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A judge in Virginia has scheduled a two-day trial to begin in June on a case involving an aspiring rapper, who shot his friend in the head in an attempt to use him as an Illuminati sacrifice.
Wafeeq Sabir El-Amin, 27, was denied bail by judge L.A Harris Jnr. after he was described by Attorney Thomas A. Johnson as a ‘danger to the public’ who was so high on weed that he could not even remember the events of the month in which he committed the crime when he was questioned by detectives.
According to Johnson, Wafeeq shouted, ‘You are my sacrifice’ before firing a shot at his friend who was sleeping inside their Henrico studio. The victim reportedly woke up blurry-eyed and saw Wafeeq pointing a gun at him, saying that he needed to be sacrificed.
The gun went off and struck the victim in the hand, sending bone and skin fragments into his eye. But the victim managed to snatch the gun from Wafeeq and shoot him in the stomach before escaping.
Investigators recovered a pound of marijuana from his home, as well as some Illuminati literature. Johnson said that the book on Illuminati in hip hop culture and the way it elevated 50 Cent’s career is the on that influenced Wafeeq the most. He also believed that a sacrifice is required to join the Illuminati.
However, Wafeeq is claiming not to have any knowledge of what he did on that fateful December 26, saying that he was too high on marijuana when he committed the act.