Eric Holder is standing trial for the murder of Nipsey Hussle, and on Wednesday, prosecutors began to reveal terrifying details about the tragic incident.
According to TMZ, Deputy District Attorney John McKinney addressed the jury Wednesday, detailing Holder’s alleged actions following Nipsey’s death. McKinney alleged that after Eric gunned Nipsey down in the parking lot of his ‘Marathon’ clothing store, he walked over to the rapper and kicked him in the head.
Holder allegedly addressed Nipsey saying, “You’re through,” and Nipsey responded with, “You got me,” before the gunman fled the scene.
Eric Holder Was Indicted By A Grand Jury In December
Eric Holder was arrested and charged with murder, attempted murder and possession of a firearm by a felon in connection to the murder of Nipsey Hussle. He was indicted by a grand jury in December, and DA McKinney argued that Holder intentionally killed Hussle due to a prior dispute.
Grand jury transcripts indicate that Holder approached Hussle for a brief conversation in the Crenshaw parking lot moment before Eric Holder loaded a gun and, subsequently shot Nipsey multiple times.
Apparently the conversation had something to do with Mr. Asghedom telling Mr. Holder that word on the street was that Mr. Holder was snitching. The conversation wasn’t particularly belligerent, and it lasted about four minutes.”
Holder was initially being represented by Chris Darden, famously known for working the OJ Simpson trial, but he withdrew from the case alleging his family was receiving death threats. Eric Holder is now being represented by a public defender, who plans to argue that he is being “overcharged.”