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The man charged in the shooting death of a take-off plane claims he is innocent

The Houston DJ charged in connection with November 1 shooting Take off announced his innocence in his first court appearance this week on charges related to the murder of rapper Migos, despite allegedly attempting to flee the country with large amounts of cash before being arrested. .

Patrick Xavier Clark, 33, known locally as DJ Pat, appeared in court on Monday (December 5), where his lawyer argued that her client was not the one pulling the trigger. gun after an argument broke out during a dice game that ended in Takeoff’s death, based on fox19.

Clark’s prosecutors and defense attorneys all agreed to schedule a bail reduction hearing on December 14. Clark was arrested for murder on December 1 and is currently being held in custody at No. $2 million bond.

Accused take-off killer tried to escape to Mexico with emergency passport, large amount of cash

He allegedly tried to escape to Mexico before being arrested with an emergency passport, Fox 5 Atlanta report.

A petition filed during the bond hearing claims that Clark applied for an expedited passport shortly after Takeoff’s death and allegedly presented a journey to Mexico for legalization. your urgent request.

Prosecutors added that the Mexico trip and arrest records, which state that Clark had large amounts of cash when he was arrested, were more than enough to prove he was in danger of absconding.

After Monday’s hearing, Clark’s attorney Letitia Quinones told reporters her client was “very worried and he’s worried” due to “being accused of something he believes he is innocent of. , so what would people do in that situation?”

Quinones was dubious when asked about Clark’s relationship with Takeoff.

“We really don’t want to dive into the facts at this point,” she said. “There is a lot of investigation that needs to be done,” she added. “So we’re just asking people to keep an open mind and let the system do its job and let the Constitution do its job and that is, right now he’s innocent until now. when he is proven guilty.”

Two Houston men arrested in connection with take-off plane death, local rapper and DJ charged

Clark is one of two men arrested in connection with the 28-year-old rapper’s death.

Local Houston rapper Lil Cam (Cameron Joshua, 22) was also arrested last month, as previously reported by Shade room.

On November 22, Joshua was charged with unlawfully carrying a weapon, Shade room report last week.

Prosecutors argued that CCTV footage showed Joshua wielding a weapon at the scene, but they did not necessarily accuse him of shooting Takeoff.

Lil Cam’s Lawyer Criticizes “Internet Investigators” For Making Things Worse With Online Speculation

Last week, Joshua’s attorney, Christopher Downey, told reporters that his client was not responsible for Takeoff’s death and added that widespread speculation on social media had led to the situation. Joshua’s became more severe.

“I have not seen anything to suggest that Cameron Joshua was involved in the shooting, that he was responsible for the shooting. [Takeoff’s] Downey said. “It is my understanding that there has been some sort of skirmish.

Downey went on to say “I am familiar with all Instagram detectives. They remind me of a blind man trying to find an elephant and grabbing its trunk thinking it was a snake. The bottom line is that they were wrong. Cameron Joshua didn’t shoot Takeoff.





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