The murder of a baby turns out to be a mercy killing because she had a fatal disease.
American Gangster: Season 3: Episode 1 -- At the helm of the Gangster Disciples, Larry 'King' Hoover reigned as the notorious 1970s gang leader. Incarcerated for over thirty years, King Hoover advocates insist he is a friend to the people, not a violent criminal.
American Gangster: Season 1: Episode 5 -- Some may refer to Billy Joe, Willie, Larry and Otis Chambers as the First Family of Crime. These four brothers who hailed from Arkansas grew up to be some of the most notorious drug lords in America, with profits that exceeded $
American Gangster: Season 3: Episode 1 -- In the wee hours of the morning on April 6, 2003, four men drilled a hole through the wall of a vacant restaurant in San Francisco's Union Square district that would eventually gain them entry into Lang Estate Jewelers.
American Gangster: Season 3: Episode 1 -- Black Inc became code for Murder Inc on the streets of Philly in the 1970s. Explore the mentality, the ruthless deranged violence that was the Philly Black Mafia.
American Gangster: Season 2: Episode 9 -- Rayful Edmond III was Washington D.C.'s most notorious drug kingpin in the 1980s. As his business grew, so did the violence and murders. Eventually the feds convicted Edmond to two life without parole sentences.
American Gangster: Season 1: Episode 2 -- Illiterate, but an athlete, 'Freeway' Ricky Ross went from being a sports king to the crack king in the 70s and 80s when drugs were turning L.A. into the 'Hood' from hell.
American Gangster: Season 2: Episode 7 -- The streets hailed him as a hero, the law hailed him as a gangster and a terrorist. Jeff Fort ruled the streets of Chicago as the notorious leader of the Blackstone Rangers and later the El Rukns.
American Gangster: Season 1: Episode 1 -- Explore Tookie Williams' involvement in the Crips, their continuous battles with rival gang the Bloods, and the history of gangs in L.A. from WWII to the present.
American Gangster: Season 2: Episode 10 -- American Gangster chronicles the life and times of the 20th Century's most notorious African American crime figures. Explore a forensic survey of the rise and fall of these plagues to the community.
American Gangster: Season 2: Episode 5 -- From notorious driver and muscle man to Harlem's most powerful gangster, Frank Lucas ran the powder game with ruthless determination.
American Gangster: Season 2: Episode 6 -- Felix 'the Cat' Mitchell ran the well-organized and ruthless drug trafficking empire, My Other Brotha. If you went against his rules, you were dealt with.
American Gangster: Season 2: Episode 3 -- Criminal genius and master of the hustle, Melvin Williams owned the gambling and heroin addicted market of Baltimore's Pennsylvania Ave for decades. With the help of mob leader Lord Salisbury, Melvin becomes hooked on drug money
American Gangster: Season 2: Episode 4 -- They were supposed to be single, middle-aged white men. Instead the DC Snipers were two Black males bent on murder and terror. Their deranged killing spree resulted in 10 dead, 3 wounded and millions terrorized.
American Gangster: Season 2: Episode 1 -- Black Inc. became code for Murder Inc. on the street of Philadelphia in 1970s. American Gangster explores the mentality, ruthless precision and deranged violence that was associated with the infamous Philly Black Mafia.