It's a shame that Byron Brown likely will spend the rest of his life behind bars because otherwise the 29-year-old Hobos gangbanger from Chicago, IL would be a great fit for the degenerate NFL
Brown already is serving a 25-year sentence in state prison on a murder conviction but now has pleaded guilty to federal charges involving a slew of additional crimes following his arrest last year with eight others as reported by Annie Sweeney for the Chicago Tribune:
In pleading guilty to racketeering conspiracy and murder in aid of racketeering, Brown admitted to committing three murders and being present at two others. Brown also admitted that he ran a Hobo drug corner, helped protect other locations where the gang peddled drugs and also committed robberies, burglaries and shootings.
In exchange for his cooperation against other alleged Hobos federal prosecutors are not seeking the death penalty against Brown, and instead are recommending the sentencing judge to impose a prison term of 35 to 40 years.