Two of Suge Knights attorneys were locked up for allegedly trying to bribe some witnesses in his murder case.
According to reports, Attorneys Matthew Fletcher and Thaddeus Culpepper were arrested on charges of acting as accessories after the fact, which is a felony.
TMZ reports the following about the situation.
Fletcher allegedly tried to pay witnesses who were at Tam’s to say they saw the victims and others in possession of a gun — a critical point in Suge’s defense … this according to documents obtained by the L.A. Times.
Culpepper allegedly tried to pay an informant to say he was present during the incident at Tam’s and would testify in a way that was favorable to Suge.
Both attorneys are being held on a $1 million bond.