Also by MO YAN & available in English translation: Mo Yan (b.1956 in Shandong province, People’s Republic of China) is a member of the cultural affairs department of People’s Liberation Army (PLA).Rest In Peace, sweet Erin.” Williams, who played Potsie in “Happy Days,” said, “Erin was a person who made everyone around her feel better. I will miss her so much, but know that she is in God’s hands.This novel began as a short story published in 1986, so well received that it later was expanded into five chapters and published as “a family saga” in 1987, by the People’s Liberation Army Publishing House, Beijing. I beg to differ, as reported before, Chester Campbell Wheeler (above) is the most dangerous black hit man in U. Chester Campbell Wheeler was feared by other hit men. He was always attired in black when he murdered people. HISTORY) Introduction: When you speak of dangerous black enforcers/hit men, people often name Wayne "Silkk" Perry as the most dangerous hit man in history. This contract killer is alleged to have killed 300 people. He was usually flown in by clients (all expenses paid) to execute the intended target.
and died from complications related to the disease shortly afterwards. When Cameo first hit the scene, Wayne Cooper (1st, black and white photo) was the lead singer. " "We're Going Out Tonight," and "Shake Your Pants." Before joining Cameo, Cooper reportedly was featured on background vocals on Eddie Kendricks' solo albums.Cooper is considered one of the best falsetto vocalists of all-time, in the same league as Bobby De Barge and Philip Bailey.Cooper reportedly left Cameo to pursue a solo career but his career was cut short by his death-that is still shrouded in mystery.Additional information on Chester Campbell Wheeler below. " Black Underworld: Frank Ward not only met with Max Julien (above-with his two brothers) to make sure the actor portrayed him correctly, but he also provided protection for the cast and crew on the set of "The Mack." Ward was the biggest black crime boss/black godfather to come through Oakland, ever.Backstory: A convicted murderer and reputed hit man for drug dealers -- who triggered a furor in 1975 when he was arrested with notebooks filled with details about drug investigations and top law enforcement officials -- was arrested Wednesday by federal agents. He was also a pimp with the largest stable in Northern California. Trouble came when Huey Newton and the Black Panther Party-who ran the political side of black Oakland-felt the production had infringed on their turf.The arrest of Chester Wheeler Campbell, 57, appeared to be a carbon copy of the 1975 incident in which police also seized drugs and weapons from him. The Panthers rained bottles down on the crew on the first day of filming.