Your daily dosage of conspiracy; Real Reason 50 Cent Bought Mike Tyson's Crib

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  1. Knowledge

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    Anybody who know a little about 50, knows he is calculating, and always plans his next moves. You also know 50 is heavily and I mean heavily into Robert Greene's National Bestseller "The 48 Laws of Power"
    In short 50 was living by Law # 15 Crush your Enemy Totally
    Not much was ever said about it when 50 first bought the Mansion but read here and come to your own conclusion
    What is it with people trying to put hits out on people? Yesterday it was Wendy Williams and her husband Kevin, today it's Mike Tyson.
    From today's New York Post:
    Mike Tyson put up $50,000 for a "hit" on members of a vicious Brooklyn drug gang who allegedly shot his former bodyguard to death, a witness testified yesterday.
    Nothing ever came of the contract on the Cash Money Brothers gang, Dwayne "Thor" Meyers testified.
    The claim came during the trial of Abubakr Raheem, 38, an alleged member of the ruthless gang that controlled the Lafayette Gardens Houses in Bedford-Stuyvesant.
    Raheem allegedly drove the getaway car in two turf-war slayings, according to prosecutors.
    Meyers said the former heavyweight champ put up the money in retaliation for the June 2000 slaying of Darryl "Homicide" Baum, Tyson's ex-bodyguard and close friend.
    Just two weeks after the slaying, Tyson dedicated his knockout fight against Lou Savarese to his "brother, Darryl Baum."
    "I love you with all my heart . . . Oh, God, I'm mad," Tyson said at the time.
    "We got word Mike Tyson and [another man] had both contributed $50,000 apiece for the murders of Cash Money Brothers," Meyers testified.
    Baum was gunned down just a few months after allegedly firing nine shots at rapper 50 Cent.
    http://rhymeswithsnitch.********.com/2008/06/mike-tyson-in-murder-for-hire-plot.html
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    "Brooklyn stick-up kid Darryl "Hommo" Baum has been revealed as the man who shot 50 Cent nine times back in 2000. Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson was shot near his grandmother's house in Jamaica, Queens in May of 2000. At that time, police told SoHH.com exclusively that 50 and an associate, 22-year-old Alton Brown, were sitting in a parked car in the Jamaica section of Queens, when an unknown assailant pulled up beside them in a blue General Motors car and fired nine shots with a 9MM handgun. Brown sustained a gunshot wound to the hand while 50 was wounded once in each leg and once in the jaw. After the shooting, the victims drove themselves to a nearby hospital. The suspect was described as a Black male in a black short-sleeve shirt with a stocky build. In the new book, Queens Reigns Supreme: Fat Cat, 50 Cent, and the Rise of the Hip-Hop Hustler, author Ethan Brown reveals that Baum, whose alias is short for Homicide, was indeed 50's shooter. Baum was later shot to death in June 2000 -- just three weeks after shooting 50 .
    In interviews and songs like 2003's "Many Men" off Get Rich or Die Trying, 50 Cent has hinted that Baum's murder was in retaliation for shooting him. However, author Ethan Brown tells that Baum, then 34, was killed because one of his street accomplices had murdered a member of Brooklyn's Cash Money Brothers crew. Meanwhile, Mike Tyson, as close friend of Baum, was so devastated by the murder that he stopped training for his fight against Lou Savarese. Tyson still won the fight, knocking out Savarese after 12 seconds of the first round. As previously reported by SOHH.com, Baum lived with Tyson prior to being killed. Brown's book shows how the streets and housing projects of Southeast Queens influenced the borough's most prominent emcees. The book documents 25 years, starting with the crack era until Jam Master Jay's murder and the on-going feud between Ja Rule and 50 Cent. Also in the book, Queens native Russell Simmons comments that he doesn't support convicted drug lord Kenneth Supreme McGriff. "I'm not standing up for 'Preme," Simmons stated, noting that he'd rather fight for animal rights than for a drug kingpin. "I can't stand up for Supreme. I hope he's innocent. I hope he didn't hurt anyone." The book also features an interview with Irv Gotti as well as details the careers of legendary Q Borough hustlers like Kenneth "Supreme" McGriff, Lorenzo "Fat Cat" Nichols, Gerald "Prince" Miller and Thomas "Tony Montana" Mickens."
    This article stops there, and even in the book they make no links between 50 and Mike...rather talk more about Preme and the Supreme team. But, if you recall...50 cent bought Mike Tysons house when he was going through bankruptcy. Trust me, its not a coincidence that 50 bought the house of his almost killers best friend when he was at his breaking point. 50 has said slick **** about Tyson several times in interviews saying that Tyson inspires him to not go broke and lose the house as he did.
    50 likes to mock his former enemies with his new riches...take for example "im a hundred times bigger than Preme in his prime"...cant front on him.
    This Is Scolla - Mike Tyson and his beef with 50
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    U.S. Department of Justice
    United States Attorney
    Eastern District of New York
    CP:BJR 195 Montague Street
    F. #2004R01761 Brooklyn, New York 11201
    Mailing Address: 147 Pierrepont Street
    Brooklyn, New York 11201
    July 19, 2005
    The Honorable Joan M. Azrack
    United States Magistrate Judge
    United States District Court
    Eastern District of New York
    225 Cadman Plaza East
    Brooklyn, New York 11201
    Re: United States v. Damion Hardy, et al.
    Criminal Docket No. 04-706 (S-2)(DGT)
    Dear Magistrate Judge Azrack:
    The government respectfully submits this letter in
    support of its motion pursuant to the Bail Reform Act, 18 U.S.C.
    § 3141 et seq., to detain the defendants in the above-captioned
    case on the grounds of dangerousness to the community and risk of
    flight. The defendants, who are members and associates of a
    violent drug trafficking gang known as the Cash Money Brothers
    (the “CMB”), are scheduled to appear before the Court this
    afternoon for arraignment. Each of the defendants is named in a
    superseding indictment that charges members and associates of the
    CMB with various offenses, including racketeering and
    racketeering conspiracy, the distribution of cocaine base and
    numerous acts of violence, including murder, attempted murder,
    attempted robbery and kidnapping.
    I. Background
    In or about 1991, defendant DAMION “World” HARDY and
    his brother, Myron “Wise” Hardy, founded the Cash Money Brothers,
    a violent drug trafficking organization that operated primarily
    in and around Lafayette Gardens, a housing complex in the
    Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, New York. From its
    inception, the CMB engaged in the distribution of large
    quantities of cocaine base in and around Lafayette Gardens, and
    the CMB eventually obtained almost complete control of the
    distribution of cocaine base in that area. In addition, members
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    and associates of the CMB engaged in numerous acts of violence in
    furtherance of the gang’s interests, including the murders of
    several rival drug dealers and the attempted murder of at least
    one witness.
    II. The Superseding Indictment
    A. Violence
    The superseding indictment charges the following acts
    of violence:
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  2. Knowledge

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    1. Attempted Murder
    DAMION HARDY is charged with the April 1994 attempted
    murder of a witness who testified at the New York State murder
    trial of a CMB member. HARDY located the witness in Lafayette
    Gardens and directed an associate to shoot the witness. The
    witness was seriously wounded during the subsequent shooting, but
    survived.
    2. The Murder of Jerrod Mackens
    DWAYNE MEYERS is charged with the June 15, 1999 murder
    of Jerrod Mackens, also known as “Kojack.” MEYERS shot and
    killed Mackens at close range in the vestibule of 456 Lafayette
    Street in Lafayette Gardens, believing Mackens had supplied the
    gun that was used to murder Myron Hardy, a founder and leader of
    the CMB and DAMION HARDY’s brother.
    3. The Murder of Darryl Baum
    DAMION HARDY, ERIC MOORE and ZAREH SARKISSIAN are
    charged with the murder of Darryl Baum, also known as “Homicide,”
    on June 10, 2000. HARDY targeted Darryl Baum because of his
    association with Ivory Davis, a rival drug dealer whose nephew,
    Rumel Davis, shot and killed HARDY’s brother, Myron Hardy. MOORE
    shot Darryl Baum in the back of the head at the corner of Quincy
    Street and Marcy Avenue in Brooklyn, and subsequently fled in a
    get-away car driven by SARKISSIAN. Darryl Baum died from the
    gunshot wound inflicted by MOORE.
    4. The Murder of James Hamilton
    DAMION HARDY, ERIC MOORE and ABUBAKR RAHEEM are
    charged with the August 1, 2000 murder of James “JR” Hamilton.
    On HARDY’s order, MOORE shot and killed Hamilton inside a seafood
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    restaurant that Hamilton owned at 102 Saratoga Avenue in
    Brooklyn, and then fled in a get-away car driven by RAHEEM.
    5. The Murder of Ivory Davis
    DAMION HARDY, ERIC MOORE and DWAYNE MEYERS are charged
    with conspiring to murder Ivory Davis, also known as “Peanut.”
    HARDY and the CMB targeted Davis because he was a rival drug
    dealer and because his nephew, Rumel Davis, shot and killed
    HARDY’s brother, Myron Hardy. At approximately 4:00 a.m. on the
    morning of August 10, 2000, MOORE, carrying a .40 caliber handgun
    that belonged to MEYERS, shot Davis twice in the back. Davis,
    who was parked in front of Club NV, a nightclub on the corner of
    Spring Street and Hudson Street in Manhattan, attempted to drive
    away from the scene. However, Davis lost control of his vehicle
    and drove up on the sidewalk, striking and killing an innocent
    bystander (an Austrian filmmaker named Jhoan Camitz). Davis
    subsequently died from his gunshot wounds.
    6. The Murder of Tyrone Baum
    DAMION HARDY, DWAYNE MEYERS and ABUBAKR RAHEEM are
    charged with the July 25, 2003 murder of Tyrone Baum, also known
    as “T-Rock,” the brother of Darryl Baum. HARDY and the CMB
    targeted Tyrone Baum because he had made it clear that he sought
    to avenge his brother Darryl’s murder. On HARDY’s order, MEYERS,
    RAHEEM and other CMB members and associates located Tyrone Baum
    at a construction site at Reid Avenue and Hancock Street in
    Brooklyn, where Tyrone Baum was shot three times in the head.
    Tyrone Baum subsequently died from the gunshot wounds to the
    head.
    7. Kidnapping and Attempted Robbery of a Drug Dealer
    DAMION HARDY, JAMES SESSOMS, KENWAYNE JONES and ISHEEN
    CAMPBELL are charged with the July 12, 2002 kidnapping and
    attempted robbery of a narcotics trafficker. At HARDY’s
    direction, SESSOMS, JONES, CAMPBELL and other CMB members and
    associates blindfolded, bound and held the victim at gunpoint,
    eventually transferring him to an apartment controlled by the CMB
    in Brooklyn. After a struggle between the victim and one of his
    captors, NYPD officers responded to the apartment, found the
    victim and recovered a loaded AK-47 that had been used during the
    kidnapping.
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    B. The Distribution of Cocaine Base
    The superseding indictment charges defendants DAMION
    HARDY, ERIC MOORE, DWAYNE MEYERS, JAMES SESSOMS, KENWAYNE JONES,
    ROBERT FOOTMAN, CARL DAVIS, JAMES FARRIOR, LAMONT JOHNSON and
    DJEBARA McMILLIAN with conspiring to distribute and possess with
    intent to distribute cocaine base, and with distributing and
    possessing with intent to distribute cocaine base.A. Dangerousness
    Defendants DAMION HARDY, ERIC MOORE, DWAYNE MEYERS,
    JAMES SESSOMS, KENWAYNE JONES, ABUBAKR RAHEEM, ZAREH SARKISSIAN
    and ISHEEN CAMPBELL should be detained because they represent a
    danger to the community.
    HARDY, MOORE, MEYERS, RAHEEM and SARKISSIAN are each
    charged with participating in at least one murder as part of
    their membership in or association with the Cash Money Brothers.
    In fact, HARDY (5), MOORE (3), MEYERS (3) and RAHEEM (2) are
    charged with participating in multiple murders, attempted murders
    and/or murder conspiracies. As such, these individuals clearly
    constitute a danger to the community and should be detained.
    In addition, HARDY, SESSOMS, JONES and CAMPBELL are
    charged with the gunpoint kidnapping and attempted robbery of a
    drug dealer. This act of violence further demonstrates the
    danger to the community these individuals, all of whom were
    members and associates of the CMB, represent.
    Finally, the following members of the CMB are charged
    with firearms offenses, including violations of 18 U.S.C. §
    924(c): HARDY, MOORE, MEYERS, RAHEEM, SESSOMS, JONES and
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    1In this regard, it should be noted that DAMION HARDY
    attempted to flee the courtroom at a prior court appearance on
    his underlying indictment and had to be restrained by numerous
    members of the United States Marshal’s Service and other law
    enforcement officers.
    CAMPBELL. The use and possession of firearms by these defendants
    is further evidence of their dangerousness, and such charges
    create a rebuttable presumption that these defendants should be
    detained. See 18 U.S.C. § 3142(e)(establishing a rebuttable
    presumption in favor of detention for 924(c) offenses).
    For all of these reasons, defendants HARDY, MOORE,
    MEYERS, SESSOMS, JONES, RAHEEM, SARKISSIAN and CAMPBELL should be
    detained on dangerousness grounds.
    B. Risk of Flight
    All of the defendants should be detained based on risk
    of flight.1 The potential sentences faced by the defendants are
    so high that no bail package could adequately secure their return
    to court.
    The defendants who were involved in murders as members
    of the Cash Money Brothers - namely DAMION HARDY, ERIC MOORE,
    DWAYNE MEYERS, ZAREH SARKISSIAN and ABUBAKR RAHEEM - potentially
    face the death penalty, or life imprisonment. ISHEEN CAMPBELL,
    the remaining defendant who is charged with violence in aid of
    racketeering, faces a potential sentence of life imprisonment.
    Finally, those defendants who are charged with the distribution
    of cocaine base - namely HARDY, MOORE, MEYERS, JAMES SESSOMS,
    KENWAYNE JONES, ROBERT FOOTMAN, CARL DAVIS, JAMES FARRIOR, LAMONT
    JOHNSON and DJEBARA MCMILLIAN - face a minimum term of
    imprisonment of ten years, see 21 U.S.C. § 841(B)(1)(A)(iii), and
    potentially much longer sentences based on the large quantities
    of cocaine base the CMB sold and the fact that many of these
    defendants have prior felony narcotics trafficking convictions.
    The defendants who are charged with the distribution of
    cocaine base face a rebuttable presumption “that no condition or
    combination of conditions will reasonably assure the appearance
    of [the defendants] as required.” 18 U.S.C. § 3142(e).
    Moreover, given the extremely serious punishments facing the
    defendants if convicted, they all have high incentives to flee to
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    avoid prosecution. As such, all of the defendants should be
    detained based on risk of flight.

    http://www.randomhouse.com/anchor/features/queensreignssupreme/pdf/CMBDetentionLetter.pdf
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  3. Knowledge

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    & if you are wondering, I ain't even read this entire thing..... [funny]

    props if you do
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  4. Flic.

    Flic. N.O till I G.O

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    4real way too much to read
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  5. Knowledge

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    Word... I only even am considering it cause the reviews made this sound entertaining where I found it.
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  6. Venamis

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    in summary?
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  7. Knowledge

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    No clue, haven't read it all myself yet...
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  8. Venamis

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    then why did you post up
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  9. KriminaL

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    Remember when i told you, no-one reads your posts...
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  10. Knowledge

    Knowledge Guest

    So I could read it later... & in case anyone else wanted to read it... [funny]
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    Knowledge Guest

    [funny]...
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  12. MLK_Jr.

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    I read some of it some of this shit is commion knowledge too

    I'm not sure if he actually was thinking that hard but shit if u had ten mill in cash wouldnt u get that house?
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  13. Knowledge

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    See my signature.
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  14. Knowledge

    Knowledge Guest

    Dunno will hit you back later on this though... I got to handle something before I sit & read all this shit,,, I'm like 1/3rd through it...

    [funny]@them being mad there isn't a summary then complaining about no one reading my posts.. the irony...
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  15. Rock Swift

    Rock Swift You dunno SHIT about FUCK

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    Good Post, OLD as fuck though. But I'm sure not many people on here knew about it.
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  16. tbone

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    So 50cent brought the house to make a statement obviously, I mean that'll hurt if I came at you and failed. Than you buck back and caused damage than turn around and brought my crib.


    That would hurt, but what can i do if you protected by the feds. Than also got bullet proof cars and trucks and shyt. I would be even more mad at myself, not being as smart as you.



    all like i should of went and killed you myself
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  17. Xcursion

    Xcursion Midwest Phenomenon

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    Hommo, the person that shot 50 Cent and got killed a few weeks later was Mike Tyson's best friend. Tyson and another person put up 50 Gs a piece to put a hit out on whoever killed him. It could've been anyone in the Cash Money Brothers gang that actually did it, but he could've been aimed at as well bein' that he, like the original before him likes to exploit scenarios or rumors to make it seem as though he did it. i.e. him hintin' at Hommo's murder on "Many Men".

    In short, with all that was mentioned....50 knowin' of the hit and Mike Tyson's bankruptcy issues at the time, he bought the crib to further taunt him later on. It's all a part of 50 bein' 50. Mockin' his enemies wit' the new assets he recieves, mostly at their expense
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  18. KriminaL

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    Good Summary,
    A -
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  19. MLK_Jr.

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    u guys read that 50 cent got shot at 9 times and only got hit 3 times lol not discrediting him he got money off exaggerating shit but wow@ a professional hitman with that bad of aim
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  20. Thoughtz

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    Not going anywhere for a while?

    Grab a Snickers


    why wait
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