Bobby Shmurda’s Request For Police Records Denied

Bobby Shmurda believes he’d be exonerated of all charges if he could prove the officers involved in his case have shown bias in past arrests. But a judge denied Bobby’s attorneys access to disciplinary records, according to Bossip.

The involving officers arrested Bobby in June 2014 in a Brooklyn apartment where guns were found. Spiro reportedly said the cops were the only witnesses in Shmurda’s gun arrest, and one officer confessed to lying about a drug deal in a separate case.

Spiro said the three officers had each been sued for misconduct, including unlawful stop and search and false arrest, and the city settled some of the cases out of court, and a few are still pending.

“This isn’t just a singular encounter where one police officer is sued by one individual one time and the case is dismissed,” Spiro told the judge during a March 15 hearing, according to transcripts obtained by Bossip. This is a rampant pattern that existed in this case and with these officers in other cases.”

Head over to Bossip to read more.

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