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If the glove don’t fit you must acquit!
Torrence Hatch, better known as rapper Lil’ Boosie, has been acquitted of first degree murder charges in a Baton Rouge court following six days of testimony.
On Thursday, the prosecution finished its case and Boosie’s defense opted to not call any witnesses, telling NBC33 in Baton Rouge that they didn’t believe the state had proved his guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. Supporters outside the court reacted with tears and applause upon hearing the not guilty verdict. Continue reading
Anything you rap about can and will be used against you in the court of law.
Freedom of speech must not apply to rappers. Judge Mike Erwin has granted the motion to allow Lil Boosie’s lyrics to be entered into evidence in the rappers murder case.
Born Torrence Hatch, Booise is accused of hiring a hit-man, Michael “Marlo Mike” Louding to murder Terry Boyd back in 2009. The police are also looking at Louding in connection with six other murders.
Baton Rouge PD detective Alvin Howard, testified that lines like “187,” “murk” and “cake,” found in Boosie’s songs reference the killing. Howard also said that Louding has admitted to being paid $2800 to commit the murder, however, the defense argued that the detective never verified where the funds actually came from.
Is this a trial about murder or Boosie’s lyrics. How many artist lyrics contain references to crime and drugs? Are charges going to be filed against them too? Last time we checked Rick Ross was a former corrections officer and he’s “pushin’ weight”. Is he going to be charged with drug trafficking? Is Boosie more guilty because he rapped about murder or because he actually committed a crime? Now if he is guilty of a crime that can actually be proven by all means do what you do. But don’t try to shape the jurors opinion based off his lyrics. What happen to a fair trial?