Young Thug and other YSL co-defendants were in court for jury selection. One of the co-defendants of Young Thug in the YSL RICO case, Jayden Myrick, has filed for mistrial.
Myrick’s attorney, Gina Bernard, argued that sharing a discovery material on social media violated her client’s Sixth Amendment right. In her motion, she didn’t specifically state the discovery material that is being circulated to the public. Perhaps, she’s referring to a 3+ hours footage of YSL Woody that went viral on social media where he was having an interrogative session with the authorities.
In the video, Woody revealed alleged murder plot against Shell Kell (member of a rival gang, YSL Lucci’s crew) masterminded by Thug.
Bernard wrote, “While said evidence may not directly implicate my client, it along with all of the publicity and courtroom incidents since the start of this trial that have not been the result of any conduct of my client, Jayden Myrick, make it impossible for him to receive a fair trial, as well as a jury that is honestly and truly fair and impartial.”
Young Thug in Court for Jury Selection with Other YSL Co-Defendants. What do you think? Kindly let us know in the comments section.