WP: He mentored youths and won a college scholarship. Then he joined a gang.


Even by prosecutors’ account, Brien Hughes had seemingly beaten the odds. The son of a drug-addicted mother and absent father whose first brush with the law came at age 14 found an outlet in football and mentoring youths. He graduated from high school — he says with a 3.5 grade-point average — and won a college scholarship.

Then he dropped out and joined a gang.

Instead of becoming a teacher or a football star, Hughes, who also went by “Poncho,” earned a leadership position in the Nine Trey Gangsters, a subset of the Bloods. He was part of a robbery crew and joined his fellow gangsters in a May 2013 home invasion in which he and others bound, beat and threatened to kill a Fredericksburg mother and her 18-year-old son.

Chaim Amalek writes: From the article: According to court papers from both sides, Hughes’s life seemed to begin spiraling downward in college, when he dropped out after one semester because of health problems. . . . The attorney, Rebecca Wade, said “Had he not gotten sick in college, he probably would be a teacher right now,” Luke, this man is your doppelganger.

But for a chance encounter on the radio with Dennis Prager (apparently known on the West Coast), Luke might have become the next superstar male porn star of porn’s Golden Age.

By the way, that story in the Post links to another about an unmentionable subject that, accordingly, the Post does not mention: Gangs in Northern Virginia increasingly selling children for sex

And this is why I will vote for Trump if the Oligarchs fail to get rid of him first.

About Luke Ford

I've written five books (see Amazon.com). My work has been covered in the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and on 60 Minutes. I teach Alexander Technique in Beverly Hills (Alexander90210.com).
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