Eric Holder, accused killer of Nipsey Hussle, had a court visit yesterday (11/14). While there the accused attempted to get his charges tossed out.
According to TheGrio.com
His counsel believed that the attempted murder charges fit within the “Kill Zone” theory, which is based on whether the shooter intended to kill the other people who were injured.
Deputy District Attorney John McKinney wasn’t buying it. He believes Holder’s case does not fit within the “Kill Zone” parameters and suspects the attempt to have the two charges dropped is just a ploy to prolong the case. McKinney also points out that the alleged shooter waived his right to have a trial within 60 days after his indictment.
“Given the magnitude of the case, the complexities of the case, work his defense attorney needs to do, he knew it wasn’t in his best interest to try to go to trial right now,” McKinney previously told USC Annenberg’s student-run news website Annenberg Media.
They thought this was a good idea? I’m glad the judge denied this. He killed Nipsey and he needs to hold up for it.