Source document contributed to DocumentCloud by Justin Fenton (The Baltimore Sun). ^ "Dead Man Inc.," Baltimore Crime Beat, The Baltimore Sun. Did he request it or did they decide to send him there? Baltimore, Maryland - James Sweeney, age 36, of Baltimore, Maryland, was sentenced to life in prison, for conspiracy to participate in a violent racketeering enterprise known as the Dead Man Incorporated (DMI). Among those charged are the alleged Dead Man Inc. co-founders, Perry Roark and James Sweeney "On our streets, this organization has been involved in … It mentions Coonan when he was in Lewisburg. Does anyone know why Coonan was moved to Otisville? The indictment alleges that the Dead Man Incorporated gang is an organized criminal enterprise with leaders and members who deal drugs and commit violent crimes. Dead Man Incorporated originated in the Maryland Correctional System in the late 1990's (Dead Man Inc) and founded by Perry Roark (42) who, just this year, plead guilty "to conspiracy to participating in" the "violent racketeering enterprise", Dead Man Incorporated, and confessed to being the "Supreme Commander" since its inception in 2000 (The FBI: Federal Bureau of Investigation, 2012). Father Jack dies after drinking floor polish, leaving Ted and Dougal an inheritance. Dead Man Inc. je zatvorska banda sa ograncima u mnogim kazneno-popravnim ustanovana širom USA.Osnovali su Perry Roark i James Sweeney 2001/2002 u okviru ’’Korekcionog Odeljenja Maryland’’. Check out this link. November 2, 2011. Sweeney was a founder of DMI and became its “Supreme D.” FBI. Sweeney wrote that he is "the founder and creator of both DMI and POA, therefore he intimately knows what they are and what they are not." Directed by Declan Lowney. With Dermot Morgan, Ardal O'Hanlon, Frank Kelly, Pauline McLynn. Prosecutors in Texas say James Sweeney will receive a life term for his role in leading a prison gang called Dead Man Inc. Sweeney … Dead Man Incorporated (775 words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article tattooed on a member's back. ^ "Twenty-Two Alleged Members of Violent “Dead Man Incorporated” Gang Indicted on Federal Racketeering, Murder, and Drug Charges That May Bring Life in Federal Prison". Founded by Perry Roark, Brian Jordan and Jimmy Sweeney Founding location Maryland Correctional System (has since expanded) "And Dead Man Incorporated is NOT a …