Newly-unearthed documents from the trial of two Staten Island kingpins show that the Federal Bureau of Investigations looked into the possibility that members of the Wu-Tang Clan ordered a hit on two drug dealers in 1999. According to the file, the victims were possibly killed as part of an orchestrated hit in retaliation for their robbing family members of Wu-Tang founders RZA and Raekwon. The lawyer of one of the men convicted in the slayings is now seeking more of such documents, seemingly in an attempt to demonstrate that the rappers are liable for the two deaths and not his client.
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