$750 Million To $1 Billion In Counterfeit Items Recovered In Fulton County Atl Flea Market Raid
Fulton County sheriff’s deputies uncovered what they say is hundreds of millions of dollars in counterfeit items during a massive raid.
Major Ophee Hinton told Winne that the retail value of all of the items they collected, if they were real, was between $750 million and $1 billion.
There were approximately 120 booths in the flea market. Deputies had search warrants for 111 of them. A sign just inside the entrance says management strictly prohibits the sale or marketing of counterfeit items.
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We earlier reported that that Future and Playboi Carti are the next targets to be hit with RICO charges by Fulton County DA.
“Homixide is connected to Playboi Carti and nominally to Future, a big name. They’ve had an ongoing rivalry with Henxhmen,” George Chidi revealed on Twitter. “That is, two Bloods sets shooting at one another. There’s a trail of dead and jailed rappers all through this beef.”
“The DA’s office confirmed to me on Friday that Homixide is one of several street gangs on a road to a racketeering charge. I’ll be writing about that soon. But the state of the jail is at least as important,” he continued.
“A side note: I am IN NO WAY suggesting that either of them are somehow at imminent risk of arrest or have committed a crime. I mention them because THEY mention Homixide repeatedly in their music. This street gang has cultural influence because it is a musical reference point,” he clarified.