Tekashi 6ix9ine Racketeering Case: Feds To Release More Guilty Pleas

Tekashi 6ix9ine Racketeering Case: Feds To Release More Guilty Pleas
Treyway members are getting serious ham and Feds has gotten about couple of that gang members been on guilty pleaded. It won't be easy or electrifying if any of them are testifying towards feds. Majority of them has this cryptic of course one the example former manager, Kifano “Shotti” Jordan, he has been grasp guilty.                     Amahiphop, previously reported that Shotti had an outburst in court during one of their hearings where he yelled at 6ix9ine, “We don’t fold, we don’t bend, we don’t break. It’s Tr3yway.” Surprisingly now he is one of five defendants who pleaded guilty and is facing up to 15 years in prison. “We are engaged in active plea discussions with several of the defendants,” U.S. Attorney Michael Long year told the judge.

Few hours long Amahiphop has gotten more information following the same Treyway gang. The racketeering case had it’s first all defendant hearing since February where it was revealed in court that more defendants could be pleading guilty. Complex reported that the hearing focused mostly on procedural issues, but also noted that the feds uncovered more evidence of crimes.

Defendant Kintea “Kooda B” got no more room to prove himself justice after he was clear found guilty last year. He was involved as one of the assailant aimed in taking down Chief Keef. That is where the whole defendants caught more inflection of course earlier this was when Tekashi made advocate to feds disclosing he paid some bounty to Kooda and another defendant in other to shot Keef and his cousin Tadoe.

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