Detective Takes Stand in Lil Boosie Murder Case
Day four of Lil Boosie’s murder trial Tuesday (May 8) seen the detective who questioned alleged killer, Michael “Marlo Mike” Louding, take the witness stand to testify.
Detective Charles Johnson, who’s with the Baton Rouge Police Department, testified that there was no real reason that he didn’t turn on the recording device for eight hours while questioning Louding, according to WAFB 9 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
This comes a day after Louding, whom the prosecution insists was hired by Boosie for $2,800 to kill Terry Boyd in 2009, vehemently denied having anything to do with Boyd’s murder.
“Did anything significant happen that night?’’ prosecutor Dana Cummings asked Louding, 19, in court on Monday (May 7), day three of the trial, as reported by The Advocate.
“No ma’am,’’ Louding replied.
“Nothing?’’ the prosecutor inquired.
“No ma’am,’’ he answered straightforwardly.
“Did you participate in a homicide that night?’’ Cummings asked Louding point-blank on the witness stand.
“No ma’am,’’ he responded bluntly.
Louding’s testimony on Monday also included him telling the jury that he lied about killing five other people over a 14-month span due to what he described as threats from the Baton Rouge police to lock up his mother and stepfather. Louding described Boosie “like a brother.”
In November of last year, Hatch was sentenced to eight years in state prison after pleading guilty to drug charges, but his lawyers maintain that he’s not a murderer.
Bad Azz Boosie has collaborated with the likes of Webbie, the late Pimp C, Trina and Young Jeezy.—Jakinder Singh