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From Valhalla Jeezy Mula Late By Video To SDNY Pleads Not Guilty As Dajahn McBean

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, May 8 – Brooklyn rapper Dajahn McBean, also known as Jeezy Mula, was late to court on May 8.

The court was a video proceeding before U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Katharine Polk Failla.

 And McBean wasn't late by choice. He is in Westchester County Jail in Valhalla, and the video connection was late.

  When he got on, he pleaded not guilty to bank fraud charged in a case filed in 2020, but which dates back to allegations in 2018 and early 2019.

  Assistant US Attorney Andrew Chan told Judge Failla that of four smartphone seized in January 2019, law enforcement has only been able to crack one of them.

Still, both McBean and his co-defendant William Valdez are purchasing 1-terabyte hard drive have the discovery material burned onto them.

   Judge Failla said she will inform Judge Richard J. Sullivan, now on the Second Circuit Court of Appeals but who is still handling a McBean case and a number of other cases still on his docket covered by Inner City Press, of the day's proceedings. The case is 20-cr-226, US v. McBean (Failla). 


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