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Famous Cross Country Pimp Derrick “Pimp Snooky” Avery Sentenced To 20 Years In Federal Prison

Derrick Avery, who gained fame in movies and on television as “Pimp Snooky,” was sentenced to 20 years in prison Friday in federal court in Milwaukee.

Avery, 45, prostituted scores of women and girls in cities from Milwaukee to Las Vegas for at least 16 years, according to federal prosecutors. He pleaded guilty in November to two felonies: conspiracy to sex traffic by use of force and sex trafficking of a child by use of force, fraud and coercion.

In handing down the sentence, U.S. District Judge Lynn Adelman followed the recommendation of prosecutors.

Avery’s attorneys, Donna Kuchler and Anthony Cotton, had recommended that he serve 10 years.

In imposing the sentence, Adelman cited the statements of several women, two of whom were 14 when they started prostituting for Avery.

Their accounts convey “a sense of the violent, degrading and abusive manner in which the defendant treated these women and the methods he used to keep them in line,” Adelman said.

Avery’s most trusted prostitutes would “program” the new ones, teaching them Avery’s rules, Adelman said. The women had to walk behind Avery with their heads bowed and call him “Daddy.” They could not talk to other pimps and could not look men in the eye unless the men were clients. The women also had “quotas” that required each to earn thousands of dollars every night, and they had to give Avery all their earnings.

Avery assaulted the women by “beating them with his fists, wooden and metal brooms, pool cues, pans, chairs and leather belts; slapping them in the face methodically back and forth with his rings facing inward; stomping and kicking them with his alligator shoes; (and) placing a phone book on their backs and striking it with a baseball bat,” Adelman said, citing Avery’s plea agreement.

One woman’s grandmother told Adelman she had to hire a private investigator to find her granddaughter after the young woman left with Avery.

“He took everything from her, including her pride, her human dignity,” Patricia Myers said. “He must have been a very intelligent person to be able to con all these young women into doing his bidding – leaving their children, taking his abuse, taking them away from families that love them. . . . Let me tell you, the girls were afraid.”

Avery’s prostitution ring was based in Milwaukee from 1994 to 2004, according to court records. He then moved it to Las Vegas.

Avery used mental coercion and threats to keep the women working for him, according to Assistant U.S. Attorney Joseph Wall. Prosecutors also contend Avery impregnated the women in order to maintain their loyalty.

In a presentence interview, Avery told authorities he is the father of 26 children. However, he contended the sex was consensual, and he was not using the pregnancies as a means of control.

“He believes the true victims in this case are his children, being raised with single mothers without the support of their father,” Adelman said, citing the presentence report.

Avery’s oldest daughter, in a courtroom packed with his supporters and family members, told Adelman her father was always there for her, emotionally and spiritually.

“He is a genius who was taken by the street,” she said. “He’s not malicious, inconsiderate or this evil creature. He was the only person who didn’t judge and always listened to me.”

‘The most brutal’

Wall called Avery’s case “by far the most horrific, the most brutal” of the seven prosecuted by the U.S. attorney’s office in recent years.

Wall characterized Avery’s recruitment and abuse of a 17-year-old Milwaukee girl as particularly awful.

Avery found the girl, a frequent runaway who had not prostituted before, at the Greyhound bus station in June 2004. That night, he comforted her when she cried and bought her clothes, shoes and toiletries. He also took all her identification and her address book. She soon began prostituting for him in Chicago.

Two months later, Avery beat the girl when she told him she did not want to move to Las Vegas. He made a phone call and offered someone $2,800 to kill her father. He beat her with several items, including a wooden broomstick, which broke. He then switched to an aluminum broomstick, which bent.

The girl was “five different colors” as a result of the beating, one of the other prostitutes told authorities.

Avery flaunted his wealth and women in documentary films such as “American Pimp” and “Pimps Up, Ho’s Down,” Wall said. Avery and several prostitutes also appeared on “The Jerry Springer Show.”

Avery’s attorneys contended he was working with the FBI at the time and that federal agents wanted him to maintain his image as a world-class pimp in order to snare other criminals.

Wall said that although Avery was working with the FBI, there was no indication the agency was encouraging the publicity.

Whatever the case, Avery said the programs mischaracterized him.

“One day I am going to have to explain to the world who was Pimp Snooky, and that day is coming,” Avery said. “My face is on these videos, but that’s not who Derrick Avery is. Pimp Snooky is a brand, like Pepsi or something.”

Wall disagreed.

“He is an international pimp and he proudly advertises this. He has never had any shame about what he has done or how he made his money,” Wall said.

In one of the films, Avery, known for wearing snazzy suits and fancy jewelry, is shown leaving jail in disheveled clothing. He complains that he looks like a “trick” – one of the men who patronize prostitutes – rather than a pimp.

He was led out of the courtroom Friday in an orange jail uniform and handcuffs.

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The Easiest Way To Get Over A Break Up With A Spouse Or Companion Is To Simply Throw A PARTY!

Majority of the people and readers of RELATIONSHIP tips like this are people fresh out of a relationship. Many of them just got out of a long-term relationship and others may have only dated the woman a few months. Either way, getting used to a breakup can be a difficult thing to do.

In order to be successful in dating, though, you have to get over your breakup so you can move on and find someone else. Its Simple as that you feel me!

Just Recently, I went through a tough breakup with my girlfriend of three years. It was tough and times were hard. When you date someone for a long time, you tend to get used to her. It’s hard to imagine getting your life going again without them.

A good friend who had gone though a similar situation gave me some good tips on how to get over my breakup. So I’m going to share some of them with you today.

First, write it down.

Sometimes it helps just to write down on paper how you feel. As I look back now on the way I felt and the things I wrote, I can’t believe how needy I had become. It’s amazing how becoming too attached to someone changes your whole personality. You go from being secure and confident, to being dependent on someone else.

Secondly, you should go out.

Go do things that you didn’t do when you had a girlfriend. Reestablish your relationships with your partners that you have neglected. Make some new friends and meet some new people.

For those of you currently in relationships, remember not to forget your friends. They were there with you before you met your girlfriend, and they’ll be there after she’s gone. So make some time for them.

Thirdly, have fun and enjoy yourself.

I can’t tell you how nice it is to go out with my friends as late as I want and being able to do whatever I want to do, without having to explain to my girlfriend where I had been all night. Sometimes it’s real nice to enjoy being single and having some freedom.

Fourth, realize that there are other fish in the sea.

There are plenty of single women out there. Just give it time and you find someone better. Things will get better. You will be happy again. You will not always be sad. I truly believe that when one door closes, a bigger and better door will open up.

Lastly, don’t read too deep into it.

Don’t try to figure everything out. Over analyzing things will just cause you more heartache and pain. Just accept the fact that it is over and move on. Time will help heal your pain.

Remember guys, falling down does not make you a failure, staying down makes you a failure.

Challenges make you stronger and help you grow. So if you’re going through a breakup today or a tough time, just remember to go out, have fun, realize that there are other women out there, and don’t read too deep into things.

If you do this, I’m confident that in time you will overcome your breakup and find someone even better.

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The Nike Foamposite Review: Kiss Of Death? Why Are People Still Dying Over Extremly High Priced Shoes?

Nike Air Foamposite One Galaxy Review by Stickie213

You just knew this was going to happen, right? As of last weekend—a full four or five days before the Nike Galaxy Foamposites were released—there were people all over the country standing in line waiting to buy a pair. And for good reason. Go do a quick scan of eBay and you’ll find that there are Foamposites going for upwards of $2500 (or more!) on there. So people would have died to get their hands on a pair of these when they were released the other day. And, in at least one instance, they almost did.

At a mall in Florida—where, by the way, the NBA was getting ready to hold All-Star Weekend—a crowd of 3,000 people gathered to await the opening of a mall where Galaxy Foamposites were being sold the other night. Unfortunately, though, the mall did not set up a line or inform those who had gathered of exactly how many pairs of Foamposites would be available. So people just continued to gather and gather and gather…until things went terribly wrong. The crowd got unruly, shots were fired into the air, and riot police had to be called to the scene to calm things down. In a word, it got crazy. All over a bunch of pairs of sneakers.

When is enough going to be enough? We love the fact that people are so invested in sneakers that they’re willing to go and wait in line for days to get their hands on a pair of them. But, at the same time, if even one single person gets killed as a result of the madness that surrounds these sneaker releases, Nike has to find a better way to do this. Having folks stand in gigantic lines for midnight sneaker releases is a recipe for disaster. And, if something doesn’t change soon, we fully expect to see more situations like the one that happened in Orlando with the Galaxy Foamposites. It’s a real shame. But with the way the world works today, Nike really needs to find a new approach in the future. Because this could have been a real tragedy. And it all would’ve been over a pair of sneakers.

Me personally I can only blame the manufacturers for not making enough and building the anticipation up for these school kids and street kids. Back when I was a real true dedicated sneaker head you can usually stop by a mall on your highschool lunch break to pick up any foamposite or exclusive show of your choice. The game has really changed especially when I find myself making $400-$2000 purchases on these below!

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Crack Cocaine Was His Middle Name “Kandy Paint Records” Glorify The Life & Times Of Rayful Edmond III

Rayful Edmond III (born November 26, 1964 in Washington, D.C.), was a notorious drug dealer who is largely credited with introducing crack cocaine into the Washington, D.C. area. During this time period, Washington, DC was known as the “murder capital” because crack cocaine had ravaged the city, so much so that people were afraid to leave their homes, or take public transportation.

Criminal career

Edmond was alleged to have moved large amounts of cocaine. In an indictment involving two of Edmond’s associates, it said that they bought between 1,000 and 2,000 kilos per week, in 1992, from the Trujillo-Blanco brothers, who were associated with the Medellin cartel, and sold the drugs to Washington area wholesalers. He was known to have spent some $457,619 in an exclusive Georgetown store (Linea Pitti, specializing in Italian men’s clothing) owned by Charles Wynn who was later convicted on 34 counts of money laundering. Edmond’s estimated revenue was approximately $300 million annually.[2] In one year, Edmond’s organization, which employed 150 people, committed 30 murders.

The Meeting With Coach Thompson

Edmond was an avid fan of the Georgetown Hoyas, and frequently sat courtside with his entourage at the Capital Centre for home games. At the height of his empire, he became very friendly with several Hoyas players. When Georgetown University basketball coach (and D.C. native) John Thompson confirmed what was happening, he sent word through his sources to have Edmond meet him at his office at McDonough Gymnasium.

When Edmond arrived, Thompson was initially cordial, and informed Edmond that he needed to cease all contacts with his players,[4] specifically John Turner and Alonzo Mourning, both of whom had befriended Edmond.[5] However, Thompson’s parting words to Edmond were that Edmond would face serious consequences if he did not stay away from his players.[6] It is believed that Thompson is the only person to stand up to Edmond without consequence,[7] initially causing some shock and surprise that there was no reprisal against Thompson for it.

Arrest, trial, and conviction

Edmond was arrested in 1989 at the age of 24. His arrest and subsequent trial were widely covered by local and national media. Judicial officials, fearful of reprisals from members of Edmond’s gang, imposed unprecedented security during the trial. Jurors’ identities were kept secret before, during, and after trial, and their seating area was enclosed in bulletproof glass. The presiding judge even barred the public from the trial in an effort to protect the jury.[3] Edmond was jailed at the maximum security facility at Marine Corps Base Quantico in Virginia and flown to the Federal Court House in Washington, D.C. by helicopter each day for his trial. Authorities took this unusual step due to heightened fears of an armed escape attempt. This gang was believed to have committed over 400 murders not including the attempted murder of a local pastor, the Reverend Mr. Bynum, who was shot 12 times during an anti-drug march in his Orleans Place neighborhood.[8]

Edmond was convicted of numerous federal violations: (1) Engaging in a Continuing Criminal Enterprise, under 21 U.S.C. §§ 848(b), 853 (Count One); (2) Conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute more than 5 kilograms of cocaine and more than 50 grams of cocaine base, under 21 U.S.C. § 846 (Count Two); (3) Unlawfully employing a person under 18 years of age, under 21 U.S.C. § 845b (Count Five); (4) Interstate travel in aid of racketeering, under 18 U.S.C. § 1952(a) (Count Eleven); (5) Unlawful use of a communications facility, under 21 U.S.C. § 843(b) (Counts Fourteen, Fifteen, Sixteen, and Eighteen).[8]

On September 17, 1990, the District Court imposed sentences of mandatory life without parole on Count One, life without parole on Counts Two and Five, 60 months on Count Eleven, and 48 months on Counts Fourteen, Fifteen, Sixteen, and Eighteen. Edmond’s sentences were to run concurrently.

Edmond was eventually sentenced to life in prison without parole. His mother, Constance “Bootsie” Perry,[9] was sentenced to 14 years in prison for participating in his criminal enterprise. Several of his sisters and cousins also received sentences

Rayful continued to deal after being incarcerated in Lewisburg, PA federal prison. He hooked up with Dixon Dario and Osvaldo “Chiqui” Trujillo-Blanco (son of Griselda “Godmother” Trujillo Blanco) who shared the same cell block with him. Rayful was setting up deals between D.C. area traffickers and his Colombian connect (Dario and Blanco) while incarcerated.(2) In 1996, Edmond and another drug dealer from Atlanta, named Lowe, were convicted after conducting drug business from a federal prison phone. Edmond received an additional 30-year sentence. Edmond’s case is one of the most notorious abuses of such phone privileges,[10] and an embarrassment for the Bureau of Prisons. In an interview with the Bureau of Prisons, Edmond said he had spent several hours every day on the telephone, occasionally using two lines simultaneously to conduct his drug business.

Following this conviction, Edmond became a government informant, the reasons for which remain unknown and create speculation to this day. Some speculate it was to secure his mother’s release from prison, however his mother was arrested in the original indictments and spent time in prison and Edmond did not become an informant during this time. Edmond is still incarcerated but is now part of the United States Federal Witness Protection Program and his place of incarceration is confidential.

*Kandy Paint Records IS in know way,shape,fashion or form involved with Rayful Edmond III or any of his associates! We post what the FUCK we want on our SITE THO! I repeat we are not AFFILIATED!


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2012 First Round Draft Pick Marijuana Strain Goes To “Super Silver Haze”

Strain Name: Super Silver Haze

A champion of champions since winning its hat-trick at the 1997, 1998, and 1999 High Times Cannabis Cups and comprising of the most commercial strains known to the uncivilized world: Skunk, NL and Haze.

Such achievements confer an undoubtedly regal pedigree. It has an excellent breed for those who wish to possess the stash of stashes and leaves one gasping for reality.

This complex hybrid is in the cutting edge in practical Haze hybrids, designed to astound the grower and consumer alike. Recommendation is unnecessary as most people can not see the Haze for their daze.

Strain Name: Super Silver Haze

Grade: A

Type: Sativa

Looks: Rich light green with bright deep tropical orange hairs. Completely covered in crystals. (9/10)

Smell: Smells delicious like a sugary berry fruit snack. (10/10)

Taste: Super fresh fruity earthy taste that is similar to the smell! You can tell this stuff was grown and cured properly cause it tastes so fresh with no hints of chemicals.  (9/10)

Effects: Day and night time use. In the clouds but still able to get stuff done without being glued to the couch. Good for tedious tasks or for creative inspirations.  (8/10)

Potency: Strong (8/10)

Reviewed By: Sipp Ward

Good Strain For: Energy, creativity, motivation, tedious tasks, anxiety, depression.

The Rise & Fall Of The Cocaine Queenpin Griselda Blanco (Rest In Peace)February 15, 1943 – September 3, 2012

Griselda Blanco (February 15, 1943 – September 3, 2012) was a former drug lord for the Medellín Cartel and a pioneer in the Miami-based cocaine drug trade and underworld during the 1970s and early 1980s.


Blanco was born on 15 February 1943 on the north coast of Colombia, and moved to Medellín when she was three years old. In the documentary film Cocaine Cowboys II: Hustlin’ with the Godmother, Blanco’s former lover, Charles Cosby, recounts how she, at age 11, allegedly kidnapped, tried to ransom, and eventually shot a child from the upscale flatland neighborhood near her hillside slum neighborhood.[1][2] By her preteens, she had become a pickpocket, and at the age of 14 she ran away from her physically abusive mother and resorted to prostitution for a few years in Medellín,[1][2] until age 20. She married her first husband, Carlos Trujillo, at that time, and bore him three sons: Dixon, Uber, and Osvaldo.[3][4]

In the mid-1970s, Blanco and her second husband, Alberto Bravo, emigrated to the United States, settling in Queens, New York. They established a sizable cocaine business there, and in April 1975, Blanco was indicted on federal drug conspiracy charges along with 30 of her subordinates, at that time the biggest cocaine case in history. She fled to Colombia before she could be arrested, but in the late 1970s she returned to Miami.[1][2]

Blanco was involved in much of the drug-related violence known as the Cocaine Cowboy Wars that plagued Miami in the late 1970s and early 1980s, when cocaine supplanted marijuana.[5] Her distribution network, which spanned the United States, brought in US$8 million per month.[1] Blanco’s violent business style brought government scrutiny to South Florida, leading to the demise of her organization and the free-wheeling, high profile Miami drug scene of those times. She is suspected of having masterminded over 200 murders during this time in Dade County.[5]

In 1984, Blanco’s willingness to use violence against her Miami competitors, or anyone who displeased her, led her rivals to make repeated attempts to kill her. She moved to California to escape the assassination attempts. On 20 February 1985, she was arrested by DEA agents in her home. Held without bail, Blanco was sentenced to more than a decade in jail. She continued to run her cocaine business while in jail. By pressuring one of her lieutenants, the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office obtained sufficient evidence to indict her for three murders. However, the case collapsed, largely due to technicalities, and Blanco was released from prison and deported to Colombia in 2004.[1] Before her death in 2012, she was last seen in Bogota Airport in 2007, where a photo was taken of her.[2]

Blanco bore her youngest son, Michael Corleone Blanco, with Dario Sepulveda. Dario left Blanco in 1983 and returned to Colombia, kidnapping Michael when he and Griselda disagreed about who would take custody. Blanco paid to have Dario assassinated in Colombia, and had her son returned to her in Miami.[2][6][7] According to a report in Miami New Times, “Michael’s father and older siblings were all killed before he reached adulthood. His mom was in prison for most of his childhood and teenage years, and he was raised by his maternal grandmother and legal guardians.”


Blanco was killed by two gunmen on a motorcycle as she walked out of a butcher shop in her hometown, Medellin, on September 3, 2012. The Miami Herald cites El Colombiano newspaper reports that one man pumped two bullets into her head, ironically, executing her in the type of “motorcycle assassination” she has been credited with inventing.

Professor Pimpin Ken’s Keys To Success: Know What You Want [Lesson 1]

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