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Rick owns a strip club named Desperado and the council wants to relocate him to redevelop the land. However, they are offering to pay Hendrix more than his club is worth and to sell him better council owned property elsewhere so that he will net a million dollars for moving.
The paper exposes a history of campaign donations from Rick and people using the address of his club including several to city council president Nerese Campbell who is sponsoring the property deal.
Hendrix continues his involvement with the Co-Op and brags in a meeting about his property deal with his friend Hungry Man - drawing the ire of Stanfield.
After Stanfield's arrest and sale of the connection to the Greeks, Hendrix, along with Slim Charles, is seen, in the series finale, meeting with Spiros Vondas and The Greek , discussing the new business arrangement for importing the drugs into Baltimore.
He is at the meeting to discuss encouraging Marlo Stanfield to join the Co-Op to combat the incursion of New York drug dealers into eastern Baltimore.
Hungry Man believes that Stanfield is hiding bodies by putting several into individual coffins through a funeral home front until he is corrected by Slim Charles.
In the fifth season, Baltimore County territory is divided among Eastside kingpins to compensate for territory lost in the gentrification of east Baltimore.
Hungry Man is one of the people to benefit from the arrangement. He tells Marlo Stanfield that he is out of line for encouraging Prop Joe to delegate control of the territory to his subordinates.
Cheese is furious, but Prop Joe promises that Cheese will respect the agreed boundaries. Stanfield observes Cheese storming out of the meeting, and later has his enforcers Chris Partlow and Snoop kidnap Hungry Man and deliver him to Cheese as a gift to encourage Cheese to betray Prop Joe.
When Hungry Man's body surfaces, the implication is that Cheese has killed him. Ghost is an East side drug kingpin and Co-Op member. Ghost continues to attend Co-Op meetings throughout the fifth season.
Glekas often gets advice from Spiros "Vondas" Vondopoulos on important deals. The retail store he owns was used as a front to move their stolen goods from the docks.
Prior to appearing in the series Glekas had been charged with fencing stolen goods in San Diego , but the case was dropped for lack of evidence.
Glekas was indicted in the smuggling investigation but was not arrested because he was shot and killed by Ziggy Sobotka in a dispute over payment for a stolen car smuggling deal.
Ziggy confesses to the murder and was shown serving time for the crime. Bubbles is a heroin addict with a vast knowledge of the streets of Baltimore.
He becomes an informant after a friend whom he introduced to the drug lifestyle gets badly beaten when using counterfeit money upon Bubbles' advice.
Bubbles volunteers information and creatively points out key figures to the police in exchange for small amounts of cash for him and for his friend's escaping prosecution for a drug-related crime.
Bubbles also befriends Kima, and despite their different situations, they share a level of mutual respect and empathy. His dress, along with an extremely proper and pious persona is a manner typically associated with the Nation of Islam , more particularly its paramilitary wing, the Fruit of Islam , although it is never explicitly stated that he belongs to either organization.
On first encountering Mouzone, the street dealer Cheese mocked his formal style of dress by remarking that he must either be in "the Nation", or he still lets his mother pick out his clothes.
He reveals himself as a Muslim by mouthing " Allahu akbar " repeatedly after Omar shoots him and he believes he is about to die. He is always accompanied by his "man" Lamar , who runs errands for Mouzone.
The Deacon is a West Side church figure who is involved in many community projects. He is a friend of teacher Grace Sampson and helps her ex-boyfriend Dennis "Cutty" Wise when he is released after a long prison sentence.
Initially he tries to encourage Cutty to enroll in a GED program, but Cutty is not interested in this idea. The deacon then helps Cutty to open a community boxing gym.
He puts Cutty in touch with State Delegate Odell Watkins through the politically influential Reverend Frank Reid to help with obtaining the necessary permits for the gym.
He also helps Cutty to get a paying job working as a school custodian at Edward Tilghman Middle, where Grace teaches the eighth grade. The Deacon is also friends with Howard "Bunny" Colvin.
When Colvin was Western District police commander the Deacon often served as his conscience. Colvin started three drug tolerant zones in his district and the deacon was dismayed at the poor conditions addicts faced in these areas and convinced Colvin to involve public health academics in providing services for the addicts now he had gathered them into an easy to reach area.
Colvin was forced to retire because of his actions and the deacon found him a new job working with a sociologist in studying the prevention of repeat violent offender behavior.
In his youth, Melvin Williams, the actor who plays the Deacon, was a real-life drug kingpin who was arrested by series writer Ed Burns in when the latter was a Baltimore city police officer.
Dee-Dee is a drug addict. In Season Three she shows up in the Hamsterdam area buying an eight-ball of cocaine from a car. She is played by Genevieve Hudson-Price, the daughter of author Richard Price , who writes for the show.
Hucklebuck is a drug addict and friend to Bubbles and Johnny. He often assists them on their "capers" to make money for drugs. He is a part of Johnny's copper house robbery scam in season 1.
Hucklebuck continues to live on the street when Bubbles is in recovery in season 5. Lamar is the assistant and inept bodyguard of New York mercenary Brother Mouzone.
He has accompanied Mouzone on both his visits to Baltimore. On their first trip they worked at the Franklin Terrace high rises for Avon Barksdale — guarding his territory against East Side drug dealers.
Lamar failed to protect his charge against Omar Little on this trip. He was distracted by a dog and knocked unconscious by Omar while guarding a motel room door.
His failure allowed Omar to enter the room and shoot Brother Mouzone. Brother Mouzone recovered and returned to Baltimore for revenge.
He had Lamar seek out Omar in various gay bars, having learned that he was homosexual. Lamar resented the task and his visceral homophobia made him confrontational with those he came across while searching for Omar.
Raylene Lee is Michael Lee and "Bug"'s mother. She is a drug addict. Devar Manigault is Raylene Lee's partner and father to her younger son "Bug".
Devar is feared by Michael and it is implied that Michael suffered sexual abuse by Devar. Shortly after Devar is released from prison he is savagely beaten to death by Chris Partlow at Michael's behest.
Chris spits on him at the crime scene, leaving his DNA, leading to his arrest for murder. Squeak is the girlfriend of Bernard , a low level member of the Barksdale organization.
Bernard was responsible for supplying the organization with disposable mobile phones and was told to buy no more than two phones at any one outlet and provide receipts for his purchases.
Squeak's nagging convinced Bernard to start breaking these rules. Squeak was an old acquaintance of Bubbles and their association allowed the police to use her as an inroad to the Barksdale organization.
Bubbles put Squeak and Bernard in touch with Lester Freamon who was a posing as a conman who could provide them with phones at lower price. With Squeak's encouragement, Bernard accepted Freamon's offer and began buying solely from him on the condition that he provide him with receipts.
Freamon gave Bernard pre-wiretapped phones that eventually brought down the Barksdale organization. When the investigation was closed with the arrest of Avon Barksdale , Bernard and Squeak were also brought in.
Bernard joked that he could not wait to go to jail to get away from Squeak. Sherrod is a young homeless boy who is befriended by Bubbles.
He has been living on the streets since his mother succumbed to drug addiction. He has a calm demeanour, not showing any expressions of anger.
Mouzone is a voracious reader, particularly monthly magazines. His reading runs the gamut of political and high-end opinion magazines, including some that Nation of Islam members wouldn't normally read, such as The Nation , which has a socially liberal slant.
He's particularly irritated when Lamar forgets to buy Harper's. He also scolds Lamar for continually forgetting at least one of the magazines he reads each month.
Brother Mouzone is a Muslim. After he was shot by Omar , he declares that he's making peace with his God and begins to recite some verses from the Qur'an.
Avon Barksdale hired him to protect the weakened Barksdale operation from Proposition Joe's dealers, who were working the Barksdale towers as part of a secret agreement between Stringer Bell and Proposition Joe.
On Brother Mouzone's arrival, he made a brief and comically polite request to Proposition Joe's nephew and head of his tower operations, Cheese , that he must stop dealing in the towers.
After a few words of amused toleration, Cheese jocularly insults Brother Mouzone, who responds with a calm but more threatening manner.
Cheese then attempts to attack him but Brother Mouzone draws his gun to abruptly shoot Cheese in the shoulder at close range with a shell filled with rat shot rat-shot encased in plastic ;a very painful but not lethal piece of ammunition.
He then told Cheese that the next bullet in the gun was a copper jacketed hollow point bullet, a most definitely lethal shot. Omar calls an ambulance for Mouzone and departs.
While recovering in hospital Mouzone informs Stringer that their agreement is "absolved" and later returns to New York.
In season 3, Mouzone returns to Baltimore. He locates Omar's boyfriend Dante after seeking advice from Baltimore local Vinson.
Mouzone beats Dante until he reveals Omar's whereabouts. Rather than exact vengeance on Omar for shooting him, Mouzone suggests that they find and kill Stringer Bell together.
Avon, whose relationship with Stringer has become strained, after they repeatedly clash on strategy and Stringer reveals that he was responsible for D'Angelo Barksdale 's death, reluctantly gives Mouzone a time and a place to find Stringer after Mouzone threatens the Barksdale organization's connection to New York.
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