WARNING: PROBABLY 's BECAUSE THE SOURCE IS Mediafakeout A reliable F.B.I insider has stated that the Federal Bureau of Investigation, N.O.P.D and Miami-Dade Police have been building attempting to build a major racketeering, money laundering and distribution case against Cash Money CEO and Rapper Bryan "Birdman" Williams. The individual who will only be known as "Lee" told MediaFakeOut that the Government has been gathering evidence against the mogul since early 2005 but due to little co-operation with the public and a lack of evidence he/she is unsure and even doubts that the charges will ever see the light of day. "The Buereau knows that Williams is a major player in Gulf narcotics activity but he goes about it so secretively and operates his organization so tightly that they have been extremely unsuccessful on actually gathering any incriminating statements or material". "Lee" states that the N.O.P.D contacted F.B.I agents after more than four million dollars was found in the floorboards, walls and ceilings of three homes owned by Millionaire Properties Inc. a holding company operated by Bryan "Baby" Williams and Casey "O.G." Collins (Collins was recently released from prison after serving a five year sentence for parole violations stemming from distribution and conspiracy to commit murder charges) the company has over 113 properties listed as assets 45 of which are homes and/or apartments. Also, its rumored that Williams' label, Cash Money Records has been falsifying documents for years and exaggerating revenues to launder hundreds of million of dollars in drug money. "They've (F.B.I) pinned his assets at over two billion dollars, five hundred million of which is already on paper". So where is the rest ? expert and former narcotics analysist for the NYPD Michael Rodriguez believes that most of Williams' money has been funnelled through a number of private charities, businesses, and even close friends and relatives in an elaborate laundering scheme, the likes of which have never been seen before. "Cash Money (Records) has over 150 employees, why ? why does a label with four major artists and six under developement need 150 employees, many of which have quarter-to-half million dollar per year jobs ? How is it that Williams' can purchase thirty million dollar private jets and fourty million dollar homes and his finances never seem to decrease ? How could a man who's label sold less than three million records in 2006 earn almost 44 million dollars ? Its suspicious, but yet again, there is just not enough proof."