BGF graffiti

Slides Baltimore prosecutors are using to show legislators that gang activity is all over Baltimore in the hopes the lawmakers will shore up a state anti-gang statute. Right now, most significant prosecutions have to be handled by the feds.   1.)   Two dozen Marylanders believed to be associated with the Black Guerrilla Family gang, graffiti seen here, were indicted in April on federal drug and weapons charges   MANDATORY CREDIT:  Baltimore Examiner and Washington Examiner OUT

( Baltimore Sun / September 11, 2009 )

Slides Baltimore prosecutors are using to show legislators that gang activity is all over Baltimore in the hopes the lawmakers will shore up a state anti-gang statute. Right now, most significant prosecutions have to be handled by the feds. 1.) Two dozen Marylanders believed to be associated with the Black Guerrilla Family gang, graffiti seen here, were indicted in April on federal drug and weapons charges MANDATORY CREDIT: Baltimore Examiner and Washington Examiner OUT

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