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Man at center of Baltimore jail corruption case gets 12-year term

Former Black Guerrilla Family gang leader Tavon White’s sentencing follows a months-long trial.

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Gang leader Tavon White’s trial testimony describes rise to power at Baltimore jail

Tavon White is testifying against eight remaining defendants in a Maryland racketeering conspiracy case.

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BGF leader at Baltimore jail is set to be government’s star witness at trial

Gang member essentially turned Baltimore jail into a hotbed of corruption, prosecutor says.

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Baltimore police probe mysterious image posted on slaying suspect’s Facebook page

Image appears to show wrapped body of victim posted on suspect’s Facebook page after his arrest.

Article

Gansler attacks Brown on health exchange, other issues in final Md. Democratic debate

(Patrick Semansky / AP)

The three leading Democrats for governor in Maryland held their final debate before the June 24 primary.

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O’Malley announces more limited cooperation on deportations at state-run jail in Baltimore

(Patrick Semansky / AP)

Maryland’s governor said the Baltimore facility will no longer automatically comply with requests.

Letter

Bill of rights for prison guards not to blame for their misbehavior

Editorial

Adjusting the balance of power in Maryland’s prisons

(Handout / Reuters)

The Maryland legislature is close to restoring management prerogatives in prisons.

Editorial

An escape route for Maryland’s bad cops

(Laura Emmons / AP)

Md. lawmakers would make it even tougher to discipline police officers suspected of misconduct.

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Baltimore jail cracks down on contraband cellphones

(Steve Ruark / AP)

Gov. Martin O’Malley was at the jail Friday to test a new system that renders such phones unusable.