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  • Feds Raid Drug Lawyer's Office

    Federal law enforcement officers searched lawyer Stanley H. Needleman's offices this morning, the Sun's Justin Fenton reports. Calls to Needleman's home and office were not returned immediately. Needleman is a prominent local defense attorney who...
  • 44th Legislative District

    44th Legislative District
    Location: The city portion of this city/county district, dubbed District 44A, runs roughly from the Upton and Harlem Park neighborhood west to the area between Frederick and Wilkins avenues out to the city line. Demographics: Adult population of about...
  • Man Indicted for Murdering Federal Witness Kareem Kelly Guest

    Antonio "Mack" Hall, a 30-year-old Baltimorean, was indicted Dec. 2 by a federal grand jury for murdering a federal witness, Kareem Kelly Guest, in Westport in 2009, according to a press release issued today by the U.S. Attorney's Office in Maryland....
  • David Simon introduces Paths of Glory Saturday, Sept. 25

    Local journalist, writer, and television auteur David Simon has never hid his appreciation for Stanley Kubrick's 1957 anti-war epic Paths of Glory. He's called it the "most important political film of the 20th century." He told NPR it was one of the...
  • Ex-State Delegate Admits to Crimes for Which He Was Not Charged

    Former state Del. William Madonna pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court on June 4 to structuring cash transactions to avoid bank reporting requirements, which are triggered whenever the amounts involved are $10,000 or more. But in the statement of facts...
  • Former Correctional Officer Finally Gets to Plead Guilty to Smuggling a Cell Phone and Drugs Into Prison

    In December, former correctional officer Lynae Chapman's attempt to plead guilty to smuggling a cell phone and drugs into prison for the father of her unborn child, accused murderer and alleged Black Guerilla Family prison-gang member Ray Donald Lee,...
  • Pagans Motorcycle Club President Named in New Maryland Indictment

    David Keith Barbeito of Myersville was already in a lot of trouble when, on May 27, he landed in more. That's when a federal grand jury in Maryland indicted him for possessing a Colt .45 semiautomatic pistol with an obliterated serial number and a...
  • Documentary Filmmaker Joe Berlinger Under Fire

    Earlier this month, a major blow was dealt to documentary filmmakers' and journalists' First Amendment rights. On May 6, U.S. District Court Judge Lewis A. Kaplan ruled in favor of a motion by the Chevron oil company subpoenaing 600 hours of footage of...
  • BGF Raids Turn Up Evidence of Prison Gang’s Drug-Dealing, But Also Its Ideology

    The Black Guerrilla Family (BGF) prison gang's alleged drug-dealing and violence, as described in court documents released as more than a dozen accused members were arrested on Apr. 12, are typical of Baltimore's crime scene. What's less prosaic about the...
  • Law-enforcement tactics questioned in Baltimore BGF case involving armed-robbery sting

    Last April, when Greyling Chase and Rodney Ellis were charged for the attempted armed robbery of a drug dealer in a sting operation set up by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), the charging documents made clear the men both "are high-...
  • Directed by Emily Topper and Mary Posatko

    The best documentaries-like Andrew Jarecki's Capturing the Friedmans or Werner Herzog's Grizzly Man-unfold with the narrative tension of the most outstanding fictional dramas. In Baltimore in Black and White, directors Emily Topper and Mary Posatko seem...
  • Following controversial case, new policy requires liquor board to make more decisions public

    After an uproar about a liquor license that was returned to an alleged child rapist, the Baltimore City Liquor License Board is changing its policy to make reconsideration of license revocations public. For the last 80 years, such considerations had...