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Book Title: Black October and the Murder of State Delegate Turk Scott|
The author of the book: Stephen Janis
Edition: Baltimore True Crime
Date of issue: June 15th 2012
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As the drug business spread its tendrils through the city of Baltimore in the 1970s, a shadowy vigilante group emerged threatening to fight the narcotics trade with street justice. And in the cavernous parking garage of a non-descript apartment building Black October did just that. Gunned down was State Delegate Turk Scott, a consummate political insider who had just been indicted for bringing ten kilos of heroin into the city. Tasked with solving the crime was former Baltimore Homicide Lieutenant Stephen Tabeling. The veteran cop takes the reader inside the investigation of one of the most notorious murders in charm city history. A deep and compelling look at the emerging drug business that would engulf the city in violence for decades.
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Read information about the authorStephen Janis is an award-winning investigative reporter and the founder of Investigative Voice, an online investigative journalism web site.
As a staff writer for the Baltimore Examiner (and one of only a handful who worked at the paper for its entire existence) he won a Maryland- Delaware-DC Press Association award in 2008 for investigative reporting on the high rate of unsolved murders in Baltimore. In 2009 he won a MDDC Press Association award for best series for his articles on the murders of prostitutes.
He has written two books.
This Dream Called Death, a novel which explores the cultural after shocks of mass incarceration by positing a world where people are imprisoned for the content of their dreams, and Orange, the Diary of an Urban Surrealist, which follows the descent of drug dealer pushing a substance that gives white people soul.