Bone Thugs-N-Harmony's own "Flesh-N-Bone" (known to the government as Stanley Howse) had all his felony gun charges dropped today (4-20). "The defense turned over some information, and we investigated and realized we were unable to proceed with the charges as filed, so the judge dismissed the case," said Jane Robison, a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles district attorney's office.
Flesh-N-Bone's attoney, Shepard Kopp, reacted saying "It vindicates what I've said from the start of this case, which is that Mr. Howse did not possess any contraband," he said. "When you haven't done anything wrong and you wind up in jail it's a pretty traumatic event. There's still a parole hold, and we hope to get that resolved within the next week."