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U.S. Department of Justice

United States Attorney
Eastern District of New York

EAG:AL/RMT/KT
F.#2011R00313

271 Cadman Plaza East
Brooklyn, New York 11201

October 2, 2015

By Hand and ECF
The Honorable Eric N. Vitaliano
United States District Judge
United States District Court
Eastern District of New York
225 Cadman Plaza East
Brooklyn, New York 11201
Re:

United States v. Anthony Christian, et al.
Criminal Docket No. 11-425 (S-6) (ENV)

Dear Judge Vitaliano:
The government respectfully submits this letter in response to Anthony
Christian’s motion for purported Brady material (Docket Entry No 443). As explained
below, the motion should be denied because the purported Brady material was provided to
the defense in advance of trial, and, in any event, that material is not exculpatory.
Relevant Background
As the Court is aware, on October 27, 2014, at the conclusion of trial, Anthony
Christian was convicted of crimes including the murder of Jerome Estella, also known as
“Boo Boo,” in aid of racketeering, in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1959(a). (Docket Entry No.
393 at 8.) The conviction was based in part on the testimony of cooperating witnesses Brian
Humphreys and Paul Ford. Humphreys testified, in substance and in part, that Anthony
Christian and Ford ordered him to murder Corey Brooker, also known as “Shank Bank,” and
that in the course of carrying out that order, Humphreys shot and killed Brooker’s close
associate Estella, with the approval of Anthony Christian and using a gun provided by
Anthony Christian for that specific purpose. Ford testified, in substance and in part, that
Anthony Christian ordered Humphreys to murder Brooker, which order Ford approved.

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Discussion
In his motion, Anthony Christian asserts that Humphreys was “interviewed by
the FBI and quoted extensively concerning th[e] allegation” that Estella “was killed at the
instruction of member/s of the Wu Tang Clan, a rap group, as revenge for robberies
committed by Estella and Cor[e]y B[r]ooker, aka ‘Shank Bank,’ and not, as charged, by
order of . . . Anthony Christian.” (Docket Entry No 443 at 1.) The basis for this assertion is
a Federal Bureau of Investigation (“FBI”) response to a Freedom of Information Act request
(“FOIA” and the “FOIA Response,” respectively). (Id.) Contrary to this assertion, however,
information about the possible role of the Wu Tang Clan in the Estella murder was in fact
disclosed to the defense prior to trial. In addition, that information is not exculpatory
I.

Legal Standards

In Brady v. Maryland, 373 U.S. 83, 87 (1963), the Supreme Court held that
“the suppression by the prosecution of evidence favorable to an accused . . . violates due
process where the evidence is material either to guilt or to punishment, irrespective of the
good faith or bad faith of the prosecution.” A Brady claim has three elements: “[1] The
evidence at issue must be favorable to the accused, . . . [2] that evidence must have been
suppressed by the State, . . . and [3] prejudice must have ensued.” Strickler v. Greene, 527
U.S. 263, 281 (1999).
To be suppressed for purposes of Brady, information must be “known to the
prosecution, but unknown to the defense.” United States v. Agurs, 427 U.S. 97, 103 (1976);
see also United States v. Ruggiero, 472 F.2d 599, 604 (2d Cir. 1973) (“any allegation of
suppression boils down to an assessment of what the State knows at trial in comparison to the
knowledge held by the defense”). “Evidence is not ‘suppressed’ if the defendant either
knew, . . . or should have known, . . . of the essential facts permitting him to take advantage
of any exculpatory evidence.” United States v. LeRoy, 687 F.2d 610, 618 (2d Cir. 1982); see
also United States v. Esposito, 834 F.2d 272, 275-76 (2d Cir. 1987) (defense counsel had
possession of transcripts containing exculpatory material before trial). Where the defense
knows the identity of a witness with exculpatory information, it is ordinarily on notice of the
substance of the witness’s potential testimony. United States v. Zagari, 111 F.3d 307, 320
(2d Cir. 1997) (no suppression of Brady information where defendant knew of witnesses who
could testify about insanity of government witness); United States v. Salerno, 868 F.2d 524,
542 (2d Cir. 1989) (government satisfied its obligations by informing defense that it “might
want to interview” witness); LeRoy, 687 F.2d at 618 (government satisfied its obligations by
informing defense of identity of witness who gave exculpatory testimony in grand jury).
The prosecution’s disclosure obligation under Brady extends only to
information that is “material.” Agurs, 427 U.S. at 108; United States v. Coppa, 267 F.3d
132, 142 (2d Cir. 2001); United States v. Payne, 63 F.3d 1200, 1209 (2d Cir. 1995). Where
the undisclosed evidence does not show the falsity of evidence offered by the government,
the test for materiality is whether “there is a reasonable probability that, had the evidence
been disclosed to the defense, the result of the proceeding would have been different.”

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United States v. Bagley, 473 U.S. 667, 682 (1985). The reasonable probability standard is
satisfied when the suppression of evidence “undermines confidence in the outcome of the
trial.” Id. at 678; see also Payne, 63 F.3d at 1209.
A Brady disclosure is timely if the defense has an opportunity to make
effective use of the information at trial. Coppa, 267 F.3d at 135; Leka v. Portuondo, 257
F.3d 89, 100 (2d Cir. 2001). “[A] disclosure made on the eve of trial (or after trial has
begun) may be insufficient unless it is fuller and more thorough than may have been required
if the disclosure had been made at an earlier stage.” Leka, 257 F.3d at 101. However,
disclosures made in advance of trial, even very shortly before trial, are generally deemed
timely. See, e.g., United States v. Douglas, 525 F.3d 225, 245-46 (2d Cir. 2008) (no
suppression where documents were turned over one business day before trial as part of 290
pages of “3500 material” and documents were “easily found and fathomed”); United States
v. Rittweger, 524 F.3d 171, 182 (2d Cir. 2008) (although government’s disclosure of
exculpatory information the week of trial was “troublesome,” no Brady violation occurred
where defense made effective use of information at trial). In addition, impeachment
information regarding government witnesses generally need not be disclosed before trial,
United States v. Nixon, 418 U.S. 683, 701 (1974), although pretrial disclosure “can be
advantageous,” United States v. Rodriguez, 496 F.3d 221, 228 n.6 (2d Cir. 2007).
II.

Application

The motion should be denied because the purported Brady information (1) was
in fact provided to the defense prior to trial, and (2) is not exculpatory.
A.

The Purported Brady Information Was Provided to the Defense

The defense has advised that it has not seen the FOIA Response that is the
basis for its motion. A copy is attached as Exhibit A. A portion of the FOIA response
includes summaries of statements made by Humphreys. However, the information in those
portions was turned over to the defense within documents produced pursuant to 18 U.S.C.
§ 3500 (“3500 Material”). In other words, the FOIA response does not contain reports of
interviews of Humphreys beyond those provided to the defense prior to trial in this case.
More specifically, two reports included in the FOIA response appear relevant
to the instant motion. First, a report dated August 4, 1999, stated in part as follows:
On 6/20/99 the Staten Island Homicide Detectives arrested
[REDACTED] for the murder of JEROME ESTRELLA [sic],
aka Boo Boo. [REDACTED] confessed to this murder and in
his written confession indicated that he was an enforcer who had
shot and possibly killed 5 other individuals. During his
confession [REDACTED] indicated that [REDACTED] had
also participated in the shooting of ESTRELLA.
[REDACTED]. According to the Detectives the [REDACTED]
are members of the Bloods Gang and are involved in the drug
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trafficking business in the Park Hill section of Staten Island,
New York. The [REDACTED] and the WTC are
[REDACTED] in the Park Hill area of Staten Island. It is
believed that the [REDACTED] sometimes carry out
enforcement actions for the WTC which include beatings,
shootings, and murder. [REDACTED] told the Detectives that
he wants to make a deal with the Federal authorities and is
willing to cooperate with the Feds only. It is likely that
[REDACTED] can provide valuable information about past and
current activities of the WTC as well as the [REDACTED].
(Ex. A at 6-7.) The FBI has advised – and the 3500 Material produced in this case confirms
– that the individual described as having been arrested on June 20, 1999, and having
confessed to the Estella murder was, in fact, Humphreys. 1
Another report, dated August 24, 1999, also in included in the FOIA response,
contained the following passage:
[REDACTED] is also the subject in the unsolved homicide of
[REDACTED]. It is believed that this homicide was ordered by
members of the WU TANG CLAN as retaliation for
[REDACTED] robbing an associate of the WU TANG CLAN.
(Ex. A at 8.) The FBI has advised that the first sentence in this passage refers to Humphreys
being the subject of the Estella homicide, and the second sentence reflects the FBI’s belief
that Estella may have been murdered in retaliation for robbing an associate of the Wu Tang
Clan.
This belief was reflected in the 3500 Material produced prior to trial in this
case, including in 3500 Material for Humphreys. 2 For example, the 3500 Material for
Humphreys included the following passage:
A couple of weeks before the BOO BOO shooting, UNCLES
told HUMPHREYS about a Blood named BOO BOO who just
came home from jail. He stated that BOO BOO had robbed
1

Humphreys was arrested on June 19, 1999, not June 20, 1999. He made
statements to the New York City Police Department the night of June 19 and continuing into
the following day, which may explain why the quoted passage stated that the arrest occurred
the following day.
2

The 3500 Material for Humphreys cited in this letter was produced on
September 15, 2014. (Docket Entry No. 320.) The 3500 Material for Ford cited herein was
produced on September 19, 2014. (Docket Entry No. 332.) Trial commenced on October 9,
2014.

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RZA’s little brother and had also gotten into something with the
CHRISTIAN brothers. HUMPHREYS spoke to NITTY who
said the kid pulled out a gun on him and tried to rob a worker of
the CHRISTIAN brothers. JAMES CHRISTIAN was very
upset and wanted to take care of the kid himself but UNCLES
told him to leave it alone. . . .
UNCLES was talking about BOO BOO and said that he had just
come home and robbed RZA’s brother and that they would
likely come after him for that. HUMPHREYS believes
UNCLES was referring to members of WU TANG.
(3500-BH-14 (Ex. B) at 3, 6. 3) By way of background, “RZA” is the nickname of a
prominent member of the Wu Tang Clan. Therefore, this passage provided the defense with
notice that Estella (“Boo Boo”) may have been targeted for murder because of his role in
robbing a Wu Tang Clan associate, in addition to making clear that this information was
provided by Humphreys.
The 3500 Material for Humphreys also included the following passage, which
similarly provided notice of the purported Brady information:
Before HUMPHREYS was arrested, Uncles [i.e., Ford] often
talked about Shank Bank. He believed that Shank Bank was the
one who had the Bloods rob Rza’s brother and he would find
himself dead soon. . . .
(3500-BH-16 (Ex. C) at 4.) In this passage, the defense was put on notice that not only
Jerome Estella but also Corey Brooker (“Shank Bank”) – Estella’s close associate, and the
original target whom Humphreys was ordered to murder – may have been targeted for
murder because he had robbed a Wu Tang Clan associate, and that this information was
provided by Humphreys.
In addition, the 3500 Material for Humphreys contained the following
passage:
[Humphreys] was told by UNCLES that RZA’s younger brother
had a chain stolen.
SHANK BANK owed money to the guy who sold t-shirts on
Targee Street. This guy rented cars for SHANK BANK and
others. It is also possible that he hustled for UNCLES at one
3

Because the 3500 Material referred to herein contains significant confidential
information and was subject to a protective order (Docket Entry No. 318), it will be provided
to the Court and defense under seal, under separate cover.

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time. SHANK BANK pulled out a gun and threatened to shoot
him. The guy had his daughter with him. The CHRISTIAN
brothers were there and NITTY [i.e., Anthony Christian] said it
was a good thing that he talked SHANK BANK out of shooting
him.
UNCLES may have told HUMPHREYS that the guy was
related to RZA or someone important. The CHRISTIAN
brothers also told of problems they were having with SHANK
BANK and that he was moving in on their territory and forming
different sets in his gang. BOO BOO was a part of SHANK
BANK’s group. SHANK BANK was their boss and gave
orders. This information was provided by the CHRISTIAN
brothers as well as UNCLES. HUMPHREYS talked to
UNCLES about SHANK BANK about two (2) weeks before the
BOO BOO shooting, in the beginning of June. UNCLES
specifically mentioned SHANK BANK may have been trying to
take over a building in Stapleton and one of his workers was
selling near a building where UNCLES was also making money
selling drugs. A worker for SHANK BANK was confronted.
UNCLES told HUMPHREYS that a chain was snatched from
RZA’s younger brother. SHANK BANK and another Blood
member committed the robbery. RZA and UNCLES knew one
another and talked since UNCLES was a best friend of POWER.
HUMPHREYS met RZA on three (3) or four (4) occasions.
UNCLES said that there would be repercussions and suggested
they would come after SHANK BANK.
(3500-BH-20 (Ex. D) at 1.) Again, this passage provided notice of the purported Brady
information – information indicating that Brooker and/or Estella had robbed Wu Tang Clan
associates, and that there would be “repercussions” – and made clear that Humphreys
provided that information.
Similarly, the 3500 Material for Paul Ford also indicated that Brooker had
robbed associates of the Wu Tang Clan. Although the 3500 Material for Ford post-dates the
reports in the FOIA response (because Ford began proffering in 2011), it nevertheless served
to provide the defense with the purported Brady information prior to trial. For example, one
report about Ford’s statements contained the following passage:
At a second meeting between ANTHONY, HUMPHRIES, and
FORD, ANTHONY advised that SHANK BANK had robbed
the RZA’S brother. ANTHONY stated again that SHANK
BANK was a problem. FORD recalled that this meeting
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that SHANK BANK had robbed RZA’S brother, HUMPHRIES
wanted to show what he was capable of doing. FORD further
offered that HUMPHRIES was feeding into whatever
information ANTHONY was providing him. FORD explained
that ANTHONY told him about SHANK BANK because of the
drug business implications.
(3500-PF-5 (Ex. E) at 3.) In this passage, Ford made clear that Anthony Christian had
accused Brooker of robbing a Wu Tang Clan associate (“RZA’s brother”), and that this may
have been part of the motivation for Anthony Christian to order Humphreys to murder
Brooker and for Humphreys to agree to do so.
Another report about Ford contained the following, similar passage:
FORD, ANTHONY CHRISTIAN, and TREVOR (known to this
investigation as BRIAN HUMPHRIES) were present for a
meeting in front of 141 Park Hill. At this meeting, FORD
learned from CHRISTIAN that RAEKWON’S cousin, RICO,
had been robbed by SHANK BANK. FORD, CHRISTIAN, and
HUMPHRIES were also present for at a second meeting at 55
Bowen Street, Staten Island, where FORD advised CHRISTIAN
and HUMPHRIES that there was a $30,000.00 contract out on
“SHANK BANK” for robbing NINE PRINCE, the brother of
RZA. FORD advised that he heard from [OLLIE] GRANT that
RZA had issued the contract and wanted SHANK BANK killed.
FORD opined that the contract was one of the reasons that
HUMPHRIES wanted to go after SHANK BANK.
(3500-PF-7 (Ex. F) at 2.) By way of background, Raekwon is, like RZA, a prominent
member of the Wu Tang Clan, and this passage indicated that Anthony Christian had accused
Brooker of robbing Raekwon’s cousin. In addition, this passage again indicated that
Anthony Christian had accused Brooker of robbing RZA’s brother, and that this may have
been part of the motivation for Anthony Christian to order Humphreys to murder Brooker
and for Humphreys to agree to do so.
Later in that same report, Ford provided the following information about the
murder of Brooker, which, as the Court will recall, occurred after the Estella murder and was
not charged against any defendants in this case:
FORD stated that he had previously heard that SHANK BANK
was killed by PHIFE (ph). FORD believes that PHIFE collected
money from RZA for executing the hit. FORD recalled that
PHIFE met with FATIMA LNU and JIHAD NFI in Virginia
and advised them about his receipt of the money from RZA for
the killing of SHANK BANK. . . . FORD explained that even
though PHIFE was close with SHANK BANK, he held SHANK
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BANK responsible for the death of BOO-BOO believing that if
it was not for the problem SHANK BANK had with RZA,
BOO-BOO would still be alive. . . .
After both the SHANK BANK and BOO-BOO homicides,
FORD advised GRANT of what had happened. GRANT related
to FORD that “what happened was supposed to happen.”
GRANT continued stating that it was what RZA wanted done.
(Id. at 3-4.) In this passage, Ford advised that Brooker – who died after the Estella murder –
was murdered by a person hired by RZA, i.e., by a Wu Tang Clan associate, and that Estella
may have been murdered as a result of a dispute between Brooker and RZA. This is
precisely the sort of purported Brady information that, in the instant motion, Anthony
Christian wrongly asserts was not provided to him.
In another report contained within the 3500 Material for Ford, Ford provided
the following information:
FORD first met with ANTHONY CHRISTIAN and TREVOR
(known to this investigation as BRIAN HUMPHRIES)
subsequent to the robbery of RICO. This meeting took place on
Targee Street. At a subsequent meeting with CHRISTIAN and
TREVOR, it was discussed that NINE-PRINCE, the brother of
RZA, was robbed. CHRISTIAN also discussed that he had a
problem with SHANK BANK and wanted him “to go” to which
FORD advised him to “go handle his business.” CHEPPE (ph)
and CONVICT were in the vicinity of this meeting. FORD
stated that he had already learned from GRANT that NINEPRINCE had been robbed and that there was a contract offered
for the life of SHANK BANK.
(3500-PF-9 (Ex.G) at 2-3.) Again, this report indicates that the conspiracy to murder
Brooker may have been related to the robberies of Rico (Raekwon’s cousin) and Nine-Prince
(RZA’s brother), two associates of the Wu Tang Clan.
Because the purported Brady information sought in the instant motion was in
fact provided to the defense prior to trial, the motion should be denied. Douglas, 525 F.3d at
245-46; LeRoy, 687 F.2d at 618.
B.

The Purported Brady Information Is Not Exculpatory

In addition, the motion should be denied because the purported Brady
information is not even exculpatory. As noted above, the information in the FOIA response
was based on interviews of Humphreys, and similar information was also provided by Ford.
However, both of those witnesses stated – in the very reports containing the purported Brady
material – that Anthony Christian ordered the murder of Corey Brooker and/or described the
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motive and background underlying that order. (See 3500-BH-14 (Ex. B) at 9
(“HUMPHREYS talked to NITTY [i.e., Anthony Christian] and JAMES near 55 Bowen
Street. NITTY was saying, ‘Time for BOO BOO to go.’”); 3500-BH-16 (Ex. C) at 3; 3500BH-20 (Ex. D) at 2; 3500-PF-5 (Ex. E) at 2-3 (Anthony Christian said that Brooker “was a
problem” and “might have to go”; in a later meeting, “FORD stated that ANTHONY knew it
was ok to kill SHANK BANK because FORD did not tell ANTHONY not to do it. At the
conclusion of the meeting, FORD told ANTHONY to ‘go handle your business.’”); 3500-PF7 (Ex. F) at 3 (“Shortly after the BOO-BOO homicide, FORD spoke to [ANTHONY]
CHRISTIAN inside of 55 Bowen and inquired why BOO-BOO had been shot. CHRISTIAN
explained that HUMPHRIES while looking for SHANK BANK confronted BOO-BOO.”);
3500-PF-9 (Ex. G) at 2(“[ANTHONY] CHRISTIAN also discussed that he had a problem
with SHANK BANK and wanted him ‘to go’ to which FORD advised him to ‘go handle his
business.’”).) Indeed, Humphreys and Ford both believed that Brooker’s robberies of Wu
Tang Clan associates formed part of Anthony Christian’s motivation for ordering that
murder. 4 The purported Brady information is therefore inculpatory, not exculpatory, and the
motion should be denied in that basis as well. Strickler, 527 U.S. at 281 (for a Brady claim
to succeed, “[t]he evidence at issue must be favorable to the accused, . . . and prejudice must
have ensued”); Bagley, 473 U.S. at 678, 682 (the materiality test is whether “there is a
reasonable probability that, had the evidence been disclosed to the defense, the result of the
proceeding would have been different,” and that standard is satisfied only when the
suppression of evidence “undermines confidence in the outcome of the trial”).

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As noted above, Ford stated that Brooker was later killed by “Phife,” who was
paid by RZA, but Ford believed – correctly – that the Brooker murder occurred after Estella
was murdered, and, therefore, after Anthony Christian had ordered Humphreys to murder
Brooker. (3500-PF-7 (Ex. F) at 3-4.) In other words, Ford believed that Anthony Christian
and RZA had each ordered someone to murder Brooker, not that RZA had ordered that
murder to the exclusion of Anthony Christian.

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Conclusion
For the foregoing reasons, the government respectfully submits that the motion
should be denied.
Respectfully submitted,
KELLY T. CURRIE
Acting United States Attorney
By:

cc:

Clerk of the Court (ENV) (by ECF)
Defense Counsel (by ECF)

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/s/
Allon Lifshitz
Richard M. Tucker
Kevin M. Trowel
Assistant U.S. Attorneys
(718) 254-6164/6204/6351

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U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau of Investigation
Washington, D.C. 20535
December 21 , 2011
MR. RICH JONES
MUCKROCK NEWS
DEPT MR 963
POST OFFICE BOX 55819
BOSTON, MA 02205 5819

FOIPA Request No.: 1179576- 000
Subject: JONES, RUSSELL TYRONE
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, VA 22602,
fax number (540) 868-4997 .
It is unnecessary 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)

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EXPLANATION OF EXEMPTIONS
SUBSECTIONS OF TITLE 5, UNITED STATES CODE, SECTION 552
(b)( I)

(A) specifically authorized under criteria established by an Executive order to be kept secret in the interest of national defense or foreign
policy and (B) arc in fact properly classified to such Executive order;

(b)(2)

related solely to the internal personnel rules and practices of an agency;

(b)(3)

specifically exempted from disclosure by statute (other than section 552b of this title), provided that such statute( A) requires that the
matters be withheld from the public in such a manner as to leave no discretion on issue, or (B) establ ishes particular criteria for
wi thholding or refers to particular types of matters to be withheld;

(b)(4)

trade secrets and commercial or financial information obtained from a person and privileged or confidential;

(b )(5)

inter-agency or intra-agency memorandums or letters which would not be avai lable by law to a party other than an agency in litigation
with the agency;

(b)(6)

personnel and medical fi les and similar files the disclosure of which would constitute a clearly unwarranted invasion of personal privacy;

(b)(7)

records or information compiled for law enforcement purposes, but on ly to the extent that the production of such law enforcement
records or information ( A ) could be reasonably be expected to interfere with enforcement proceedings, ( B ) would deprive a person
of a right to a fai r trial or an impartial adjudication, ( C ) could be reasonably expected to constitute an unwarranted invasion of personal
privacy, (D) could reasonably be expected to disclose the identity of confidential source, including a State, local, or foreign agency or
authority or any private institution which furnished information on a confidential basis, and, in the case of record or information compiled
by a criminal law enforcement authority in the course of a criminal investigation, or by an agency conducting a lawful national security
intelligence investigation, information furni shed by a confidential source, ( E) would disclose techniques and procedures for law
enforcement investigations or prosecutions, or would di sclose guidel ines for law enforcement investigations or prosecutions if such
disclosure could reasonably be expected to risk circumvention of the law, or ( F) could reasonably be expected to endanger the life or
physical safety of any individual;

(b)(8)

contained in or related to examination, operating, or condition reports prepared by, on behalf of, or for the use of an agency responsible for
the regulation or supervision of financial institutions; or

(b)(9)

geological and geophysical information and data, including maps, concerning wells.

SUBSECTIONS OF T ITLE 5, UNITED STATES CO DE, SECTION 552a
(d)(S)

information compi led in reasonable anticipation of a civil action proceeding;

(j)(2)

material reporting investigative efforts pertain ing to the enforcement of crimi nal law includi ng efforts to prevent, control, or reduce
crime or apprehend criminals;

(k)( I )

information which is currently and properly classifi ed purs uant to an Executive order in the interest of the national defense or foreign
policy, for example, infonnation involving intelligence sources or methods;

(k)(2)

investigatory material compiled for law enforcement purposes, other than criminal, which did not result in loss of a right, benefit or
privilege under Federal programs, or which would identify a source who furni shed information pursuant to a promise that his/her identity
would be held in confidence;

(k)(3)

material maintained in connection with providing protective services to the President of the United States or any other indi vidual pursuant
to the authority of Title 18, United States Code, Section 3056;

(k)(4)

required by statute to be maintained and used solely as statistical records;

(k)(S)

investigatory material compiled solely for the purpose of detennining suitability, eli gibility, or qual ifications for Federal civilian
employment or for access to classified infonnation, the disclosure of which wou ld reveal the identity of the person who furnished
information pursuant to a promise that his/her ident ity would be held in confidence;

(k)(6)

testing or examination material used to determine individual qualifications for appointment or promotion in Federal Government service
the release of which would compromise the testing or examination process;

(k)(7)

material used to detennine potential for promotion in the anned services, the disclosure of which would reveal the identity of the person
who furnished the material pursuant to a promi se that his/her identity would be held in confidence.
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Title:

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Synopsis:

NY
Request to open new case on above captioned matter .

Details:
Informat i on 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 cas,e :Ei):es , that the WTC i s heavily
involved in the sale of drugs, ill ~gal guns, weapon s possession,
murder, car jackings, and other types of violent crimes .

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~----------~T~h~e~WTC also provides its members
L-~--~~----~~Information developed by the

and associates with
Detectives determined
that the WTC has purchased numerous uns from the Stubenville, ·
Ohio , area through the use of a
Members of the WTC
have been identified as being presen
urlng the purchase through
a photo spread shown to the sellers of the guns. At least one of
·these guns purchased in Stubenville, Ohio, by the I
I has
been identified as the murder weapon in the killing of ROBERT
JOHNSON, aka Pooh, o n 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··h~ve: proved themselves as
or associates of the WTC (
ap ype mus~c .
umerous
o recor
recording companies were incorporated along with bank accounts
established. ·This allows legitimate monies t o flow into these
accounts along with the proceeds from
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The WTC has several other legitimate types of business
to include its own line of clothing which is sold through stores
on Staten Isand a nd Manhattan New York.
On 6/20/99 the Staten Island Homicide Detectives
arrested !
lfor the murder of JEROME ESTRELLA, aka
Boo Boo . I
lconfessed lto ' this murder and in his written
confession indicated that he was · an enforcer who had shot and
possibly killed 5 other ·
· · 1 . During his confession
I
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the shootin of ESTRELLA .
According to the Detectives . the ,L-,....----:-..----..------=----:=-~
the Bloods Gang and are inyolved in the drug tra icking business
in the Park Hill s ection of Staten Island, New York . The
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land the WTC arel
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the Park Hill area of Staten Island.
It is believed that the
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which include beatings, shootings, and murder. 1
!told
the Detectives that he want s to make a deal with t h e Federal
authorities and is willing to cooperate with the Feds only.
It
is likely thatl
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past and cyrrent activitie's of the WTC as well as the
Another aspect discussed by the Detectives was that o f
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The Detectiv~s are seeking the ass istance of the FBI
and U.S. Attorney's Office to further their case along as to
package the numerous crimes committed by the WTC Organization in
the form of a Federal c~arges and a RICO prosecution . Ben
Campbell of the U.S. Attorney's Office, Eastern Di strict of New
York, has been briefed about this case and is willing to seek
prosecution of the WTC . Bas~d ' on this information is itr-----~
recommended rhat this case b~ : ~~ened and assigned to SA~~--------~

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(0 1/26/1998)

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVE STIGATION
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08/24/1999

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Synopsis :

Request to open Sub F ile # 281F-NY- 271747 (Sub-A) .

Details: Request to open a Sub file to contain information
relating to a car jacking 99~mitte~ . b~~--------------~~ aka
Fife. On or about May 21, 1999, in the vicinity of 27 Warren
Street, Staten Island, New York
was attempting to sell a
quantity of an el dust PCP t
During t his drug
deal gone ba
with a . 380 caliber
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automobile .

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in the uns o lved h omicide of
It is believed that this homicide
was ordered by members of the WU TANG CLAN as retaliation for
~------~! robbing an associate of the WU TANG CLAN.
The new sub file will ·be ident ified as file# 281F-NY 271747 (Sub-A) and will be ~itl~d
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08/17/1999

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WU TANG CLAN;
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OC/DI
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Synops i s : Information received f rom NYPD, 120 Prec i nct, Staten
Island, New Yor k.
Ben Cam bel l

EDNY

~sc u ss t
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detectives previously p r esented a 10 page document which
describe s the chain of e vent s sur rounding the unsolved homicide
of ROBERT "Pooh" JOHNSON.
Information in this synop sis provides
g eneral backgrou nd informat i on about some of the members of the
WTC and their. activitie s . This 1 0 page document f r om the NYPD
will be attached to this EC .

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12/30/97 at apx. Midnight Robert" ooh" Johnson MJB/23 DOB: 10 Q2L1A NYSID
#6819633Y, Known Wu-Tang Clan · sociate was victim ofHomicide by multiple
gunshot wound in front of 48 Hamilto~ Street Staten Island New York. Weapon
recovered at scene: Black Glock 40 Cal. Model #27 Serial #BWE599US with clip.
One round was recovered jammed in weapon. Six shells recovered at scene. Witness
'indicate a Black late model4X4 Landrover vehicle observed leaving scene following
shooting.

12/31/97 contact Bureau Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms/N.Y.P.D. Project Lead Task
Force. Request tracer on rec :vered weapon at Johnson Hom\cide.

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07/01/98 Wu-Tang Group member, Russell "Ol'Dirty Bastard" Jones is victim of a
gun shot wound received during an alleged Robbery in confines of 81 Pet. Brooklyn,
N.Y. Jones adyised 81 Pet. Det~ives fhat while visiting ~
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two masked men entered apartment robbed
him ofjewlery and shot him. One single projectile was recovered at the scene,

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07/23/98 Assigned contacted Stebenville Ohio Polie\Department, Pet. John Lelless
who advised that a Homicide occurred in their City~~ 07/09/98 apx. 2100 hrs., the
victim being Stuebenville resident,JB:~~~~-!I..&~Jh?J!~~6!?£B not
disclosed. Who received six fatal
hot wounds. Witnesses state 2-3 males exit
at location and nloments later gunshots were
L.h-ear--=d-.-r----~d~vis=-e-d~th-=--at_o_n--lsame date at 2040 lHrs. Ohio State Police
preformed a carstop on U.S. 22, Islandcreek Townshid near Steubenville of j.---- ---.1
with New Jersey plates occu ied b
Russell " 01'
Dirty Bastard" Jones
ates
bqth vehicles were registered t
A shotgun, ammo and gun holster were
recovered from the vehicles and
ere charged with weapon and

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all parties were detained for several hour~J
further advised a Debriefed
prisoner on a unrelated matter advised that he was told byI
Ithat Ishamael
Kourma was killed because he owed I
tnoney for drugs and someone
named l
Iwas the shooter.. Assigned Detectives disclosed updated
information regarding the Robert Johnson Case and Detectives agreed mutual
assistance in both investigations. Assigned forwarded Field information posters on
Johnson Homicide to
for posting and requested same on his Homicide

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07/28/98 Meeting held by Commanding Officer Staten Island Detectives, Deputy
~th 120 Pet. Detective Squad, F.B.I. Group C-30 and
P.B.S.I. Gang Investigations regarding this Investigation.

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01/15/99 Wu-Tang member Russell "01' Dirty Bastard" Jones NYSID #5627626P
while in company oflllil
following a car stop in confines of77
Pet. Brooklyn, N .Y. was involved in shoot out withN.Y.P.D. Police Officers. Jones
was charged with Attempted Murder. A Brooklyn Grand Jury failed to indite him.

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On 02/17/99 the Assigned Detectives received contact froml
I Los
Angeles Police Department, Hollywood Division requesting information on Russell
"01 'J)irty Bastard" Jones arrested by his Department on ~t day for PQssession of
Body Armor. Said arrest was made pursuant to a Uniform Patrol vehicle stop. Det.
I
~as advised ofJones's New York Criminal History and iriformed Assigned
that Jones's case would be brought before an L.A. County District Attorney. On
02/19/99 Detl
tntacted the Assigned Detectives and advised that his District
Attorney bad filed a c ged of"Convicted Felon in possession of Body Armor
1270(a) Cal. P.L. ~d 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 03/11/99 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.

Submitted 03/12/1999, Det.._l_ _ _ _ _ _.....J~20 Pet. Det. Squad

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(12~~995)

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drug business of the Bloods ~treet gang and the Wu Tang Clan.
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Synopsis: Reque$t the assistance of the . FAST Unit to be involved
in the above captioned case.
Details:
The Wu Tans Clan is a well knbw mus ical group from the
Staten Island, New York area that speci~~izes in Rap type music.
The WTC was started in. the early 1990's . and was founded b L
~----~-~~~~~~~~~ It is primarily made up of the above
case captioned· individuals who are more widely know by their
street names in the music industry . 1
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281,F-NY-271747, 04/05/2000

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of the guns purchased
by the WTC have been traced to the
Stubenv.ille, Ohio area .

themselves as good and
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Some of the legit~mate us~ness opera e
include record companies, record labels, albums, · real estate, a
car leasing company, a clothing line, and a production company .
Some of the businesses or entities controlled by the
WTC include:
1. Wu Tang Inc.
3 Lakeview Drive
Perrinville, NJ
2. Wu Tang Management
3 Lakevie.w Drive
Perrinville, NJ
3. Wu Tang Productions
99 Uni versity Place
9th Floor
New York, NY


4. Wu Tang Records, Inc.
5. Wu Manufacturing Company, LLC
335 Main Street
Whitinsv~lle,

MA

6. Wu Wear Ihc.
485 7th Avenue
New York, .· NY
7 . Wu Wear · Inc .
61 Victo:ty: Boulevard
Staten , Island, NY
8 . Wu Wear Inc .
6662 East Virginia Beach Boulevard
Norfolk, VA ·

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9. Wu Wear Inc
509 Peachtree Street
Atlanta, GA
10. MHPG' Inc.
355 Main Street
Whitinsville, MA
11. Wise Guy Records
815 Highland Avenue
stubenville, OH
12. Steel Valley Records
87001 Mill Hill Road
Scio, OH
13. Protec t Ya Neck Productions, Inc.
14. Wu Tang· Publishing, Inc.
15. Everglow, Inc.
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 ·c ampbell),· the 120
Precinct Detectives unit NYPD, Staten Island, and the Richmond
County District Attorneys 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,
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that the NYFBI's FAST Unit become invo~ved with this matter also.
s~
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flow. o£ mon~es through the assets and entities controlled by the
WTC and will work in conjunction with the FAST Unit.

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Synopsis:

To close case # 281F - NY-271747.

Details: It is requested that the above captioned case be closed
as the matter is be i ng inve~tigated by Squad C-30, SAl
case file # 267C - NY- 269537 and all further references~s~h~o~u~r~a~b-e____J
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is Tuesday, Dei:. 28, the
362nd day of 1999.
On this day in·histo'Y in 1694:
Queen MaJY U of England died after
6ve years of joint rule with her
husband, King-WiJUa m lll ... 1832:
J ohn C. Calhou n became the first
U.S. vice preside!l.t to iesi~, leaving
over differences with P rcs•dent
·
J ackson . :: 1846: Iowa liecame the
29th state in the Union . , • 1856:
Thomas Woodrow Wilson, the 28th
U.S. president, was born in Staunton, Va.... 1897: The pia)' "Cyrano
de Bergerac1" by Edmond RostnndJ
preniiered in Paris . : . 1917: The
New York Evening Mail published a
facetious essay by H.L.-Mencken on
the histn'Y of the bathtub in America in which Mencken claimed, for
example; thot Millard Fillmore wns
the first president to have a bathtub
installed in the Wlrite House ...
1937: Composer Maurice Ravel died
in 'Paris ••• 1944: The musical "On •
the Town" opened on Broadway ...
1945: Congress officially reco()'Dized
the "Pledge of ADe~f!ance" ... 1973:
Alexander Solzhemtsyn published
"Gulag Archipelago," an expose of
· the Soviet.p rison system•... 1981:
E lizabeth Jordan Carr, the first
American "test-tube baby," was born
in Norfolk, Va.... Ten years ago:
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1968 in a Soviet-led Warsaw Pact
invasion, was named chairman of
t he country's parliament ... Five
years ago: CIA Director R. James ·
Woolsey resigned, ending a tenure
shadowed by the Aldrich Ames spy
.scandal . ·.. P residen t Clinton nomi.
nated Dan Glickman as agriculture
secretaJY, s ucceeding Mike Espy ...
One year ago: American warpl anes
cxchnnged missile fire with Iroqi air
defenses, and President Clinton said
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By' Graham Rayman and Dan Morrison
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Hip-hop magnate Sean. (Puffy) Combs and two
members of his entourage were hit with felony gun
(:barges yesterday afier an early morning .shooting
that il'\iured three people inside a midtown night- ,
club.
.
·
·· Polica charged a Combs protege, up-and-coming
rapper Jamal (Shyne) Barrow, \vitli three ·counts of
attempted murder and held Combs' gir!J'riend,
Bronx-born pop diva Jennifer Lopez, for ' more 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 alter 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 .Boy Productions and Barrow. The handgun was r eported stolen in Georgia, police said.
Warde!· Fende.rson, 41, a Manhattan man described as Combs' driver, and Anthony Jones, 34, a
· Bronx man described as Combs' bodyguard, who
served a !,'rison term for
shooting at a police officer, were also arrested,
authorities said.
Combs was arraigne'd
'l ast night on one count
of second-degree weapons .possession and two
counts of third-degree
weapons·
possession
after a witnef\8 told in- .
vestigators that. Combs
and Barrow pulled guns
out near t he · bar. Bail
for Combs was set at

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$10,000.
Actress-singer Jennifor Lopez and rap mogul Sean (Puffy) Combs attend a party at the Metropolitan Museum cit Art Dec.6.
Fenderson· and Jones
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were charged with one
count each of third-degree criminal possession of a weapon. Ball
The weer highs and lows of entertalruhent mogul was set at $20,000 for
Jennifer Lopez started out as one of the sexy dime·
:
Jones and $10,000 for
era on a ground-breaking comedy revue, touched Scan (Puffy)"Combs.
. .
Fenderson.
hearts as tl)e slain singer Selena, and topped the · : 1970: Combs is born in Harlem.
1972: Combs' fathC!J Melvi9, is gunned down. The
· Barrow, l!i, of Brooklyn, was arrested (IS he lett
charts this year with her debut album. Here's a family
moves to Mt. vernon.
·. .
the club and police found a 9-mm. semiautomatic in
look:
,.
.
1990:" Combs begins an unpaid internship at Up- · his waistband. Ballistics· tests linked t he gun to the
July 24, 1970:.Lopez is born in the Bronx to David town Records while studying at Howard University. three s hooting victims, police said. He was IIWaitinc
Lopez, a computer specialiSt, and Guadalupe Lopez, He is named vice pr~sident at age 19.
·
last night on thre.e counts of attempted
a teacher.
Dec. 28, 1991: Nine people are .crushed to death arraignment
. .
and
dozens
injured
at
a
Combs-organized
charity murder. •
1990: ·She dances into America's living rooms as ·
Combs
recently
outbid record, giants like Sony and
game at City College in Harlem.
·
one·ofthe Fly Girls on "In Living Color,.. the FoJ< com- basketball
1993: Combs leaves Uptown Records to push his· Bad lnterecope to sign Baqow, whose nom d~ rap is\
edy show that launched sev.erafof the Wayans broth- Boy label.
Shyne, to a six-figure contract, the hip-hop magazine . .

ers ru1d rubber-faced actor Jim Carrey. ·
· 1996: A war of words between Bad Bo~ and West Blaze reported in a recent issue. Barrow was report- · \
.
1995: .Afl;er several film and TV roles, she hits 'the Coast label Death· Row heats up ..When Death ~w edly discovered rapping in a bllfber shop.
Harvey Slovis, Combs' l~wyer, defended the pop
big time as· a lady transit officer opposite"Wesley artist Tupac Shakur is fatally shot in' Las Vetl'as,
stars.
"Gombs
nnd
Lopez
certainly
didn't
own
that
Snipes ljlld Woody Harrelson in the controversial SOI!Ie blame Bad Boy, Combs denies any connection.
· March 9, 1997: Combs' pal and Bad Boy powerhotise · gun," he said. "He's a wonderful guy and a very z
fi.h;> "Money Tt:ain."
·
Biggie Smalls (Christopher Wallace) is murdered in. smart man. This is a very hard situation for him to ~
Feb. 22, 1997: She marries model Ojani Noa. They Los Angeles. Combs rules tlle airwaves, either produc- "Qe in. He's very upset about it.
o
separate later that year and divorce in 1998.
ing or perfo~ in 40 percent of that year's No. 1
"Mr. Combs was with his friend Jennifer Lopez,". ~
·
1997: She stars in four ~s, including "Anacon- hits, including a 'song dedicated to Smalls.·
.the lawyer said. "There were shots flied-. They lett ... :::!
1998: Combs snags two Grammys. Director Penny He woo tho victim of otllor pooplo'e ehooting.•
da," "Blood & Wine" and "U-Turn" but earns her
' In
Marshal and taste czar Martha Stewart serenade
gren~st praise Htarring in "Selena," a movie about
Late yesterd11y afternoon, the Manhattan District _g-<
him
at·h:ls birthday party.
:
the slain.Tejano singing sensation.
4ttomey's
offi.cc
declined
to
prose~ute Lopez. MeanApril 16, 1999: Steve Stoute, an executive with
1998: She takes another star turn as a U.S. mar- rival Interscope Records, charges that Combs and while, police investigator& we~e tracking down club 0
shal with' a weakness for bank robber co-star George two bod,Yguards beat him: Five months later, Combs patrons and awaiting the results of other ballistics "'
. Clooney :i.ri>'!Gut of Sicht.• And she begins a celebrity is conVIcted of harassment, a violation, and sen- • tests on the · gun .foupd in the Navigator and two ~
· tenced to attend 11 one-day anger management class. .40-caliber shell casings fow:id on the floor of the lll
"friendship~ with Sean (Pulfy) Combs.
club -evidence pointing to an. exchange .of gunfire :ll
· 1999: Debut solo dlbum "On t.he 6" and No. 1 single Stoute' asked the court' not to convict Combs and re- · at the bar. The .40-caliber w<:apon was unaccounted _];!
portedly received a six-figure payment from the rap
'"If You Had ,My Love" establish Lopez as an enter- mogul,
·
whose empire Forbes macazine estimates to for, police said.
tainment (orce.
·

be worth $250 million.
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STAFP ~WIRE REPORTS '•

Addressing his Knesset faction, •
Barak said' he was sure the Shas
Jerusalem - An
ultra-Orthodox problem could be solved .. He ap·
party threatened yesterday to quit Is- pealed to his six-paro/ co!llition to
rael's goverriing coalition, a move that put differences aside and approve·
would leave Prime Minister· Ehud the budget. .
Barak without a parliamentary majoriBeyond the budget issue, Shas supty just as. Miadle East peace talKs are port is crucial if Barak brings a peace
gaining momentum.
agreement back from talks with Syria
Political veterans say it's a predictor the Palestinians.
able, temporary crisis
Politicians
have
over budget alloca- r~ #~~"":::~~~.%<;:;] been beating a path' to
tions, but it is the bigthe door of Shas spirigest threat to Barak
tualleader Rabbi Ovasince h e won the clecdia Yosef, .whose rultion in.May.
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ing over trading land
Shas, a party reprefor peace with Syria
~:~!n~f Nort~~~~~
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cause of disagree- Shlomo Benizri, July, B\U'ak explained Prime Minister Ehud Barak said yesterday that ths dispute wilh ~has could be resolved.
ments over ,~:overing
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Sh 118
ld b
the several-million-dol- Shas health minister t at ·
cou : o
Jar debt of the scancounted on to vo~ for
dal-ridden private edu- - - - - - - - - ' - - - - - · peace.
May as the second-largest· party in the his military-trained 'inclination to
cation network :run.by .
Shas·has 17 seats in government, Shas leaders have com- keep his own counsel, goverqment offi.
Shas, and for its health and welfart~ the Knesset, second in tho ruling coali- plained that Barak's office kept them cials say.
tion to the 26 of Barak's party, Onl! Is· · out of the information loop.
Parliament is expected to vote on
programs.
That complaint, however, is · the budg~t Thursday to meet a Dec. 31
The Knesset was to begin discussing rae!. .
Shas' departure would leave Barak shared by many in Israel including deadline. Should the budget not pass
next year's budget today, with a vote
in time, the government has up to
set for Thursday. If Shas votes against with' 51 seats, 10 short of the 61 he senior members of Barak's own three months to win approval for the
needs for a majority in the 120-seat party, the press and even some ofllis
it, the budget is not likely to pass.
spending
plan or be forced to call new
.closest adviser s. .
. But Shas accepted Barak's plea for parliament.
elections.
·
Several Knesset mombors suggested · One longtime government official re24 hours to work · things out, said
'"' call on all the coalition factions
Yitzhak Vaknin, chairman of the par- that what Shas · really wonted' from cently complained that he had 'never truly to put aside any other :concern
Barak was access to the no~riously se· worked under su ch an uncommunica- and unite around passing the Budget. I
• ty's faction in the Knesset.
.
"It's all in the hands of the prime cretive prime minister's plaiiJling in re- tive prime minister.
say also to our friends in $has I am
gards
to the peace process with Syria
Barak, a former head of' the Israeli convh;tced it will be possible to resolve
minister," said Shas Health Minister
army and the most dm:ornted soldier [the matter] suitably and fairly,"
Shlomo Bcnizri. "If he wants to solve and the Palestinians.
Since joiiiing Barak's cO!Il\tion .in . in the country's history; has retained Barak said.'
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Johannesburg, South Africa- Christina Motsonliquashed..
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di wanted to be lighter-skinned. "Not white white
Dermatologists who saw black patients with skin
white, but lighter, brighter," she says. "I wanted to .
literally eaten away by the active ingredient in most
be nice.• For five years, day and night, she slathered
of the cream!~>- hydroquinone - successfully loba cheap, white cream purcha~ed at local shops on - she-had scorched herself with an iron.
·her face and watched her skin change.
·
Today, Motsoalidi's once-smooth cheeks are dark, bied the government a decade ago to ban hydroquinoAt first, she was pleased. Her dark black fa~ splotchy and mottled, as if tiny pebbles were embed- ne except in prescription drugs. That wi}1ed from
began lightening, getting clos!)r to the m ocha-colored ded under the skin, and she is emba'rrassed to have ·store shelves products that had been sold :widely in
hue she desired. Her friends noticed tbe difference her picture taken. She is not al one. The illegal pharmacies and supermarkets and whose advertiseand complimented her appearance, says the smiling, creams that ruined Motsoalidi's skin and that disap- ments equated lighter skin with wealili;'lo\re e.nd..
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In the past year or so, however, smugglerp have
tal near Johannesburg. .
seem to have made a comeback, according to dermaAfl:er a couple of years, though, her ch eeks and tologists lllld . medical inspectors who say they are liegun bringing the creams across the border from
forehead began turning pink. Sh e kept using the lo- seeing more of the products and their victims.
other African countries where rogulatiot~S aie not so
tion. Then they turned red. Still she used the cream,
"Politically, whore wo are now, you'd expect not to · stringent. In addition to products with h}droquinothinking her face would r ecover and not linking the have that group of people anymore, but you still do," ne, those containing illegally high do~e"s of cortiointment to the skin damage. Finally, the red turned psychologist Mercy Lebakeng said of those who are
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darker and eventually became a sooty black, as if using such cre~ms more than five years after apart-

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Jennifer Lopez, in parka 7 leaves in police.custody for ttie Midtown South precinct yesterday. The singer-actress, detained after a nightclub shooting, was subsequently released.

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shoulder.
Detectives were also checking ·into
Two officers on foot patrol stopped
· claims from witnesses and the victims Barrow as he was leaving the cluh-al).d .
that Combs or his bodyguard was in- found the gun in his waistband.
volved in the initial altercation, law enMeanwhile, seated jn the rear of the
forcement sources said.
gray Navigator, . Coml;>s and Lopez,
During hours of police questioning · vyith Fenderson and Jones, seated in
inside the Midtown South precinct _front, swerved ru:ound a patrol car -rehouse on West 35th Street, Lopez was spop.ding to the club. Police followed
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word,'' and Comb!'! wore a "very bl~ , / The N aytgator turned on~o Eighth
expression on his face," law enforce- ~ ~venue With the o~cers behind, blowment sources said.
mg tJ;rough red hghts before f?.nally
When the night started, Combs and . s.t oppmg at 54th Street, polic~ said. No
Lopez' were making an appearance at ~me m the quartet would adnnt to o~n"
.
mg the ~ so all four were taken mto
the cmb. About 2 a.m., an altercation . custody Police Commissioner Howard
erupte.~ follow7d shortly by gunfire Safir said. · ·
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and pandemoruum. Three partygoers
· After her release, Lopez was rushed
were shot.
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out the rear of the stationhouse and
Julius Jones, 27, an~ Nat~ya sped offin a :d-a rkMercedes-Benz.
Ru~en, 29, both o~ ~rooklyn, w~re hs~Barrow, who signed with Comb's
ed m ·s table condition at St. Vm~ent s label late 1998 told Blaze magazine
Charity Medical Center. Jones suf- shortly after that ''Puffy saw me and
fered a shoulder wound, and Ruben saw dollar signs." .
was shot in the face.
Staff writer Mohnmad Bazzi contribRobert Thompson, 39, of Danbury, uted to this story. ·

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JONES , RUSSELL
Date Property Acq uired :

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derive proceeds throughout the United States and other countries
in the course of the i r business.
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identifi ed and/or linked to~------------------------~
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~~~~~~~~~-~Fair Oaks Street, Pasadena , California . Also
present durin the interview was New York c·t Police De artment
Detective, Broo yn Intelligence Division,
After
being advised as t o the identities of the inte rviewers and the
purpose of the interview, J ONES provided the following
information:

JONES
outside
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JONES planned o
traveling alone

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cousin was asleep on the be d n ext to the one JONES was occupyin g .
~as asleep in another bedroom with her baby. Before
~f~a'l'l~i~n-g~ asleep, JONES told l
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the door locked because t hey were constantl y r unning in and out
of the apartment.

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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 o f what was happening and reacted by jumping up from the
bed . The UNKNOWN MALE(UNMl) and JONES wrestled until the UNMl
shot JONES in the a r m and back. At first JONES was not aware
that he was shot. After shooting JONES, the UNMl started to flee
from the apar tment but a second UNKNOWN MALE(UNM2) t hat was
standing by the fron t door of the apartment said to the UNMl "you
got the shit" . . It is at this point that the UNMl returned to the
~beclr.oom . that JONES was occupying . JONES confronted him and asked / ''•-.
~-~~~~ ----~~;.~ him ~6 you_ want my jewelry and the lJNlvll stole JONES' j ewelry frorr(·.
·{-~:~··<Q - ~l ! his;·~d~. · The , UNMl _stole a l~n~ed chain with a "7" charm <;>n it/.J.i~·~. ·, :'??>
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RUSSELL JONES AKA OLD DIRTY BASTARD ,on 11/03/1999

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JONES drove himself to St.
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Before the robbery occurred, JONES's sister, who lives
in the projects in Brooklyn, NY heard that when "dirty" came
around he was going to be hit . JONES thinks t hat his sister,
cousin and/or his little cousin I
lphonetic) LNU knows who
committed the robbery. JONES never investigated who robbed him
because he did not want to cause problems for his family who
still lives in the projects where the robbery occurred.
JONES
has not returned to the projects s ince the incident.
JONES described the UNMl as being taller than he,
wearing a black mask, and a light blue t - shirt with brown skin .
UNMl carried the gun in his right hand.
JONES could only provide
a brief description of UNM2 because he only got a momentary
glimpse of him. The UNM2 was also wearing a black ski mask.
JONES believed the UNKNOWN MALES were young in age because of the
way they behaved during the robbery .
Two(2) years ago, JONES was robbed while i n the
Kingston projects.
JONES was also shot during this robbery.

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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
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Date:

10/21/199~

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Writer requests permission to travel to Los Angeles,
California from November 2, 1999 to November 4, 1999 with the
purpose of interviewing JONES. JONES surrendered to Los Angeles
authorities on August 27, 1999 and is currently in a health care
facility for approximately six(6) months. Therefore, JONES is
unable to travel to the New York area anytime in the near future.
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Details: On 09/08/99, NYCPD Detectivcl~--~----------~l met with
defense attorney FRANKEL who is rep resentin1. RUSSELL JONES a.k.a.
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Position 1 Relationship

Last Name. F1rst. M.l.

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Perpetrators

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Comp. Interviewed
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In Person

By Phone

0

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Witness lnler~lewed
0 Yes 0 No

In Person

By Phone

0

0

Canvass Conducted
0 Yes 0 No

II Yes • Wake Entry In Body Re: Time, Date,
Names . Addresses, Results

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•ERP 2 Complainant VIewed Photos
0 Yes 0 Refused
Witness VIewed Photos
5
0 Yes 0 Refused
ERP 1
Crime Scene Dusted
0 Yes
0 No
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Oate

Resulls: Same as Comp. Report • Olllerenl (Explain in Ill :iiis;

Time

0
Date

CHOICE

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Results: Same as Comp. Report • Olllerenl (Explain In ~: iiiSi

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Evidence Obtained

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If Closing Case "No Results," Check Appropriate Box and State Justlflcati·Jn in L)etalls:
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OC-2 Inaccurate Facts
0C·3 No Evidence I Cr.n'l
OC-4 Uncooperative Complainant

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INVESTIGATION:

HOMICI DE/RICO IN',!,;CTIGATION

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.SUBJECT : INTERVIEW WITH PETER FRl.!·lKEL ESQ FOR(OLD DIRTY BASTi\l{D)

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1 • On 9/8/99 I loZas :cr:esfnt in Queens Criminal Court APN \~ i t h
Det.l
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for Ru~.sell Jones's arraignment .. . Mr .
Frankel informed the assigned tha ~ his client checked out <'"' a
druq rehabiliation, U{>state New Y )rk and went to Californi .: .
Wl:tile in California ~us sell Jone:: ...,ent to ·court to answer <.:l
warrant and was subsequently helc1 hy a SUJ?erior cour t :i udq<... :l{r .
Frankel wishes to ex{>ress his client's cooperation in this ·. ~ 3.se
and our case. He will have his cli<mt conference call myself and
the team on 9/13/99 at 1700Hr s .

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Precedence:
To:

Date:

ROUTINE

11/30/1999

New York

From:

New York
Squad C-30

contact:

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Coversheet for NYCPD report.

Enclosures:

(1) copy of NYCPD report(DD-5) dated 1 0/0 4 /99.

On 10/04/99, NYCPD Gang Intelligence Detectivd~~--~~
_telephonically contacted defense attorney FRANKEL who i s
~r~e~p~r~e~s~enting rap star RUSSELL JONES a.k.a. uOLD DIRTY BASTARD."

Oetajli:

See attached NYCPD DD-5 for details •

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COMPLAINT - FOLLOW UP
INFORMATIONAL
PO 313·D81A (Rev. 4·89)·31
pate ol Ong. Reporl

/

Dale Ass1gned

4/22/99

Complamanrs Name • Last. Firsl. M.l.

P.S.N.Y/EDNY RICO

AREA WITHIN BOX FOR DETECTIVE/ LATENT FINGERPRINT OFFICER ONLY. THIS BOX WILL BE UTILIZED BY INVESTIGATOR WHENEVER POSSIBLE AND MUST BE
FULLY COMPLETED WHEN USING THIS FORM TO CLOSE A CASE "NO RESULTS."
Time
In Person
By Phone
Date
Resulls: Same as Comp. Report • Dillerent (Explain in Details)

0

0

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In Person

By

0

Time

Date

0

0

II Yes • Make Entry In Body Re: Time, Date,
Names, Addresses, Results

Complainant Viewed Photos

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0 Refused

0

Crime Scene Visiled

0 Yes

0 No

Results:

0 Future

Witness Viewed Photos

0 Yes

0
. Report • Oillerent (Explain In

Resulls:

0 Refused

In Details:

OC-3 No Evidence/ Can't 10

INVESTIGATION:

0C·4 Uncooperative Complainant

Oc-5 " leads" Exhausted

~OMICIDE/ROBRBRY

SUBJECT: CONFERRAh WITH NEW YORK AND L.A LAWYEP-S
RE: OLD DIRTY
BASTARD
INTERVIEW IN LOS ANGELES
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1. On 10/4/99 at 1200Hrs I spoke with Mr . Frankel who represents
Old Dirty Bastard (AKA RUSSELL JONES) he suggested that I contact
Mr. Robert Shapiro in Los Angeles who represents him on the
west coast . Mr . Frankel did approve the undersigned speaking
with his client. Mr. Shapiro was contacted via telephone and
gave me permission to speak with RUSSELL JONES, he asked that
I gave him a courtesy while out in Los Angeles to which I
stated to him that I would comply.
-RUSSELL JONES is currently in ' a rehab program run by the
L.A COUNTY SHERRIFF'S OFFICE (TARGET PROGRAM) BELICRUZ ,Calif
tele# (626) 798-0884
(310) 305-9921.
2. Case Active.

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Precedence:
To:

ROUTINE

Date:

12/01/1999

New York

From:

New York
Squad C-30
contact: SA._I_ _ _ _ _ _ _~l Ext. 3420

Approved By:
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(1213111995)

FEDER4L BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
Precedence:
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From:

Date:

ROUTINE

03/30/000

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synopsis:
Enclosures:

Coversheet for NYCPD report.
(1) copy of NYCPD report(DD-5) dated 01/20/00.

Details: ·on 01/20[00, a meeting was held at the NYO FBI
regarding captioned investigation.
See attached NYCPD DD-5 details •

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.
. PO 313-081A (Rev. H9)·31

Dale

By (Enter Resulls in Oelalls)
II Closing Case "No Results," Check Appropriate Box and State Ju stification In Dotalls:

OC-1 Improper Referral

DC-2 Inaccurate Facts

0C·3 No Evidence I Can 't 10

0C·4 Uncooperallve Complainant

INVESTIGATION:

HOMICIDE/ROBBERY

'
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STR~Y MEETING (FRI "HEADQUART:P.RS)

De-s

" Leads" Exhausted

1. On 1/~0/00 at 1230Rrs a mee~inq was hel~ w i~h the V: R . T a~

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Precedence:
To:

Date:

ROUTINE

03/30/000

New York

From:

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Squad C-30
contact: SA

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case ID #:

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Title: I.....
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synopsis:

Coversheet for NYCPD report.

Enclosures:
Details:

(1) copy of

NYCP~

report(DD-5) dated 01/27/00.

on 01/27/00, NYCPD Gang Intelligence DetectivJ

~~~~lspoke with ADA MIDDLEMISS at the Manhattan Distri~c~t----~
Attorney's Office.
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(12131/~995)

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
Precedence:
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From:

Date:

ROUTINE

03/30/000

New York
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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
Precedence:
To :

ROUTINE

Date :

06/27/00

New York

From:

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Squad C-30
Conta ct: SA

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Synopsis :

Coversheet for NYCPD report.

Enclosures:
De tai ls :

(1 ) copy of NYCPD report(DD- 5) dated 04/1 9 /00.

On 04/ 1 9/00, NYCPD Gang Intelligence Detectiv~

~----~~ interviewed ~~~--~~~~--~~ i n Brookl yn , New Yo~r~k------~
regarding capt ioned i nvestigation and the shoot ing of RUSSELL
JONES aka " OLD DI RTY BASTARD. "
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(Rev. OI-31-1C.03)

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

Precedence:
To:

ROUTINE

Date:

Criminal Investigative

Attn:

05/05/2005

Americas Criminal Enterprise
Section (ACES) , Safe Streets
and Gang Un it (SSGU)

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ITAR - VIOLENT. GANGS

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Request to close investigation.

Details: For information, captioned matter was
1999 as an investigation into an organized gang
committing robberies of rap industry figures in
The case was a joint investigation with the New
Department (NYCPD) .

opened in August
which was
New York City.
York City Police

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Rappers RUSSELL JONES, aka 01 1 Dirty BastardJ
L---~----~----~----~--~1 and others were robbed at gunpoint in
various locations, including home invasions. The robbers stole
cash and expensive pieces o f jewelry. There was an indication
that the subjects were current or former industry insiders who
had banded together to commit the robberies.

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knowingly purchased the stolen jewelry in exchange for cash . An
undercover Police Officer met with him on three (3) occasions and
sold hi~ jewelry r e presented as stolen in exchange for cash.
The United S·t ates Attorney's Office, Eastern DiAtrict
of New York det'~if;~CL gros ecution of this matter, citing a ·~a..ck of
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166E-NY-271694, 05 / 05 /2 00 5

New York

investigativ e merit. The proceeds of the sale of the jewelry
were returned to the NYCPD . There a re no outstanding i ssu es
remaining.
closed.

Based on the above, it is requested that this matter be

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166E - NY - 271694, 05/05/2005

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LEAD (s) :

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( Inf o )

CRIMINAL I NVESTIGATIVE
AT WASHINGTON, DC
For information of the ACES, SSGU.

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(12131/1 995)

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
Precedence:
To:

ROUTINE

New York

From:

Date:
Attn:

02/03/1999

SA~~----------~

Butte ITC
Investigative Tnforma ti on Send ces
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Case ID #:
Title:

166E- NY-268119

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RUSSELL JONES IIS# 190808

Synopsis:

Results of database searches conducted by IISC.

Enclosures: Attached are copies of printouts setting forth
results of inquiries conducted by IISC and a Reply Form.
Details: Russell Jones - Found one hundred ninety six possible
matches in New York for a Russell Jones and one hundred sixty
four possible matches in New Jersey for Russell Jones.
None of
the above possible matches list a Date of Birth of 11 / 1968.

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To:
Re:

New York

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From:

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166E-NY- 268119, 02/03/1999

LEAD {s) :
Set Lead 1:

NEW YORK
AT NEW YORK
Complete and return Reply Form to Butte ITC ·.

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0 3. Report Validity of Social Security Number
0 4. Detennine Who is Associated with Telephone Number(s)
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~ 6. Detennine Property Owned by Individual ~U.S.
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0 8. Determine Who Resides at Address Listed Above
)gJ 9. Detennine Financial Background Info, i.e., Bankruptcy, Judgements, Liens, UCC filings, or Lawsuits
0 10. Determine Corporate Busin~ Info, i.e., Officer, Director, Registered A g e n t - - - - - - - - - -------------------------------------------------~e~n/Busin~)
0 11. Customs Border Crossings I Subject query I I-94 info (circle one)
0 12. Federal Prison Inmate Information
0 13. Telemarketing Complaints
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possible match(es) using the following search criteria :
11
RUSSELL JONES 11

S ) Display a Brief Summary of All Matches and Detail 1~pQ
Information for Selected Matches
N) Narrow the Search Area by Modifying Criteria
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Enter the Zip Code (Optional) :
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Enter the City Name (Optional) :
Enter the Postal Abbreviation of the Desired State

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Discovery - Name Search
Date : 2/ 3/99
Reference: CCCC
Search Criteria: JONES RUSSELL, NY
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Time:
6:54 AM
Requestor : FBI

PLEASE NOTE: To avoid unnecessary charges , do not select multiple
records with the same Social Security Number unless the names are
significantly different. Selecting a record which contains a Social
Security Number will ensure a more comprehensive report .

Item Name
Address

SSN#

DOB

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Reported Date

Case 1:11-cr-00425-ENV Document 444-1 Filed 10/02/15 Page 83 of 95 PageID #: 6426

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Requestor: FBI

PLEASE NOTE: To avoid unnecessary charges, do not select multiple
records with the same Social Security Number unless the names are
significantly different. Selecting a record which contains a Social
Security Number will ensure a more comprehensive report .

Item Name
7:\nnrAF;F;

SSN#

DOB

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Source
Reported Date

---------------- -Credit Header 1
10 / 89

Credit Header 1
05/98

Credit Header 1
04/97

Credit Header 1
03/98

Credit Header 1
11 / 88

Credit Header 1
Credit Header 1
Credit Hea der

1

10/ 95

Credit Header 1
04 / 92

Case 1:11-cr-00425-ENV Document 444-1 Filed 10/02/15 Page 84 of 95 PageID #: 6427

Page 1

MAIL-IT REQUESTED: FEBRUARY 3, 1999

103T3F

CLIENT :
LIBRARY: ALLREC
FILE: PRMEGA
YOUR SEARCH REQUEST AT THE TIME THIS MAIL-IT WAS REQUESTED:
JONES RUSSELL AND 11/1968 OR 11 / 15 /196 8
NUMBER OF RECORDS FOUND WITH YOUR REQUEST THROUGH:
LEVEL
1...
3
LEVEL

1 PRINTED

DISPLAY FORMAT: FULL

SEND TO: BUTTE, 9
FBI
400 N MAIN ST RM 115
BUTTE MONTANA 59701-8866

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Case 1:11-cr-00425-ENV Document 444-1 Filed 10/02/15 Page 85 of 95 PageID #: 6428

(Rev. 4/1 5 /96)
NY-32

U.S. Department of Just'ce
Federal Bureau of Investigation

In Reply, Please Refer

10

26 Federal Plaza
New York, New York 10278

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Police Commissioner
New York City .Police Department
1 Pol ice Plaza
New York, New York 10038
Dear Commissioner :
In connection with an offici~! investigation being conducted
by this office, it is requested that you furnish the criminal
record of: (Last name, followed by given name, and middle name) :

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