Breakdown of 50 snitching

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 03-15-2009, 06:34 PM         #41
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is this dude really sitting at home typing in front of his computer hating on another man thats getting money?
 03-15-2009, 06:35 PM         #42
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@50 telling reebok that game was a blood....as if game claiming to be a blood wasn't common knowledge already....i guess if i go tell boost mobile that young jeezy used to be a trap star...i'm snitching......this whole thread has been hilarious...
 9 years ago '05        #43
ReppinDaBurghh 55 heat pts55
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I'd tell on somebody if they shot me in the face to.

 9 years ago '04        #44
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Lame....
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 03-15-2009, 07:34 PM         #45
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You were on track but then it became flawed, construct evidence better next time.
 9 years ago '07        #46
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Wheres the proof that 50 didn't get shot 9 times?
 9 years ago '04        #47
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i dont think dude was snitching in quran, mega did a songkinda liek that, glory days, and take it from me i dont like 50 but he has some good sh*t from time to time...only thing i thing was trivial is him on i think bet how u livin or watever sayin murder inc was made up off drug money...that was a big wow to me. i dont know wat goes on behind the scenes with dude so its watever


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 9 years ago '04        #48
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i thought i shut down the other thread about this...

want me to post the case files from the early 90's describing Supreme Team operation in Jamaica Queens in full details...
 9 years ago '07        #49
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 SmokeyTheBlunt said:
only thing I can tell you is, is that you dont get caught with multiple baloons of heroin and not go to prison..............dude probably snitched...........and if you've heard "Ghetto Quaran", you already know dude has no problems talking about other peoples business
im not gonna read the whole posts because it's too much to read but for cats who point to ghetto quran as proof 50 snitched

50 did nothing but rap about local legends he knew about coming up as a kid all the people he mentioned in there are either dead or in jail already and the stuff he rapped about is common knowledge to anyone who grew up in queens . brooklyn or any of the surrounding burroughs im from harlem and i heard of some of the cats he rapped about before ever hearing the song so its safe to say nobody went to jail over ghetto quaran
 9 years ago '04        #50
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UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS

FOR THE SECOND CIRCUIT

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Nos. 343, 483, 344, 349, 383, August Term, 1996

345, 346, 347, 348

(Argued: December 16, 1996 Decided: June 20, 1997)

Docket Nos. 95-1077(L), -1308, -1203, -1302,

-1307, -1327, -1466, -1642, 96-1031


The present appeals arise out of the prosecution of these defendants in connection with their participation in the activities of a gang known as the "Supreme Team," whose business was the distribution of cocaine base ("crack") by means of a RICO enterprise conducted through a campaign of violent enforcement and retribution. The seven defendants other than Coleman and Raymond Robinson were tried together (the "Miller Trial"). Coleman, who was arrested too late to be included in the main trial, and Raymond Robinson, to whose severance motion the government had consented, were tried together (the "Coleman Trial").

At the Miller Trial, the government presented voluminous evidence, including tapes and transcripts of more than 100 wiretapped conversations among Supreme Team members, crime scene photographs, telephone records, fingerprint evidence, photographs of a.ssembled Supreme Team members, firearms and ammunition, narcotics paraphernalia, and a.ssorted documents. Among the government's approximately 80 witnesses at that trial were former accomplices including Ernesto Piniella, the gang's "chief of security"; Julio Hernandez, a member of the gang's security force; Trent Morris, the gang's primary drug courier; Toni McGee, a gang a.ssociate; and Ina McGriff, a corrupt former New York State Parole officer who had sold information to the gang. Scores of federal and state law enforcement officers testified about the discovery of homicide victims k!lled by the Supreme Team, crime scene analysis, searches, surveillances, and other investigative activities.

Much of the physical evidence, surveillance evidence, and testimony by law enforcement agents was also admitted at the Coleman Trial. With respect to that trial, however, the parties agreed that there would be no evidence as to the Supreme Team's acts of violence, and the only accomplice witness was Trent Morris.

Taken in the light most favorable to the government, the government's evidence revealed the following.

A. Gang Structure and Operations

The Supreme Team was a street gang organized in the early 1980s in the vicinity of the Baisley Park Houses in Jamaica, Queens, New York, by a group of teenagers who were members of a quasi-religious sect known as the "Five Percenters." Under the leadership of Kenneth "Supreme" McGriff, with Miller, his nephew, as second-in-command, the gang concentrated its criminal efforts on the widespread distribution of crack cocaine. At its 1987 peak, the Supreme Team's receipts exceeded $200,000 a day, and the gang regularly committed acts of violence and murder to maintain its stronghold on the area's drug trade. After McGriff went to jail in 1987, leadership of the Supreme Team was a.ssumed by Miller. Miller solidified his control by increasing the security force and employing it against rivals and against Team members suspected of disloyalty. During 1987 alone, Miller and the then-incarcerated McGriff ordered at least eight homicides.

The Supreme Team's narcotics operations used dozens of employees, including layers of drug sellers to insulate the gang leaders from the street-level activity. Team members communicated in coded language and numerical systems. To thwart law enforcement efforts further, Miller used armed bodyguards and deployed sentinels with two-way radios on rooftops. The sophistication of the gang's operation enabled it to survive the periodic targeting of various members for prosecution by the New York City Police Department ("NYPD") and the Queens County District Attorney's Office (collectively, the "State").

In late 1987, however, while Miller was incarcerated on state charges, a task force of NYPD and Federal Bureau of Investigation ("FBI") officers executed search warrants on a number of Supreme Team storage locations, drug outlets, and residences. Although the gang was tipped off about the raid shortly before it occurred and was able to remove 11 kilograms of cocaine and $200,000 from targeted premises, authorities nonetheless seized an array of weapons, narcotics trade hardware, photographs, documents, and instructional manuals on criminal conduct, as well as a kilogram of cocaine and thousands of dollars. Following that raid and his own arrest by federal agents, McGriff ordered that the gang's operations be shut down.

When Miller was released from prison in the spring of 1989, he began to rebuild the Supreme Team and regained control of two of its most lucrative retail locations known as "spots." The reorganized gang under Miller included Arroyo as the second-in-command, Hunt as Miller's bodyguard, Ernesto Piniella as head of security, and Hale, Jimenez, and Julio Hernandez as security workers. Tucker and Coleman managed retail spots and supervised crews of workers; long-time gang member David Robinson helped supervise the drug operations and kept records. Raymond Robinson a.ssisted in arranging cocaine purchases, provided security during drug transactions, supervised the processing of cocaine into crack, and delivered crack to sales locations. The Supreme Team began to reclaim its hold on the area drug trade and built its gross receipts up to $10,000 a day.

The substantive narcotics distribution charges against the present defendants focused on the period from December 1989 to March 1990, during which the State was monitoring the gang's activity with wiretaps. During that period, the Supreme Team conducted its business in the Baisley Park apartment of David Robinson's mother. Tucker, Coleman, and David Robinson would deliver to the apartment the moneys received at the retail spots they supervised; Miller and the Team's primary drug courier Trent Morris would negotiate cocaine deals by telephone with William Graham, a supplier who had Colombian connections; and Morris and Raymond Robinson would then drive to Graham's apartment with money to purchase kilogram-quantities of cocaine. The cocaine would be brought back to the Robinson apartment, where it was processed as crack, packaged, and given to Arroyo, David Robinson, Tucker, or Coleman, who in turn arranged for its sale by street-level employees.

The gang also resumed its use of violence and homicide. The government presented evidence at trial, not all of which resulted in convictions, of homicides committed both prior to the Supreme Team's 1987 shut-down and after its 1989 renascence.

1. The Bolden and Page murders

In 1987, the Supreme Team was allied with another drug gang, led by Lorenzo ("Fat Cat") Nichols, that supplied the Supreme Team with powder cocaine. Nichols suspected two men, Henry and Isaac Bolden, of robbing Nichols's organization. While Nichols was incarcerated, he sought Miller's a.ssistance in locating the Boldens so that Nichols's crew members could k!ll them.

To obtain that information, Miller sought the help of two corrupt New York State Parole Division employees, Parole Officer Ina McGriff (not related to Kenneth McGriff) and secretary Ronnie Younger. Ina McGriff was responsible for supervising the parole of Supreme Team security chief Ernesto Piniella but had become romantically involved with him; Younger had become romantically involved with Miller. The Team regularly paid both women for corrupt a.ssistance. For example, McGriff falsely certified that Piniella was in compliance with parole requirements; she and Younger provided the gang leaders with information from their parole files, false identification documents, and information about the whereabouts of other parolees; and McGriff, who as a Parole Officer carried a gun, supplied Supreme Team members with ammunition.

Piniella and Ina McGriff testified that Miller paid the two women $3,000 for the addresses for the two Boldens and their families. Handwritten notes of such addresses were recovered in a raid of a Supreme Team apartment; the notes were written in part by Younger, according to a handwriting expert's testimony, and in part by Ina McGriff, according to her own testimony. The notes provided Henry Bolden's address in the Bronx, where, thereafter, he was shot; and they provided Isaac Bolden's mother's address, in the immediate vicinity of which he was thereafter shot and k!lled.

In 1987, Ina McGriff also gave Piniella copies of Parole Division documents indicating that Supreme Team member James Page was cooperating with authorities. Upon receiving that information, Kenneth McGriff, who had just been arrested on federal charges, ordered that Page be k!lled; Piniella subsequently arranged Page's murder.

2. The murders of Gus Rivera and Four Unidentified Suppliers

Gus Rivera was a Supreme Team member who had introduced the gang's leaders to some of its Colombian suppliers. According to the trial testimony, four of these Colombian drug traffickers were robbed of their cocaine and brutally murdered in July 1989 by Miller, Arroyo, Hale, Hunt, and Jimenez. However, other than the testimony that two of these men were known as "Fernando" and "George," the government was unable to present evidence as to their identities, and their bodies were never identified. The jury found that these murders, alleged as RICO predicate acts, were not proven beyond a reasonable doubt.






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 9 years ago '05        #54
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 MELODY said:
3RD WHY HE GOTTA TELL REEBOK ABOUT GAME'S PERSONAL BUSINESS AND NOT LET GAME GAIN ENDORSEMENTS? YOU THINK ROSS IS GONNA GO OUT AND TELL COMPANIES NOT TO fu*k WITH CURTIS CAUSE HE PUTS OUT pr0n THAT PROMOTES UNPROTECTED s3x?
game never made it that personal business

he talks about being a blood in practically every song
 03-16-2009, 02:01 AM         #55
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 Shadedvisionary said:
god damn melody get some sleep this ain't a college paper

this idiot been researching on the net/boxden for 24hours now
 9 years ago '07        #56
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 SmokeyTheBlunt said:
it may have been old news, people could have already been in jail........it doesnt matter, thats the definition of dry snitching, you just dont put that stuff out there like that.......thats some rat sh*t and honestly if you dont see anything wrong with the track, you've probably got some rat in you too
shut the fu*k up splinter


did jay snitch on himself when he described how he shot his brother
are the clipse snitching on themselves about moving weight

young jeezy did he snitch on bmf?
is ross snitching on norieaga and pablo escobar owing him a 100 favors etc


you are reed richards reaching dawg reaching
 03-16-2009, 06:04 AM         #58
deLeet 
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Uh.. uh.. uh..
New York streets where k!llers'll walk like Pistol Pete
And Pappy Mason, gave the young boys admiration
Prince from Queens and Fritz from Harlem
Street legends, the drugs kept the hood from starvin...

Nas
 9 years ago '07        #59
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Correctt me if im wrong but didn't he make those tracks after they were locked up?
 03-16-2009, 07:31 AM         #60
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 SmokeyTheBlunt said:
theres a pretty big difference between implicating yourself or mentioning a name as opposed to putting out a record describing the inner workings of a crew you have nothing to do with.........and if you dont see that as some form of snitching you have a pretty backwards view of the game and how it works.

^ IMO they just shouting them out.. they made those songs for there peoples/neighborhood.


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