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Old 08-07-2017, 09:13 AM
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Self-Snitching Goes International:
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A major heroin ring in New York City was busted this week...Each of the (six) men faces a minimum of 10 years to life behind bars...

The crew had connections to a Mexican cartel and would funnel the drugs through Los Angeles, New York and Chicago, according to federal authorities.

(A) fleet of cars seized in the bust included a Lamborghini Hurácan, Rolls Royce Ghost, Bentley, Audi R8 Spyder, Mercedes CLS63, Mercedes S550, Porsche Cayenne, Maserati, Range Rover Sport and BMW M4...Among (the) gifts seized: a $3,000 Versace stroller...a Rolex watch, Chanel handbag and Versace dress...

...(T)he dealers flaunted their lavish lives, funded by drug money, on Instagram...



Nice work, guys -- all you have to worry about now is paying taxes on your illegally earned income, and the drug cartel getting nervous about you snitching on them. They may put out the word that there's a big payday waiting for anyone who silences you permanently!
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Did you note Safaree said he saw Meek get out of a car? Not according to Meek -- he posted an alibi...(t)o which someone responded by posting video of Meek getting out of a car (at the scene of the crime):

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... Meek Mill may have just self-snitched his way into getting thrown back in jail! If he'd lie about being there while video cameras were rolling in broad daylight, why should the court believe that he neither ordered nor helped organize (Safaree's) ambush?
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TMZ: ...(A) judge ruled (Mill had) violated probation from his 2009 drug and weapons case by getting busted for a St. Louis airport fight ... and his reckless driving arrest in NYC. Even though both cases were dropped, the judge said the arrests alone were violations -- and reportedly gave him 2 to 4 years in prison.
Actually, the charges in both cases were reduced via plea deals -- there were no acquittals. And while he wasn't arrested for the Sarafee incident, I doubt that it helped.
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Reuters: In a heist reminiscent of a Hollywood movie, Kenyan robbers spent months tunnelling into the bowels of a bank located opposite a police station...(T)wo men and one woman...had been arrested...but...the 50 million Kenyan shillings ($500K USD), reported missing...(is) not recovered...
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Luise Spot TV (YouTube): After her girlfriend...flaunt(ed)...17 million shillings...on social media...the post was traced...
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StarNewsOnline: Shadasia Ellison, 19...(is) charged with attempted first-degree murder, assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury, child abuse, hit/run with injury and reckless driving...

(A)uthorities allege Ellison ran down Tameka Copper, 19, in a dispute over a man. The attack was broadcast live on Facebook. Afterward, Ellison boasted about the event in SnapChat videos. Cooper...was treated by paramedics at the scene and claimed a leg injury.

Ellison, who is on probation for a May larceny conviction...has several outstanding charges pending against her in five counties, court records show. (Her) bail (was) set at $1 million (USD).

And she violated probation to boot? You have to admire a multi-tasker! But what's with the child abuse charge?
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WWAYTV3.com: There was a child in the car with Ellison at the time of the incident.
Oh. Hope they both had their seat belts on.
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In the course of trying to find an allegedly missing gram of marijuana, a group of about a dozen young people in Brooklyn, New York City, watched as someone was beaten into agreeing to a strip search. I know this because the incident was live streamed, then posted.

Only one person in the video attempted to hide his face, but he shouldn't have bothered -- it isn't as though the police are in the habit of investigating online criminal activity...and by the way, the victim DIDN'T have the marijuana.
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In a bid to generate credibility as an American urban hiphopper, a rapper based in the state of Rhode Island named himself after the state of Montana. He's put out songs titled Sell Drugz and Feds Watching, and...well, guess what?
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Michael Persaud, aka “Montana Millz”...pleaded guilty...to...distribution of fentanyl...possession with the intent to distribute fentanyl and distribution of heroin...(He) was sentenced...to three years in federal prison...

Police had been watching Persaud for several months...They had not known of his stage name or drug-referencing songs prior to the case...

Persaud’s lawyers cited his music career as evidence of his work ethic
...“(He) has shown an ability and a proclivity to work at legitimate jobs throughout his life and knows the value of hard work and self-sufficiency,” (they) wrote...
Newsflash, lawyers: While it does require a "hard work ethic," using legally earned income to conceal, transport, or avoid paying taxes on ILLEGALLY earned income is NOT a "legitimate" job!

P.S. And if he got a maximum of just three years on charges that normally result in a minimum of ten, it suggests that Mr. Millz can "sing" as well as rap -- NOT the best first impression to make on your cellmates!
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TMZ: Kodak Black got busted...and was booked for...drug possession, child neglect and grand theft of a firearm.

According to police docs...officers responded to Kodak's home after someone observed the (Instagram) Live broadcast...of multiple men in a bathroom rolling joints and playing with a handgun...Kodak's kid was brought into the bathroom, and was just inches away from a lit joint and the weapon...Kodak did nothing to get the child away from the danger.

The IG Live broadcast was still rolling when police came into the house.
Was what they were smoking THAT bad -- or that GOOD?
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Newsweek: Troy Ave's bodyguard Banga...was shot and killed in May 2016. Taxstone...is accused of being the killer. In a video for Troy Ave’s new song 2 Legit 2 Quit...comic book...images (are) stylized to...show...violence...(while) the track seems to suggest...he might testify against...Taxstone...

"I'm only loyal to my fam/Middle finger from the stand/It's either me or you," he raps...Some people reacted in anger that Troy Ave would take the stand -- saying he was a snitch -- while others defended him...

The "middle finger from the stand" scene is not going to happen because there is not going to be a Taxstone murder trial: he accepted a 20-year sentence with the murder charge dropped (the alternative was life imprisonment -- and since he killed someone other than his intended target, the opportunity for parole after 20-25 years would not have been a option). However, the attempted murder trial of Troy Ave is still scheduled, in which these lines from 2 Legit 2 Quit might prove to be problematic:
...I beat him up and take his pistol right out his hand...
...He was scared and he was swift...
...Tables turned, now watch him flee...
...I was blowing to make him RIP...

The problem? Well, this is what will get you convicted of attempted murder where the shootings took place:
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  • intent to cause the death of another person...
  • Under circumstances evincing a depraved indifference to human life...recklessly engag(ing) in conduct which creates a grave risk of death to another person
But all is not lost for Troy -- there won't be enough evidence against him if Taxstone refuses to come to court and give a middle finger from the stand, right?


P.S. It's not snitching if you're the victim.
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TMZ: The man who stole Frances McDormand's Oscar shot a video of himself with the award just minutes before his arrest...

(The video shows) Terry Bryant holding McDormand's award for Best Actress, telling everyone who'd listen that the award was his. Bryant even asked other attendees if they wanted a photo with Oscar...

McDormand alerted security at the event when she noticed her Oscar was missing, who then tracked Bryant down and contacted the police...Bryant was arrested for felony grand theft...


Either Bryant succeeded in making his $20K USD bail -- which would be no problem considering all the fancy Hollywood "friends" he's posed with on Instagram -- or he gave someone access to his Facebook page with a request to take the video offline!
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TMZ (January 2015): Death Row Records founder Suge Knight...got into a fight on the set of a film project...threw (his) vehicle in reverse...ran over a bystander...and ran over a (second) man...(who)...we're told...is dead...

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Yahoo.com: Two former attorneys for Marion "Suge" Knight, a co-founder of the seminal West Coast rap label Death Row Records, have been indicted for attempting to bribe potential witnesses for an upcoming murder case against Knight.

Matthew Powell Fletcher and Thaddeus Julian Culpepper are charged with bribery, accessory after the fact and attempting to convince someone to commit perjury, among other crimes..
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ABC News.com:...The alleged talks of bribery came in a series of recorded calls in 2015 between Knight, who was in jail, and Fletcher, along with Knight's fiancee and his business partner. The(y)...discuss payments of as much as $25,000 to witnesses to say the victims or others at the burger stand were armed at the time, bolstering Knight's argument that he was acting in self-defense...

Fletcher said he would "pay anything" to bikers who were at the scene. Fletcher...said he was talking about bikers who may have had cellphone video that could be useful to the defense.
In the United States, it's standard operating procedure for places of incarceration to monitor and record phone conversations, and they even extend the courtesy of INFORMING you of that before allowing your phone conversation to begin. But there is a bright side -- Suge's NEW lawyers have a perfect foundation for an insanity defense!
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