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Hushpuppi Denied Bail, Judge’s Reason For Denying Bail Will Shock You

Reports currently gathered by our outfit indicates that that Hushpuppi has been denied bail by a judge in Chicago during his very first court date.

According to the prosecutor, Hushpuppi poses a risk and currently dangerous because he can commit more crime if he gets hold of a phone and an internet connection. The judge then agreed with the prosecutor and guess what, he denied him bail.

Hushpuppi’s famous lawyer, Gal Pissetzky, argued that Hushpuppi is a celebrity and that he has too much to lose by going on the run therefore he did not pose a single risk.

Throughout the hearing, Abbas’s lawyer denied that his client was a flight risk or a danger to the community, repeatedly rejecting the allegations made against his client by the FBI’s affidavit posted earlier.

Melody Wells, Assistant United States Attorney and a prosecutor in the Chicago district attorney’s office, convinced the court that Abbas is a flight risk, describing his “significant” financial assets, “deep ties to foreign countries” and a lack of ties to the United States.

Wells said Abbas had the “perfect recipe to flee the charges that he faces here.”

The court ruled that there was “more than enough justification to order that the U.S. Marshall bring Abbas to California as soon as possible to answer the complaint there.”

Ruling that Abbas had “A great incentive not to continue to respond to these proceedings here,” as he is “facing a long sentence.”

The court acknowledged risks that in addition to holding passports to other countries (Saint Kitts and Nevis) Abbas has “access to large amounts of money” described by the court as “not chump change.”

Adding, “The fact that you project a wealthy lifestyle … you gotta be doing something right to pay $10,000 a month for an apartment in Dubai … you have access to some real cash.”




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