Young Thug denied bond while facing racketeering, gang charges
ATLANTA Atlanta Georgia judge rejected bond -- again in the case of Atlanta singer Young Thug Young Thug,
who is among thirty people indicted within the 64-count indictment that claims he's the leader of a street band.
Superior Court Judge Ural Glanville heard a variety of motions that are pending in the trial of the singer who's real name is Jeffery Williams.
The rapper Gunna who's official title was Sergio Kitchens,
is also accused of racketeering as well as a the gang trial. Both are in jail since the arrests in May.
The group is accused of conspiring to break Georgia's law against racketeering however,
the indictment details the more serious crimes committed in the name of "Young Slime Life" associates which range from drug possession to murder.
Of the 28 suspects there are three who remain in the dark and at minimum, eight detained do not have lawyers,
the prosecutors told the judge according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.
As of now, Glanville has not granted bonds to any defendants due to concerns over witnesses being intimidated and also the chance that more crimes could be committed in advance of the trial in January.
Williams lawyers have repeatedly requested for their client to be provided with an ankle monitor and be allowed to stand trial under house arrest.