Apo. Al Sharpton For Visiting Meek Mill In Jail

HipHop News Posted on November 27, 2017 at 12:50am

Apo. Al Sharpton For Visiting Meek Mill In Jail

Sharpton helped to Tupac Shakur, with some of its legal woes in 1995.

Chester, PA – Ap. Al Sharpton, has announced that it is a step forward to help get Meek Mill released from prison.

The renowned civil rights activist and tv personality, has revealed his first port of call will be a visit to Meek on Monday (27 November), along with the rapper's lawyer Joe Tacopina. Meek is currently housed in the State Correctional Institution in Chester, Pennsylvania.

Sharpton recently told TMZ that he hopes to get Genece Brinkley – the Philadelphia-based judge who sentenced Meek to the beginning of this month – it has been removed from the box. There has been a series of bold claims about the Brinkley filed by Meek's legal team, including the accusation that she had asked Meek to drop his deal with Roc Nation in favor of his friend.

In addition, the publication of reports that Sharpton will try to persuade the Pennsylvania authorities that Meek two to four years of imprisonment is harsh and unfair, especially taking into account the two charges, which constituted his violation of probation were dismissed and had already been abandoned.

Sharpton believes that his work to get Tupac Shakur out of prison in solitary confinement during his year of prison in 1995, is the proof of your ability to help.

Discussing the details of #MeekMill violation of probation, and your sentence in #PoliticsNation pic.twitter.com/FjeMIoc35z

— Reverend Al Sharpton (@TheRevAl) November 26, 2017

Discussing #MeekMill violation of probation, and more w/ your attorney, Joe Tacopino. #PoliticsNation pic.twitter.com/TfdImlawG2

— Reverend Al Sharpton (@TheRevAl) November 26, 2017

Discuss the end of #MeekMill the sentence w/ your attorney on #PoliticsNation. I will join Attorney Tacopino morning to visit Gentle. pic.twitter.com/aOWZw8eBT4

— Reverend Al Sharpton (@TheRevAl) November 26, 2017


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