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Fatal Museum Event Held by Controversial Group Exposed in '06 by CP

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's crime reporter, Justin Fenton, has been on a roll, measured as much by his prodigious output of stories as by the depths to which he's been digging. '

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His coverage of the recent

associated with a party held at the Great Blacks in Wax Museum has been particularly probing. The group that promoted the party—the Baltimore Christian Community Association (BCCA), which sponsors the Baltimore Christian Warriors sports team—has been called out by Fenton for being something less than Christian, and part of his evidence was a 2006 article in

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CP

called

by The Nose. The piece covers the BCCA's sponsorship of a party to celebrate local porn starlet Kianna Jayde's appearance in a DVD series called

Thick Azz Redbones

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Quite a track record for a group whose incorporation papers say its purpose is "exclusively for religious, charitable, and educational purposes, and, more specifically, to promote and foster amateur sports competition between and among community youth within the framework of religious and biblical guidance."

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