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Friends Of Patrick Xavier Clark, Rapper Takeoff’s Suspected Killer Say He Is Innocent

Takeoff's Suspected Killer Patrick Xavier Carl Asks Judge For $5K Cash To Help Build His Defense

Although Patrick Xavier Clark does not have money to hire private investigators to build his case, he has his friends pushing for his innocence. Patrick’s friend Jmali claims that he is too humble a soul to be accused of such a heinous crime so he believes he is being set up.

Jmali says Patrick is business oriented with no traits of violence attribute making him incapable of committing the crime.

The cops arrested Patrick because he was at the scene and also possessed a firearm. He is currently being charged with the murder and awaiting trial.

Via Media Take Out;

Friends of Takeoff’s alleged killer, Patrick Xavier Clark, say the promoter has been set up and that there’s no way he killed the rapper.

Speaking to Daily Beats, Houston rapper Jmali claimed Clark said his friend is not a violent person. “You could see by the reactions of everyone that we’re shocked because that’s not the type of person [Clark] is,” Jmali told The Daily Beast. “He was about business, not violence.”

A second friend added, “I know him. He’s not like that. I honestly feel like they got the wrong guy. He doesn’t get mad or hostile. He’s very nice and thoughtful. That’s all I have to say. I feel he is being framed.”

In court documents obtained by Media Take Out, police are charging Clark with “felony murder,” and not murder. Felony murder occurs when a person is killed during the commission of a crime.

Clark’s attorney claims his client is innocent.

However, Patrick Xavier Clark also believes he is being accused wrongly but since he has no money to build a strong case, he pleaded with the judge during his last court appearance to help him with $5K cash to hire private investigators to help build his case.

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