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Why Eric Holder Refused to Argue in Front of SCOTUS

On the latest episode of Amicus, Dahlia Lithwick spoke with former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder about his recent book, Our Unfinished March, which discusses how voting rights have been broken and offers a plan for restoring our democratic institutions. In the following excerpt from the episode, Lithwick and Holder discuss a private protest that Holder explained more fully in the book.
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Eric Holder Found Guilty Of Murdering Nipsey Hussle

LOS ANGELES—The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced on July 6 that Eric Holder was convicted of killing rapper Nipsey Hussle and wounding two others in South Los Angeles in 2019. “Nipsey Hussle was a beloved member of our community. He showed a commitment to improving schools...
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Nipsey Hussle 'Murderer' Eric Holder Found Guilty, Life Sentence Impending?

Eric Holder was convicted of first-degree murder in connection with the shooting to death of rapper Nipsey Hussle. He was convicted of first-degree murder, two charges of attempted voluntary manslaughter, and handgun possession. He was found not guilty of attempted murder in the 2019 gunfire attack that wounded two persons.
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Eric Holder found guilty of Nipsey Hussle murder

Eric Holder has been found guilty of murdering Nipsey Hussle. The rapper was killed outside of his clothing store in Los Angeles in March 2019 and on Wednesday (06.07.22), a jury found the 32 year old guilty of first-degree murder, one count of possession of a firearm, and two charges of attempted voluntary manslaughter.
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Nipsey Hussle Case: Eric Holder Found Guilty Of First Degree Murder For Killing Rapper

A jury found the man who shot Nipsey Hussle 10 times over an argument about him being a snitch was found guilty of first-degree murder on Wednesday. The jury took six hours to reach to arrive at a verdict on what prosecutions say was a man who acted premeditated when he shot and killed Nipsey Hussle, whose real name is Ermias Asghedom, outside of his Los Angeles clothing store in March 2019.
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