Nipsey Hussle – Prosecutor In O.J. Simpson Case To Represent Suspected Shooter, Eric Holder
In the latest details of the tragic and fatal Nipsey Hussle shooting, the man accused of pulling the trigger has called on Christoper Darden, a former District Attorney who served as a prosecutor in the infamous O.J. Simpson trial. Simpson was accused of killing his wife, Nicole Brown, but was acquitted.
New reports revealed that Darden will represent Eric Holder in his trial as he’s accused of shooting and killing Hussle.
Holder was officially charged with murder Thursday. He was also charged with two counts of attempted murder after he allegedly critically injured the two men who were with Hussle. He’s also facing charges for carrying a firearm as a felon.
Holder made his first appearance in court as his new lawyer, Darden, entered a not-guilty plea for him Thursday.
Darden wouldn’t comment on whether Holder’s team reached out to him, or if it was the other way around.
Holder allegedly walked up to Hussle and shot him multiple times as Hussle was standing outside of his clothing store, The Marathon, in South Los Angeles Sunday. He was captured and taken into custody on Tuesday after his photo made its way around the Internet. Now, he’s hired his defense attorney, Darden.