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No Way, Lynae: Prison Guard’s Attempt to Plead Guilty in Cell-Phone Case Denied

December 10, 2009
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No Way, Lynae: Prison Guard’s Attempt to Plead Guilty in Cell-Phone Case Denied

Lynae Chapman Warren Brown is highly exercised on Dec. 9, as he returns to the defense table from Baltimore City Circuit Court Judge David Young’s bench. “I’ll say for the record, your honor,” the criminal-defense attorney declares, “that the state can forget about any help from this young lady.” Brown is referring to his...
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A short, link-littered history of City Paper’s Black Guerrilla Family coverage

April 26, 2013
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A short, link-littered history of City Paper’s Black Guerrilla Family coverage

The Black Guerrilla Family (BGF), though long known to be active in Maryland’s prisons and Baltimore’s streets, has suddenly become hot news, with the April 23 announcement of a federal indictment against 25 alleged members, including 13 Maryland correctional officers (COs). But the BGF had already burnished its image in the public’s mind in...
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Former Correctional Officer Finally Gets to Plead Guilty to Smuggling a Cell Phone and Drugs Into Prison

June 8, 2010
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Former Correctional Officer Finally Gets to Plead Guilty to Smuggling a Cell Phone and Drugs Into Prison

In December, former correctional officer Lynae Chapman’s attempt to plead guilty to smuggling a cell phone and drugs into prison for the father of her unborn child, accused murderer and alleged Black Guerilla Family prison-gang member Ray Donald Lee, was rejected by Baltimore City Circuit Court judge David Young. Yesterday, The Baltimore Sun reports,...
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Correctional Officer Charged for Bringing Pot and Cell Phones Into Baltimore City Detention Center

March 1, 2010
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Awareness of suspected corruption among Baltimore’s prison guards grew on early Sunday morning, with the arrest of 20-year-old correctional officer Shanika Johnson after she was searched as she entered the Baltimore City Detention Center (BCDC). According to court records in the case, when Johnson attempted to enter the facility, her “bag was searched by...
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