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Miles in the Life: The story of a Black Mafia Family Drug Trafficker | 96 mins | Documentary

From all-American athlete to national drug trafficker

Using the cover of an Atlanta limousine driver, Jabari Hayes trafficked large quantities of cocaine across the country for the then largest African American drug organization in the southeast known as Black Mafia Family, often referred to as BMF.


Director : Shaun M Mathis
Writer(s) : Shaun M Mathis
Star(s) : Wesley Roberts, Zavire Sampson

Summary
Miles in the Life: The story of a Black Mafia Family Drug Trafficker
Not Rated
2017
From all-American athlete to national drug trafficker
Using the cover of an Atlanta limousine driver, Jabari Hayes trafficked large quantities of cocaine across the country for the then largest African American drug organization in the southeast known as Black Mafia Family, often referred to as BMF.
96
Documentary
milesinthelife.com
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt6587542/?ref_=nv_sr_1
Details
Growing up in Brooklyn NY during the height of the crack epidemic, Jabari Hayes started trafficking drugs at the age of 6. With the help of his father, Jabari escaped that life by relocating to St. Louis where he became a track athlete, which landed him a full scholarship to prestigious Morehouse College where he trafficked guns for his cousin across state lines. Upon graduating, Jabari started a limo company and was called upon by the largest drug cartel in the US, the Black Mafia Family, known as BMF to transport large amounts of cocaine and cash nationwide until his capture in 2007.
Wesley Roberts, Zavire Sampson
crime, organized crime, atlanta crime, history, documentary, black mafia family, bmf, big meech,
English
North America
United States
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