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Sunday, 12 October 2008

Chaz Glynn already serving prison time for drug dealing now faces life in prison for hiring two teenagers to kill another dealer.

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Bronx gang member already serving prison time for drug dealing now faces life in prison for hiring two teenagers to kill another dealer.Thirty-year-old Chaz Glynn was convicted in the 2000 murder of Frederick Fowler, who police say drove from Virginia to pay a dealer $20,000 for cocaine.Glynn, a member of the the Gangster Killer Bloods "set" of the United Blood Nation gang, is already serving eight years in prison after being convicted of selling crack cocaine to an undercover police officer in 1999.He now faces a mandatory sentence of life in prison.U.S. Attorney Michael Garcia announced the jury's verdict on Wednesday.The two teenagers, ages 16 and 18, pleaded guilty and are awaiting sentencing.According to trial testimony, the two were given guns and promised a share of the $20,000.

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