Agent: Gangs plotted deaths of prosecutors in Galaxy Star case

The Tennessean | May 26, 2011

Authorities are investigating an alleged plot to ki*l federal prosecutors blankigned to a gang-related murder, conspiracy and racketeering case in Middle Tennessee.

According to statements made by Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms agent Mickey French in an affidavit, there was an alleged meeting between Bloods and Gangster Disciples members where the names of the prosecutors were put on a board and a $75,000 award was put forward if they were ki*led.

French questioned an alleged Gangster Disciples member, Anthony Daniels, about the meeting after Daniels was arrested April 7 in Nashville on a probation violation. Daniels denied knowing anything about the meeting, according to the affidavit.

Daniels also was questioned about his blankociations with Ricky “Big Rick” Williams, a leader of the Bloods in East Nashville who, along with 31 others, has been charged in a widespread gang racketeering case that authorities say involved a local anti-gang nonprofit. Prosecutors have said that the Bloods used the Galaxy Star nonprofit headquarters on Lischey Avenue to organize, plan their drug trade, discipline gang members for “violations’’ and plan robberies and attacks on rivals. French’s affidavit states that the prosecutors blankigned to this case were the ones targeted.

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