Nipsey Hussle’s alleged killer Eric Holder is making news again. This time his legal time made headlines for trying to get his attempted murder case dismissed. A judge made a ruling on it today and Eric Holder’s legal team was denied. Some would question why they pursued a dismissal in the first well, we peeped details via TheShaderoom. Check out the details below and what the “kill zone theory” had to do with the judge’s verdict.
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TSR STAFF: Christina C! @cdelafresh ___ #TSRExclusive: A judge has denied a motion by Eric Holder, the man accused of killing #NipseyHussle, to dismiss related attempted murder charges in the case. ___ It happened this morning at a Los Angeles courthouse where Holder’s lawyers argued the “kill zone theory” did not apply to the attempted murder charges related to the two other victims Holder allegedly shot and asked to dismiss those two charges in the case. ___ Judge Robert J. Perry sided with the prosecution on this one. “I’m unwilling to do that,” Perry said. The prosecution believes that Holder is in fact guilty of attempted murder because of that same “kill zone theory,” meaning he targeted one victim, but due to his mode of attack (two firearms in this case), he had intent to kill everyone in a particular zone, especially given that his initial target was not moving. ___ Following today’s hearing, Holder’s case will now move forward to trial in February. This story is developing.
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