Suspect For XXXTentacion Murder Pleads For Release Amid COVID-19

One of XXXTentacion’s accused murderers is trying to get released from prison early due to the coronavirus pandemic.

A murder suspect of late rapper XXXTentacion, similar to the kidnapper of Tekashi 6ix9ine, has pleaded for a jail release amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

The first of four indicted suspects in XXX’s murder, Dedrick D. Williams, has written a letter to Judge Michael A. Usan, begging to let him out on bond out of fear of contracting the virus; which he claims he’s highly susceptible to as he has a very weak immune system.

Williams adds in his letter to the judge that nobody’s being tested and treated properly, also claiming that a deputy at the Broward County main jail infected an inmate with the novel virus. He says, “I am sending you this letter to save my life.”

In addition, he affirms that he had zero involvement in the rapper’s murder, and is only behind bars because he violated probation. He requests that the judge release him on bond for now, until the the pandemic curtails.

He also hopes that his otherwise clean history with the judge will convince him; as he notes that during his 21 months in jail now, he’s steered clear of trouble.

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