Bobby Shmurda still hasn’t received his proper day in court.
But two of his GS9 associates just did, and it didn’t go well for them.
Rashid Derissant and Alex Crandon have been convicted of the 2013 murder of a rival gang member.
“As indicated by their verdict, the jurors in this trial heard evidence describing a cold blooded murder, wild gunplay and a terrifying disregard for the safety of innocent bystanders as the defendants tried to violently settle scores with rivals in New York City and beyond,” said Special Narcotics Prosecutor Bridget G. Brennan.
Among the charges the jury found the pair guilty of are second degree murder, second degree attempted murder, first and second degree assault and first degree criminal use of a firearm.
It’s unclear what effect — if any — this will have on Shmurda’s trial, which is expected to begin May 11.