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Eric Holder, Defendant Killer Nipsey Hussle, Gun Whipped One Man Shooting Day: Witnesses



Eric Holder in custody while appearing in court in Los Angeles with now ex-lawyer Chris Darden (right)
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Authorities prosecuting the murder case against Eric Holder, the man accused of shooting murderer Nipsey Hussle in front of his store in South Los Angeles in March, are preparing to paint a portrait of a man prone to violence.

According to testimony of witnesses presented to prosecutors, an hour before Holder allegedly killed Hussle (real name: Ermias Asghedom), Holder hit the gun with a man with whom he had argued for weed, reports TMZ.

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Two women told the Los Angeles District Attorney's Office that a male neighbor told them that Holder came to his door to complain about a $ 10 bag of grass he had bought for him.

As TMZ explains:

They went to the hall to talk, and according to the statements … Holder was "breathing heavily and seemed very excited and very agitated". When Holder became more hostile, the neighbor tried to return to his apartment, but supposedly it was a gun. Whip in the nape.

The neighbor survived the alleged beating, but told the women that Holder was "shaking and looked very nervous" before taking off.

A few days later, the women told the DA that their neighbor learned that Holder was suspected of Hussle's death, but by then he was too scared to go to the police, since he had sold grass to Holder, TMZ reports.

Holder is accused of shooting Hussle in front of his Marathon clothing store an hour after his neighbor's encounter on the afternoon of March 31.

Holder, who faces murder charges and is being held without bail, is seeking a new lawyer. Chris Darden, the prosecutor in the infamous O.J. The Simpson murder trial initially took Holder's case, but stepped aside earlier this month, citing death threats.


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