Real Crime: Cops Create Fake Rap Label to Catch Real Criminals | A&E

Police organized a massive sting of D.C.’s black market that involved a fake rap label, an undercover music mogul, and over $7 million in illegal drugs. #RealCrime
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40 thoughts on “Real Crime: Cops Create Fake Rap Label to Catch Real Criminals | A&E

  1. undercover is expensive and dangerous. so they do one huge undercover mission ?!
    movies taught us this is how bank robbers think

  2. What lazy cops. Waited a hole year to do anything…… really? People could of died during that time. If they were smart they would of caught them on the first day instead of letting them get away with it for so long

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