BALTIMORE (WJZ) Eleven members of a Baltimore gang known as the “39 Children” or “GreenTeam” have been charged with a number of charges, including involvement in a criminal gang, first-degree murder, assault and a firearm.
Attorney General Brian Frosch joined BPD Commissioner Michael Harrison և ATF in issuing the indictment on Wednesday.
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The WJZ has acquired a music video in which the gang members are allegedly shaking hands with their weapons. It looks like it was shot in Baltimore Elementary School. The video has over 460,000 views.
“Murder, assault and car hijacking are among the hundreds of allegations in the indictments of 39 infant members,” Frosch said. “These people used threats and violence to control their territory, to retaliate against the opponents. They showed weapons, money on social networks, videos. “Our cooperation with the ATF և BPD has enabled us to link these defendants to a number of violent crimes և to file charges today.”
Frosch said the investigation into the organization began after ballistic evidence linked the weapons used in the two Baltimore killings to “numerous incidents, including murders, non-lethal shootings, gunfire, car hijackings and other violent crimes.”
Officials say the gang’s main product was cocaine.
“The crimes in this indictment are the types that hold communities hostage,” said Tony Crosby, ATF Assistant Special Officer.
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The attorney general said the gang was involved in eight attempted murders, four murders.
One of the wolves was 17-year-old London Stack. Baltimore police released a video of the teenager back in 2019, when he was killed. At the time, police were looking for two people who were visible in the video following the teenager.
The Prosecutor General said that the defendants ranged in age from 19 to 22 years. The accused men are all from Baltimore City.
- Gregory Beadles
- Pierre Briggs
- Damon Cornish
- Raequan Fields:
- Stephen Harrington
- Detoin acks exon
- Caron Johnson Onson
- ‘Cuan Powell
- Donny Thompson
- Ramel Wilson
- Ale ale Wise
The ATF said 19-year-old Alain Wise was the only defendant still wanted. He is described as an armed, dangerous fugitive accused of two counts of conspiracy. There is a $ 5,000 ransom for any information leading to his arrest.
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