Specialist Examines Lil Boosie’s Computer In Murder Trial

By Carter Maness

The ongoing trial of Lil Boosie, aka Torrence Hatch, for first-degree murder continued this morning (May 9) as a forensic IT specialist took the stand to testify about the contents of the Baton Rouge rapper’s computer.

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Presenting evidence from a survey of Boosie’s hard drives, expert Constantino Simitirelos highlighted a tattoo parlor picture that surfaced during his investigation. Nothing specific about the image has been revealed at this time.

According to WAFB, the specialist testimony capped a two-day period that was filled by the questioning of several police officers associated with the case. One in particular, Detective Charles Johnson, informed the jury that Boosie had not been considered a suspect until his name emerged during the confession of his peer Michael “Marlo Mike” Louding.

As we reported earlier this week, Louding, who had admitted to the murder of Terry Boyd and fingered Boosie for giving the orders back in 2009, reneged on his story completely. He testified that he, Boosie and their presumed getaway driver Adirenne Pittman were all at the rapper’s house the night of the murder and that none of them were involved.