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Chicago Black Disciples Leader Assassinated After Doing 20 Years in Prison

Chicago Black Disciples Leader Assassinated After Doing 20 Years in Prison

Police in Chicago are fearing that there will be retaliation killings after the leader of the Black Disciples, Lawrence “Big Law” Loggins, 46, was murdered on Wednesday (February 6) night. Lil Durk paid tribute after the news broke, writing "RIP Big Law" on Twitter. 
Loggins had a low profile, and despite spending 20 years in prison for a gang-related murder, there is no arrest photo in the police department’s computer database.
According to law enforcement sources who spoke to the Chicago Sun-Times, Loggins was murdered amid trying to consolidate power in an attempt to return to a corporate governance structure. Before he was killed on Wednesday, Loggins "chewed out" junior level members of the gang that he called into a meeting, which police believe was a motive for him being killed. 
A passenger that was wounded in the vehicle that Loggins was murdered in said that the gunmen ran through an empty lot and fled in a gray Infiniti sedan. No arrests have been made.