Gang leader gets life for ordering death of member he thought gay

Peter Hermann (Baltimore Sun)
September 29, 2010
Timothy E. Rawlings Jr is a 24-year-old former quarterback for Parkville High School and the father of a 3-year-old boy. He’s also a leader of the 92 Family Swans, an subset of the Bloods gang, and he ordered a fellow member killed because he thought he was gay.

Rawlings was sentenced on Tuesday to life in prison without parole for the killing Steven Parrish, 18. Baltimore County Circuit Court Judge Robert N. Dugan said Rawlings “ordered this murder with the same casual attitude of someone walking into a fast-food restaurant and order one of the specials off the menu.”

The Sun’s Nick Madigan reports:

Prosecutors said that Rawlings had demanded that two men kill Parrish after they discovered that he had exchanged salacious phone messages with another man. Rawlings believed that Parrish’s apparent homosexuality would “make the gang look weak,” prosecutors said.

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