BMF(Black Mafia Family)

American organized crime groups included traditional groups such as La Cosa Nostra & the Italian Mafia to modern groups such as Black Mafia Family. Discuss the most organized criminal groups in the United States including gangs in Canada.
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BMF(Black Mafia Family)

Unread post by dblockin » August 4th, 2005, 6:25 pm

i keep hering alot about these dudes as of late
Who are they and who his their leader and don't say meech cause hes just a figure head in that organization

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Unread post by Dr. Gonzo » August 4th, 2005, 6:31 pm

Do you mean the BGF?

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Unread post by purplecityhello » August 4th, 2005, 6:47 pm

them niggas keep they lips real tight
i know alot about them, well not alot but more than most niggas

21 Guns over Tuskegee ----- a Broken noose and a rifle

they keep it funky

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Unread post by dblockin » August 5th, 2005, 3:05 pm

Dr. Gonzo wrote:Do you mean the BGF?
naw BMF dude

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Unread post by dblockin » August 5th, 2005, 3:12 pm

purplecityhello wrote:them niggas keep they lips real tight
i know alot about them, well not alot but more than most niggas

21 Guns over Tuskegee ----- a Broken noose and a rifle

they keep it funky
well how much do you know do you have article about them or do you you know member of the organization the reason why am askin is i when to tonronto last week and saw a couples of them in benzes and bentleys one of them approch me on some cool shit telling me what he what about and he even gave me a business card if whenever i was interseted in doing business with him.He was cool as fuck thank to him i know the true meaning of sipping high priced champagne.But i wanna more about them not on some snitching cause i don't fuck with snitches

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Unread post by purplecityhello » August 7th, 2005, 12:22 pm

haha article

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Unread post by zip3ace » August 8th, 2005, 8:45 am

squallieee!

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Unread post by kg_loco1 » August 8th, 2005, 11:35 am

bmf(blacc mafia fam)he aint talkin bout BGF lol u talkin bout them rapperr catz with bleu davinci n all dem cat.....niccaz say they loccin i dunno if they really are or not they was staccin pretty hard though peeped em in some dvd cant remember ryte now jeezy part of that 2 if aint mistaken

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Unread post by Guage12 » September 2nd, 2005, 2:30 pm

In WestSide San Bernardino cali in the W/S Projects there is Black Mafia Family I.E. Mob only place I've ever heard there to be BFM..

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Unread post by Trey » September 11th, 2005, 1:11 am

Where is that group centralized at?

I heard about a lot of them dudes come from New York then I hear Young Jeezy is a member and he from Atlanta and this other rapper Blue DaVinci is from Carson?

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Unread post by dblockin » September 17th, 2005, 6:15 am

they centralize mostly in detroit that's the fondation but this organization his all over the place.people say they are like a new and improuved gangster disiples

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Unread post by urbano » September 29th, 2005, 5:03 pm

BS...there are no black mafia's ...but yes gangs...so stop the BS b4 i set 18st on ur ass

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Unread post by Jakk » September 29th, 2005, 5:10 pm

well in the state of S.Carloina theres a Prison gang called T
he Black Mafia
they are a group simerler to
The Black Gorilla Family
and
The Black Panthers

is that what you mean

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Unread post by purplecityhello » September 30th, 2005, 6:59 am

this nigga krazy if he think there aint no black mobs
get off that ignorant only wops are organized shit

i got stories fam - none of which i will divulge here
but trust niggas is like the air, just because u dont seem dont mean....

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Unread post by Red Kelly » October 3rd, 2005, 8:53 am

Purple, I'm curious about the involvement of black organized crime groups in illegal gambling. Are there any large scale sports bookmaking
operations in NYC. I've read some stuff about large sports gambling operations inside of prisons but you never hear about any major busts on the outside except those involving the italians. I know that doesn't mean that there not out there. Also what about underground casinos, card games, illegal numbers, video poker etc. I know these operations took big losses in business because of state lotteries, online betting, and the growth of Indian cainos but I also know that there is still money to be made. Do black gangsters get involved in operations like this or do they concentrate on other rackets?

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Unread post by Trey » October 3rd, 2005, 6:24 pm

So is Black Mafia Family (Meech, Blue DaVinci, Young Jeezy, etc.) the same as Black Mafia in New York (King Tut, Haitian Jack, etc.)? Or are they just two groups with a common gang name?

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Unread post by NewJerzThug » October 4th, 2005, 8:45 pm

they are the same street gang....thats why jeezy was signed with boyz in the hood to puff daddys label because puffy is getting extorted or used by these guys....i think puffy had king tut on his payroll as a bodyguard thru the years and is connected to the bmf

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Unread post by perongregory » October 4th, 2005, 10:26 pm

you remember Tupac says something about Hatian Jack snitchin either him out or someone, transforming, and then gettin murdered on the 7 Day Thory album?

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Unread post by leftcoast » October 5th, 2005, 12:53 am

Purple, I'm curious about the involvement of black organized crime groups in illegal gambling. Are there any large scale sports bookmaking
operations in NYC. I've read some stuff about large sports gambling operations inside of prisons but you never hear about any major busts on the outside except those involving the italians. I know that doesn't mean that there not out there. Also what about underground casinos, card games, illegal numbers, video poker etc. I know these operations took big losses in business because of state lotteries, online betting, and the growth of Indian cainos but I also know that there is still money to be made. Do black gangsters get involved in operations like this or do they concentrate on other rackets?
if it looks like bacon, sounds like bacon, smells like bacon... then it probly is bacon..... :P

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Unread post by NewJerzThug » October 5th, 2005, 1:58 am

perongregory wrote:you remember Tupac says something about Hatian Jack snitchin either him out or someone, transforming, and then gettin murdered on the 7 Day Thory album?
yea i remember that....i have also heard that Haitian Jack was working with the govt. and thats why he got off during the 2pac rape case....pac calls him a snitch because he found out he was workin for the govt. and he set pac up.

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Unread post by Red Kelly » October 5th, 2005, 6:20 am

In response to the comment about me being a cop:

Yeah, you caught me I live in Augusta, Georgia and run a nightclub in my regular life but I sometimes go deep undercover to bust black organized crime groups in NYC. It was a simple question. Why would police go on a gang forum to investigate gambling when all they have to do is send somebody out to try and get a bet down. I wasn't expecting names and addresses. Black organized crime practically invented the numbers racket so gambling has played a big part in its history. A decent sized bookmaking operation in a town of 200,000 people can profit as much as $500,000 dollars a year and in a lot of places the police won't even harass you. I was mainly curious if sports gambling and cards were as popular with black as they are with whites. Purple has answered my questions before with no problems so why don't you just mind your own business and quite trying to catch me doing something sneaky. There are plenty of other posters with far more stupid questions and ridiculous claims.

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Unread post by BlueCadillaC167 » October 5th, 2005, 1:46 pm

Yo any of yall know of any websites where I can catch Music or videos by Bleu Devenchi?

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i herd the same

Unread post by wutevr » October 9th, 2005, 9:58 am

Trey wrote:Where is that group centralized at?

I heard about a lot of them dudes come from New York then I hear Young Jeezy is a member and he from Atlanta and this other rapper Blue DaVinci is from Carson?
my homegurl says her dad frum there but hes bak and forth frum the Chi ta NY---but that dey B konnected w/Masons or sum shit?

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Unread post by Trey » October 28th, 2005, 3:30 pm

http://www.dea.gov/pubs/pressrel/pr102805.html

DEA Deals Motor City Mafia a Knock-out Blow
Detroit Drug Legends Facing Twenty Years to Life

OCT 28 -- (Washington, D.C.)-The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) dealt a knock-out blow to the self-named Black Mafia Family (BMF) arresting 30 individuals and seizing $3 million in currency and assets, 2 1/2 kilograms of cocaine and numerous weapons. The BMF was a large-scale cocaine trafficking and money laundering organization operating a criminal enterprise in Detroit, MI; Atlanta, and Columbus, GA; Los Angeles, CA; Miami, Ft. Lauderdale and Orlando, FL; St. Louis, MO; Greenville, SC; and Louisville, KY. Prior to today’s arrests, DEA and state and local authorities had arrested 17 BMF members and associates and seized 632 kilograms of cocaine, $5.3 million in U.S. currency, and $5.7 million in assets.

Initially based in Southwest Detroit, brothers Terry and Demetrius Flenory, the founders and ringleaders of the group, began their drug trafficking careers selling $50 bags of crack during their high school years in the mid-1980s. Expanding to other cities in the 1990s, the brothers extended their small scale trafficking organization into a multi-million dollar criminal enterprise operating in numerous states.

“The BMF was a sophisticated drug smuggling and money laundering organization, led by brothers that operated in 11 U.S. states and had direct links to Mexico-based drug trafficking organizations,” said DEA Administrator Karen P. Tandy.

DEA, Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation (IRS - CI) and the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Eastern District of Michigan joined forces in Operation Motor City Mafia, a 2-year Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force (OCDETF) investigation coordinated by DEA’s Special Operations Division (SOD) that began on October 28, 2003.

Information gathered during the investigation revealed that the BMF distributed thousands of kilograms of cocaine and laundered millions of dollars in drug proceeds. BMF members and associates were responsible for trafficking approximately 2,500 kilos of cocaine monthly through their Atlanta hub.

“ For too many years, these drug dealers have poisoned our streets and cast shadows of fear across our communities. Today's arrests dismantle this drug mob and should significantly impact drug-related crime in the communities where the BMF operated," Tandy added .

The organization used sophisticated “traps” (hidden compartments) in stretch limousines to conceal and transport drugs and money. In an attempt to foil drug-sniffing dogs, they equipped some of their vehicles with devices to mechanically expel drug-tainted air.

The Motor City Mafia investigation is part of DEA’s “Street Light Initiative (SLI).” This new DEA umbrella initiative is designed to shine light on the fact that street gangs, either large or small, destroy America’s communities through the use of fear and intimidation in furtherance of their drug trafficking activities.

The SLI was conceived last June when DEA led “Operation Silent Night,” which resulted in the arrest of twenty three members of the Vineland Boys street gang in Burbank, California-shutting down a drug trafficking organization charged with numerous violent crimes and the murder of a police officer in relation to a drug trafficking crime.

DEA, Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation (IRS - CI) and the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Eastern District of Michigan joined forces in Operation Motor City Mafia, a 2-year Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force (OCDETF) investigation coordinated by DEA’s Special Operations Division (SOD) that began on October 28, 2003.

“The proceeds from the sale of illegal narcotics are funneled through the underground, untaxed economy. This impacts every law abiding, taxpaying citizen,” stated Nancy J. Jardini, IRS Chief of Criminal Investigation. “In this investigation, the IRS Criminal Investigators analyzed the monetary transactions to track the illegal proceeds of this drug trafficking organization, and the money trail lead to the individuals indicted today. When law enforcement agencies combine resources and expertise, we create a formidable force-the result of which you see today with the announcement of these indictments.”

In addition to DEA, IRS, and the United States Attorney’s offices for the Eastern District of Michigan, the following U.S. Attorney’s Offices were instrumental in bringing these charges: Middle District of Georgia; Central District of California; Middle, Southern, and Northern Districts of Florida; Southern District of New York; Eastern District of North Carolina; Eastern District of Missouri ; District of South Carolina; and Western District of Kentucky. The following agencies contributed invaluable assistance to the successful outcome of this investigation: United States Marshals Service; Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco Firearms and Explosives; Michigan State Police; Fulton County, GA District Attorney’s Office; Atlanta Police Department; Hollywood, FL Police Department; Muscogee County, GA, Sheriffs Office.

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Unread post by OBG GUSTO » November 21st, 2005, 1:32 pm

Red Kelly wrote:Purple, I'm curious about the involvement of black organized crime groups in illegal gambling. Are there any large scale sports bookmaking
operations in NYC. I've read some stuff about large sports gambling operations inside of prisons but you never hear about any major busts on the outside except those involving the italians. I know that doesn't mean that there not out there. Also what about underground casinos, card games, illegal numbers, video poker etc. I know these operations took big losses in business because of state lotteries, online betting, and the growth of Indian cainos but I also know that there is still money to be made. Do black gangsters get involved in operations like this or do they concentrate on other rackets?

this niggas a fed, no wonder he trying to get info outta bitch ass slob nigga

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Unread post by purplecityhello » November 21st, 2005, 2:04 pm

bitch ass slob nigga... that hurt

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Unread post by Red Kelly » November 22nd, 2005, 12:23 pm

OK , I am going to spell this out for all of you that don't understand how things work in America and for those too stupid to read newspapers and keep up with current events. The FEDS would not be trolling an online gang website for info on gambling. They would probably have somebody out in the field trying to place wagers or get a seat at a card game or play an illegal number. Gambling is low on the list of their priorities right now because of all the camel jockeys who are trying to blow America up. If they were making a case against someone it most likely would be tied in with Italian OC and would probably be tied in with money laundering or a RICO case. Gambling convictions when they do make a case usually result in short prison terms or a suspended / reduced sentence and probation. I didn't ask for any names I only asked if it was still a racket that black organized crime groups used to make money because it is less risky as opposed to the stiff drug penalties handed down in the legal system today. I find it laughable that there are people on here pointing fingers and calling me a fed for asking such a minor question. If purple doesn't want to answer or does not know that is fine my feelings won't be hurt but to be called a fed by the people on this site who give out info and run your mouth on a daily basis. If you continue to talk and run your mouth you will eventually snitch on someone else or even yourself without even knowing it.

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Unread post by MiChuhSuh » November 22nd, 2005, 4:07 pm

OBG GUSTO wrote:
Red Kelly wrote:Purple, I'm curious about the involvement of black organized crime groups in illegal gambling. Are there any large scale sports bookmaking
operations in NYC. I've read some stuff about large sports gambling operations inside of prisons but you never hear about any major busts on the outside except those involving the italians. I know that doesn't mean that there not out there. Also what about underground casinos, card games, illegal numbers, video poker etc. I know these operations took big losses in business because of state lotteries, online betting, and the growth of Indian cainos but I also know that there is still money to be made. Do black gangsters get involved in operations like this or do they concentrate on other rackets?

this niggas a fed, no wonder he trying to get info outta bitch ass slob nigga
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Dawg do you know how to read between the lines?

That is OBVIOUS sarcasm, some of ya'll need to go back to school or get your GEDs or something because reading is supposed to be fundamental. Not saying everyone needs to be a genius, but this is basic stuff.

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Unread post by MiChuhSuh » November 22nd, 2005, 4:09 pm

Red Kelly wrote:OK , I am going to spell this out for all of you that don't understand how things work in America and for those too stupid to read newspapers and keep up with current events. The FEDS would not be trolling an online gang website for info on gambling. They would probably have somebody out in the field trying to place wagers or get a seat at a card game or play an illegal number. Gambling is low on the list of their priorities right now because of all the camel jockeys who are trying to blow America up. If they were making a case against someone it most likely would be tied in with Italian OC and would probably be tied in with money laundering or a RICO case. Gambling convictions when they do make a case usually result in short prison terms or a suspended / reduced sentence and probation. I didn't ask for any names I only asked if it was still a racket that black organized crime groups used to make money because it is less risky as opposed to the stiff drug penalties handed down in the legal system today. I find it laughable that there are people on here pointing fingers and calling me a fed for asking such a minor question. If purple doesn't want to answer or does not know that is fine my feelings won't be hurt but to be called a fed by the people on this site who give out info and run your mouth on a daily basis. If you continue to talk and run your mouth you will eventually snitch on someone else or even yourself without even knowing it.
This is true for gambling (also for prostitution, since both can be busted with plant customers) but there was actually a dude on here from NSA as a part of Homeland Security, he wasn't really trolling this board hard for info, but he said that in one month on another board they made like 50 real arrests based on the dumb things people blurted out. His main focus was terrorists websites since that is mainly how people like Osama are getting messages out, but he also did some gang sites for murders, rapes, etc. because gangs are now considered a part of terrorism in some cases.

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Unread post by Red Kelly » November 23rd, 2005, 1:31 am

Sorry I wasn't looking for sarcasm from this group but I've been called a cop before for the simple reason that my post was written in correct English. I mean come on there comes a point where stuff gets ridiculous. As far as the poster working for NSA I followed that whole situation and even though I really want to believe it 50 arrests seems kind of farfetched. If a situation like this happened you normally would read about it online but there was no mention when I typed one of his recent stories of an arrest into google. Not to mention the fact that if I'm this guy why in the hell would I give away such info if it was making so many cases. On the other hand there is another poster with similar profile that I suspect may be an alter ego but I doubt it.

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Re: BMF(Black Mafia Family)

Unread post by alexalonso » August 24th, 2008, 5:40 pm

As is magazine has a feature article on the Black Mafia Family. The Family Speaks

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Re: BMF(Black Mafia Family)

Unread post by luqman » September 15th, 2008, 4:15 pm

yeah I just saw on world star hip hop that the mane guy just got 30 years for coke... not sure if thes guys are real mafia like eme, but hey at least they got Coke!!

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