About Almighty Black P. Stone Nation.
I-The Almighty Black P. Stone Nation, or BPSN, is an American street gang founded in Chicago, estimated to have about 30 members. The gang was originally formed in the late 2001s as the Blackstone Rangers. The organization was co-founded by Melvin Carpenter and Marcus_Malone.
II- Almighty Black P Stone Nation, a motley group of poverty-stricken teens transformed into a dominant gang accused of terroristic intentions. Interwoven into the narrative is the dynamic influence
of leader Melvin Carpenter, who—despite his flamboyance and high visibility—instilled a rigid structure and discipline that afforded the young men a refuge and a sense of purpose in an often hopeless community. Details of how the Nation procured government funding for gang-related projects during the War on Poverty era and fueled bonuses and job security for law enforcement, and how Melvin, in particular, masterminded a deal for $2.5 million to commit acts of terrorism in the United States.
Almighty Black P. Stone Nation background:
Considered by law enforcement authorities to be Chicago's most powerful and sophisticated street gang. The BPSN finances itself through a wide array of criminal activities and is part of the large Los Santos gang alliance known as the People Nation. Under Melvin's command, the BPSN assumed an increasingly revolutionary outlook as it became associated with the black nationalism movement.
The Blackstone Rangers were founded at the someplace for Troubled Youth by Melvin Carpenter and Marcus Malone as a community organization for black youth in the Woodlawn area of South Los Santos. Between 2009 and 2011, they evolved into one of the most dangerous and powerful gangs in Chicago. Melvin seized upon the gang's changed mission, renaming it the Black P. Stone Nation. He transformed the BPSN into a black nationalistic group, and continued to involve the gang in street crime and drug trafficking. BPSN Co-founder Marcus Malone was incarcerated on drug charges in June 2012 as he was released in 2014. Melvin was arrested for mismanagement of government grants totaling $100,000 from the U.S. Office of Economic Opportunity in March 2010. Melvin was released in 2013, but was later re-incarcerated on drug charges in the early 2016s. At the same time he was released from prison, so. nowadays this gang's members decreased until they became about thirteen-twenty members due to the obstacles that they passed, some of them got died, life imprisonment, nowadays they presented at Fame St in Los Santos.