How Did MD Prisoner Advocacy Group Evolve Into Powerful Gang?

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Five years ago, next to the chapel in a Maryland prison, the Black Guerrilla Family (BGF) kept its own office with desks, chairs and computers. The group's ranking members met there with community leaders to talk about reducing gang activity in prison and beyond. They wrote a manual filled with self-help rhetoric that they distributed
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