Eddie MMack reflects on his battle with the California judicial system on the Minister Travis (formerly Treali Duce)-produced ‘Suicide Watch.’
The story follows MMack who was arrested in a gang sweep that landed over a dozen young men in jail, many of them innocent. Officials tried to leverage penal code 182.5 to convict the defendants. In MMack’s case, his only ‘crime’ was that he was a rapper from Southeast San Diego who talked about his struggles.
Despite his innocence, MMack remembers police ‘running up in his job’ to arrest him, participating in jail riots, his girlfriend leaving him, and more. Ultimately, MMack says he had to accept a deal to ensure he would be released as soon as possible.
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