The leader of Brooklyn’s so-called “gang that couldn’t shoot straight” was hit Friday — with a conviction. Jurors nailed Nicholas Washington for ordering the murders of two rivals that instead led to the slayings of innocent bystanders both times. Washington’s guilty verdict on murder-in-aid of racketeering and other charges followed a three-week trial in which...
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Gang leader convicted for ordering botched shootings that killed bystanders
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