Michael K. Williams
The film hits theaters on August 26.
The true story follows Brown-Easley, the man who took matters into his own hands after being denied Veterans benefits.
"I'm positive that he would not have knowingly taken fentanyl... I know that like I know my first name."
Law enforcement claims that despite knowing that Williams died from the drugs, the dealers continued selling the product on the streets.
"Black Market is a testament to Michael K. Williams' dedication to criminal justice reform and social justice," said Jesse Angelo of Vice Media Group.
The drugs fentanyl, p-fluorofentanyl, heroin, and cocaine were all found in the actor's system.
"He loved his mama. And he was a man of the community. Harrisburg embraced him as an adopted son," remarked the funeral director.
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