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Burks and Hardison potentially face imposition of the death penalty.This extensive investigation was conducted by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives; the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation; the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office; the Clarksville Police Department; the Rutherford County Sheriff's Office; the Murfreesboro Police Department; the Gallatin Police Department; the Kentucky State Police; the 19th Judicial District Drug Task Force; and the Hopkinsville Kentucky Police Department.A federal grand jury in Nashville, Tenn., returned a 40-count indictment yesterday, charging 11 members of the Gangster Disciples with conspiring to participate in a racketeering enterprise that included multiple murders, including the murder of a witness; a drug distribution conspiracy; and multiple other crimes of violence in aid of racketeering as well as firearms and drug crimes, announced Jack Smith, Acting U. Attorney for the Middle District of Tennessee and Acting Assistant Attorney General Kenneth A. Attorney at a Noon news conference, were David Rybicki, Deputy Assistant Attorney General for the Department of Justice Criminal Division; David Jaffe, Acting Chief of the Organized Crime and Gang Section of the Department of Justice Criminal Division; Steven Gerido, Special Agent in Charge of the ATF Nashville Field Division; Mark Gwyn, Director of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation; Clarksville, Tenn. Sheriff, Mike Fitzhugh; Gallatin Police Lieutenant Ricky Troup; and Sgt. Earlier today, federal, state and local law enforcement officers orchestrated a coordinated takedown resulting in numerous arrests in Tennessee, Kentucky and Florida and the execution of several search warrants in the Clarksville and Murfreesboro areas of Tennessee, where many of the defendants reside.Blanco of the Justice Department's Criminal Division. "The Gangster Disciples have been a menace to law-abiding Americans for more than 40 years and remain a threat in 35 states today," said Attorney General Sessions.Assistant United States Attorney Ben Schrader and Trial Attorney Ivana Nizich of the Criminal Division's Organized Crime and Gang Section are prosecuting the case.
If convicted, these defendants face maximum sentences ranging from 10 years to life in prison.The indictment also alleges that in a separate crime in December 2014, De Carlos Titington, 41, of Clarksville, Tenn., shot at and attempted to murder two Vice Lords gang members.