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Getaway Driver in Nipsey Hussle Case offered police protection
The woman who drove Nipsey Hussle 's alleged killer away from the shooter is afraid she will be the victim of a retaliatory hit … and as a key witness, the police goes out to protect her.
According to a grand jury testimony obtained by TMZ … a LAPD detective claimed the female escape driver – identified only as witness 1 in court documents – expressed serious concern for her safety on several occasions. The detective said he examined her claims and discovered many legitimate threats to the woman.
It is no wonder that the woman feared for her life … the detector told grand jury her license plate was making rounds on social media shortly after the shooting. Descriptions of her physical appearance and her vehicle were also on the Internet – which all essentially gave vigilantes a driver's license to find her.
In the same great jury hearing, the detective said that LAPD decided it was "very important" to place the woman under their protection and possibly move her into hiding. It is unclear where she is now or if she accepted the offer of conservation.
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TMZ broke the story … woman claimed grand jury she hung out with Eric Holder Nipsey's accused murderer on March 31, when they pulled up to the Marathon Clothing strip mall.
She claims that Holder instructed her to park and wait behind the strip template and then saw him out of a black, semi-automatic gun before coming out of the car. Presumably, ran through an alley to the front of the store and fired several shots at Nipsey and others before booking it back to the woman's car.
It is interesting … not only did the woman say she was driving hold of and from the crime scene, she also told the big jury that she and Holder were in a romantic relationship. She has not been imposed in connection with Nipsey's murder . According to the court documents, she testified under an immunity agreement, which means that nothing she said could be used against her in future prosecutions.