By Robert Mazur
Federal Agent Robert Mazur spent 5 years undercover as a funds launderer to the overseas underworld, having access to the zenith of a felony hierarchy safeguarded by way of a circle of soiled bankers and businessmen who quietly form strength around the globe. those women and men keep an eye on multibillion-dollar drug-trafficking empires, operating their enterprises like public businesses. Accountants, legal professionals, and fiscal advisors, their roots run deep of their groups, and they're laundering billions of bucks a 12 months, manipulating advanced overseas finance structures to serve drug lords, corrupt politicians, tax cheats, and terrorists. In 1987, Mazur started infiltrating BCCI, bankers in the back of the Medellín cartel. He meticulously accrued proof for years till, in the course of a faux marriage ceremony, federal brokers arrested over forty high-ranking criminals, who have been all chanced on responsible and despatched to legal. by no means sooner than advised, this is often the superb, precise tale of ways he did it.
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Bloods on the East Coast are often referred to as the United Blood Nation (UBN). The UBN was created to protect black inmates from the Latin Kings and Netas, powerful Latino gangs. The Latin Kings targeted blacks in the prison. Some of the more violent black inmates organized and formed the UBN for protection and modeled it after the Blood gangs on the West Coast. In 1993 Omar Portee, better known as OG Mac, and OG Deadeye (Leonard Mackenzie) are credited for creating the UBN while at Rikers Island in 1993.
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Some believe that the lesson about organized political violence provided by Watts would play an instrumental role in the development of early Crip culture and ideology. ”10 Government and law enforcement agencies such as the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) viewed black political action groups as a security risk and actively worked to eliminate them. In the late 1960s FBI director J. 11 A number of armed conflicts occurred between the Panthers and police. Eventually government efforts led to the demise of the Panthers and other political action groups.