Burudi Starts Sign The Free Meek Mill Petition | @burudi1 #FreeMeekMill

 

 

 

Burudi Starts Sign The Free Meek Mill Petition

Burudi Starts Sign The Free Meek Mill Petition

Burudi Starts Sign The Free Meek Mill Petition

So as we all know, Rapper Meek Mill was locked up on Friday for probation violation. He was sentenced to 3 to 6 months in the country jail. This sucks because his album comes out on September 9th, 2014. It seems as if every time a young black man is on his grind, doing something good. The law wants to bring them back down. A good brother, who is a rapper that goes by the name Burudi started this petition to get Meek Mill home.  Lets get this brother home asap for he can keep on helping the kids in the community. Click the link below to sign the  Petition right now.

http://freemeekmill.xyz

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C-Murder Will Likely Die In Prison After Appeal Rejection

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C-Murder, aka Chris Miller, the brother of Master P and former fiance of R&B singer Monica, tried for the last time to get his conviction of a sixteen year-old fan’s slaying overturned, but it proved futile. US News is reporting C-Murder’s legal team argued that the murder conviction should be thrown out because federal juries are required to come to a unanimous decision when deliberating.

 

Since the jury voted 10-2 in favor of conviction, the former No Limit soldier’s lawyers said he shouldn’t have been convicted in the first place. Though a solid argument, Louisiana, the state where the case was tried, is one of the two states that allows for non-unanimous convictions.

C-Murder was convicted and sentenced to life in prison in 2009 for fatally shooting teenage fan Steve Thomas in a nightclub back in 2002. This isn’t the first appeal filed by the rapper. He filed an appeal in the state of Louisiana in 2011, but the conviction remained. He later filed an appeal with the Supreme Court which slowed the ruling on the case some time last year.

 

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