Eddie Jackson

Eddie “The Fat Man” Jackson grew up in Detroit in the 1940s, and from a young age was a troublemaker and a hustler. In the 1970s, he started dealing heroin, and eventually oversaw one of the largest heroin organizations in the city. He moved his family out to a wealthy suburb called Southfield, and developed a taste for the finer things. He also became known for his extravagant generosity, at times driving through Detroit and throwing money out the windows of a car he called “The Crowd Pleaser.”

Eddie appears in “The Fat Man and the Field Marshall.”

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Rob Szypko