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TERRY IN L.A.: At the January 2006 hearing in relation to the October 2005 case, DEA agent Bell testified, "At one point primarily Demetrius Flenory resided and worked out of the Atlanta area and Terry Flenory out of the Los Angeles, California, area." According to documents filed in the case, "In 2000, Mr. Flenory moved to Los Angeles with his girlfriend and her children."
SOUTHWEST T'S PHONE CALLS: A) The calls describing the Bentley, the Lakers tickets and the phone call about the Missouri drug busts were described in documents filed in the October 2005 federal case. B) DEA agent Bell testified about the intercepted phone calls during the January 2006 hearing in relation to the case. Bell described the conversation between Calvin "Playboy" Sparks' two brothers and Southwest T as follows: "[The brothers] were concerned about their brother having to do time and take the fall for that seizure and that arrest in St. Louis area. They were initially concerned when they talked with Terry Flenory that Christopher ["Pig"] Triplett would turn state's evidence, would begin to cooperate and would hurt their brother and cause him to be incarcerated. ... Terry Flenory told them ... essentially that they didn't need to worry, that Chris Triplett, Pig, as he's called, would live up to his responsibilities, that the attorney they had hired would let them know if he was going to cooperate anyway, and basically not to worry about it." C) Regarding the call between Southwest T and his sister, Bell told the court: "This telephone conversation was probably more then 30 minutes in length and at one point Terry Flenory said in referring to Demetrius that, 'We've always been 50-50 partners.' Both Terry Flenory and [his sister] were discussing that Demetrius was out of hand and Terry was essentially complaining about how flamboyant his brother Demetrius was being and that it was a concern that would bring law enforcement problems down on all of them." Bell also testified that Southwest T had talked on the phone about Meech's lifestyle being too wild: "Demetrius Flenory was living a flamboyant lifestyle that was likely or possible to land him in jail or trouble with law enforcement or also affect Terry Flenory adversely the same way, and ... he did not want to end up that way. He didn't want to end up being locked up for years and at one point said that he could do five years but he something to the effect he 'couldn't do no 20.'" And later in the hearing, Bell said that Southwest T and his sister "discussed that Demetrius was basically using drugs and/or alcohol excessively and was out of hand hanging out with a crowd of people that were not good for him and the family, kind of just causing a lot of stress between brothers."
MEECH'S SCARCITY: Documents filed by Meech's attorney in relation to the October 2005 federal case state: "Of the more than 1,000 [of Southwest T's] telephone calls listened to through the use of wiretaps, not a single call involved the Defendant talking about drugs or engaging in drug deals."
FOLLOWING OMARI: Former Fulton County prosecutor Rand Csehy, who headed the BMF investigation for that office, told CL that agents of an inter-agency task force spent "hundreds of hours" poring over the information gathered from wiretaps on the phones of Omari McCree and Jeffery Leahr. B) At a Feb. 13, 2006, hearing in relation to a June 2005 case in Fulton County, Csehy told the court: "During the wiretaps, it was learned that Mr. McCree and Mr. Leahr were members, distributors of cocaine, for the organization known as the Black Mafia Family or BMF headed by Demetirus Flinnery [sic] and receiving orders ... from him with regard to distribution of cocaine." C) In the wiretapped conversations, Omari and those who called him spoke of several BMF members with whom investigators were familiar, including BMF Entertainment chief operating officer Chad "J-Bo" Brown, the rapper Bleu DaVinci and Bleu's little brother, Marque "Baby Bleu" Dixson.
OMARI'S STATEMENT: On June 8, 2005, shortly after his arrest on cocaine-trafficking charges, Omari McCree gave the following statement to an investigator with the inter-agency task force HIDTA (High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area):
"Are you familiar with BMF?" the investigator asked.
"I learned about BMF back in 1999," Omari said. "They were not called BMF at that time. ..."
"In 1999, whom did you know as members of BMF?"
"I knew of only Meech and Bleu DaVinci."
"When did you become a part of BMF?"
"In 2002, after meeting Meech's son at a birthday party in Florida."
"Have you ever heard of the elevator?"
"Where is the elevator located?"
"Have you ever heard of the gate?"
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