Suspect was Rapping, Not Singing

In Louisa‘s capital murder trial of Russell Adam Pelletier, one of his attorneys — Lloyd Snook — disagrees with the suspect’s friend Shawn Lamb, who claims that Pelletier confessed to the murder the night before the victim’s body was found. Snook says that it was not a confession, but merely freestyle rap about shooting and killing a girl and throwing her body in a lake. The day after the rap/confession, the body of Aimee Marie Meadows was found floating in a lake with a bullet wound to the head. Austin Graham has the story in today’s Progress.

9 thoughts on “Suspect was Rapping, Not Singing”

  1. I can’t believe it! Rapping? Can’t he come up with a better story?! I don’t believe him at all, yo!

  2. I think he should sue Mystikal or somebody — it’s all their fault!

    I guess Lloyd Snook has to play with whatever cards he is dealt with — but really, rap?

    Will those men who murdered the Ky. Sheriff at a fish fry hire Lloyd Snook? They could say that they were merely singing, “I Shot the Sheriff!” instead of bragging about murder.

    Sheesh.

    LG

  3. YO! Snook dog dont be dissn rap. I cant have you perpetrating. You are nothin but a player hater. Hate the murder not the tune.

  4. I did it.

    Do you think I went too far?

    I did it.

    Guilty as charged.

    I did it.

    It was me right or wrong.

    I did it.

    Eeeyeahhhhh!

  5. I think it’s worth noting that the guy who said this is the head of the Democratic Party, here.

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