Tekashi 6ix9ine May Be Cooperating With Feds: Report


According to Page Six, Tekashi 6ix9ine could very effectively find yourself cooperating with the Feds. The newest copy of the "Nine Trey" court docket indictment would not have Daniel Hernandez listed as a defendant, main some to take a position that Tekashi could have turned informant together with his again towards the wall. He was by the way a main goal within the preliminary roundup. Both the US Attorney's Office nor Tekashi's lawyer Dawn Florio have made little effort to clear issues up, for higher or for worse.

As reported yesterday, three of Tekashi 6ix9ine's associates have been formally indicted, together with the individual suspected of finishing up the Chief Keef taking pictures on a $10ok bounty. Kintea McKenzie, who's been in custody since being charged with the following kidnapping of his former boss, is listed as "Kooda B" within the official documentation that was filed yesterday.

Page Six requested a former prosecutor that labored out of the Manhattan-based US Attorney’s Office named Paul Krieger for his tackle the unusual omission. "It may very well be that he could have pled responsible to a cooperation settlement,” he conceded earlier than providing his professional based mostly on the data at his disposal. "It's commonplace to do a cooperation settlement beneath seal to guard ongoing investigations, to guard witnesses or cooperating defendants." But even with out a background within the capabilities of the regulation, it isn't onerous to place two and two collectively.