Paperwork Wednesday – Week 1

Welcome to Paperwork Wednesday, our new Wednesday segment featuring paperwork and electronic files relating to our numerous past legal cases.  All of the paperwork is from cases that are not current and have been closed.  The photo below features just some of our paper from one of the 4 Boroughs that had brought charges against us in New York City.  These documents include multiple CD’s (that include digital files and records from multiple email providers), Search Warrants, Protective Orders, Complaint Reports, Phone Records, Texts, PEN registers, etc.  These files were made possible by the New York District Attorney’s Office and the warrants they obtained for various individuals.

This week’s featured paperwork is actually an electronic file in the form of an email obtained from search warrants placed on several writer’s email accounts.  To make a long story short one of us was raided at a yard on December 16th, 2007 at a spot another writer  knew we were going to.  He was supposed to come along on the mission that night, but at the last minute canceled due to unspecified circumstances.  Our lookout (a local NY writer) was on the phone with Cope2 the entire time, unbeknownst to us.  After narrowly escaping a set-up raid by foot chase on the snowy streets of Jerome Ave we drove around the surrounding streets to pick up our lookout, who we then realized was on the phone with Cope2, Cope2 became frustrated and frantic,  yelling on the phone and insisting that he had nothing to do with it, even though no one ever accused him of being involved  at that point in time.  It was all very weird and awkward.

Below is the email I received the next day, forwarded to us in attempt to explain why the raid happened in the yard. This email includes and mentions panels painted by other people around the same time frame as the raid, supposedly to prove the point that the yard was heated by other writers, not by any contact with Law Enforcement.  The photos sent were of a yard that is not the yard we were raided at, nor one near the yard we were raided at, so we fail to see the relevance.  By this email being sent we received transit photos of other writers (who we do not know personally) that contained .exif data specific to the original Third Party sender.  This is all information that the NYPD and the Bronx District Attorney’s Office has had since mid 2008, due to multiple search warrants.

Deponent: In law, a deposition is the out-of-court oral testimony of a witness that is reduced to writing for later use in court or for discovery purposes.

*These files are from a closed case.  All events described above have resulted in formal indictments which led to jail sentences that have been served.  Names are blacked out by the courts due to protective orders on the documents above.

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160 Responses to “Paperwork Wednesday – Week 1”

  1. […] list there’s also Utah, though she is not in the official media release, maybe because of the big problems with Cope2 that have been recently shared with the global audience. #gallery-1 { margin: auto; } […]

  2. mikefromGHillprojects says:

    Little Freddy has always wanted to be pet like a dog but when real dudes turned there back on this sucker he started sucking VS dick….Straight up coward who wants so bad to be liked. Dude aint never changed.

  3. joker says:

    i’m curious about the kinds of surveilance they can do on skype

  4. DubbleX says:

    Over and over I write my name till I quickly go insane
    DubbleX …

  5. […] list there’s also Utah, though she is not in the official media release, maybe because of the big problems with Cope2 that have been recently shared with the global […]

  6. spook says:

    My name is Joe,

    Joe hates to beat a dead horse in the subway graffiti abattoir–


    Just by looking at the affidavit you’ll notice that the redacted name in question is surely representational of none other than Fernando Carlo. Taking into account the spacing, the horizontal bar at the top of what could be referred to as ‘char. 1′, forms a capital ‘F’ — and the vertical bar, poking its head out like none other than Kilroy himself, which would logically correspond as ‘char. 7′ forms a lowercase ‘d’.

    If you typeset in accordance with the document the name fits perfectly. Now unless you dose a transit cope with acid and flip him with a sexpot I don’t think you will get a more definitive answer.

    Keep the noble hiphop spray abound,

  7. Ransom says:

    fuck the fucking pussie ass police and their pussie ass snitches and fucking snoopin on phones n shit fuck em

  8. […] list there’s also Utah, though she is not in the official media release, maybe because of the big problems with Cope2 that have been recently shared with the global […]

  9. PARIS DF says:

    ”WOW” this is pretty crazy

  10. sleepy says:

    YOU GUYS ARE SO MUCH BETTER THAN COPE2 FUCK SNITCHES , getting the cops involved cuz they can’t handle the streets an they know it. It’s a fluke some shit head like that has gotten anywhere. AND we all know bitches swing when they jealous prolly like shit this bitch keeps up with her man and shes hot plus I’m stuck with this cope2 jerk off.

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