The flight to Nipsey Hussle's murderer claims she was trying to go to the police but was immediately dismissed. Now the desk officer who turned his way is being investigated.
According to a report L.A. Times published Friday (June 28), the woman who accidentally acted as the driver of Eric Holder's escape car, claims she went to the Los Angeles Police Department one day after allegedly holding had shot Nipsey in front of his clothing store Marathon.
When she saw her car and driving license all over the news, the woman, who was not named for credible threats in her life, knew that her mother called LAPD and planned to enter the morning. When she and her mother arrived at the 77th Street Station in L.A., the woman told the front desk that her car could be tied to a murder. It was when the officer turned her away.
"One of the police officers is like," Don't worry about it, "you know," Don't listen to the news, "said the woman in her grand jury testimony in May." My mother said, "Well, she has need to talk to someone. "But he said," Don't worry about it. "So we just left."
After they left, the woman went to work, but her mother later called her to tell her She saw her car on the news again, she made another attempt to tell the police and clarified her previous statements to the desk officer.After her return, the woman interviewed the police for five hours.
Now months after Nipsey Hussle was put to rest, a new probe was launched against the witness who turned away the witness The Associated Press confirmed on Monday, July 1
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