04 March 2009

BodyMore, Murderland: Killer Of Four Gets 9 Life Sentences

Doing Business Baltimore Style

Willie Mitchell, aged 31 was sentenced last week to nine life terms in addition to 60 years in prison. Mitchell was convicted of killing four people within two years in Baltimore and Randallstown.

Mitchell along with his associates ran a lucrative drug dealing operation between Baltimore and Pennsylvania. When he thought his competitors had it in for him, he had a simple solution. Kill em!

First a man and woman together, then two brothers during an armed robbery. And these are just the ones prosecutors were able to convict on. Prosecutors believe Mitchell and his associates are responsible for a whole range of crime and mayhem including killings, armed robberies, and even home invasions from the period of time between 1996 and 2006.



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