Monday, October 25, 2010

Was T.I. Actually A Victim Of The LAPD?!?

Man, if there's a luckier man than Clifford Smith, I've yet to meet him.

How else do you explain being busted with a car full of drugs on Sunset, violating your parole from a prior arrest for illegally amassing a stockpile of military-grade firearms, and still getting off with a quick gubb'ment paid country club vacation.

Thank you high-priced Jewish lawyers Jesus!!!
T.I. is finally getting a break -- TMZ has learned the L.A. County District Attorney has rejected the drug case stemming from his arrest last month ... and we're told there may have been legal problems with the case.

As TMZ first reported, T.I. and his wife were busted back on September 1 for possession of a controlled substance. According to the D.A.'s Office, they are not going forward with charges because, in essence, he's already been sentenced to prison since the arrest was a violation of his federal probation.

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However, law enforcement sources tell TMZ, there were significant legal issues over probable cause which led to T.I.'s arrest.

Cops claimed they smelled marijuana but no pot was ever booked into evidence. And, we're told ...T.I. was pulled out of his $250,000 Maybach immediately after he made the illegal U-turn and prior to any registration check.
So in short, LA County is dropping its charges because they didn't have evidence, and pulled TI out the car before making him show his rental agreement for that Maybach. This doesn't spare him the Fed time for violating his probation (what violation?) but it prolly means he'll be back home by King Day, rather than Labor Day.

I guess I'm a little conflicted about this one. If T.I. was framed (that seems to be the between-the-lines message here) then he's probably got a nice lawsuit on his hands. On the flipside, for a guy who doesn't seem to "get it", isn't a slap on the hand (ie: a short sentence) the last thing he needs right now? I'm not saying T.I. needs to go to jail for a decade, but maybe he needs some free time to reflect on how stupid his actions have been. And we all need a reprieve from more pointless Trap Anthems.

I'm just sayin'.

Question: Was T.I. set up?

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