Criminal who was sentenced to 155 years in prison in 1987 for conspiring to commit terrorist acts inside the United States. He is the founder of the Chicago-based gang The Blackstone Rangers, later renamed Black P. Stone Nation and El Rukn.
He was a high school dropout who did time at the Cook County Temporary Juvenile Detention Center.
In 1983, he was sentenced to 13 years in prison for drug trafficking but was still able to order gang activities from inside prison. These activities are what ultimately led to his terrorism conviction.
He had children named Watkeeta, Antonio and Tonya.
He was accepted by mainstream society during his time with The Blackstone Rangers and was even invited to the 1969 inaugural ball by President Richard Nixon.