Question of the day. Who is footing the bill for O.J. Simpson prosecutor Chris Darden to defend Eric Holder, allegedly Nipsey Hussle's killer?
By now, if you're not saying something's absolutely strange about this case, you're practically in denial.
Why, oh why, would such a famous attorney take it upon himself to represent...as defense...some regular, neighborhood dude who several eye-witnesses claimed was, indeed, the person who shot and killed Nipsey Hussle?
There's simply no logical explanation for it. Right?
When Asked 'Why?', Darden Reportedly Had No comment
According to Los Angeles Times, Darden attempted to keep media cameras from showcasing the hearing. Reportedly, Chris tried to say that displaying Holder's identity would be an "issue." However, that attempt proved unsuccessful.
Prosecutor John McKinney told Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Teresa T. Sullivan that Eric Holder's photo had already been wide distributed around the media prior to the hearing. Thus, "identity won't ultimately be an issue in this case," McKinney mentioned.
After Eric Ronald Holder, Jr.'s hearing, Chris Darden told reporters that he had to catch a plane, rather than sticking around to answer questions regarding the case...as well as why he's choosing to represent Nipsey Hussle's alleged killer.
The Los Angeles Times reports that McKinney made a statement about it, himself.
"Prosecutor John McKinney said it was his understanding that Darden had been privately retained for Holder," the source notes. So again, the question of the day: Who is footing the bill for Chris Darden's services?
To defend "S***ty" though??
The Best Logical Reasoning I've Heard Yet...
Although there's been a lot of "conspiracy" talk regarding Nipsey Hussle's death, you've got to admit that things are looking rather weird right now.
According to Fox 5 - San Diego, Eric Holder's getaway driver was allowed to go free. Since when does THAT happen??
Then, as reported in Blasting News, there were several cameras in the Marathon Clothing complex. Yet, none of those have been released. Instead, the only released footage is from an adjacent parking lot, with a highly-skewed angle.
Now...someone has reportedly paid for Chris Darden to defend Nipsey Hussle's alleged killer??
Keep this in mind...
As Polight points out later in his explanation, high-profile Chris Darden was second in command during the famous O.J. Simpson trial.
He was a top-tier prosecutor. Now, he's acting as Eric Holder's defense. That means, he already knows how the prosecution is going to think.
If you're interested in Brother Polight's full explanation on the matter, you can watch his entire video below.
All in all, what are your thoughts on why Chris Darden, high-profile O.J. Simpson prosecutor, decided to take this particular case as Eric Holder's defense?
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