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Supreme Team boss on trial for murder

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McGriff faces the death penalty in the case. He is accused of ordering the murders of Troy Singleton and Eric Smith in 2001 in addition to running a drug-dealing enterprise, with a stash house in Maryland, that allegedly distributed cocaine, heroin and crack, prosecutors said.

McGriff is the former boss of the Supreme Team, a notoriously vicious and profitable drug gang that ran the streets of southeast Queens during the 1980s.

Posted 7:02 pm, October 10, 2011
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