Saturday, January 31, 2015

Suge Knight Had Confrontation With Dr. Dre Before Vehicular Homicide Where He Ran Over The Victim's Head With His Truck


Suge Knight

As reported yesterday on the Judiciary Report, rapper/producer Dr. Dre and former Death Row Records CEO, Marion "Suge" Knight, were having a private dispute over the forthcoming film "Straight Outta Compton" which chronicles the life of the 1980s gangster rap group. Today, TMZ is reporting Dr. Dre had Suge thrown off the movie set on Thursday, January 31, 2015, after he got into a confrontation with security. 

As reported on the Judiciary Report yesterday, Suge has been very concerned over how he is being portrayed in the film, after his violent, threatening conduct over the years towards Ruthless Records founder, the late Eazy E, its former music executive, Terry Heller, as well as Dr. Dre (Suge Knight Wanted For Murder After Deliberately Running Over And Killing A Man From The Film Set 'Straight Outta Compton'). 


Suge Knight during a previous television interview

In fact, Suge was behind the movie set shooting that took place on the set last year (Shooting Breaks Out On The Set Of NWA Biopic Leaving One Person Injured). The shooting, which left one injured, was a warning shot. However, Dr. Dre and company did not get the message and it escalated into this week's deadly vehicular homicide. The fact of the matter is Suge has been stalking the "Straight Outta Compton" film sets for months. 

Industry figures dislike biopics making reference to them, in which they have no control over the film's content. Some filmmakers sensationalize biopics and the truth is nowhere to be found in them (though Suge legitimately did enough dirt there would be no need for sensationalism). However, most do not resort to violence. Suge's raging resentment and jealousy towards Dr. Dre, whom he still feels he owns, hit an all time high when news broke that Apple bought out the music producer's Beatz Audio company, netting the star approximately $300,000,000. News of the biopic recounting Suge's conduct brought things to boiling point.


Members of NWA and the cast and crew of forthcoming biopic "Straight Outta Compton"

Suge, who has a terrible temper and refuses to control it in any manner, was already on probation for previous crimes when this violent incident occurred. Witnesses have already given police statements indicating Suge was the aggressor in the vehicular homicide that occurred this week. The mere fact witnesses stated Suge deliberately ran over the victims with his truck, not once but twice, running over "Training Day" actor Terry Carter's head and killing him, then fleeing the scene, will not play well with a jury (witnesses, paramedics and police must have been horrified seeing such a grisly crime scene). 

This creates a set of serious circumstances that could see Suge locked up for the rest of his life. He is currently being held in Los Angeles County Jail on $2,000,000 bail. Something tells me Suge is going to end up bending over. If only he had controlled his temper. Things would have turned out so differently. Living the "thug life" always leads to trouble. 


Mariah Carey Sued By Nanny Of Her Children For Being Unbearable, Cheap And Jealous


Well, Somebody Doesn't Think Mariah Carey Is A "Vision Of Love"
 


Nick Cannon regarding Mariah Carey: y'all know she's crazy, right!   

Can you imagine being a nanny for Mariah Carey, who is notorious in the music industry for being very difficult and unreasonable (see: Mariah Carey Planning Las Vegas Residency But Will Her Voice Hold Up). Carey bragged that she goes through so many nannies, which should have tipped the public off she is putting these women through an ordeal in caring for her cute little twins. Well, one nanny isn't going to take it anymore. 


Mariah Carey, Nick Cannon and "them babies"

This week is was announced, nanny Simonette DaCosta, sued Carey and estranged husband Nick Cannon, for wrongful termination, stating the children had grown to love her, which upset the singer, who became jealous. DaCosta also stated Carey failed to pay her overtime, despite working her like a dog, calling the nanny at all hours of the day to perform tasks. DaCosta is requesting overtime and damages in the lawsuit, seeking an undisclosed sum. Let's just hope that the adorable kids will be okay, as they've seen and heard too much from two parents at odds with each other.

Friday, January 30, 2015

Suge Knight Wanted For Murder After Deliberately Running Over And Killing A Man Near The Film Set 'Straight Outta Compton'



Marion "Suge" Knight, best known as the violent, former CEO of Death Row Records, who was present when rapper Tupac Skakur was gunned down in the passenger seat of his BMW along the Vegas strip, is in more trouble with the law. Knight is wanted for murder. Knight antagonistically visited the set of the "Straight Outta Compton" movie chronicling the life of the gangster rap group NWA.



Suge Knight

The film includes items regarding the late Ruthless Records CEO, Eazy E, real name Eric Wright, who died of AIDS. In the 1990s, Knight threatened Eazy E with grievous bodily injury and death, if he did not release rapper/producer Dr. Dre from his recording and production contract with Ruthless Records. Dre was released and created Death Row Records with Knight, which lead to terrible acts of violence, in another deal Dre had to flee with nothing, in order to save his life.

 

Members of NWA and the cast and crew of forthcoming biopic "Straight Outta Compton"

Knight was worried about how he would be portrayed in "Straight Outta Compton." The film set had already been the target of violence last year, after shots rang out during a courthouse scene in Compton, injuring an innocent person. Tragedy has struck again, after Knight got into a confrontation with the film crew yesterday. Shortly after, Knight hopped into his truck and ran over two men, killing one with his vehicle, at a nearby restaurant. Witnesses state Knight deliberately ran over the two men, then backed up over them. Knight then fled the scene and is wanted by police for murder.

 

NWA in the 1980s
 
It is not the first time Knight has been accused of murder. He was previously accused of having a police officer murdered in the driveway of the Hollywood Hills mansion he shared with his wife, after they legally separated (and later divorced). Authorities accused Knight of killing the officer for dating his wife. Many blame him for the death of Tupac Shakur, as he walked away from the drive by shooting with a scratch, while his fellow Hollywood "Illuminati" member was hit with several bullets, then taken off life support, succumbing to his injuries.


Tupac Shakur and Suge Knight minutes before the rapper's death

Knight was robbing Tupac, much like he did Dre during that time period. Where Dre walked away without the money and copyrights due to him, after the mogul showed up at his house he shares with his wife and kids, with weapon wielding thugs in tow, Tupac openly protested he wanted the $20,000,000 owed to him. Shortly after, Tupac was killed. The rapper's mother had to sue Knight years later in an effort to recoup the many millions owed to her deceased son.

 
Knight's bullet riddled BMW after the drive by shooting that left him uninjured and Tupac on life support. Tupac died shortly after from his injuries.

The U.S. government knew of the violent crimes being committed by Knight, ranging from aggravated assault to murder, but only arrested him for tax evasion. In the end Knight lost Death Row, his mansion and much of his cash to the government and lawsuits that forced him into bankruptcy court. Knight has refused to change his violent ways, stemming from his days as a street gang member with the Bloods. The Judiciary Report and its sister sites have written about Knight several times for years, imploring him to change his ways. It's regrettable that his conduct has now resulted in the death of another person.

Serial Copyright Thieves Beyonce And Jay Z Sued For Stealing 'Drunk In Love' And Even Including A Clip Of The Original Artist's Voice On The Track

  
 
Jay Z and Beyonce

Chronic copyright infringers, Beyonce and Jay Z, have been sued by a Hungarian singer named Monika Miczura for stealing her preexisting, traditional Roma folk song "Bajba Bajba Pelem" for illegal use on their 2013 song "Drunk In Love." The theft of copyright is so brazen, the mentally deficient couple, Jay Z and Beyonce, even clumsily included a small clip of Miczura's actual singing voice on "Drunk In Love" while trying to plagiarize elements of her preexisting tune.

As many of you know, Jay Z and Beyonce, have been repeatedly sued for copyright infringement and financial fraud in stealing people's copyrights, money and or goods. Many people have dragged them into court over stealing preexisting copyrights. Previously, in a similar case, Jay Z was sued for using singer Demme Ulloa's vocals on his track "H To The Izzo" and never paying her. Jay Z was also sued for stealing Egyptian vocalist Abdel Halim Hafez's song "Khosara Khosara" for use on his profane song "Big Pimpin'."

 
Jay Z and Beyonce

Recently, Beyonce was hit with credible claims she stole the "7/11" music video from the preexisting video of indie artist, OG Maco titled "You Guessed It." Upon viewing both videos, the theft is blatantly apparent. Beyonce also stole the music video for "Countdown" from Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker's "Rosas Danst Rosas. "Single Ladies" was stolen from Bob Fosse's "Mexican Breakfast." "Get Me Bodied" is stolen from Bob Fosse's "Sweet Charity." "Love On Top" is a brazen theft of New Edition's hit video "If It Isn't Love."

There are many more copyright infringement claims against the disgraceful couple. Everything they do is stolen. They've made millions from criminal copyright infringement in acts that make a mockery of the law and decency. Is there any wonder some people on the internet constantly mock Beyonce and Jay Z as "swagger jackers" (see: thieves).

 
A still from Og Maco's video (left) and Beyonce's subsequent theft (right). Other scenes from OG Maco's videos were stolen as well for the infringing Beyonce clip "7/11."

 
A tweet on Twitter from OG Maco indicating Beyonce and her family knew about his work...before Beyonce criminally stole it.

However, thanks to thieves like Jay Z, Beyonce, Madonna, Rihanna, Katy Perry, Coldplay and Simon Cowell, the federal court system is so utterly and thoroughly corrupt, copyright infringement cases never make it to trial due to bribery (stocks, assets, cash and or checks issued in the judges' names or that of their family members or business associates). I have checked many credible copyright cases filed in the federal court system, where the copying/infringements are absolutely blaring and not a single one made it to trial. A small percentage of them were settled, but 90% of the cases were all dismissed by corrupt federal judges based on opinion and not the law.

It's not like state court, where unethical judges can be voted out for corruption, simply by notifying the public of their bad behavior. Federal judges are appointed and well paid for life on the taxpayers' dime and a number of said jurists behave very badly as a result. There are federal judges illegally playing character witnesses for thieving stars in glowing dismissal rulings, via conduct that is an absolute disgrace to the legal system. It is an alarming trend that has led American and international litigants to forgo suing in America, in favor of courts in Britain and Europe. However, Hollywood has no shame or they would comprehend the disgrace and what it means to actually bring an entire court system into domestic and international disrepute. If Congress does not act on this matter, the federal court system's name will never recover.

Sam Smith Settles With Tom Petty Over Stealing His Song For 'Stay With Me'


Captiol Records recording artist Sam Smith has been hit with a copyright infringement claim by legendary singer and musician, Tom Petty. Petty is famous for songs such as "Free Fallin" and "You Don't Know How It Feels." Petty sued 22-year-old newcomer Smith over the 2014 song "Stay With Me." The song bears a striking resemblance to Petty's preexisting copyrighted song "I Won't Back Down" which was released in 1989. Smith has settled out of court, paying a financial settlement, issuing a 12.5% cut of royalties and a songwriting credit to Petty and his co-writer Jeff Lynne.

Smith has been nominated for six Grammys for a song that is stolen. The Grammys have become infamous for giving out the coveted statute to thieving artists such as Madonna, Beyonce, Jay Z, Rihanna and Coldplay, completely devaluing the award. The award isn't worth anything anymore. It's an absolute disgrace and destined for trouble. Something socially and financially negative is already coming out of all this stealing, as U.S. music sales are at an all time low.

Awards need to be rescinded and people forced to give back trophies for having the gall to collect prizes for intellectual property they criminally stole from others. It's is utterly shameful and a black mark on society sending the nasty message, you don't have to work hard in life, just steal. Artists such as Madonna, Beyonce, Jay Z, Rihanna and Coldplay, who are all in Kabbalah, are modern day Milli Vanillis, but worse. Milli Vanilli didn't steal from anyone.


Thursday, January 29, 2015

Rihanna Rips Off Jewelry Company

Rihanna's rip off (Photo comparison credit: TMZ)

Rihanna has been publicly slammed by jewelry company, Coronet Diamonds, for stealing their copyrighted and trademarked logo and ad, for use on one of her projects. According to TMZ, Coronet Diamonds sent Rihanna a cease and desist letter regarding her infringing conduct. They demanded she apologize for the theft, but she has refused to do so.

Once again, Rihanna is showing the whole world she is a thief, who does not care about other people's property rights. Rihanna has been sued several times for copyright infringement with claims of the same in the pre-filing stage, backing up at her record label. Rihanna's label has struggled to find new material for her album, that has suffered repeated delays, with two pre-release songs being slammed by the public (a rip off sounding track that steals from Drake and a Paul McCartney and Kanye West collaboration being panned online as wack). For more on Rihanna's brazen, illegal acts of intellectual property theft, see article links below.

Floyd Mayweather And Manny Pacquiao Meet At A Miami Heat Game As Deadline Draws Near For Megafight


Manny Pacquaio and Floyd Mayweather finally meet after years of trash talking each other in interviews and on social networking. Floyd is looking at Manny like he found the mythical Lochness monster (LOL). Manny looks all tranquil.

Two legendary boxers finally met each other. Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather met courtside at a Miami Heat basketball game this week. The two sat on opposite sides of the court, but ended up speaking to each other and exchanging telephone numbers. Sports commentators and fans on social networking were happy at the news, as it gave hope the two will finally step into the ring in a boxing bout.


 
Mayweather and Pacquiao hug each other

For years the two sides have openly argued about terms of a potential fight, but nothing materialized. Two weeks ago Pacquiao stated he gave Mayweather a January 31, 2015 deadline to sign a contract to fight him or he would go elsewhere. A week later Pacquiao met up with British boxer Amir Khan in London, which attracted a lot of attention.

 

Pacquiao and Mayweather exchange numbers

The informal meeting between Pacquiao and Khan made headlines, as publications announced the two pugilists are in talks for a boxing match. It certainly got Mayweather's attention. Mayweather should fight Pacquiao. It's only fair to the fans who have made them rich. Pacquiao should also fight Amir Khan. It would make for good boxing. Khan should also fight Kell Brook.

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

An Offended Michelle Obama Glares In Anger As Saudi Arabian Men Refuse To Shake Her Hand During An Official Visit (Photos)

 
Michelle Obama frowning in Saudi Arabia after being snubbed

First Lady, Michelle Obama, accompanied her husband, U.S. President, Barack Obama, on an official visit to Saudi Arabia, after the death of King Abdullah. The president was greeted with handshakes, but his wife was snubbed (and her face showed it), as women are considered second class citizens in Saudi Arabia, who do not have the same rights as men.

Look at the expression on Mrs. Obama's face (LOL)

Mrs. Obama was required to walk behind her husband and not inline with him during the visit. There are news reports indicating an extremist edited Mrs. Obama out of You Tube footage of the official visit, for not covering her hair and wearing a bright blue jacket. Women in Saudi Arabia are not allowed to drive, must cover their hair at all times and wear black, loose fitting clothes that show no skin. 

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Michelle Obama is not impressed: Grim-faced First Lady meets the Saudi king as members of his entourage refuse to shake her hand

Published: 14:20 EST, 27 January 2015 | Updated: 21:26 EST, 27 January 2015 - Michelle Obama did not look happy on Tuesday when she had to cut short her visit to India to accompany her husband on a trip to a country where women aren't even allowed to drive cars. The First Lady bowed and beamed as she boarded Air Force One in New Dehli on Tuesday, but by the time she landed in Saudi Arabia a few hours later, she had traded her floral dress for a more conservative long-sleeved jacket and slacks - as well as a new scorned expression. 

In pictures at the airport and Egra Palace, Mrs Obama pursed her lips and glared as she stood her husband who cancelled their trip to the Taj Mahal in order to pay respects to the Saudi royal family on the death of King Abdullah.

Outfit change: When the president and Mrs Obama left India on Tuesday, she was dressed in a floral dress. Though her husband wore the same suit and polka-dot tie when they landed in Saudi Arabia, Mrs Obama had changed into a long-sleeve coat and slacks to cover up in the conservative Muslim country. 

While the oil-rich Saudis are America's biggest Arab ally, the relationship has come under increased scrutiny over the conservative Muslim country's questionable human rights record - including their treatment of women. In addition to not being able to drive, Saudi women must always have a male chaperone when going out in public, they can't try on clothes while shopping or open a bank account without their husband's permission. And despite most Saudi women being educated, they make up just a sliver of the work force... 

Letting her hair down: Mrs Obama did not wear a headscarf on Tuesday, though Saudi women are required not to let any of their hair show in public. Western women who visit the country do not need to cover their hair, but conservative dress like the outfit sported by the First Lady is necessary... 

Following the president and Mrs Obama's brief four-hour visit to Saudi Arabia on Tuesday, a video surfaced online showing the First Lady's image blurred out from video broadcast aired on a state television station. The video caused outrage from Westerners online, who thought Mrs Obama was edited out of the broadcast for wearing her hair uncovered and sporting a bright blue jacket. However, it appears that the video was actually edited by a third party with extremist views...