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Rich Porter; Porter was known for his flamboyance and high-profile lifestyle.He started selling drugs when he was 12 and by time he was 18 owned a brand new BMW. It was rumored that he never wore the same outfit twice and kept a garage in Manhattan filled with dozens of luxury cars. This trio also did many dealings with mafioso Ian "E.N." Saporita, before he was shot and killed in front of a bodega in Harlem. Rich Porter was murdered by Alberto "Alpo" Martinez and an accomplice on or around the night of Jan 3,1990 over drug money that Porter was suppossed to have owed to "Alpo". Alberto "Alpo" Martinez; Alberto "Alpo" Martinez was a Puerto Rican Drug Lord who rose to power in the 1980's alonogside Richie Porter and Azie Faison. The majority of his trade was centralized around the North East in cities of New York City, Virginia Beach and Washington DC. On the night of January 4th, 1990 Martinez and an accomplice murdered Rich Poter. Porter was murdered beacuse of drug money he supposedly owed Martinez. In the issue of F.E.D.S. magazine he explains how he killed his good friend: "My man Gary shot him twice, but Rich didn't die so than i shot him. I know he felt something because i had to pry his hands off the door knob. Did I kill Rich yes, yes i did kill Rich but it wasnt personal it was business". Martinez is currently serving a life sentence for 13 homicides including the murder of Rich Porter. Az; While working in the cleaners Ace meets a pretty rich Hispanic who askes him to wash a pair of pants for him. Ace finds coke in his pants and is baffled because the guy does not look like a drug dealer because he is not flashy or anything. The local drug dealer Calvin is locked up at the time so Ace takes over his strip. Mitch is not messing with Ace because he does not sell coke, but after he gets arrested he starts becomes partners with Ace dealing crack with Rico. The trio are extremely well known in harlem. Ace is quiet and tries to remain low profile, while Rich is a hood rich pretty boy, and Alpo is a killa who ain't afraid to let it be known.

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 Wayne Perry was born November 14, 1962. Born and raised in Washington D.C. Spent a lot of summers of his childhood in Georgia. When he was 12, his extended brother name lop gave him the nickname Silk because he was real smooth in sports and with the ladies. He went to Wilson High School, but got locked up for shooting the hall moniter in 79. He didn't shoot him though. It was a riot between South Washington and North Washington and Silk started by beating on this older man from North Washington. Silk didn't have a weapon, and it was known that he would ride it out and wouldn't snitch, so the people who did lied on him. He beat the charge in court. He got kicked out of Wilson and ended up going to Randall but ended up beating the baseball team coach with a bat at practice and ended up banned from all D.C. public schools. In 75 he started hustling. In 76 he learned how to cheat with crooked dice, marked and cut cards. In 78 he started robbing banks. In 79 his little brother got killed during a bank robbery by a cop. In 84 he ended up killing a man in front of the police and got sent to a youth camp. He was released in 87. His pops was in critical condition from having 2 strokes and died a short time later. He met Alpo in 89. He was going to kill him over a lie that a girl told him. Alpo was with one of Wayne's close friend, Lil Pop, and he asked Wayne not to Kill Alpo. Also, Wayne Perry and Rayful Edmond are cousins.

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John Gotti and some of his family In 1962, John Gotti (top r.) married 17-year-old Victoria DiGiorgio (bottom r.) as they were already expecting their second child. They are pictured here at the wedding of their son John Gotti Jr. (top c.) and his wife Kimberly Albanese (bottom c.) along with their other son Peter (top l.) and daughter Angel (bottom l.). Although John Gotti tried his hand at a few legitimate.

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Колумбийский наркобарон Пабло Эскобар на пике своего могущества в 1989 году, согласно списку Forbes, имел состояние в 25 миллиардов долларов. По свидетельству его сына, однажды, скрываясь от властей в горах, Эскобар сжёг 2 миллиона наличными, чтобы согреть замёрзшую дочь и приготовить пищу.

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John Gotti continues his reign as boss While in prison, Gotti held on to his position as Gambino boss as he relayed orders through his son John Gotti Jr. and brother Peter on his behalf. John Gotti is pictured here talking to his brother Peter while at a maximum security prison in Marion, Illinois in 1996.

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38-foot Bayliner Yacht Aside from the murder of one of his associates inside the Montana Dry Cleaners store, there was a remarkable absence of violence associated with Mickens' drug network - unlike that which typified most other organizations of it's kind. As a consequence, law enforcement agencies were forced to rely on charges more commonly levied against white collar criminals such as stock brokers than uneducated drug dealers. Approximately $2.5 million in assets, including 15 cars were seized when Mickens was arrested on May 10, 1988 at his Dix Hills residence. When federal agents confiscated his Rolls-Royce they found a copy of Scarface in the car's VCR. He eventually learned that he'd been under investigation by the FBI, IRS, DEA, U.S. Customs and the NYPD since 1987. Mickens' paid his legal counsel, famed defense attorney Robert Simels, upwards of $10,000 per day during his federal trial in order to keep from having to serve the 220 years of potential prison time that he faced. Though he was acquitted on two counts of distrubiting cocaine, the 26-year-old Mickens was nevertheless convicted on various counts related to his drug trafficking activities in June, 1989, after a four-month trial. His primary convictions, however, were for tax evasion and money laundering. He was found guilty of conspiracy to distribute and to possess with intent to distribute cocaine, conspiracy to defraud the United States, 1 count of structuring a financial transaction as part of a pattern of illegal activity, 1 count of filing a perjurious income tax return, 4 counts of income tax evasion, and 8 counts of money laundering. In December, 1989, he was sentenced to 35 years in federal prison and fined in excess of $1 million. Though the proceedings were largely uneventful, Mickens managed to cause a stir when he made a hand gesture in the shape of a gun pointed in the direction of his former attorney as he entered the courtroom to testify against the defendant. Another memorable episode of the trial was the day that assistant United States Attorney Kirby Heller brought in a virtual parade of high-end car salesmen before the court to point out perhaps their youngest cu