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Louisiana rapper Lil Boosie (born Torence Hatch) has been found not guilty of first degree murder after a Baton Rouge jury deliberated for about an hour. Boosie could have been sentenced to life in prison if he was convicted.

Boosie was accused of hiring a hit man to kill 35-year-old Terry Boyd back in 2009. Prosecutors even used some of Boosie’s rap lyrics as evidence that he ordered the hit, but a jury thought otherwise.

Although Boosie was found not guilty, he won’t be back on the streets anytime soon. He’s currently serving an 8-year prison term on drug charges and is being held in the Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola.

Read the full story at WAFB.


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