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Mar 19, 2013

Illuminati Music Industry : Rap Star Believed That He Had To Sacrifice His Friend To Join Illuminati

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A Henrico County judge Thursday scheduled a two-day trial in June for an aspiring rap star who, according to a prosecutor, apparently believed that he had to sacrifice his friend to reach stardom.


Henrico Circuit Judge L.A. Harris Jr. denied bond Thursday for Wafeeq Sabir El-Amin, 27, after Deputy Commonwealth’s Attorney Thomas L. Johnson described El-Amin as a danger to the public and a man who was so overcome with marijuana when questioned by detectives that he could not remember the events of the month in which he committed the alleged crime.

“You are my sacrifice,” Johnson quoted El-Amin as saying before he allegedly fired a shot toward his friend’s head inside a Henrico home that was to become a music studio.

El-Amin is listed in state records as the registered agent of Break Bread Inc., located in the 1000 block of Athens Avenue just north of Brook and Parham roads.

According to a search warrant, the shooting at the now-abandoned dwelling the night of Dec. 26 occurred after prolonged marijuana use. The victim awoke from a drowsy sleep to see El-Amin pointing a gun at his head and saying he needed to be sacrificed, according to the search warrant.

The bullet ricocheted off the victim’s hand sending bone and skin fragments into his eye, according to the warrant, but the victim was able to get hold of the gun and shoot El-Amin in the stomach before he ran off.

The victim has not been charged.

Johnson said in court Thursday that the trial will delve into the hip-hop music culture and the notion that a secret society called the Illuminati has control over the success of some performers.

It was the belief that a sacrifice had to occur in order to join the kabbalah illuminati that allegedly incited El-Amin, Johnson said. Investigators recovered more than a pound of marijuana from the Athens Avenue home, according to the search warrant, as well as literature dealing with the Illuminati and its alleged connection to the music industry.

Harris, in denying bond for El-Amin, who waved happily to family members in the courtroom Thursday, said he was concerned about Johnson’s representations that El-Amin claimed no knowledge of what occurred in December because of the amount of marijuana he had smoked.

Johnson said in court that a book about the role of the Illuminati in hip-hop music and especially in the career of rap star 50 Cent was an obsession for El-Amin.

El-Amin, who has a South Richmond address and no prior criminal record, is charged with malicious wounding, use of a firearm in commission of a felony, possession of marijuana and possession with intent to distribute marijuana. He was indicted by a grand jury earlier this year.

Harris set the trial for June 26 and 27.

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10 comments:

  1. Thanks for this excellent article.

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  2. The real makivelli

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    1. his dead an not coming back but his spirt walks

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  3. Gee marijuana use? Who'da thunk it? Stupid potheads.

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    1. Who u calling stupid u fukhed. Oh, only about 50% of mankind. I bet your a good little boy that just drinks alcohol. Hypocrite

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    2. true that

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  4. Are these "words in songs" negatively effect our mind or are they more meant to be... hypnotic ?

    PS: some say that event if you listen to this you will start to think in different way.

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  5. Now it's marijuana. How convenient. With some states in the US legalizing it we have a reason to connect marijuana to violent crime. Sheesh, someone needs to write the material, cause this story line is full of holes. Instead of looking at the real culprit, mind control, obsession and mental manipulations that go on with these folks, wanting to be rap stars, we look at marijuana. SMDH

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  6. Who cares he was smoking weed, pretty much all musicians have smoke weed at one point or the other

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  7. 50% of Americans do done sort of drug and 1/3rd smoke reefer, wake up idiot, who ever wrote that comment is stupid themselves for being blind to their surroundings...your boss probably smokes and while you work your sorry butt off for him lol who's the smart one now instead of pothead we should call you dumbhead trying to keep this post g-rated

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