The alleged killer of Nipsey Hussle has yet again gotten off the hook for a short while. Since the trial for the murder of rapper Nipsey Hussle has been delayed before, this time, it was due to the actions of the suspect.
Eric Holder, the alleged killer of Hussle, refused to leave the confines of his jail cell. That led to the newly-appointed judge for the case, Clay Jacke, to push back the trial date which was initially May 11th, to a later date.
Back in December, the retired Judge Robert J. Perry, while remaining in service at the time had pushed the trial back for three months as the global pandemic made the conducts of the court extremely difficult.
According to the statements from court officials made out to The Shade Room, “a new judge coupled with a new defense attorney can only mean that it will take a few months for them to get caught up on the case.”
In March, Holder’s lawyers argued that he was not a threat in any capacity to the general public, and that his bailing amount should be reduced to $2.5 million from a whopping $6.5 million. The man has pleaded not guilty, and if he is convicted, he faces a life sentence.[Via]