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Various members of the Homeboys prison group. From top to bottom, left to right; Leroy Tidd, Burr Redding, Reggie Rawls, Supreme Allah, Malcolm Coyle, Simon Adebisi, Mondo Browne, Kenny Wangler, Jefferson Keane, and Poet.

The Homeboys are a gang of black prisoners in Oz involved in the prison drug trade. As 78% of Oz's prisoners are black (and most non-Muslim), their membership is larger than any other prison gang in Oz.


Leader Succession
Jefferson Keane
Paul Markstrom (Default)
Simon Adebisi
Kenny Wangler
Simon Adebisi
Arnold "Poet" Jackson (Default)
Burr Redding

The Homeboys of Oz are a large organized gang of black inmates brought together by the drug-trade. As many of them come from impoverished and violent inner-city neighborhoods, the Homeboys are one of the most violent gangs in Oz. Many of the black inmates come from similar socio-economic backgrounds, violent criminal histories, and as victims of racial prejudice; they are thus often allied on the basis of a shared background and skin color. Although the group consists of several African-American inmates across all units and blocks of Oz, their leadership and main operations is shown throughout the series as being based in Emerald City.

The leadership and membership of the Homeboys fluctuates dramatically throughout the series, mostly due to intense internal conflict and numerous violent struggles for the drug trade with many groups in Oz. They are initially led by Jefferson Keane, shortly followed by Paul Markstrom, then led to the top of the drug-trade by Simon Adebisi and then finally reorganized under Burr Redding. Homeboy inmates and lieutenants Kenny Wangler and Arnold "Poet" Jackson briefly lead the group but are revoked quickly as they are not as powerful or competent as the other leaders, instead fulfilling lieutenant roles. A constant influx of prisoners, as well as internal disputes and casualties keep the Homeboys membership fluctuating; Johnny Post, Junior Pierce, Supreme Allah, Moses Deyell, Omar White, Mondo Browne, Leroy Tidd, Tug Daniels, Reggie Rawls and Malcolm Coyle are some prominent dealers and soldiers of the gang.

Throughout the series, the Homeboys primarily feud with the Sicilian and also later the Latino inmates (both of whom are constantly referred to with racial epithets such as "wops" and "spics.) over the drug trade of Oz. Though on several occasions the three groups ally for a fair three-way split of the drug trade, the fluctuating leadership of the Homeboys causes the ties to be split and re-established several times. The Homeboys also constantly harass and fight several neutral and individual inmates of Oz such as Bob Rebadow and Tobias Beecher. and make significant enemies in Chris Keller and Ryan O'Reily, as well as drawing the ire of their Muslim brothers. Despite the shared racial hatred towards each other, the Homeboys conflict with Aryan Brotherhood and their Biker allies mostly on an indirect basis or due to basic racial tensions, as the Aryan's stance on drugs makes them minimally involved in the power disputes of the drug-trade, the Homeboy's primary concern.

As Oz is also majority black with the Homeboys constituting the largest gang, Warden Glynn on two occasions uses two African-American narcotics detectives to try to acclimate to the Homeboys as a means of stopping the drug trade. Throughout the series, the Homeboys work in the kitchen with the Sicilians, constantly vying for control over the workplace. This changes in the final season when Redding moves them to work as telemarketers.

Plot Summary[]

Season 1[]

  • Episode 1.1 "The Routine" - Italian-American inmate Dino Ortolani's hotheaded behavior makes him a target of the Homeboys, ultimately resulting in his death caused by Johnny Post.
  • Episode 1.2 "Visits, Conjugals and Otherwise" – Investigation by Sicilian Staff Member Lenny Burrano convinces Ryan O'Reily to tell Nino Schibetta that Johnny Post murdered Ortolani. Post is killed, the war between the Homeboys and the Sicilians then escalates.
  • Episode 1.3 "God's Chillin'" - Jefferson Keane undergoes a mental and emotional shift causing him to come to Kareem Saïd and join the Muslims, new inmate 16-year-old Kenny Wangler arrives in Oz and is suggested into the Homeboys by Simon Adebisi.
  • Episode 1.4 “Capital P” – Amidst the drug war, Irish inmate Ryan O'Reily manages to play for both the Homeboys and Sicilians at the same time resulting in the injury of Joey D'Angelo at the hands of Simon Adebisi and Kenny Wangler. Meanwhile Keane is the first prisoner in over 30 years to receive the death penalty after the COs set him up to kill two Latino inmates.
  • Episode 1.5 “Straight Life” – With a threat from Warden Glynn to stop dealing drugs, Nino Schibetta arranges to find the “leak” in the drug operation within Oz discovering Paul Markstrom's identity as a Narcotics Detective. With Markstrom and Keane gone in addition to the transfer of all the Sicilian inmates out of Em City except Schibetta, Nino becomes more allied with Ryan O'Reily and Simon Adebisi whom he views as the best black inmate to do drug business with.
  • Episode 1.7 "Plan B" – To get Schibetta out of the drug business, O’Reily and Adebisi grind ground glass into his food over a period of months, resulting in his death in a very unnoticeable fashion.
  • Episode 1.8 "A Game of Checkers" – During a riot that breaks loose in Emerald City, several of the Homeboys go into heroin withdrawal that becomes problematic at times both before and after the riot.

Season 2[]

  • Episode 2.2 "Ancient Tribes" – Back in Emerald City, Nino Schibetta's son Peter arrives in Oz and blackmails Warden Glynn for control of the kitchen. To stay in the Sicilians good graces, O’Reily informs Schibetta that Adebisi killed Nino giving the Sicilians more reason to war with the Homeboys.
  • Episode 2.3 "Great Men" - Poet does well in the inmate GED program while it is determined that Wangler is functionally illiterate. While Unit Manager Tim McManus attempts to teach him to read, Adebisi in the following episodes maintains control of Wangler forcing him to stop going to class.
  • Episode 2.5 “Family Bizness" – Out of Schibetta’s debt, Glynn gives Adebisi control of the cafeteria again transferring all the Sicilians into the dress factory. Schibetta is also given rat poison by Adebisi and Miguel Alvarez and ends up in the hospital. Adebisi also begins exchanging love notes with a woman on death row named Shirley Bellinger.
  • Episode 2.6 “Strange Bedfellows” – To kill Adebisi, Pancamo and Schibetta go to the kitchen and make an attempt on his life. The attempt on Adebisi backfires though as Pancamo is knocked out with a can of peaches and Schibetta is brutally sodomized by Adebisi. Being the victim of rape, Schibetta is told by Burrano that someone else will be taking care of the operations in Oz. Miguel Alvarez then approaches Adebisi to be partners in the drug trade, but is refused for failing to help him take down the Wiseguys.
  • Episode 2.7 “Strange Bedfellows” – Adebisi goes into disarray when he meets Shirley Bellinger and is rejected by her for being black. Sicilian Mobster Antonio Nappa shows up and takes charge of the Sicilians. To make Adebisi suffer for raping Schibetta, he asks Burrano what Adebisi values most which Burrano says is heroin and Nappa asks him to suggest to Glynn to conduct a random drug test depriving Adebisi of heroin. Adebisi then goes into withdrawal again attempting to murder Nappa but is stopped by an elderly African inmate named Jara.
  • Episode 2.8 “Escape From Oz” – Off heroin and under the guidance of an African inmate named Kipekemie Jara. Adebisi is no longer a threat to the Mafia who seek a partnership with Kenny Wangler. The condition of the alliance is for Wangler to kill Jara so that the Sicilians can still have Adebisi under control. Wangler then kills Jara, but Adebisi gets blamed for it by the hacks, so Adebisi goes to the psych ward.

Season 3[]

  • Episode 3.1 “The Truth and Nothing But..." – Released from the psych ward, Adebisi appears non-threatening and even thanks Nappa for arranging the hit on Jara. Nappa says Adebisi could be of use to the Sicilians after all. Nappa then has Wangler test out new inmate Malcolm Coyle by having him beaten at the same time by all the homeboys in the gym.
  • Episode 3.2 “Napoleon’s Boney Parts” – Adebisi leaves the kitchen to volunteer for the AIDs ward as a means of getting revenge on Nappa whom he secretly infects with an AIDS positive needle. In the meantime, McManus transfers Coyle out of the kitchen and into the prison barber shop.
  • Episode 3.3 "Legs" – Augustus Hill testifies against Coyle for murdering a Sicilian family and Wangler seeks revenge. At the request of Kareem Said, the Sicilians, the Latinos and the Aryans all protect Hill and Nappa orders Coyle's murder as a means of justice for the family he killed and to intimidate the Homeboys into keeping away from Hill.
  • Episode 3.5 "U.S. Male" – In the boxing tournament, Wangler loses to Hamid Khan then orders Poet to expose Muslim leader Kareem Said's feelings for a white woman. After learning his wife was cheating on him, Wangler has her and her lover executed and feigns remorse to attend the funeral. In the previous episode, Chucky Pancamo talks with Adebisi about becoming partners in the drug trade, Adebisi then brings in the Latinos led by El Cid after injuring Poet and Pierce as Wangler is away. Later, Wangler falls to Adebisi's mercy upon his return.
  • Episode 3.7 "Secret Identities" - Wangler is subject to Adebisi's mercy and is forced by Adebisi to claim that McManus sexually harassed him. Adebisi claims that he has a plan to get a black man to run Emerald City and begins fueling racial tension throughout Oz.
  • Episode 3.8 "Out o' Time" - As the racial tension builds, Poet and Pierce are released from the hospital appearing with white pigmentation on their skin recovering from the kitchen “accident”. Adebisi has most of the black inmates become more unified as a means of starting a riot to take over the prison. For fear of a lockdown, Pancamo and Hernandez ask Adebisi to cool the rhetoric unsuccessfully as the black inmates unify upon Hill's trip to the hole. Earlier in the episode, Adebisi convinces black CO Clayton Hughes to help him. Hughes tries to get Glynn to join their cause and as a result, Hughes is fired but leaves Adebisi with a gift, a gun.

Season 4 Part I[]

  • Episode 4.1 "A Cock and Balls Story" - The lockdown is ended and Adebisi's plan to get a black man running Emerald City is still ongoing. Wangler suggests they use the gun but Adebisi claims that to get McManus fired, someone else needs to use the gun. Adebisi then has Wangler, Poet and Pierce transferred back into Emerald City where the three bully a new white inmate named Guillaume Tarrant who is from France. This is perfect for Adebisi who sees this as a way for black men to die at the hands of a white man, prompting his cause for a black unit manager to replace McManus. Adebisi also likes the fact that it will specifically be Wangler whom Tarrant fears and Adebisi still hates. Adebisi delivers the gun into Tarrant's pod and the next day watches as he commits a mass shooting in the common area of Em City and murders Wangler, Pierce, Lou Rath, and an officer named Joseph Howard, all four of whom are black prompting Adebisi's cause even further.
  • Episode 4.2 "Obituaries" - With the Emerald City shooting, Warden Glynn who is now a candidate for Lieutenant Governor is pressured by Adebisi and some of the other black inmates to fire McManus and hire a black Unit Manager whom they claim can maintain order in Emerald City and reduce the racially tense issues within Oz. McManus then self-destructs singing a song at Officer Howard's funeral prompting Glynn to fire him immediately. Meanwhile, inmate Desmond Mobay needs into the drug trade and Adebisi suspicious of him being undercover asks him for a drug dealer that can vouche for him.
  • Episode 4.3 "The Bill of Wrongs" – Hernandez undergoes a mental breakdown and turns in Adebisi for the gun smuggling incident. Adebisi goes to the hole and Pancamo then determines that someone else needs to represent the Latino’s third. New inmate Enrique Morales is the best candidate and causes El Cid's death. The three gangster groups then begin to test new inmate Mobay who wants into the drug trade by forcing him to snort heroin to prove he is not undercover. To get a black Unit Manager, Adebisi convinces the Muslims to get black community leaders to pressure Glynn further.
  • Episode 4.4 "Works of Mercy" - Mobay is released from the hole following a drug shakedown but Adebisi is not convinced that he is worthy to be amongst them so he puts him to another test. This test involves taking punches from Pancamo which Mobay does. A straw poll is then taken where Pancamo Votes Yes, Adebisi votes No and Morales abstains causing a tie vote concerning Mobay's worthiness. The tie is resolved if he kills an inmate, he can be amongst them. Adebisi then gets his wish when Martin Querns, an African-American is hired as Unit Manager. Upon running Emerald City, Querns speaks with Adebisi and claims that he will look the other way on all the issues related to drug dealing as long as Adebisi and his business partners eliminate violence from Emerald City. The two come to a mutual agreement and slowly the politics in Emerald City begin to change.
  • Episode 4.5 "Gray Matter" – To resolve Adebisi’s issues about Mobay joining their crew, the three groups agree to have him kill someone far from Em City for membership making it look like an accident. New unit manager Martin Querns then names three trustees- Pancamo, Morales and Adebisi who may deal all the drugs they wish in exchange for maintaining order in Emerald City. The Aryan and Biker inmates are then transferred out and Sean Murphy loses his position as the supervising CO of Emerald City. More black inmates come into Em City including Leroy Tidd, Mondo Browne and new inmate Supreme Allah who is looking to lead both the Muslims and Homeboys.
  • Episode 4.6 "A Word to the Wise" - Travis Smith, a black CO is named the head of Emerald City and all the Christian inmates (Except for their single black member who becomes one of Adebisi's rape victims) are transferred out of Emerald City and replaced by black gangster inmates. Adebisi then dismisses Arif by not transferring in any Muslim inmates. Querns then trades all the Non-black COs out of Em City and transfers in several black officers and Claire Howell who disagreed with Tim McManus. With Mobay in, Adebisi has him, Browne and Tidd recruit new drug customers under Poet's supervision. Immoral and illegal behavior amongst most of the black inmates increases as Querns lives up to his agreement ignoring their behavior in exchange for maintaining order.
  • Episode 4.7 “A Town Without Pity” – Supreme Allah threatens Zahir Arif and more black gang members come into Emerald City courtesy of Querns and Adebisi when the all of the drag queens (except for the black one) are transferred out of Em City and into Unit B. A fight breaks out between Browne and Zanghi and the Sicilian and Latino inmates are cheated in the drug trade and then transferred to Unit B. Adebisi meanwhile is on a power trip, recording videos of the Homeboys' antics that disgusts Kareem Saïd, the Muslims' reinstated leader who claims that "A bad system ran by blacks is the same thing as a bad system run by whites." Vowing to stop Adebisi and Querns, Said secretly teams up with McManus and then pretends to ally himself with Adebisi.
  • Episode 4.8 "You Bet Your Life" - Glynn drops out of the Governor race after an assassination attempt done by Clayton Hughes against Governor Devlin and most of the black inmates cheer. Tension builds around Mobay who ends up turning himself in for a murder of another inmate. To reintegrate Em City, two of the remaining white inmates Ryan O'Reily and Chris Keller murder Nate Shemin and Mondo Browne successfully framing Supreme Allah for the murder. Said then discovers Adebisi's videotapes courtesy of Poet and after moving into Adebisi's pod delivers them to McManus. Glynn sees the tapes and fires Querns reinstating McManus who comes back to Em City transferring out several of the black inmates. Angered by the disruption of his system, Adebisi attempts to kill Said, but Said ends up killing him in self-defense.

Season 4 Part II[]

  • Episode 4.10 "Conversions" - With Poet as the default leader, the Homeboys are out of the drug trade until elderly black inmate Burr Redding (Who is stepfather to Hill) arrives and takes charge. A war builds between the Homeboys, Latinos and Sicilians that results in Morales framing Redding for the murder of a Chinese refugee.
  • Episode 4.12 "Cuts Like A Knife" - Out of the cage, Redding finds more trouble in the drug war when Supreme Allah is released from solitary. After telling Hill that Ketchum caused his arrest, Hill makes an attempt to assault Supreme Allah in the showers that results in him being tossed out of his wheelchair and hospitalized. Redding, at the suggestion of Keller, calls in Tug Daniels, the brother of the man Supreme Allah is serving time for killing and has him make a murder attempt on him in the visiting room. Supreme Allah lives though, Daniels gets sentenced to 28 years and Poet goes to the cage for assisting Daniels in the murder attempt.
  • Episode 4.13 "The Blizzard of '01" - In an attempt to eliminate the Homeboys' competition, Redding devises a plan to kill the Sicilians and Latinos in addition to Supreme Allah using Poet, Daniels, Jia Kenman and Omar White. Having second thoughts, Hill informs the COs who then lock the prison down.
  • Episode 4.14 "Orpheus Descending" - The lockdown is ended and McManus forces Redding and Morales to come to a truce. Redding then ex-communicates Hill for tipping off the COs only allowing him to live because of their past relationship. Released from the hospital, Supreme Allah tells Pancamo and Morales that he will secure control of the Homeboys by killing Redding through Hill.
  • Episode 4.16 "Famous Last Words" - In the previous episode Daniels was murdered by Redding when a spy of his, Colonel Edward Galson tells him that he saw him conspiring to take over the Homeboys with Supreme Allah. Supreme Allah then dies due to an allergic reaction in the cafeteria supplied by Hill whom Redding then lets back into the Homeboys. Galson then dies making an attempt on Morales under orders from Redding.

Season 5[]

  • Episode 5.3 “Dream a Little Dream of Me” – The Sicilians are knocked into disarray by the Aryans, so Redding makes peace with Morales causing the Homeboys and Latinos to ally in dealing drugs throughout Oz.
  • Episode 5.4 "Next Stop: Valhalla" – Redding convinces Glynn that he should manage the cafeteria and transfer out the Sicilians. Redding then forces Omar White to move drugs to Reggie Rawls in Unit C. Upset over some family losses, Hill goes to Poet for some heroin which in the following episode he ends up overdosing on.
  • Episode 5.6 “Variety” – With Hill in the hospital and Redding on the warpath, Poet draws suspicion away from himself in Hill's drugging with Chico Guerra by scapegoating the Sicilians. They then get Agamemnon Busmalis to inform Redding that a Sicilian inmate named Salvatore DeSanto sold the drugs to Hill. Redding orders DeSanto's food to be mixed with LSD in the kitchen and at dinner, he then overdoses and dies. McManus however has no proof that Redding killed DeSanto as the kitchen had been competently cleaned.
  • Episode 5.7 "Good Intentions" - To find Hill's drug dealer, McManus interrogates him in the hospital claiming that Redding thinks the Sicilians sold him the drugs. Hill says they did not but will not give up Poet either. McManus then informs Redding refusing him and Hill to see each other as he thinks another inmate will die at Redding’s hands. Furious, he searches for Busmalis whom Poet coerces to tell Redding that Guerra is in fact responsible and forced Busmalis to lie. This causes a fight between Morales and Redding and causes an end to the Homeboy/Latino alliance with both leaders going to the hole. Poet is then later paid by the former prison dentist to expose dental information about Aryan Brotherhood member James Robson that gets him excommunicated from the Brotherhood.
  • Episode 5.8 “Impotence” – While Redding and Morales are in Ad Seg, Hill returns from the hospital and agrees not to rat out Poet to Redding. When Redding returns, he expresses his sorrow for having Hill get on drugs in the first place. The Latinos in the meantime renew their alliance with the Sicilians and Frank Urbano then makes an attempt on Redding that ends up killing Hill.

Season 6[]

  • Episode 6.1 "Dead Man Talking" - With Hill dead, Redding is in mourning and then urged to lead the Homeboys once again as Kareem Said points out they are out of control attacking various inmates.
  • Episode 6.3 "Sonata Da Oz" - Inspired by a business plan, Redding asks for Said's help to start the Homeboys in the telemarketing business in Oz giving up the drug trade.
  • Episode 6.5 "4Giveness" - After following Poet out of the telemarketing business, the Homeboys attempt to sell drugs but come up short as Burr Redding asks the Wiseguys to stop them from slinging. The Homeboys then go to work for Arif at the book-binding plant.
  • Episode 6.7 "Junkyard Dawgs" - Poet and Rawls agree to help new inmate Stanley Bukowski sell Marijuana brownies, but he is stopped and killed by the Sicilians who see he is cutting into their business. Redding then destroys the binding plant as a means of repopulating his business. Poet leads them back to work for Burr where they will secretly steal credit card numbers which their friends and relatives on the outside can sell.




Picture Name Seasons Status Overview
Jefferson Keane 1, 6 Deceased

Jefferson Keane was the leader of the Homeboys until he left to join the Muslims. Jefferson Keane was killed through lethal injection on the death penatly.

Paul Markstrom
Paul Markstrom 1 Deceased

Paul Markstrom become the de-facto leader but was really an undercover cop to tackle the drug trade, when he was found out to be an undercover cop he was hung by his neck on a basketball hoop by Adebisi and Wangler.

Simon Adebisi
Simon Adebisi 1, 2, 3, 4 Deceased

Adebisi was the leader after killing Markstrom and then Wangler took over in 1998 and then Adebisi took back leadership and went back on top after injuring Junior and Poet. Adebisi was killed in self defence by Kareem Said.

Kenny Wangler 1, 2, 3, 4 Deceased

Kenny took over as leader of the homeboys in 1998 until Adebisi takes it back in 1999. Wangler was shot to death by Tarrant.

Poet 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 Active

After the death of Adebisi, Poet becomes the de-facto leader of the Homeboys until Burr Redding comes in and takes the leadership.

Burr Redding 4, 5, 6 Inactive

Burr Redding took over the Homeboys in 2001. Burr is sent to solitary confinement in 2003 which leaves the Homeboys leaderless.

Enforcements and dealers[]

Picture Name Seasons Status Overview
Augustus Hill image
Augustus Hill 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 Deceased

Augustus was briefly part of the Homeboys and they wouldn't really care about him. As Redding comes and takes over the Homeboys, Redding would take in Augustus due to their history. Augustus Hill was accidentally killed by Frank Urbano.

Johnny Post 1 Deceased

Johnny Post was an enforcer for Jefferson Keane, he was murdered by The Italians for killing Dino Ortolani.

Jackson Vahue
Jackson Vahue 1, 2, 4, 6 Released

Jackson was a brief member of the Homeboys, however he was paroled from Oz between 2001 & 2003.

Junior Pierce
Junior Pierce 2, 3 4 Deceased

Junior was a lieutenant for Kenny Wangler. Junior was shot in the back by Tarrant.

Malcolm Coyle 3 Deceased

Coyle was recruited by Wangler in the Homeboys in 1999, Coyle was murdered by The Italians.

Johnny Basil/Desmond Mobay 4 Deceased

Johnny Basil goes by Desmond Mobay and pretends to be Jamaican as undercover to tackle the drug trade in Oz. He gets really deep to save his own life. Basil confessed to the murder of Bruno Goergen and gets convicted in 2001. He was stabbed by Clayton Hughes.

Kevin Ketchum AKA Supreme Allah 4 Deceased

Supreme Allah was one of Adebisi's lieutenants and then he got kicked out of the Homeboys by Burr Redding. Kevin Ketchum was poisoned to death by Poet and Ryan O'Reily with eggs that he was very allergic to.

Raymond Browne
Mondo Browne 4 Deceased

Mondo was a member of the homeboys in 2000, he was murdered by Chris Keller.

Tidd Leroy
Leroy Tidd 4 Deceased

Leroy Tidd was a member of the Homeboys in 2000, in 2001 he left the Homeboys and becomes a Muslim. He was stabbed by Jenkins to protect Kareem Saïd.

Moses Deyell 4 Deceased

Moses Deyell was an inmate on death row. He was later killed when he tried to escape from prison.

Tug Daniels 4 Deceased

Tug was one of Redding's soldiers, he was strangled to death by Burr Redding for betraying him.

Omar White 4, 5, 6 Deceased

Omar is an on and off gang member in the Homeboys. He was stabbed in the neck by Lemuel Idzik.

Curtis Bennett
Curtis Bennett 4 Inactive

Curtis was a pimp who was sent to prison in 2001. He was a Homeboy member in Unit C who knew Hank Schillinger & Carrie Schillinger.

Farai Gyrobile 5 Inactive

Gyrobile was a Homeboy inmate in Unit C who was a mixed race with Jamaican heritage. He was sent to solitary for assaulting Bob Rebadow.

Reggie Rawls
Reggie Rawls 5, 6 Alive

Reggie was a gang member of the Homeboys who was a major drug dealer in Unit C for Burr Redding, he was then transferred to Emerald City.

Kenaniah Maxwell
Kenaniah Maxwell 1, 6 Active

Kenaniah was Reggie Rawls' cellmate in Emerald City and was also a great friend to Poet.

Travis Ballard 1 Inactive

Travis Ballard was a gang member in Jefferson Keane's crew that almost got converted by Kareem Said until Jefferson Keane stepped in.

Franklin 1, 3 Inactive

Franklin was a member of Jefferson Keane's crew outside of Oz. In 1997 him along with Jefferson and Billie was convicted.

Unnamed inmate #1 4, 5, 6 Active

A background character usually seen with Poet, Reggie Rawls & Burr Redding.

Unnamed inmate #2 5, 6 Active

A background character usually seen with Poet, Reggie Rawls & Burr Redding.

Corrupt officials[]

Picture Name Seasons Status Overview
Martin Querns 4, 6 Inctive

Martin Querns was Unit Manager of Emerald City who did everything in Adebisi's favour to reduce the violence in Emerald City in return of Adebisi allowing his gang to sell drugs and transferring all the white gays, white Christians, the Aryans and Bikers out.

Non members related[]

Picture Name Seasons Status Overview
Billie Keane
Billie Keane 1 Inactive

Billie Keane was the brother of Jefferson Keane.

Murders committed by Homeboys[]





Unnamed undercover cop Simon Adebisi Head chopped off with a sword. 1992
Married couple Jefferson Keane Shot for stealing from him. 1997
Dino Ortolani Johnny Post Burnt to death on orders from Ryan O'Reily & Jefferson Keane. 1997
Unnamed kid Kenny Wangler Shot to death while trying to rob him. 1997
Julio Martinez Jefferson Keane Killed in self defence by snapping his neck. 1997
Paul Markstrom Simon Adebisi & Kenny Wangler Hung by the neck for finding out he was an undercover cop. 1997
Nino Schibetta Simon Adebisi & Ryan O'Reily Killed to take over his operations in Oz. 1997
Unnamed gangster Poet Shot to death while after Poet owing money. 1998
Kipekemie Jara Kenny Wangler Stabbed in the back for manipulating Adebisi and to impress Antonio Nappa. 1998
5 members of the Ciancimino Family Malcolm Coyle Killed for no reason as he thought it would be just for fun. 1998
Unnamed married couple Moses Deyell Both shot to death. 2000
Gray Daniels Supreme Allah Shot for laughing at him at a dice game. 2000
Unnamed pregnant woman Mondo Browne Unknown reason 2000
Bruno Goergen Desmond Mobay Blackmailing Johnny about his undercover job and to keep in good with the gangsters in Oz. 2000
Mark Miles Moses Deyell Strangled to death as Miles kept racially abusing him. 2000
Unnamed policeman Burr Redding Shot in a shootout. 2001
Tug Daniels Burr Redding Strangled to death for siding with Supreme Allah. 2001
Supreme Allah Poet Food spiked with eggs that Supreme was massively allergic to. 2001
Salvatore DeSanto Poet Spiked his food with LSD as DeSanto was accused of selling drugs to Hill. 2002
OZ Gangs

The Aryans - The Bikers - The Christians - The Gays - The Homeboys - The Irish - The Italians - The Latinos - The Muslims - The Others