WOW! Things Are Looking REALLY Bad for Jussie Smollett
The trial of Jussie Smollett in which he is being charged with staging a hoax and lying to police started this week and already things are not looking good for the actor.
During the trial, there has been hours and hours of surveillance footage released and the men who are responsible for beating up Smollett are taking the stand to testify about what happened.
‘Bola’ Osundairo in the courthouse pic.twitter.com/Ddsy8nDqMS
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“We went over the details of what he wanted us to say and do,” Abimbola Osundairo told jurors.
Smollett allegedly told him to say, “Empire, f****t, n***er, MAGA” then the conversation moved to the more physical aspect, he said.
Osundairo testified, “He wants me to attack him, but he wanted me to pull the punch so I don’t hurt him, give him a bruise.”
The final part of the plan would be to “pour bleach on him and then he would run away,” Osundairo testified.
“Who was in charge of this thing?” Special Prosecutor Daniel Webb asked.
“Jussie was,” Osundairo told the jury.
Osundairo told Webb that Smollett “wanted to use the fake attack or camera footage for media.”
He said Smollett also told the brothers not to take a rideshare to where they planned to meet so there wouldn’t be a record of their trip.
One of the pieces of evidence that was also presented was a video of the men inside a taxi on their way to attack Smollett. But also, there is a video of the Osundairo brothers doing a dry run of the attack. If this was spontaneous and not a hoax, then how would they do a dry run?
— Charlie De Mar (@CharlieDeMar) June 24, 2019
Do you know what makes all of this even crazier? The fact that the corrupt State Attorney Kim Foxx dropped all charges on Smollett without even notifying the Chicago police department.
It’s going to look even worse if Smollett is found guilty. I would then call for an investigation into Kim Foxx which should already be happening and maybe it is since it took a judge to order a special prosecutor to get this thing even going properly.