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FBI Files Link Wu Tang Clan’s To Murders, Shootings And Drug Trafficking

Hip hop super-group The Wu Tang Clan was involved in carjackings, murders, drug dealing and money laundering, newly released FBI files reveal.

The agency’s dossier on the group’s founding member, Ol’ Dirty Bastard has been released in response to a Freedom of information request.

ODB, aka Russell Jones, died of an accidental drug overdose in 2004, after consuming a mixture of cocaine and opiates.

But the rap group continues and is releasing its 6th album this year.

‘The WTC is heavily involved in the sale of drugs, illegal guns, weapons possession, murder, carjacking and other types of violent crime,’ an early paragraph of the 94 page haul states, according to the blog.

Jones was arrested nine times between April 1, 1987, and Jan. 15, 1999, for a range of crimes that included petty larceny, contempt and nonsupport of a child.

In January 1999, he was charged with attempted murder in the first/second degree, criminal use of a firearm, and unlawful wearing of a body vest, reported.

Riddled with violent crime, the late rapper’s file refers to the murder of Jerome Estrella aka Boo Boo, by an unnamed member of a gang called the Bloods, who allegedly sometimes acted as enforcers for the WTC.

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