Cornbread Mafia
Whatever

Hershey, PA

#247 Oct 15, 2008
I say RUN JOHNNY RUN!!! People have to make a living to. everything is going up in cost people have to do something to stay ahead. But did they catch him or not?
readytoparty

Campbellsville, KY

#248 Oct 21, 2008
no, he is still at large the 2008 crop is in the barns. there will be lots of celebrations come home johnny
Willisburg mafia

Saint Catharine, KY

#249 Oct 21, 2008
keep their names out of your mouths!!!
missthing

Hodgenville, KY

#250 Oct 22, 2008
Johnny Boone was a part of the cornbread mafia several years ago. He no longer has ties with the mafia. The news article about him didn't mention that all the pot plants found on Johnny's farm were all on a wagon and they were all dead. He was set up.
readytoparty

Campbellsville, KY

#251 Oct 23, 2008
the government needs to meet their quotia so they set up old members that they think got off light i know this because i know people in the fbi and they love to bully certain individuals
a friend

Greensburg, KY

#252 Oct 24, 2008
go to 420>archive to find john boone americas most wanted.
da man

Athens, GA

#253 Nov 5, 2008
you people are ignorant. none of u know whats going on with the Boone case so stop acting like it. he will be caught and taken straight to the federal pen. GUARANTEED
Curious

United States

#254 Nov 5, 2008
There was a book written by a Lexington Police Officer some years back and it was all about the Cornbread Mafia. Forgot the name of it, but remember reading it. If the mafia still exsists or not, who knows, it is kept quiet and Raywick has settled down since then. Would not want to know who was involved, that could get someone hurt! It is quiet now and settled down, let sleeping dogs lie! Read the new book when it comes out if you are intrested.
tripwest8

Bardstown, KY

#255 Nov 6, 2008
Major wrote:
there is a book coming out soon about the Cornbread Mafia. Should be interesting reading.
If anyone knows the name of the book about the Marion County Cornbread Mafia please post the name of the book. Would love to read it.
Curious

United States

#256 Nov 6, 2008
I think it is "Bluegrass Conspiracy" the library should have it.
yep

Glasgow, KY

#257 Nov 6, 2008
I know some people who have been released and live very close to me (I live in Larue co) and you would never know they were "mafia" but from rumors I've heard in some rough places some revenge is being plotted because alot of them rolled over on each other. I also know that there was a family murdered close to were I live and they say it was by the cornbread mafia. It was husband and wife named the Ziggs
knows

Waddy, KY

#258 Nov 7, 2008
Bluegrass Conspiracy is not about the Cornbread Mafia. The Bluegrass Conspiracy is about blue-blood families in Lexington running cocaine and eventually getting caught. The book regarding the Cornbread Mafia is by Jim Higdon of Louisville and is not yet released. It should be out in about 6 months. As for yep's comment, the Cornbread Mafia wasn't about knocking off families. Lets not blow this out of proportion. They grew and sold pot and were good at it. That's it. They weren't like the the gangs today.
supporter

Bowling Green, KY

#259 Nov 10, 2008
John Boone is an american legend and there should be a movie made about him and the cornbread mafia, this guy is awsome and if half of america shared his values we wouldn't be in the mess we are in today.
hopining for the best

London, KY

#260 Nov 14, 2008
cornbread mafia ? no mafia just a bunch of guy growing weed
problems2008

Elizabethtown, KY

#261 Nov 14, 2008
the real reason drugs are illegal isnt because their unsafe its because the goverment cant tax it.when involved in a drug case your property gets seized,house bank accounts,cars, anything you have.unless you rat or become an informant.then you get a paycheck,free get out of jail card,and free drugs.if you dont mind being labled as a rat then this is a job for some who enjoy such perks
i know

Elizabethtown, KY

#262 Nov 15, 2008
once you rat the feds do not protect you they throw you to the wolves so to speak. you are better off doing your time and coming home and trying to get on with your life. once you rat the rest of the members in the community will make sure you pay for your disloyality.
problems2008

Lebanon, KY

#263 Nov 15, 2008
people these days act like an informant is a good thing.thats because their paid liers who has also been caught for usually the same crime.but make it so rough on others indicted that its a mistake to go to trial,because usually thats when the truth comes out about the informant
justa wondering

United States

#264 Nov 17, 2008
hey
justa wondering

United States

#265 Nov 17, 2008
William Ricky Sapp proudly claims to be a part of cornbread-----anybody ever hear of him?
knows

Waddy, KY

#266 Nov 18, 2008
justa wondering wrote:
William Ricky Sapp proudly claims to be a part of cornbread-----anybody ever hear of him?
yeah i know him. he paid a lawyer to get him out of a LOT of jail time. I think he still served a little. Not sure if he was every in the CBM though. but he grew lots of pot and lived in Loretto so you can probably figure that out. His neighbor was in it for sure...rat, too.

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