An incredibly violent gang with operations in the 1980s that stretched from Jamaica to New York to Miami and beyond, the Shower Posse got its name because it often rained rounds of automatic weapons fire on its victims.
The Shower Posse was born in the rough and ruthless ghettos of Kingston, Jamaica. From the '70s well into the '80s they were one of several gangs used by Jamaica's mainstream political parties as tools for extortion and intimidation.
The first and most famous director of the FBI consolidated his power through a combination of brilliant public relations moves and compromising personal files he maintained on politicians who held his fate in their hands, including several presidents.
Rayful Edmond's predecessor as D.C.'s drug kingpin was a native son who quietly plied his trade in the shadow of the Capitol, and ultimately developed a network that funneled drugs throughout major cities of the Eastern seaboard and even throughout Europe.
The son of a minister, this former drug Lord of Atlantic City was once said to have raked in more than a $1 million a month, a position he flaunted in public literally by wearing a gold crown on his head.
Born and raised in the South Bronx, Larry Davis made headlines when he wounded six NYC police officers in a dramatic 1986 shootout, after officers raided his sister's Bronx apartment to arrest him on charges of murdering five drug dealers.
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