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December 21,2011 MR. RICH JONES MUCKROCK NEWS DEPT MR 963 POST OFFICE BOX 55819 BOSTON, MA 02205 5819

FOIPA Request No.: 1179576- 000 Su~ectJONES,RUSSELLTYRONE Dear Mr. Jones: Records responsive to your request were previously processed under the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act. Enclosed are 93 pages of previously-processed documents and a copy of the Explanation of Exemptions. Additional records potentially responsive to your subject may exist. Please submit a new FOIA request if you would like the FBI to conduct a search of the indices to our Central Records System. Should you desire, you may also request that the enclosed documents be re-processed. Submit requests by mail or fax to -- Work Process Unit, 170 Marcel Drive, Winchester, fax number (540) 868-4997. It is unnecessary VA 22602,

to adjudicate your fee waiver request because no fees were assessed.

You may file an appeal by writing to the Director, Office of Information Policy (OIP), U.S. Department of Justice, 1425 New York Ave., NW, Suite 11050, Washington, D.C. 20530-0001. Your appeal must be received by OIP within sixty (60) days from the date of this letter in order to be considered timely. The envelope and the letter should be clearly marked "Freedom of Information AppeaL" Please cite the FOIPA Request Number assigned to your request so that it may be identified easily.

Very truly yours,

David M. Hardy Section Chief, Record!1 nformation Dissemination Section Records Management Division

Enclosure( s)

EXPLANATION SUBSECTIONS (b)( I )
(A) specifically policy (b )(2) (b )(3) related

OF EXEMPTIONS

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specifically exempted from disclosure by statute (other than section 552b of this title), provided that such statute(A) matters be withheld from the public in such a manner as to leave no discretion on issue, or (B) establishes particular withholding or refers to particular types of matters to be withheld; trade secrets and commercial or financial memorandums information obtained from a person and privileged or confidential;

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Details: Information was received from the New York Police Department (NYPD) 120 Detective S uad 120 Precinct 78 Richmond Terrace Staten Island NY from about criminal activity being conducted by members of the WU TANG CLAN (WTC) Organization on "Staten Island, NY. The Detectives have documented, in their oaae fi;l:es, hat the WTC is heavily t involved in the sale of drugs, ill~gal guns, weapons possession, murder, car jackings, and other types of violent crimes. According to infor~ation'received from the Detectives, the WTC was started in 1993 and was funded b

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~ T~h~e~WTClso provides its members and associates with a L-~ ~ ~Information developed by the Detectives determined that the WTC has purchased numerous guns from the Stubenville, ' Ohio, area through the use of al I Members of the WTC have been identified as being present durlng the purchase through a photo spread shown to the sellers of the guns. At least one of ·theseguns purchased in Stubenville, Ohio, by thel [has been identified as the murder weapon in the killing of ROBERT JOHNSON, aka Pooh, on Staten Island, New York on 12/30/97. JOHNSON was an associate of the WTC who had a falling out with the group and it is believed that his m~rder was ordered by , someone within the WTC. This murder case remains unsolved at this·point. . Once individuals"hi?-ve'"proved themselves as or associates of the WTC ( o recor ap ype mUSlC. umerous recording companies were incorporated along with bank accounts established. 'This allows legitimate monies to flow into these accounts along with the proceeds from .
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On 02117/99 the Assigned Detectives received contact from' 1Los Angeles Police Department, Hollywood Division requesting information on Russell "01 Dirty Bastard" Jones arrested by his Department on that day for Possession of Body Armor. Said arrest. was made pursuant to a Uniform Patrol vehicle stop. Det. Was advised of Jones's New York Criminal History and informed Assigned that Jones's case would be brought before an L.A. County District Attorney. On 02/19/99 Detl Jcontacted the Assigned Detectives and advised that his District Attorney had filed a charged of "Convicted Felon in possession of Body Armor 1270(a) Cal. P.L. and requested Assigned furnish their Department with Certified copies of Jones's 05/10/92 arrest report, fingerprints. Arrest photo and disposition to be used in their case. All requested information Federal Expressed to their Department. On 03/11199 Russell "01 Dirty Bastard" Jones was formerly charged by the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office with "Convicted Felon in Possession of Body Armor" and held on $115,000.00 Bail.

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5. Wu Manufacturing Company, 335 Main Street Whitinsv~lle, MA 6. Wu Wear Ihc. 485 7th Avenue New York,,'NY 7. Wu Wear' Inc. 61 Victbt::y:Boulevard Staten,Island, NY 8. Wu Wear Inc. 6662 East Virginia Norfolk, VA' Beach

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16. Diggs Leasing Corporation 29 Deer Trail Clarksburg, NJ This case is being worked in conjunction with Squad C-30 (violent crimes/gangs squad), the U. S. Attorhey's office Eastern District of New York (AUSA Ben 'Campbell), the 120 Precinct Detectives unit NYPD, Staten Island, and the Richmond County District Attorney's Office (RCDAO), Staten Island. It is anticipated that the 'RCDAO Forfeiture Unit will also be involved in this case. It is 'requested from AUSA Ben Campbell, EDNY, that the NYFBI's FAST Unit become involved with this matter also. I(RIS) has been assigned the task of identifying the flow,of mon~es through the assets and entities controlled by the WTC and will work in conjunction with the FAST Unit.

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The career highs and lows of entertairuhent mogul Jennifer Lopez started out as one of the sexy dimcSean (PuffyjCombs. . : ere on a ground-breaking comedy revue, touched : 1970: Combs is born in Harlem. .' hearts as the slain singer Selena, and topped the 1972: Combs' fathe!J Melvin, is, gunned down. The charts this year with her debut album. Here's a' family moves to Mt. vernon. ' ", look: ' ," , 1990:'Combs begins an unpaid internship at Up-: July 24, 1970:.Lopez is born in the Bronx to David town Records while studying at Howard University. He is named vice president at age 19. ' Lopez, a computer specialist, and Guadalupe Lopez, a teacher, ' .. Dec. 28, 1991: Nine people are crushed to death and dozens injured at a Combs-organized charity 1990: 'She dances into America's living rooms as . ' oneof the Fly Girls on "In Living Color.Tthe Fox com- basketball game at City College in Harlem. his' Bad 1993:Combs leaves Uptown Records to push edy show that launched several" of the Wayans brothBoy label. ers and rubber-faced actor Jim Carrey. . ' , 1996: A war of words between Bad Boy an.d West 1995: After several film and TV roles, she hits 'the Coast label Death, Row heats up. .When Death Row artist Tupac Shakur is fatally shot in' Las Vegas, big time as 'a lady transit officer cppositeWesley sprpe blame Bad Boy, Combs denies any connection. Snipes and Woody Harrelson in the controversial March 9, 1997:Combs' Jlal and Bad Boy powerhouse film "Money Train," ' . Biggie Smalls (Christopher Wallace) is murdered in. Feb. 22, 1997: She marries model Ojani Noa. They Los Angeles. Combs rules the airwaves, eitherproducseparate later that year and divorce in 1998 .. ing or performing in 40 percent of that year's No.1 , 1997: She stars in four films, including "Anacon- hits, including a song dedicated to Smalls.' 1998: Combs snags two Grammys. Director Penny da," "Blood' & Wine" and "U-Turn" but earns her Marshal and taste czar Martha Stewart serenade greatest praise "tarring in "Selena," a movie about him athis birthday party. . the slain.Tejano singing sensation. April 16, 1999: Steve Stoute, an executive with , 1998: She takes another star turn as a U.S. marrival Interscope Records, charges that Combs and shal with' a vieakness for bank robber co-star George two bodyguards beat him: Five months later, Combs is convicted, of harassment, a violation, and sen- , . Clooney irii'!Qut of Sight." And she begins a celebrity , tenced to attend a one-day anger management class. , "friendship'!. with Sean (P~) Combs. Stoute asked the court' not to convict Combs and re. 1999: Debut solo album "On t.he 6" and No.1 single portedly received a six-figure payment from the rap , "If You Had,My Love" establish Lopez as an entermogul, whose empire Forbes magazine estimates to tainment force. ' be worth $250 million. .:1 ,~ Dan Morrison - Dan Morrison

Hip-hop magnate Sean. (Puffy) Combs and two members of his entourage were hit with felony gun charges yesterday after an early morning .shooting that injured three people inside a midtown night-; club. .,' '. Police charged a Combs protege, up-and-coming rapper Jamal (Shyne) Barrow, with three 'counts of attempted murder and held Combs' girlfriend, Bronx-born pop diva Jennifer Lopez, formore than 12 hours after the 2:50 a.m, shooting.' , Combs, the recording star and Hamptons socialite, and Lopez, the actress-singer, were pulled over in a 1999 Lincoln Navigator after they ran 11 red lights in the minutes after the shooting at ClubNY on West 43rd Street, police said . . Police found a 9-mm. handgun under the passenger's seat of the Navigator, which was registered to Combs' Bad J30y Productions and Barrow, The handgun was reported stolen in Georgia, police said. Wardel: Fenderson, 41, a Manhattan man described as Combs' driver, and Anthony Jones, 34, a . Bronx man described as Combs' bodyguard, who served a J?rison term for shooting at a police officer, were also arrested, authorities said. Combs was arraigned 'last' night on one count of second-degree weapons .possession and two counts of third-degree weapons' possession after a witness told in- , vestigators that, Combs and Barrow pulled guns, out near the' bar, Bail for Combs was set at $10,000. Fenderson'and Jones were charged with one count each of third-degree criminal possession of a weapon. Bail , was set at $20,000 for Jones and $10,000 for Fenderson. , Barrow, 19, of Brooklyn, was arrested 'i1S he left the club and police found a 9-mm. semiautomatic in his waistband. Ballistics, tests linked the gun to the three shooting victims, police said. He was awaiting arraignment last night on three counts of attempted murder. Combs recently outbid record: giants like Sony and Interscope to sign Barrow, whose nom de rap is\ Shyne, to a six-figure contract, the hip-hop magazine Blaze reported in a recent issue. Barrow W8/l reportedly discovered rapping in a barber shop. . Harvey Slovis, Combs' lawyer, defended the pop stars. "Combs and Lopez certainly didn't own that , gun," he said. "He's a wonderful guy and a very smart man. Thiais. a very hard situation for him to be in. He's very upset about it. "Mr. Combs was with his friend Jennifer Lopez,", .the lawyer said, "There were shots fired, They left ... Late yesterday afternoon, the Manhattan District 4ttorney's office declined to prosecute Lopez. Meanwhile, police investigators were tracking down club patrons and awaiting the results ,of other ballistics tests on the' gun' found in the Navigator and two AO-caliber shell casings found on the floor of the club - evidence pointing to an, exchange ,of gunfire at the bar. The AO-Caliber weapon was unaccounted for, police said. ' See COMBS on A15
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JONES was awaken from his sleep by a man who was pointing .357 or .45 caliber grey gun in his face. JONES was unaware of what was happening and reacted by jumping up from the bed. The UNKNOWN MALE (UNM1) and JONES wrestled until the UNMl shot JONES in the arm and back. At first JONES was not aware that he was shot. After shooting JONES, the UNMl started to flee from the apartment but a second UNKNOWN MALE (UNM2) that was standing by the front door of the apartment said to the UNMl nyou got the shito., It is at this point that the UNMl returned to the ~bed:r:o.am that JONES was occupying. JONES confronted him and asked /"'" ~6 you_~ant my jewelry an~ the UNH~ st~le JONES' jewelry ~rorr(:>;:,.(_ _":l'o nf<:ed :t.~;~,.<O l { hls'~d~.· The, ....... UNM1. stole a cha i.n w i t h a n7" charm <;>n It/J,;;;,':.,; »:» .•) L~~,,'.. '. ~nd':'~l.pgsll tot,allng app rox Lmat e Ly $10,000. a After secur i.nq )th.~:<, '.:.,._"l ~"----J-~w~.lriY' the .two.(2) UNKNOWN MALES fled the apartment. JONESiS' _P,..·00·us.i:n.... .. ·.who wrs-"r~'6ing in the bed next to him arouse after the .:; ~:r,~,ii'

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Rappers RUSSELL JONES, aka 01' Dirty BastardJ '-- __ ____,. --::-,----:-__ -='I and others were robbed at gunpo'-l""-' n--:-t----:-i-n---' various locations, including home invasions. The robbers stole cash and expensive pieces of jewelry. There was an indication that the subjects were current or former industry insiders who had banded together to commit the robberies. represented

The investigation included an effort to sell jewelry as stolen to 1 J I Sour c'~e~l'-n::-:fl:"o:::-r=m-=a"'!:t-:!l-::o:-::n::--:l!'":n:::knowingly purchased the stolen jewelry in exchange for cash. An undercover Police Officer met with him on three (3) occasions and sold hi~ jewelry represented as stolen in exchange for cash.

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