One of the four men accused of murdering XXXTentacion claims police violated his rights when questioning him, and is demanding his testimony not be allowed in court.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Michael Boatwright has filed a motion to suppress testimony he gave police.
Boatwright is currently behind bars awaiting his trial. He has been preparing his defense for the case.
In newly filed documents, Boatwright’s lawyer claims on July 5, 2018, his client was arrested on an unrelated drug charge and transported to the Broward Sheriff’s Office interrogation room.
He claims a homicide detective who was investigating Boatwright as a possible suspect in the murder of XXXTentacion immediately began asking him a series of “background” questions.
Boatwright says eight minutes into the questioning he told the officer he “don’t wanna talk no more.”