American drug traffickers

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  1. 2 Pistols

    2 Pistols

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    American rapper

  2. Adam Jasinski

    Adam Jasinski

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    American television personality

  3. Adolfo Constanzo

    Adolfo Constanzo

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    American serial killer

  4. Alpo Martinez

    Alpo Martinez

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    Alberto Geddis 'Alpo' Martinez (born June 8, 1966 in Harlem, New York) is a Puerto Rican American former drug dealer who rose to prominence alongside Azie Faison and Rich Porter in the mid 1980s in Harlem during the War on Drugs. He went on to expand to his drug trade to other parts of New York City, and to other cities in the north-east, notably Washington D.C. He is currently serving a 35-year sentence for 14 counts of homicide at ADX Florence supermax.


  5. Andre Melendez

    Andre Melendez

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    Andre Melendez (c. May 1, 1971 – March 17, 1996), better known as Angel Melendez, was a member of the Club Kids and drug dealer who lived and worked in New York City. Melendez and his family arrived in New York from Colombia when Melendez was eight years old. Melendez became a drug dealer during the early 1990s after he met Peter Gatien, owner of the Limelight Club in New York, and became a regular dealer in Gatien's clubs. He was frequently seen at Manhattan clubs wearing his signature feathered wings.


  6. Andrew C. Thornton II

    Andrew C. Thornton II

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    American drug trafficker

  7. Andrew Warren

    Andrew Warren

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    American, Criminal

  8. Anthony Grandison

    Anthony Grandison

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    Anthony Grandison is an American drug dealer and murderer who is currently awaiting execution in Maryland. He was sentenced to death for ordering the killing of a pair of witnesses more than 25 years ago.


  9. Anthony Graziano

    Anthony Graziano

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    Anthony A. Graziano (born November 12, 1940) is a New York City mobster and the former consigliere in the Bonanno crime family.


  10. Anthony Papa

    Anthony Papa

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    Anthony Papa (born June 6, 1960 in New York City) is an artist, author, advocate against the war on drugs and co-founder of the Mothers of the New York Disappeared.


  11. Arnold Squitieri

    Arnold Squitieri

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    American mobster

  12. Baby D (rapper)

    Baby D (rapper)

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    American rapper

  13. Bam Morris

    Bam Morris

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    Player of American football

  14. Barry Mills (Aryan Brotherhood)

    Barry Mills (Aryan Brotherhood)

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    Barry Byron "The Baron" Mills (born 1948) is a leader of the Aryan Brotherhood (AB) prison gang. Mills was incarcerated into the California state prison system at a young age, where he rose in the ranks of the AB organization in the 1970s and 80s.


  15. Barry Seal

    Barry Seal

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    American drug trafficker

  16. Billy Hayes

    Billy Hayes

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    William "Billy" Hayes (born April 3, 1947) is an American writer, actor, convicted drug smuggler and film director. He is best known for his autobiographical book Midnight Express, about his experiences in and escape from a Turkish prison after being convicted of smuggling hashish. He was one of hundreds of U.S. citizens in foreign jails serving drug charge sentences following a drug smuggling crackdown by foreign governments.


  17. Brett Kimberlin

    Brett Kimberlin

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    Brett Kimberlin (born 1954) is best known as the perpetrator of the Speedway bombings in 1978. Since his release from prison, Kimberlin has co-founded the non-profit Justice Through Music Project and the activist organization Velvet Revolution. He has also been involved in various legal disputes.


  18. Bumpy Johnson

    Bumpy Johnson

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    African American mobster

  19. Cameron Douglas

    Cameron Douglas

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    American actor

  20. Carlos Vignali

    Carlos Vignali

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    Carlos Anibal Vignali had his federal prison sentence commuted by President of the United States Bill Clinton just prior to leaving office, as a part of a group of commutations and pardons. At the time, he was serving the 6th of 15 years in prison for organized cocaine trafficking. Carlos Vignali's attorney during his trial and sentencing was prominent Minnesota attorney, Ronald I. Meshbesher.


  21. Carmine Galante

    Carmine Galante

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    American mob boss

  22. Ciro Mancuso

    Ciro Mancuso

    36 views
    American drug trafficker

  23. Clyde Apperson

    Clyde Apperson

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    Arrestee(Nov 6, 2000)for running the largest illicit LSD manufacturing operation in the history of the United States with partner William Leonard Pickard

  24. Costabile Farace

    Costabile Farace

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    Costabile "Gus" Farace, Jr. (June 21, 1960 Bushwick, Brooklyn - November 17, 1989 Bensonhurst, Brooklyn) was a low-level criminal with the Bonanno crime family who murdered a teenage male prostitute and a federal Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agent in New York City.


  25. Daniel Baransky

    Daniel Baransky

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    Daniel Baransky (1955–1986) was rumoured to be the youngest member of the Brotherhood of Eternal Love. In 1967, Danny, then a 12-year-old runaway, was befriended by John Griggs who found him "sitting barefoot, lonely and lost."The boy had made the cross country trip from Philadelphia to San Diego, but while hitchhiking to San Francisco, was robbed of his knapsack and shoes near Oceanside. Confused and dazed, he was rescued by Griggs, a former Anaheim Gang leader who had been transformed by an LSD experience, Danny was nicknamed 'Bomb' and became part of a group that preached an epistle of Love and LSD.


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