Details That Most Missed in the YSL Indictment

Yak Gotti and Lil Duke are facing murder conspiracy charges for picking up guns and sliding, but not finding anyone. Someone associated with YSL almost got “backdoored” in jail. Read about the big details in the 2022 YSL indictment on UrbanTrueCrime.com.

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A Look at 9 Rare & Interesting Pharmaceutical Drugs

WeaponsG.com has compiled a collection of images showing off nine incredibly rare pharmaceutical drugs, with most of them being time pieces at this point. This article is possible because of the incredibly interesting /r/ObscureDrugs community on Reddit.

Lil Moe of Chicago Was Making Noise Before Music

Lil Moe is only 15 years old, and after uploading his first music video midway through June of this year (“6 Blocka”) he has already amassed hundreds of thousands of views. Fans are now hopeful for a Lil Moe rap career, but Lil Moe had his fame already from the “streets” side of the Chicago drill landscape.

“Zombie Rat” Caught on Video in N.Y.

A Reddit user shared footage today of what appears to be an emaciated, zombie-like rat moving around beneath a dumpster (and rather quickly). Users are saying this footage comes from New York.

Craziest Details of the Golden State Killer Case

The Golden State Killer terrorized California from 1974-1986, committing dozens of rapes, murders and burglaries throughout the state. A man named Joseph DeAngelo just plead guilty to these crimes, which were once thought to be the work of three separate killers.

Lit Yoshi is a Terrifying Louisiana Rap Prospect

Fredo Bang continues to make noise in the rap game, but one of his partners is also coming up fast now. Mieyoshi “Lit Yoshi” Edwards is a Baton Rouge native and original TBG member just like Fredo, and he holds a similar amount of street-level influence (if not more).

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FAQ:

What is UrbanTrueCrime?

UrbanTrueCrime.com is a cutting edge and objective source for “urban journalism”, giving you a direct insight to the inner workings of American hoods, their ganglands, and their increasingly popular drill culture. Fans of A&E ‘s “The First 48”, this is the publication for you

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UrbanTrueCrime.com launched originally as Weapons Grade Viral Media (2019 as WeaponsG.com), with intentions to cover primarily drill related content. We were a source for hip-hop news, new rap music, viral videos and images, and breaking current events + pop culture. In 2021, we underwent a brand change so as to hugely improve our domain name and searchability. With the new “true crime” undertone, the horizons are now broadened when it comes to the scope of content we feature.

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Aside from resident research and analysis, the Submit page is the channel in place for readers to send in stories, requests, information, comments, questions or anything of that nature.

Does UrbanTrueCrime.com have a code of ethics?

The subject matters dealt with on this publication are those of poverty, despair, violence, and racial divisiveness. We are “competitors” to sites that share a lot of graphic content (fights, knock-outs on the street, videos of muggings and shootings etc.) and while that content is easy to host and nets clicks, UrbanTrueCrime.com is trying hard not to represent that negativity in the culture as we portray it. We are an objective outlet for urban true crime stories- a haven for fair journalism, and a publication with an overall goal of challenging societal norms within urban America.

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