Suge Knight, the music producer too fat to dance, has been formally arrested on murder charges after allegedly killing a man in a hit-and-run incident.
Suge Knight, who hasn’t gone a day without committing a crime since being expelled from kindergarten for drug smuggling is denying murder. He says his giant fat head was being punched by two men and that it was all just a misunderstanding.
Pair a misunderstanding with a crackhead who lacks impulse control and this is what happens.
James Blatt, Suge’s lawyer had this to say earlier today:
“Suge was in the process of being physically assaulted by two men and in an effort to escape he unfortunately hit two (other) individuals. We are confident that once the investigation is completed, he will be totally exonerated.”
Via: Daily Mirror
However the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department are saying something a little different. They say that Suge Knight and two men got into a fight on the filmset of N.W.A. – Straight Outta Compton. Twenty minutes after the fight had finished the two men went to a nearby hamburger restaurant.
Suge Knight followed them. In his truck. He then ran them both over. Then he backed up and ran them over again. He then drove off laughing like a hooker in a cucumber field.
Lt John Corina of the Los Angeles County sheriff’s dept said this:
“From the people we’ve talked to so far, and we still have more witnesses to talk to, so far the people we’ve talked to say it looked like it was an intentional act.”
Witnesses? A small number of people who don’t mind that Suge is going to murder them when he gets out of prison? Is that what they mean by witnesses?
Anyway, talking of being murdered. This is exactly the sort of incident which makes me ask myself if I should be posting about murderous criminals like Suge Knight?
I should? I shouldn’t? Those choices look very similar.
It’d be a pretty easy mistake to make.
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