Jordan Green at Yes Weekly wrote exhaustively about the trial process and has continued to follow up since the verdict, for the most recent article:
These two recent articles do a good job outlining some of the more obviously frivolous charges brought by the indictment:
Yes Weekly—Allegations, Not Evidence
Yes Weekly—Latin Kings Indictment Stuns Supporters
These older articles give you some more details about the ALKQN’s history of harassment in Greensboro:
An editorial from the News & Record that parrots the indictment and offers no insightful commentary (an approach mirrored by most media outlets regarding the case):
A more straightforward account of the bail hearing that includes voices from some current and past ALKQN members, which is rare among major media coverage of the case:
A reportback from an anti-prison demonstration that discusses solidarity among anarchists and the ALKQN:
A short article about gang peace and street organization unity in Greensboro:
King Jay speaks at the Beloved Community Center on starting the Almighty Latin King and Queen Nation of North Carolina.
King Jay speaks at the Peace, Unity, and Justice Rally 2008.
ALKQN of NC, Farm Labor Organizing Committee (FLOC), Beloved Community Center, and Guilford College students at the US Social Forum, Detroit June 2010, or also referred to as a Latin King criminal conference in the federal indictment.
FLOC rally against R.J. Reynolds
King Jay holds press conference on November 3, 2010 about filing a Title VI Complaint against the Greensboro Police Department with the US Justice Department.
King Peaceful holds a press conference at the BCC after King Jay had been shot in 2008.
Press Conference held at the BCC about police harassment and King Jay announcing his first run for city council in Greensboro.
King Jay being arrested while canvasing downtown during his first city council campaign. According to the police the kings and bloods were flashing gang signs, but it turns out a campaign volunteer, a Guilford College student was waving hello to fellow campaign volunteers.
Jorge Cornell’s statement on running a second time for city council in Greenboro.
Jay speaking at a City Council campaign event against the reopening up of the White Streeet Landfill in East Greensboro.
Kings marching during a candlelight vigil against racism in downtown Greensboro.
Kings attending a Prayer and Justice March downtown Greensboro.