4 Arrested After Crack Cocaine Find – Marietta Times

Crack Cocaine: 4 arrested after crack cocaine find – Marietta Times
An early Monday morning search of a Devola residence netted 18 grams of crack cocaine and four arrests, according to the Washington County Sheriff’s Office. Arrested were two Columbus men and the two occupants of the mobile home, Josey C. Barton, 20, and …
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Crack Cocaine: Belleville man pleads guilty in cocaine case; tried to sell crack – News-Democrat
A Belleville man has pleaded guilty in federal court to a charge of dealing crack cocaine. Abdu Newby, 28, pleaded guilty Sept. 12 to one court of possession with intent to distribute five grams or more of crack cocaine, according to Stephen R …
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Crack Cocaine: Man cites cocaine’s role in murder of disabled friend – MySanAntonio
A San Antonio man who was arrested in December after he told police he stabbed to death his disabled former neighbor while high on crack cocaine tearfully apologized to the victim’s family Monday as he was ordered to serve 40 years in prison. Antonio …
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Crack Cocaine: Gary Webb In his own words (2004)



The Complete Malcolm X: malcolmxfiles.blogspot.com “For the better part of a decade, a San Francisco Bay Area drug ring sold tons of cocaine to the Crips and Bloods street gangs of Los Angeles and funneled millions in drug profits to a Latin American guerrilla army run by the US Central Intelligence Agency.” So begins the controversial three part series, published last August, by Gary Webb in the San Jose Mercury News. The story makes the allegation that beyond selling drugs in America in the 1980’s, the US-backed Contra rebels, fighting a Cuban-backed Nicaraguan regime, were largely responsible for introducing crack-cocaine into the US This issue has raised interest to the point that a Senate Select Committee on Intelligence has begun hearings on it. The story has been picked up by other news organizations, notably The Washington Post and The Los Angeles Times. These two papers question some of Mr. Webb’s sources and his findings, especially regarding the introduction of crack into America, the targetting by Contra dealers of African-American communities and the involvement of the CIA. In his defense, Mr. Webb told The Washington Post that “this (series) doesn’t prove the CIA targeted black communities. It doesn’t say this was ordered by the CIA… Essentially our trail stopped at the door of the CIA.” A 1989 Senate Foreign Relations Committee report that looked into this issue also stopped just short of implicating the CIA. It stated, “There are some serious questions

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