Drug lord who is widely credited with introducing crack cocaine into the neighborhoods of Washington, D.C. in the 80's. He was sentenced to life in prison without parole for his crimes and eventually became a government informant.
He entered the world of drug dealing at age nine and dropped out of college to work for a local drug dealer.
He was a fan of Georgetown college basketball and befriended players like
His mother Constance was sentenced to fourteen years in prison for her role in his crime operations.
After being incarcerated, he continued to deal drugs with the help of Osvaldo Trajillo-Blanco, son of "Cocaine Godmother" Griselda Blanco.