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Meek Mill Talks Prison Reform With MSNBC’s Ari Melber

highlights the injustices facing him and many minorities in the prison system.

Meek Mill Talks Prison Reform With MSNBC’s Ari Melber

Meek Mill as of late utilized his opportunity to highlight the injustice facing him and numerous minorities in the prison system when he showed up on MSNBC’s The Beat With Ari on Tuesday (June 12).

Talking with host Ari Melber, Meek once again pummeled the states of his probation, which can send him back to jail for things, for example, crossing state lines. “If I drive through the Lincoln Tunnel right now, I can be arrested,” the rapper said. “Just driving through a tunnel can send me back to prison for four years.”

Meek additionally uncovered his plans going ahead to help other people in similar circumstances, including Eric Riddick, a Philadelphia man who guarantees he’s innocent of a 1991 killing. As indicated by Meek, he’s endeavoring to get his attorneys to encourage Riddick, who offered his petition too late under the tenets of criminal appeals.

“He has like a messed up case where he basically proved his innocence but due to certain statutory and laws that were created, even if you prove yourself innocent, you can’t get out,” Meek said in regards to Riddick, including that he and his lawyers will attempt to help other people also.

In related Meek Mill news, the rapper’s movement to have judge Genece Brinkley expelled from his case was denied by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. The judges were part on the choice, with three voting in support and three denying it. Meek will currently need to meet with Brinkley for a June 18 hearing, despite the fact that judge Wecht said the rapper and his legal team could raise the issue again after the hearing.

Check out Meek Mill’s full interview with Ari Melber below.


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Meek Mill Talks Prison Reform With MSNBC’s Ari Melber