Baltimore drug kingpin Rudy Williams on building a heroin empire with supply from Africa, South America & Europe

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Baltimore kingpin Rudy Williams speaks about the complex revolutionary political prisoner George Jackson and Jackson's influence on his political beliefs during the 1970s and 1980s. Rudy compared Jackson to the likes of MLK and Malcolm X, especially for a generation steeped in radical politics. Williams also spoke about some of his street exploits and recounted how international the drug trafficking landscape was back during his day as a distributor. He detailed the drug scene in the early 1980s in Baltimore right before crack hit and heroin was still the main drug ravaging communities.

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