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Takeoff’s Suspected Killer Patrick Xavier Clark’s Bond Reduced From $2 Million To $1 Million

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

Patrick Xavier Clark, Takeoff‘s suspected killer has once again turned things in his favor and hopefully, he will be released on bail soon.

Patrick, pleaded with State District Judge Josh Hill Clark to gift him $5K to hire a private investigator to build his case, for which he was granted. Three days ago, Patrick once again pleaded with the judge to reduce his bond from $2 Million to $1 Million.

Although the judge hesitated at first, he granted his plea and reduced it to half the amount. Patrick assured the court that, he will adhere to all the bail conditions: no weapon, or drugs, be under house arrest at his moms’ and always put on his GPS monitor.

Via Media Take Out;

Patrick Xavier Clark, the man accused of killing Migos rapper Takeoff had his $2 million bond reduced. Clark asked the judge to lower the bond to $100,000. The judge refused, but did reduce it to $1 million and it could be reduced again.

In court, the judge said he believed Clark may be a flight risk and wanted to look into his personal finances. State District Judge Josh Hill Clark’s “Google searches for fake tickets cause me a great deal of concern.”

Clark must also wear a GPS monitor that would immediately alert the court if bond conditions are violated.

Takeoff was shot in the head and back at a private party at abowling alley around 2:30 a.m. on Nov. 1 after a disagreement over a game of dice outside the bowling alley. Takeoff was an innocent bystander who got hit by a stray bullet.

Clark denies shooting and killing Takeoff.

The prosecution has a strong conviction that Patrick pulled the trigger that tragically killed Takeoff on the morning of November 1st. But the defense holds the position that Patrick is being set up for the heinous crime.

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