A former lawyer representing members of Your Black Muslim Bakery allegedly smuggled a hit list and other “unauthorized written communications” from Yusef Bey IV, who is being held in the Santa Rita jail on murder charges, according to an affidavit filed in Alameda County court on Tuesday.

On the alleged hit list was a list of witnesses who would testify against Bey IV in three murder cases, the Chauncey Bailey Project reports. Bey IV and associates are charged with ordering the assassination of Oakland-based journalist, Chauncey Bailey, and two other people in 2007.

Read the full post by Thomas Peele, on the Chauncey Bailey Project website:

Bakery leader’s lawyer smuggled witness hit list from jail, court records say

Sarah Terry-Cobo is a reporter based in Oklahoma City, specializing in environmental science and policy and Latin American issues. She is a native Oklahoman, where she graduated from the University of Tulsa with a bachelor’s degree in environmental policy. After college she moved to California to attend UC Berkeley, where she graduated with a master’s in journalism and master’s in Latin American studies. She began as a print reporter, but has expanded her skills with audio production and data visualizations.