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Who was Wayne Perry?

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Wayne Perry, also known as "Silk" Perry, is a Washington, D.C. gangster famous for his ability and willingness to kill people regardless of the venue or witnesses. He also gained a reputation for robbery, extortion and drug dealing. He had an intimidating effect on people on the city streets, even among other criminals.

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Perry was convicted in April of 1994. As of 2013, Wayne Perry resides in a supermax prison in Florence, Colo., and is still famous in D.C. for his deeds. He has since converted to Islam and maintains a presence on social media.

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