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Petition To Free Suge Knight Due To COVID-19 Pandemic

With the help of his son Suge J Knight and a signed petition by you, former owner of Death Row records Suge Knight could be a free man.

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Back in 2018, Suge Knight pleaded no contest to voluntary manslaughter for running over and killing a Compton businessman, which took place in 2015. Knight agreed to serve nearly 30 years in prison, with a possible release at the age of 79.

Knight’s attorneys have said he was acting in self-defense and was fleeing armed attackers when he ran over Carter and Sloan.

Petition To Free Suge Knight Due To COVID-19 Pandemic

Now Suge Knight’s son is asking for your help, as he has created a petition with the hopes of having his father released soon due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Via his Instagram, Jacob Knight posted a photo of Suge Knight and Tupac Shakur from November 1995, where the two attended the Brotherhood Crusade Headquarters. The event which took place in Los Angeles saw, Knight, Tupac, and other Death Row artists give out 2000 turkeys to families in need.

Along with that photo is a petition in which you can sign to help Knight get back with his family.

“Suge Knight is more than just the infamous Hip-hop Mogul that founded Deathrow Records. He is still a human being that deserves mercy. He is still a father to his children that need him,” says Suge J Knight. He was one the biggest music executives that employed many and has impacted many generations.”

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“Suge lost almost everything except his family. The reason for this petition is to allow Suge to be a father and with his family. Due to COVID-19 We are all forced to stay home with our families. May we open our hearts and allow the same for Suge Knight.”

View and sign the petition by clicking here!

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