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XXXtentacion Murder Caught On Surveillance Video, Disturbing Footage Goes Viral

 

 

The murder of rapper XXXTentacion is once again turning into a trending topic. Footage from the horrific fatal slaying has emerged.

A surveillance camera footage surfaced this past Thursday in court and shows multiple shooters.

The video shows X walking into the motorcycle dealership in Pompano Beach, FL … and you see two of the suspects follow him into the building. Later, his BMW is stopped on the street by the gun-wielding suspects. Surveillance cameras recorded what we’d already known — that X struggled with his assailants before they opened fire at point-blank range. One of them actually walked around to the passenger side and got into X’s car before fleeing the scene.

According to a recent report, XXX murder suspect Dedrick Williams needed permission to authorize thousands of dollars in order to secure an investigator.

Williams, who was the first person arrested and charged in connection with the hip-hop star’s slaying, explains his attorney has identified a P.I. who can work the case, but they need the court to authorize a $10,000 payment for the services. The man, now famous for his bright orange sandals worn during the murder of XXX, also wants permission to hire an expert for cell phone tower analysis and cell phone forensics, and believes the evidence is critical to him receiving a fair trial. (The Blast)

In July, reports surfaced about four murder suspects receiving indictments in the ambush which ultimately took XXX’s life.

A Broward County grand jury has indicted four men in the fatal ambush shooting in June of rapper XXXTentacion, the Broward Sheriff’s Office said Thursday. XXXTentacion, whose given name was Jahseh Onfroy, was driving out of a Deerfield Beach motorcycle dealership when his BMW was blocked by an SUV. Two gunmen jumped out, robbed him and left him mortally wounded from multiple gunshots, authorities said. (Sun-Sentinel)

The identity of all four indicted men almost immediately became public.

Now, four men have been indicted for the crime. A Broward County grand jury indicted Michael Boatwright, Dedrick Williams, Robert Allen and Trayvon Newsome Thursday on charges of first degree murder and armed robbery with a firearm of the 20-year-old whose given name is Jahseh Onfroy. (Miami Herald)

 

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