Md. police brace for "Stop Snitching 2"
By Julie Bykowicz
The Baltimore Sun
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BALTIMORE — The star, pot-smoking street sage Skinny Suge, is locked up in Western Maryland. The cameo celebrity, NBA all-star Carmelo Anthony, still plays for the Denver Nuggets, having bounced back from the bad publicity. And the two city cops called out by name, William King and Antonio Murray, are in federal prison, probably for the rest of their lives.
Three years after the underground, profanity-laced DVD Stop Snitching became a local political prop and a national emblem of Baltimore's crime problems, the producer, Rodney Bethea, is ready to release a sequel.
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