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Law enforcement didn't instill fear in Wheeler, on one occasion, he tried to run them off the road.
Cops found a "kill list" notebook (in his car) that included 300 names of victims and dead informants as well as daily routines and the diagrams of homes. Numbers, protection, those little pieces of paper flying out of your pocket. I wanted to see the world." To read more about Frank Lucas, click here: "DID BLACK PANTHERS ASSASSINATE BLACK GODFATHER/PIMP?
Additional information on Chester Campbell Wheeler below. " Black Underworld: Frank Ward not only met with Max Julien (above-with his two brothers) to make sure the actor portrayed him correctly, but he also provided protection for the cast and crew on the set of "The Mack." Ward was the biggest black crime boss/black godfather to come through Oakland, ever.
Backstory: A convicted murderer and reputed hit man for drug dealers -- who triggered a furor in 1975 when he was arrested with notebooks filled with details about drug investigations and top law enforcement officials -- was arrested Wednesday by federal agents. He was also a pimp with the largest stable in Northern California. Trouble came when Huey Newton and the Black Panther Party-who ran the political side of black Oakland-felt the production had infringed on their turf.
Dating from 1838 to 1935, the collection includes patriotic pieces from the Civil War and World War I, 19th century presidential campaign songs, and works devoted to the celebration of American holidays.