (COs) share a jail-spawned family tree. The lead defendant, BGF leader Tavon White, who...
  • What the Snot Boogies of the Baltimore drug game say when they think no one is listening

    The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is helping Baltimore police gather evidence against alleged members of a what court documents describe as a "violent street-gang known to investigators as the Ridgewood Avenue Crew," which takes its name from...
  • Meth-extorting Outlaws Motorcycle Club warlock goes on the lam in Baltimore

    The "warlock," or enforcer, of the Philadelphia chapter of the Outlaws Motorcycle Club, a 43-year-old Baltimore man named Michael James "Maniac" Privett of Baltimore, is on the lam from the law, according to court documents filed in federal court in...
  • Your Government at Work

    According to the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse, a nonpartisan research organization associated with Syracuse University, data from the U.S. Justice Department indicates that "federal prosecutors appear to have big doubts about the FBI's...
  • Campaign Constant: Enigmatic Perennial Candidate Charles U. Smith Launches Campaign For Council President

    YOU GOTTA BE IN IT TO WIN IT: This year Charles Ulysses Smith is embarking on his seventh campaign for political office. | Image by Frank Klein Waiting next to the copy machine in the post office on Fayette Street, Charles Ulysses Smith doesn't look...
  • Fraud about Fraud: Obama administration wildly overstated its mortgage fraud convictions

    [caption id="attachment_18556" align="alignleft" width="200"] 2520 Shirley Ave. in 2009[/caption] So here is a story of a fraud about a fraud about a fraud: Even the feds lied about how much enforcement they were doing. As the Columbia Journalism Review...
  • Supervisors absent from new round of Black Guerrilla Family correctional-corruption charges

    The Baltimore Sun and the Washington Post have provided excellent coverage of the latest correctional-corruption development involving the Black Guerrilla Family (BGF) prison gang: a superceding indictment unsealed yesterday, naming 14 correctional...
  • What a Wonderful World

    Anil Mahaju and Diya Kashyap recently traded vows in a small ceremony in Kathmandu. Their wedding is the first public gay marriage in Nepal, where homosexuality is a crime punishable by up to a year in jail. (IndiaeNews.com) Conservative French...