Who was the source of Big Meech’s snitch?
After being convicted of running one of the largest drug rings in Michigan history, Big Meech was sentenced to 30 years in prison in 2007.
Prosecutors presented incriminating evidence against Demtrius Flenory and his younger brother Terry at their trial, and they pleaded guilty.
Omari McCree and William Marshall are said to have been the informants on Big Meech, according to various reports.
Demetrius Flenory and his brother Southwest T are accused of being members of the Black Mafia Family.
McCree told the feds that Big Meech supplied him with cocaine, according to Dexter ‘Sosa’ Hussey, a former BMF associate.
He later changed his mind about testifying at the trial, but the evidence had already been provided.
“He (Omari) was going to give information that was going to get his time cut,” Rapper Blue Davinci told DJ Vlad.
“He was going to reveal information that would cause his sentence to be shortened,” Blue explained.
“I’m not sure why he changed his mind, but he never appeared in court.”
It didn’t matter because he’d already given the information.
He continued to say.”
Marshall was also involved and was regarded as the prosecution’s “star witness,” and his cooperation was credited with persuading Meech and Southwest to reach an agreement on the morning of their trial.
“It was Marshall’s decision to cooperate with the government that eventually forced the Flenory’s hand in coping pleas on the morning their trial was supposed to begin in November 2007,” according to an excerpt from The Gangster Report into the BMF.
Former associates of the brothers later claimed that the information provided by snitches was the inspiration for 50 Cent’s biopic of their lives, BMF.
According to local dealers, Omari McCree was a BMF member who was in charge of regularly supplying clients with multi-kilogram quantities of cocaine.
Omari McCree was a high-level distributor for the Flenory organization, according to police wiretaps, and was even “favoured” by Big Meech himself.
Marshall, on the other hand, was thought to have witnessed an unspecified number of drug exchanges.
However, whether he had any direct dealings with the BMF group is unknown.
Before being released on parole, Omari had served less than five years of his 15-year sentence.
In 2011, he came into conflict with the law after assaulting his girlfriend and her friend.
Since then, there has been no information on his whereabouts.
Meanwhile, William Marshall died of a cocaine overdose in a Westland, Michigan jail cell.
He reportedly began having… an hour after he was arrested for marijuana and cocaine possession.
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