Your Black Muslim Bakery
Law enforcement officials raided a West Oakland building Tuesday morning in connection with an Oakland-based group that is accused of submitting false information while seeking government security contracts.
A state appellate court has overturned the conviction and life sentence of a member of Your Black Muslim Bakery in Oakland for his role in the kidnapping and torture of two women seven years ago.
The ruling is expected to influence a South Bay college student’s lawsuit against the FBI and Yusuf Bey IV’s appeal of his conviction in the murder of Oakland journalist Chauncey Bailey.
One of two criminal defendants sentenced in Oakland on Friday to consecutive life terms in the murder case of East Bay journalist Chauncey Bailey is already working on an appeal.
An Alameda County judge is scheduled to listen to new motions from the lawyers of two men convicted in the murder of an Oakland journalist.
A judge Wednesday postponed the sentencing for former Your Black Muslim Bakery leader Yusuf Bey IV and an associate because of concerns about whether the prosecution’s key witness in the case committed perjury.
The confessed gunman in the shooting of an Oakland journalist and another man said in a jailhouse interview that he is sorry for the pain he caused his victims’ families.
An Alameda County jury on Thursday reached a partial verdict in the case against two men accused in the murders of Oakland journalist Chauncey Bailey and two others.
Jurors in the Chauncey Bailey murder trial have asked that testimony from a key prosecution witness be read back to them.
An Alameda County jury has recessed for the week in the trial of a former Oakland group community leader accused of ordering the murders of three men, including a local journalist.