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R&B veteran R. Kelly is lawyering up. The award-winning crooner has reportedly hired TV icon Bill Cosby‘s attorney amid serious sex cult accusations. According to reports, Kells has hired the talent of legal muscle Monique Pressley.


Rick Ross's roster for Maybach Music Group is pretty impressive, including him, Wale, and Meek Mill–but it’s not hard to notice he doesn’t have any talented women on his team. When Ross was asked why he hasn’t given any female rappers a chance to shine on his label. He replied: “You know I never did it because I always thought I would end up f**king the female rapper and f**king the business up.”


Rihanna is desperate to continue acting. The 29-year-old singer appears in 'Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets', as well as 'Ocean's Eight', and the star has revealed she is keen to pursue a career in the movie industry and feature in ''a lot more'' productions. Speaking to the Metro newspaper about her future in the entertainment industry, she said: ''I love it and it's something I want to do a lot more of.


Amber Rose has claimed her ex-boyfriend and rapper Kanye West ''bullied'' her for ''seven years'' following their break-up in 2010. In Related News: Amber Rose has dubbed Blac Chyna has ''extremely loving'' in the wake of her explosive fall out with ex-fiancée Rob Kardashian.


Lupita Nyong'o was given a ''superhero'' makeover for this year's Comic-Con event. The 34-year-old actress adorned an Elie Saab gown to the star-studded bash to promote her new film the 'Black Panther.'


Trey Songz has announced his successful entry into Halle Berry‘s direct messages. "I pray she responds.'











A few months ago, we reported on an upcoming movie (American Made) based on drug smuggling pilot Barry Seal (1st pic) starring Tom Cruise.




A gifted pilot, Barry Seal used his personal plane to smuggle cocaine for the Medellin drug cartel. Seal claimed that he had earned up to $100 million and smuggled as much as $5 billion worth of cocaine into the US. After he was indicted on conspiracy to smuggle Quaaludes into Florida in 1984, he tried to cut a deal to avoid jail time. When the US attorney heading the case refused to drop all charges in exchange for Seal’s work as an informant, Seal hopped in his Learjet and flew to the White House. There, he met with members of the Reagan administration, including Vice President George H.W. Bush’s task force on crime. The task force made Seal an undercover DEA operative and supplied him with a military cargo plane to smuggle cocaine from Nicaragua into the US as part of a sting operation. The cocaine in Seal’s plane was allegedly provided by the Sandinista government shortly before the Reagan administration became embroiled in the Iran-Contra scandal for illegally supplying arms and assistance to the Sandinistas’ enemies, the Contras.


Hidden cameras on the plane took photographs of the smuggling operation. The Reagan administration distributed the photos to the press, later using them to try to justify arming the Contras.  At this time, Barry Seal also worked for the CIA, which had allegedly been sponsoring Contra groups that smuggled cocaine into the US. The money from drug sales then allegedly funded the Contras. If true, this meant that the CIA was backing a drug smuggling operation into the US.Seal was now a free man, who did community service instead of jail time for the crimes he committed. However, the leak of information showed Seal’s face and allowed the cartel to identify him as a traitor. Before Seal could begin his public service work at a Salvation Army in Louisiana, he was found dead in his car with multiple bullet wounds riddling his body.


The killers were believed to be Colombian assassins who were apprehended at Louisiana’s border after Seal’s murder. They were sentenced to life in prison without parole. Seal’s death ended the DEA’s investigation into Medellin drug smuggling.


At the time of his death, Seal purportedly had the personal, unlisted phone number of then Vice President Bush in his wallet.



Donald Joel Aronow (March 3, 1927 – February 3, 1987) was a designer, builder and racer of the famous Magnum Marine, Cary, Cigarette, Donzi, and Formula speedboats. He built speedboats for the Shah of Iran, Charles Keating, Robert Vesco, Malcolm Forbes, and George H. W. Bush. Retired President Lyndon Johnson owned several 16 ft. Donzi speedboats on his Texas ranch with which he would race his Secret Service agents.



The Cigarette boat he created is still considered the Ferrari of speed boats among the rich and famous. 



The success of the show "Miami Vice," increased Cigarette sales.


Once Aronow was able to formally open his new company, he started Cigarette Racing Team using his own designs in 1970. Having sold Cigarette for the last time in 1982 (after having sold it and purchasing it back in the late 1970s while merging it with his own Squadron Marine), he formed USA Racing Team and built the Blue Thunders, 39-foot catamarans used by the United States Customs Service to patrol U.S. waters and run down illegal offshore activities, especially drug smuggling. Aronow's close friend at the time, Vice President George Bush, was a former Cigarette owner and was involved in testing out the 39-foot cats prior to government approval.


Aronow's boats won over 350 offshore races and he was a two-time world champion and three-time U.S. champion. He had been elected to every powerboating Hall of Fame in existence and as stated above, he and Gar Wood were the only two Americans to have ever received the UIM Gold Medal of Honor.


The great speed of Cigarette boats also made them a popular choice among cocaine runners. On February 3, 1987, Aronow was murdered in his car at the end of 188th Street in Miami where his boat companies operated. Aronow had just left from a meeting with Bob Saccenti, part owner of Apache Power Boats together with partner Ben Kramer. Witnesses said that a powder blue Lincoln pulled next to Mr. Aronow's car from the opposite direction, and when Aronow rolled down its window the driver opened fire. Another witness tried to follow the Lincoln as it fled but could not catch the killer(s). The Lincoln drove over the grass to get away.

Nearly a decade later, two men pleaded no contest to charges related to Aronow's killing.

Aronow also had George Bush's unlisted phone number in his wallet.







In 1987, at age 21, Halle Berry was living on her own in New York City and she was down to her last dollar. She wasn’t particularly worried, though. She’d asked her mother, Judith Ann, for money, and her mother had never turned her down. This time was different. Her mother refused. As a result, Berry had to live in a homeless shelter. Although Berry refused to talk to her mother for 18 months, she later realized that the incident taught her to become self-sufficient. “I vowed never to ask my mother or anybody for anything, ever,” Berry said. “And I didn’t.” In retrospect, she’s grateful for her mother’s action.



The last year Kareem Abdul-Jabbar played in the NBA, on his farewell tour, he was lavished with numerous gifts from various franchises.


The gifts included: 3 trips to Vail, Co. for skiing, a seven day Pacific cruise for two, a Harley-Davidson motorcycle, a 24-foot sail boat, a custom made surf board, a lighted tennis court that was constructed on the grounds of his mansion and a new Rolls Royce.




People are still wondering why the following was omitted from the New Edition miniseries:


1989: The road security manager of the vocal trio Guy was shot to death and another man was critically wounded in a dispute involving the crew members of the groups Guy and New Edition.


Anthony Bee of NYC was pronounced dead of gunshot wounds to his shoulders and chest.


New Edition's production manager Ronald Byrd of Buffalo was arrested on a criminal homicide and firearms violations.


The dispute allegedly began during a performance in North Carolina the night before that carried over into Pittsburgh.


The argument which turned into a fist fight began over a dispute of stage time and New Edition was concerned about being upstaged by Guy according to the Pittsburgh police.







The Scottsboro Boys were nine African American teenagers accused in Alabama of raping two White American women on a train in 1931. The landmark set of legal cases from this incident dealt with racism and the right to a fair trial. The cases included a lynch mob before the suspects had been indicted, all-white juries, rushed trials, and disruptive mobs. It is commonly cited as an example of a miscarriage of justice in the United States legal system.




Ruby Bates (above and below) was like Victoria Price, a poor Huntsville mill worker who became one of the two accusers of the Scottsboro Boys. But, unlike Price, Bates later recanted her story of rape aboard a Chattanooga to Memphis freight train, and went on to actively campaign for the release of the jailed black defendants whereas Price took the lie to the grave.



Bates had a tough childhood. Her mother was a prostitute. Her father was a shiftless drunk who would beat her, her mother, and her siblings. When her father was jailed for horse-whipping her brother, the family left and began to move from one northern Alabama town to another before settling in Huntsville, where, at age fifteen, Ruby took a job in the Margaret cotton mill. Bates lived with her family in an unpainted wooden shack in worst part of Huntsville. Her family was the only white family on the block. Contrary to popular belief, segregation did not reach to the lower rungs of southern society, and Ruby lived, played, and slept with blacks.

Bates was frequently described as a "notorious prostitute." A defense affidavit of a resident of Chattanooga, where Bates rented a room for a time in a boarding house, stated that Bates often had "negro men in her room all night," and would sleep with as many as three men in an afternoon.

As a prosecution witness in the first trials in Scottsboro, Bates proved to be much less effective that the brasher and more confidant Price. Shy, inarticulate, and insecure, Bates was a poor liar.

Moreover, she could not identify any of her attackers and failed to corroborate Price on key points of her testimony.

Less than nine months after the first trial, Bates wrote her then boyfriend, Earl Streetman, a letter in which she denied having been raped: "those Negroes did not touch me....i hope you will believe me the law dont....i wish those Negroes are not Burnt on account of me." At the end of 1932, Bates left Huntsville for Montgomery, then Chattanooga, then New York City, where she landed a job in a tourist camp on the outskirts of the city. The Scottsboro case was in the papers, and Bates decided to visit a prominent minister named Harry Emerson Fosdick and confess her lies. Fosdick encouraged her to return to Alabama and tell the truth.

Bates was a surprise witness for the defense in the second Haywood Patterson trial. She recanted her story of the rape, saying she was encouraged by Price to make the false accusation as a way of deflecting attention from possible charges of vagrancy or Mann Act (crossing state lines for immoral purposes) that they otherwise may have faced when they were among those rounded up by the posse in Paint Rock. Thomas Knight was merciless on cross-examination. He shouted at her, pointed out every minor inconsistency in her story, and suggested she had been bought by the communists. In his summation, Knight said that Bates "sold out for a gray coat and a gray hat." Bates's performance at the trial made her an object of intense southern scorn, and she had to be whisked into hiding by heavily armed deputies.

After the trial, Bates headed northeast and joined the International Labor Defense campaign for release of the Scottsboro Boys. Her speeches mixed communist rhetoric and apologies. She said "she was sorry for all the trouble that I caused them," and said she did so because she was "frightened by the ruling class of Scottsboro." She appeared in rallies, parades, and went to Washington where she met with the Speaker of the House and Vice President John Garner.

In 1940, Bates moved to Washington state, where she married. She returned to Alabama in the 1960's. She died on October 27, 1976 at age sixty-three.




Haywood Patterson (above) was, as much as anyone, at the center of the contoversy surrounding the Scottsboro Boys. It was Patterson's hand that was stepped on by a white boy while he was hanging to the side of a tank car, leading to a fight, the train's interception by a posse, and the eventual arrest and prosecutions of the Scottsboro Boys. It was Patterson, viewed as the most guilty and the most defiant of the Boys, who prosecutors chose as their first target after the initial convictions from the first trials were overturned. It was Patterson who faced the most trials and convictions (four between 1931 and 1937), did the hardest time in Alabama prisons, managed the most prison escapes (two), and whose story was first told in the book Scottsboro Boy.

Patterson was eighteen at the time he was accused of rape by Victoria Price and Ruby Bates. He was born in Georgia, the son of a sharecropper who later moved to Chattanooga to take work as a steelworker. Patterson left school after the third grade, working as a delivery boy for a time after he quit. He was already a veteran of the rails when arrested in Paint Rock in 1931, having ridden trains from Ohio to Florida to Arkansas, looking for work, since he was fourteen.

Patterson entered jail illiterate, but within eight months was writing letters home, reading, and challenging guards to name a state that he could not name the capitol of. His favorite prison reading, when he could get his hands on it, was the magazine True Detective. Patterson's smarts, his enterprising nature, and his defiance helped him tolerate the tough conditions of Alabama prison life better than most of the other Scottsboro Boys. Patterson, however, was given to rapid mood swings; one letter might be hopeful and upbeat, while in the next he might be complaining of "nightmares and restless moments." Throughout the early years of the Scottsboro cases, Patterson was recognized by the ILD as being the most loyal, most militant, and most spirited of the Boys.

After being falsely accused of rape in 1931, Patterson spent the next sixteen years in Alabama courtrooms and prisons. Tried four times, Patterson was convicted and sentenced to death three times, before receiving a seventy-five year sentence from his fourth jury. Patterson, either awaiting trial or serving time, spent time in jails and prisons in Scottsboro, Decatur, Birmingham, Kilby (the death house), and Atmore.

Prison life in Alabama was never easy, but some times were especially tough. One night, the night originally set for his own execution, Patterson watched and listened from his own six-foot by nine-foot cell as another inmate was electrocuted in a nearby room at Kilby. Of the experience Patterson said, "If I live to be 100, I'll never forget it." Atmore, a prison near Mobile, was the hell-hole of hell-holes. Atmore was filled with sadistic and even murderous guards, murderous inmates, rampant homosexual rape, and venemous snakes. Several times he was whipped. He was left without food for as long as a week at a time. He was kept in solitary confinement. He was surrounded by so many poisonous snakes that he was driven to tempting fate by draping them over his shoulders or putting them inside his shirt. On one occasion the prison bookkeeper offered two other black inmates $50 each to kill Patterson, but instead they warned him. In February 1941, he was stabbed twenty times, puncturing his lungs, by an inmate paid by a guard to kill him. Deprived of normal outlets for sex, Patterson became an aggressive homosexual ("a wolf") with his own "gal-boy." He attacked another prisoner with a switchblade for having sex with "his kid": "He didn't try to take my gal-boy away from me after that; nobody did."

Patterson held a variety of jobs in prison. He swept floors, worked rice and corn fields. For some time he ran an unofficial general store out of his cell. At Kilby, Patterson was responsible for carrying dead inmates out of the execution chamber.

Patterson managed two escapes. The first in April, 1943 gave Patterson five days of freedom before he was returned to Atmore to face even harsher treatment from prison guards. The second escape occurred on July 17, 1947, when Patterson was working on a prison farm. He and a number of other inmates began running through tall rows of corn, then out into woods, through snake-infested creeks. Cornered by three dogs, Patterson drowned two before scaring off the third. After a few close calls, Patterson made his way to Atlanta, then Chattanooga, then to the home of his sister in Detroit. At age thirty-six, Patterson was able to enjoy his first beer.

For the next three years, Patterson lived underground. He rediscovered women. He made contact with Scottsboro supporters. He, at the urging of I.F. Stone told his story in a book published in 1950, The Scottsboro Boy. Shortly after publication of his book, Patterson was arrested by the F.B.I. Alabama asked that Patterson be returned to Alabama, but Michigan Governor G. Mennen Williams refused extradition after a nationwide letter-writing campaign was mounted on Patterson's behalf.

In December, 1950, Patterson was arrested in connection with a barroom brawl that resulted in the death of another man. Patterson was charged with murder. Patterson claimed self-defense. His first trial resulted in a hung jury, a second ended in a mistrial, and a third resulted in a manslaughter conviction. Less than a year after Patterson returned to prison, on August 24, 1952, he was dead of cancer at age thirty-nine.








You've probably heard of Napoleon Hill's legendary book "Think and Grow Rich," (2nd pic) which has sold over 15 million copies worldwide.

The bestselling book was the end result of interviewing and researching over 500 successful men and women in an effort to discover the exact method they used in order to achieve their respective goals.

Included among these 500 men and women were Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, Theodore Roosevelt, Charles Schwab, Woodrow Wilson, Alexander Graham Bell, John D. Rockefeller, along with many others.
In the introduction of his book, Napoleon Hill gives mention of a Hidden Secret, which was in essence, the exact how-to methodology of thinking and achieving the goals you desire, not just that of financial success.


The secret is revealed in the book: "The Hidden Secret in Think And Grow Rich," (first pic). 


Examples: "If you are ready for the secret, you already possess one half of it."

"If you are ready to put it to use, you will recognize it at least once in every chapter."
"Somewhere as you read, the secret to which I refer will jump from the page and stand boldly before you, if you are ready for it! When it appears, you will recognize it."



Book Review:


I read the book and agree with it whole heartedly. I believe this was the much needed follow up to Napoleon Hill's classic.

When I first read "Think and Grow Rich," I missed the secret, so my results were great, but they were not consistent.

You will certainly enlighten a lot of souls."

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This ebook shows you how to purchase your dream car or SUV at auction; saving thousands in the process. 


The ebook "How To Buy Cars At Auction," provides an array of information regarding car auctions; unknown to the public.


On the show "Miami Vice," Don Johnson portrayed a cop yet drove a convertible Ferrari that he purchased at a car auction (the type of auction described in the above ebook).


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Oils and Fats
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Soda (Diet and Regular)
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Imagine what you would do and where you would go if you knew how to live a complete life with all your needs met for $20 a day? Would you head to a national park like Yellowstone, Yosemite or Glacier and hike and photograph wildlife for a month? Would you relax a month away on Florida's pristine white powder sand beaches sipping cold Mojito's? Would you hit the tables in Vegas for some exciting gaming, outrageous pool parties, followed by a mind blowing world class show? Would you dine out every night for a week on the pier in San Francisco? Would you go hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, biking, boating, surfing, skiing, or otherwise get off the grid and out of the grind for a month or two at a time? Click the above image to learn more.




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Vail: (Black supermodel turned-intelligence broker/assassin-in-training)....

Ryder: (CIA agent who went rogue/current enforcer and assassin for an illegal spider network).

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Dominique Desiree: (Superstar attorney who unwittingly gets entangled in a web of deceit & deception).

Also starring: Jacks (CIA), G-Mac (Weapons Specialist), Dayna (HIV Assassin), Lear (CIA/Hollywood Fixer), Nikki (Freelance Assassin), Phelps (3-Charley/Sweeper), Lauryn (heads a cocaine banking cartel) and Cartier, (Former Black Hollywood drug kingpin/International Fugitive)......

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