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  1. Drug lord - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    A drug lord, drug baron, kingpin, or narcotrafficker is a person who controls a sizable network of persons involved in the illegal drug trade. Such figures …
  1. East Harlem Purple Gang - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    The East Harlem Purple Gang was a semi-independent group of Italian American hit-men and heroin dealers who according to Federal prosecutors dominated heroin ...
  1. Cornell Jones - Biography - Drug Dealer -

    Visit and see how an illegal drug empire is built through the life of Cornell Jones who ran the first "open-air" "drug market in the country.
  1. Lorenzo Nichols - Biography - Drug Dealer -

    Lorenzo Nichols was one of the top drug lords in New York City in the 1980s. He is currently serving time in a New York State corrections facility.
  1. A Drug Dealer Gets a Sentence Of 7 Life Terms -

    Dec 02, 1989 · A 30-year-old drug dealer who ran one of the largest and most violent drug rings in Brooklyn and was responsible for 6 murders, 17 assaults, a kidnapping ...
  1. Harlem - Local Neighborhood News - New York New York: Harlem's leading neighborhood news source-covering entertainment, education, politics, crime, sports, and dining.
  1. The Most Notorious Female Drug Kingpins - Mandatory

    They say that the female is the most dangerous of the species, and that extends to the drug game as well. Women at the top of drug cartels are a far cry from hapless ...
  1. Black Underworld - Panache Report

    black underworld more black underworld? click here: (part 2-in our scandal & vice column) (black detroit hit man-most dangerous in u.s. history)
  1. Decades of Drug Use: The '80s and '90s - Gallup.Com ...

    This is the second in a three-part series examining the history of public opinion on illegal drug use. This segment focuses on the 1980s and 90s.
  1. Drug Trafficking and Organized Crime - DRCNet Online ...

    America's Habit Drug Abuse, Drug Trafficking, & Organized Crime . President's Commission on Organized Crime, 1986