Hard Time For Kansas City Cocaine Kingpin

Cowtown drug game postscript and #TBT reference given that we didn't realize that people still do coke.

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Man who made nearly $1M selling cocaine, marijuana sentenced to 25 years in prison

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A drug dealer who made nearly $1 million selling cocaine and marijuana will spend the next 25 years in federal prison. A federal judge in Kansas City, Missouri, sentenced Howard Walters, also known as Chris Walters, this week after he pleaded guilty in August of 2020 to participating in a drug-trafficking conspiracy and a money-laundering conspiracy, according to a news release from the United States Attorney's Office.

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Anonymous said…
Once again the feds show Petersucker how it’s done! Lmao!
Phil Cardarella said…
Don't we all fee so much safer now that a peddler of pot and a drug that was the main ingredient in Coca-Cola for decades will waste $1Million of our tax dollars being warehoused.

Jimmy Carter's Drug Czar wanted to decriminalize pot and cocaine -- which at the time was a rich, white man's drug on which only a billionaire could afford to O.D. Then Reagan's CIA flooded the country with it to fund the Contras -- and "crack" replaced heroin as the way to lock up as many Black folks as possible!

The War on Drugs is the most successful war ever waged -- AGAINST Americans. More American "casualties" than WWII.
Anonymous said…
"Wild Bill" of Mission Kansas sold cocaine all the time for decades. The police knew it and did nothing, cause he was a "business owner" in Mission Ks. WTF!!!!!
Anonymous said…
Phil, just about every thing you said was a lie, although I do miss listening to your BS in municipal court.