Boosie's attorney claims investigators didn't follow all leads
BATON ROUGE,LA — Day 2: Lil Boosie's attorneys claim investigators didn't follow all leads to try and find who killed Terry Boyd.
Lil Boosie is alleged to have ordered Mike Louding to murder Boyd back in 2009. Defense attorney Jason Williams interviewed both detectives in the case today. He claimed they didn't talk to Michael Charles Carter about the murder after receiving information about him from Boyd's mother. Carter was Boyd's friend at the time of the murder. He passed away last year from natural causes.
Detectives claim though that they did follow all of their leads in the case.
Lil Boosie faces life behind bars if convicted of First-Degree murder. The trial conttnues tomorrow morning at 9:00 a.m.
Day 1: Opening statements highlighted the first day of testimony in the trial of rapper Lil' Boosie.
The prosection argued Hatch ordered Mike "Marlo Mike Louding" to murder Terry Boyd after receiving a letter written by Boyd. It stated Boyd planned to quote "Jack and Slap" Hatch. They also contended lyrics to two songs and tattoos he received linked him to Boyd's murder.
Hatch's defense team argued there really was no letter. They also stated that the lyrics to those songs were written way before the homicide was committed. They also said the tattoos had nothing to do with the murder.
If convicted, Hatch face life behind bars. testimony is scheduled to continue tomorrow at one in the afternoon at the 19th Judicial District Courthouse.