Yesterday, as reported by the LA Times, a grand jury indicted Eric Holder – the man suspected killing Nipsey Hussle. Holder was indicted on four charges including one count murder, two counts attempted murder and assault with a firearm, and one count possession a firearm by a felon. In addition to killing Nipsey, Holder also injured two other people during the shooting outside Hussle’s Marathon Clothing store on Saluson Avenue on March 31st.
According to police, a verbal altercation escalated which resulted in the shooting. It was a “personal matter between the two them,” investigators concluded.
Holder faces 25 years to life in prison. And his attorney, Christopher Darden who is a former city prosecutor from OJ Simpson’s trial has ficially withdrawn from the case – due to death threats he received.