A defendant in 6ix9ine Case Asks for Lesser Sentence!
While 6ix9ine is awaiting his sentencing on Dec. 18 following his testimony in the trial of two of his former Nine Trey affiliates; Aaron “Bat” Young lawyers are asking for a lesser sentence due to his low IQ and past abuse. WTH? Read on for more details on a defendant in 6ix9ine case asking for a lesser sentence…
CelebNMusic247.com reports that defendant Aaron “Bat” Young, who pleaded guilty back in April to being part of a racketeering conspiracy and is set to be sentenced later this month.
According to reports, Young admitted to participating in distributing drugs, and the attempt to murder former Nine Trey affiliate, Shane “Snow Billy” Hardy in the 6ix9ine case.
His sentence is based on his admission and previous convictions are set at 240 months or 20 years. Though, Young’s lawyer submitted a letter to the judge, Paul Engelmayer, that made a case for less time.
Aaron “Bat” Young’s Low IQ Is To Blame For Poor Choices and Murder says his Attorney Aaron Mysliwiec:
Attorney Aaron Mysliwiec wrote that Young, 38, deserves leniency because he “was born severely premature and addicted to crack cocaine” and was “subjected to extreme physical abuse by his mother.”
In addition to being born “premature and addicted to crack cocaine” along with “physical abuse” Mysliwiec said, Young was diagnosed with “Mild Mental Retardation of Intellectual Functioning.” That explains why his IQ was only 63 in the 5th grade.
Basically, his lawyers are calling him dumb, so in return, he only makes stupid decisions and wrong choices, according to Complex who reported this first. SHM
Mysliwiec Argues Young’s Sentence in a Letter to the Judge.
His lawyer writes:
Kifano Jordan was just under Jones in the Nine Trey hierarchy and participated in multiple shootings and robberies, and he received a sentence of 180 months’ imprisonment. Mr. Young has committed serious crimes, but I respectfully submit he does not deserve a term of imprisonment that is 105 months longer than Jones and 60 months longer than Jordan.
Currently, Jamel “Mel Murda” Jones, who received 135 months; and 6ix9ine’s former manager Kifano “Shotti” Jordan, who got a 180-month sentence.
Aaron “Bat” Young is facing the longest sentence, but it has nothing to do with the poor excuses that his attorney is trying to claim.
Yeah, we’re NOT buying it, but apparently attorney Aaron Mysliwiec hopes the judge does. His attorney is really reaching on this one.
Young’s sentencing will take place on Nov. 18.