Indianapolis Rapper Convicted Of Triple Murder After The Letter Coincided With The Crimes Of

HipHop News Posted on January 15, 2020 at 10:57am

Indianapolis Rapper Convicted Of Triple Murder After The Letter Coincided With The Crimes Of

The Breakfast Club considers him the "Donkey Of the Day" last week.

Indianpolis, IN Indianapolis rapper called T Ward — real name Troy Ward — was found guilty of a 2017 triple homicide after his own lyrics of the songs put in the scene of the crime, earning him a "Donkey Of the Day" award for The Breakfast Club.

According to the Indianapolis Star, the 21-year-old native of Indiana rapped about the details only the killer would have known..centered-ad {

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Prosecutors played the song during the trial and point out every victim was shot in the chest — "two shots to the head and body — "two shots to the dome," which Neighborhood rap in the song. Accordingly, the District was found guilty of murder and robbery charges in 2018.

The past month of November, the pavilion's attorney argued in the state court of appeals of the song of the prejudices in the jury, but the conviction was confirmed. He said: "the song was a form of artistic expression, is not an admission of guilt."

But Marion County P

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