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Lawyers for the Black Guerrilla Family gang members had argued on appeal that Chief U.S.
The convictions of the three men resulted from a broad FBI investigation into the Black Guerrilla Family's Baltimore operations that nabbed 18 members of the violent gang, which started in California's San Quentin prison in the 1960s and spread east.
Then, on August 21, 1971, George Jackson--a founding member of the Black Guerrilla Family and self-proclaimed revolutionary--was shot and killed by prison guards at San Quentin State Prison as punishment for his failed attempt to escape San Quentin's long-term solitary confinement wing: the so-called Adjustment Center.
The youth professor was inspired by the African-American leader, convict and symbol of resistance, George Jackson, who became an activist, Marxist, author, member of the Black Panther Party, and co-founder of the Black Guerrilla Family prison organization, according to the Black Agenda report.
Street gangs the Black Guerrilla Family, Crips and Bloods joined forces and threatened to "take out" police as officers were pelted with bricks, bottles and Molotov cocktails.
Doc takes on the case and also agrees two further assignments: to help Hope Harlingen (Jena Malone) track down her missing saxophonist husband (Owen Wilson), and reunite Black Guerrilla Family member Tariq Kahlil (Michael K Williams) with a wayward bodyguard (Christopher Allen Nelson), who owes him money.
Brinsley had a long criminal record and police are investigating whether he was a member of the Black Guerrilla Family gang in Baltimore.
These alliances involved two other major prison gangs in California: the Black Guerrilla Family (comprised of black inmates), which became allies of La Nuestra Familia and the Aryan Brotherhood (comprised of white inmates), which allied itself with La Eme.
Some of the acronyms for the larger prison gangs include: AB for the Aryan Brotherhood; AW for the Aryan Warrior; DWB for the Dirty White Boys; NLR for the Nazi Low Rider; ABT for the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas; NF for the Nuestra Familia; NR for the Nuestra Raza; EME for the Mexican Mafia; EMI for the Mexikanemi; SNM for the Sindicato Nuevo Mexico (New Mexico Syndicate); TS for the Texas Syndicate; and BGF for the Black Guerrilla Family.
Detectives are now investigating whether Brinsley was a member of the Black Guerrilla Family, a large-scale gang in Baltimore.