Christopher “Dudus” Coke, also know as the “Kingston Kingpin,” is the ill-famed longtime leader of the global Shower Posse gang. His operation carried drugs to important American cities, sold them for huge gains and bought weapons on the black market to export back to his native country, Jamaica. In June 2012, Coke received a 23-year prison sentence after pleading guilty to charges of racketeering conspiracy and conspiracy to commit assault using a dangerous weapon in aid of racketeering. After his dad’s passing in 1990, a 21-year old Christopher Coke took over as the group’s leader.
Understood on the roads by such monikers as “Dudus” as well as the “Kingston Kingpin,” Coke’s operation transported drugs from Jamaica to important American cities, sold them for huge gains and bought weapons on the black market to export back to his native state. Coke used his unlawful riches and success to gain the hearts of his community and determine their political associations. Such power propelled him from a Kingpin to a political pawn, so when the Usa government tried to possess the precious gangster extradited, a civil war broke out to shield him.
In 2010, Coke was detained on drug charges and extradited to America, spurring violent actions of protest among his Jamaican assistants. He was likewise ordered to pay a $1.5 million forfeiture fine. Along with his conviction, he’s not competent to traffick drugs in the U.S., transfer firearms across our boundary or terrorize individuals, and with today’s term; he’ll now spend a really long time in prison for his offenses.”