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Xxxtentacion’s Alleged Killer Wants His Prison Run-in With Kodak Black Used As Evidence

XXXTENTACION‘s suspected murderers are waiting for trial, but an attorney representing one of them believes that a meeting in a meeting with Kodak Black may become a crucial moment for the case of his client.

As per VladTV, Mauricio Padilla has filed a motion to request that footage of the client Dedrick Williams‘ stay in the Broward County Jail in July of 2018 be admissible for evidence to support the murder trial.

Padilla was specifically looking for surveillance videos of how his clients interact with Kodak who was held in the same place from July 15 through July 17.

Although the court papers didn’t specify what he wanted to prove with this footage. Padilla’s motion was extremely detailed. The motion seeks access to the footage that the jail’s cameras recorded in cells five and seven of 6A between 3:00 and 5:00 pm between the 15 and 16th days of July 2018. The petition also contains the request to “keep separate orders,” which would have stopped the two individuals from coming in contact with one another.

When he was involved in the encounter and Kodak, Williams had already been in Broward County Jail for nearly one month. After his arrest on the 20th of June just two days from the day that X (real name Jahseh Onfroy) was killed during an attempted robbery.

On the day of his arrest and his release, The South Florida Sun-Sentinel identified Williams as the tattoo artist who created Kodak’s “Road Runner” tattoo. Padilla believes that the video footage he’s sought will be essential in proving his client’s innocence.

Williams is the first suspect accused in the death of the “Look At Me!” singer. This month the other defendant Robert Allen, pleaded guilty to charges of second-degree murder and the robbery using guns.

Allen was also willing to provide testimony in the case of Florida’s state against Williams, Michael Boatwright, and Trayvon Newsome in the hope of being able to avoid an indefinite sentence.

“Mr. Allen’s part in this was is much smaller as the others” Attorney Jim Lewis said to NBC 6 South Florida. “More of an accessory was discovered after the fact, but not really part of the plot. Absolutely, he never left his car. He never carried a gun, never fired at anyone.”

Williams was previously in the news when the singer demanded their release from jail in 2020 due to the fear of contracting COVID-19.

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