Police officer that arrested Meek Mill on corrupt cops list

The case that put Meek Mill in prison just took another interesting turn.

Philadelphia police officer Reginald Graham, who was central to the arrest of rapper Meek Mill in 2007, is one of 29 officers on the District Attorney’s “Do Not Call List.” According to Newsweek, The Philadelphia Inquirer released a document that contained the names of several officers suspected of corruption.  

The case against Meek Mill

Meek Mill aka Robert Rihmeek Williams, was 18 when Graham had a hand in Mill’s 2008 conviction, after he was arrested for gun possession, while at a Philadelphia grocery store.

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Meek Mill served eight months in prison for the crime and was placed on a 5-year probation after his release. In November of 2017, Mill was arrested for violating his probation and given a two-to-four-year sentence, which he is currently serving.

The instances of corruption surrounding Mill’s case are continuously growing. According to a report by Newsweek, courthouse clerk Wanda Chavarria, was recently fired for asking Mill for money during his probation hearing through a note. In the note, Chavarria asked if Mill would pay the final semester of her son’s tuition at Virginia Commonwealth University.  

The case against the police

Meek Mill’s attorney, Joe Tacopina recently filed a motion claiming that Graham lied under oath to ensure the rappers’ arrest. Tacopina also accused the Philadelphia police and judicial system of unfair treatment and exploitation.

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Tacopina also filed a motion to have Judge Genece Brinkley, who has overseen all of Mills’ trails including the initial incident that involved Officer Graham, removed from the case. 

The amount of people under investigation surrounding Mill’s case has to be grounds to re-evaluate his sentence. It is clear that this is more than just a coincidence.