Rapper Meek Mill Case Study

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Rapper Meek Mill Exposes His Personal Issues with Legal and Prison Corruption
Recording artist Meek Mill has been performing since 2003. The 31-year-old has also been imprisoned four times during his professional career as a rapper, even though there are a lot of pending legal questions regarding his original arrest and conviction. Mill is currently serving two to four years for an alleged probation violation, and he has connected with journalists nationwide to discuss prison corruption.

Mill's case shines a spotlight on corrupt prisons and police officers, along with hard-nosed judges who are more interested in being punitive than in ensuring the law is properly carried out. The rapper's ability to connect with high-profile media sources
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It's also been unveiled that there were 20 witnesses in 2008 who corroborated Mill's story that he didn't sell drugs. Additionally, there were plenty of witnesses who have confirmed that the rapper didn't pull a gun on a police officer when they showed up at his house with a warrant.

The warrant was also obtained in a very corrupt manner because the so-called drug evidence disappeared before the warrant was issued. Prominent journalists are now seeing a disturbing pattern too. Whenever Mills releases a new album, he gets arrested for a parole violation. There are some who believe that Judge Brinkley is purposefully trying to prevent him from becoming a major success.

That theory may initially sound crazy, but the judge has a long and sordid history of lawsuits and personal vendettas. Mills was even asked by the FBI to wear a wire during one of his visits to the courtroom. He declined, but he does claim that Judge Brinkley tried to get him to record a remix of a Boys II Men song just for her. When he turned her down, she slapped him with more penalties.

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