Published: Tue, April 02, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Crenshaw & Slauson May Be Renamed "Nipsey Hussle Blvd" With New Petition

Crenshaw & Slauson May Be Renamed

Eric Holder has been named a suspect by the Los Angeles Police Department in the multiple victim shooting, which resulted in the death of Crenshaw rapper, Nipsey Hussle.

Moore urged Holder to go to a police station and turn himself in. According to the LAPD's Press Release, the shooter walked up to three male adults, who were standing outside Nipsey's Marathon Clothing store in LA's Hyde Park area on March 31, and opened fire. Moore said Holder repeatedly approached Hussle and talked with him before returning with a gun and opening fire. Holder then fled in a waiting vehicle driven by a woman, the chief said.

More details are coming out about the motive behind the killing of rapper Nipsey Hussle.

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He calls it ironic that Wilson-Raybould is in favour of restorative justice in some sense but not for SNC-Lavalin. Wilson Raybould responds: "This goes far beyond saving jobs".

Based on a tweet by Los Angeles Police Chief Michael Moore, Nipsey Hussle was one of 26 people killed in across the city in the last week.

Mayor Eric Garcetti at the same news conference announced plans to deploy new resources to try to roll back the violence. Sources say that the man and Hussle had a heated conversation, and that the man left to get a gun and then returned to shoot Hussle. At least 19 people were injured in the chaos, including two people who were taken to hospitals in critical condition, police said. Dozens of police officers cleared the memorial site after a fight apparently broke out and a stampede ensued. Two other people suffered serious injuries and 15 had injuries that were considered non-life threatening.

An autopsy completed Monday showed that Hussle was shot in the head and torso.

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