Brothers and Keepers: A Memoir - Our Time, II Summary & Analysis

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Our Time, II Summary

Robby discusses how he operates as a criminal and how his criminal roots began. He had ambitions to become a big time drug deal in Pittsburgh. He traveled to Detroit to get the drugs he needed to sell. Michael Dukes and Cecil Rice were his crew. Robby talks about how they went to Detroit to a housing project. He shoots the heroin before he buys it to make sure it is good. They get $2,000 worth of heroin in Detroit and will turn it around to $7,000 profit in Pittsburgh. Robby's girlfriend wakes him up and says there is a Cadillac outside the door. There is gunfire and it is aimed at Robby. It is the police. They tear through the apartment. They find a lot of heroin on Robby and he gets arrested. He cannot sell on the street for...

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