Defense Insists Nipsey Hussle Called Suspect a ‘Snitch,’ Triggering Eric Holder to Shoot Him

Law&Crime Network published this video item, entitled “Defense Insists Nipsey Hussle Called Suspect a ‘Snitch,’ Triggering Eric Holder to Shoot Him” – below is their description.

A defense attorney insisted that Nipsey Hussle called Eric Holder a “snitch,” which triggered Holder to shoot him out of rage. “While he’s charged with first-degree premeditated deliberate murder, in fact, it should be voluntary manslaughter,” the defense attorney said.

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