Before Cash Money Records, there were the Cash Money Brothers, a group of fictional New York City drug dealers whose criminal ascension during the '80s crack epidemic was masterminded by their leader, Nino Brown. The New Jack City character, played by Wesley Snipes, has become an iconic rags-to-ric ... More >>
The story of the 2012 presidential primary seems to be one of surging candidates quickly falling down to earth, with one, Mitt Romney, remaining consistently stable. It's beginning to look like Newt Gingrich might join Michelle Bachmann, Rick Perry, and Herman Cain as a discarded frontrunner. Aft ... More >>
US Marshals Service Wesley Snipes can learn a lot from Martha Stewart. He starts a three-year prison sentence tomorrow in Pennsylvania for tax-related infractions. But rather than accepting his punishment like a man, he bitched to Larry King last night on CNN about how "upset and disappointed tha ... More >>
Marlon T. "X-Large" Moore sure looks like one of the dumbest criminals in Miami history.Late last year, the 38-year-old Miami native was arrested while on probation from federal prison for filing false tax claims -- to the tune of $14 trillion. Yeah, trillion. With a t. If the IRS had paid out, ... More >>
Last Friday, I told you about a wild police chase down NE Second Avenue. Well here's a mug Miami-Dade CorrectionsJonathan Henry Cobb Got A Free Ride to Dade County Lock-Upof the culprit who thought he was reprising Wesley Snipes' role in U.S. Marshals. His name is Jonathan Henry Cobb, a 25-year-o ... More >>
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