Tekashi 6ix9ine should continue to work with the feds, even after his release


If Tekashi 6ix9ine he thought that his work with the american justice was going to end after getting out of prison is quite wrong, because according to official reports, the rapper will have to continue to work with the Office of the Prosecutor.

Despite having reduced his sentence significantly after collaborating with the authorities, Tekashi 6ix9ine you still need to continue to provide information to current research, even for future cases.

All of this forms part of the agreement between the justice and the rapper, which provides as mentioned previously, five years of release, supervised, 300 hours of community service, in addition pay a fine of $ 35,000, and enroll in a program of mental health.

It should be noted that despite all the help, the judge Paul Engelmayer has been considered that the year he spent Tekashi 6ix9ine in prison is not enough, so that was sentenced to an additional year as a result of their crimes of organized crime.

“You are under custody for 13 months. I agree that it deserves a great deal of credit for the cooperation. But, I cannot agree with your attorney at the time, it served as applicable. To my judgment, your conduct is too violent and selfish to do that 13 months is reasonable. Today will not be free,” said the judge during the hearing.

However, the lawyer of Tekashi 6ix9ine, Lance Lazzarokeeps the hopes that their client enjoy full freedom in the mid-second quarter of next year.

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