A bizarre plot by a convicted murderer to have pop star Justin Bieber castrated and killed was uncovered back in December. Now a phone call placed by the inmate to the would be hit men has been released.
Dana Martin, who’s currently serving two life sentences for raping and killing a 15-year-old girl hatched a plot to have Bieber and his bodyguard murdered. Martin enlisted the help of former inmate pal, Mark Staake, and Staake’s nephew, Tanner Ruane to carry out the crime.
In the phone call released today by TMZ, Martin details plans for the hit.
“Did [Staake] go over the Bieber thing with you?” Ruane replied, “Nuh-uh. The way I like to work, dude – I like to know as little as possible. He’s gonna use one of the things you gave him, and then he’s gonna take care of it.”
They further discussed how Bieber and his bodyguard would be castrated then killed. “We went and bought the hedge clippers,” said Ruane. “You’re gonna give me five large ($5,000) for each one I get.” Martin instructed the pair to suffocate the 18-year old singer and his bodyguard. ”Tie it really tight, and that cuts off all the oxygen, and then tie it in the back again, really tight,” Martin instructed. “That seals the deal.” Being the idiots that they are, the plan was foiled because the phone calls were monitored. Staake and Ruane were arrested by border patrol agents after making a wrong turn into Canada. All three men now face two counts each of conspiracy to commit murder and conspiracy to commit aggravated battery.
Even though he was found not guilty of first-degree murder in May 2012, Lil Boosie is still serving out a sentence for drug possession while behind bars. Now, in an exclusive interview with Spin, Boosie speaks on his time in jail and his plans after his release from prison. Boosie discussed the trials of jail, saying that the love of his family and fans has helped him cope with his sentence. He also added that he feels his mission in life is yet to be completed, and that his time in jail has driven him to reinvent himself as both an artist and a person. ”I’ve coped by knowing in my heart that I’m someone special who many people love. If you lose hope in yourself, you’ll make your time hard,” he said. “I always felt that my mission wasn’t complete. I feel I haven’t reached the star power that was destined for me. That makes me keep writing and thinking of ways to better myself as a man and artist…this situation forced me to look at things differently. I had to suffer to learn things about myself, those surrounding me, and God. He put me through this pain for me to come back stronger.”
Boosie also spoke on his post-prison plans, saying that he’s written close to 500 songs that he believes to be some of the best of his career. He also discussed his plans to pen a memoir, titled The Truth, No Lies. ”I have about 500 songs at the moment,” he said. “I feel that I’m making the best music I’ve ever made. The more I go through in life the better my music gets and it’s been crazy the last three years. I keep my music heartfelt and stick to making real music. I wouldn’t even say it’s Hip Hop music. My music is ‘reality rap.’ Hip Hop music can make you dance and bob your head, but it can’t make you cry or touch your heart like reality rap.”
Of his memoir, he added, “I just felt the world needed to hear my life story so those who don’t understand certain things that I rap about, like the struggle, will understand that it’s the struggle that made me who I am today. I want people to know that it’s bigger than rap with me. I have a good heart. I want people who never took the time out to listen to me, to give me a chance.” As previously mentioned, Boosie is currently serving an eight-year sentence for attempting to smuggle codeine, ecstasy and marijuana into jail. It is unknown when the Baton Rouge rapper will be let out of prison, although his attorneys estimate he could be released this summer.
A few days ago, the autopsy report conducted after the death of the Notorious B.I.G. was released almost 16 years after the rapper’s death. Now lawyers representing Biggie are blasting the LAPD for the release of the information. Perry Sanders Jr. said instead of an autopsy report, the LAPD should be releasing details about his murder. Sanders also pretty much posed the question of what good is it to release the autopsy report since the LAPD claims the released the report pictures to bring on new leads. I agree with Sanders, if the police claim they haven’t had a good lead in the 16 years B.I.G. has been dead, what is an autopsy report going to do? I think releasing the information is tasteless and disrespectful to Biggie’s children and his mother.
Sanders’ exact statment was: “What legitimate lead could be stimulated by releasing an autopsy that says Mr. Wallace was shot. When everyone knows that, Why don’t they release some of the clues they have?” The autopsy revealed that although he was shot multiple times, it was a bullet that went through colon, liver, heart and lung was what killed the rapper on that fateful day. I’m sure the LAPD is hoping someone comes forward in the infamous killing since it’s one of the most known unsolved murders and that is not a good look for them. It would be great if Big’s mom, children, family, and friends finally found out the truth of who killed him but I highly doubt this report will help any. Via: IFWT.com