Rapper Kodak Black’s lawyer lashed out at the Justice Department for offering Hunter Biden a prison-less plea deal, when his client got three years for the same charge.
Black’s attorney, Bradford Cohen, blasted the DOJ for Hunter’s probation only plea deal when his client got 46 months for a similar charge.
“2 tiers of justice? Kodak was charged for the same crime. Got over 3 years,” Cohen posted on Instagram on Tuesday.
“Mr. Biden will not serve a day. Feels right? Do FBI agents and federal authorities take cases personally?” He questioned.
https://t.co/20Z6Dwhnda After 26 years, I have yet to have a plea in a case with an illegal possession of a weapon and tax evasion, that did not come with some kind of prison sentence. Indigents charged the same way would be getting jail time. pt.1
— Bradford Cohen (@bradfordcohen) June 20, 2023
The DOJ announced that the less-than law abiding first son agreed to plead guilty to two misdemeanor counts of willful failure to pay federal income tax.
He admitted to failing to file his 2017 and 2018 tax returns, but how much he owes on his reported income of $3 million in total was not specified.
Hunter also entered into a pretrial diversion agreement for possession of a firearm for while being a user of controlled substances.
Kodak Black Served 3 Years In Prison For The Same Crimes That Hunter Biden Committed
Must Be Nice When Your Dads The Big Guy pic.twitter.com/wJoISAjQCR
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The former addict confessed to lying on a October 2018 gun purchase form, in a direct parallel to Kodak Black’s gun purchase charges.
The rapper was sentenced to nearly four years in Florida prison after pleading guilty in 2019 to using a fake social security number to buy three guns in Miami.
Black’s criminal record would have prevented him from buying and possessing the firearms when the federal form was screened in a background check.
Hunter will serve no jail time and only received a two year probation period, which will be expunged from his record upon completion of the term.
“There’s no such thing as not getting jail time on a gun charge on any kind of gun charge,” Cohen told Fox News Digital on Tuesday.
Hunter Biden, Kodak Black, Lil Wayne and Lil Boosie all committed the same exact federal gun crime.
So they threw the big homie Kodak Black in jail.
They threw Lil Boosie in jail.
They tried throw Lil Wayne in jail.
Hunter Biden gets off scot free.
Are the feds racist?
— Lavern Spicer 🇺🇸 (@lavern_spicer) June 20, 2023
“I think that this is like, you know, they figured the easiest way for them to save face [was] to charge him, not give him prison, and then hope that [Joe] Biden doesn’t give him a pardon until he’s on his way out two years.”
“So, they get a couple of couple years of probation out of them,” he remarked.
Cohen said that he had never seen a public figure charged with a similar offense who did not spend at least a token amount of time in prison.
Kodak Black's lawyer slams Hunter Biden plea deal after rapper sentenced to 3+ years for same crime
Attorney for the Black rapper questioned different outcomes for his client, president's White son pic.twitter.com/O40ig6mwgE
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He cited Desperate Housewives star Felicity Huffman’s brief stint behind bars for her involvement in the pay-to-play college admissions scandal.
“So, in this Felicity, Huffman case, to give the woman two weeks in prison, you know that you actually have to surrender yourself going for two weeks, change her clothes out to all this stuff, for literally 14 days,” he recalled.
“And this guy gets absolutely nothing?” Cohen said in astonishment. “I’ve just never seen it happen.”
Rapper Kodak Black lied on a gun application form. He got 4 years in prison.
Not a peep from Black Lives Matter about Hunter Bidens white privilege.
— Dr. PMS (@ps1ack) June 20, 2023
Full House actress Lori and Loughlin fashion designer husband Mossimo Giannulli both plead guilty to paying a half-million dollars to get their teenage daughters accepted at the University of Southern California as recruits on the rowing team, despite never playing the sport.
In 2019, Loughlin was sentenced to two months in prison and a $150,000 fine, while Giannulli received five months behind bars and a $250,000 fine, after getting stung by the FBI in Operation Varsity Blues.
Loughlin served the entire two month sentence, while Giannulli was released three weeks early.
— MikePagliaccio (@Mikebaronecomic) March 12, 2019
In similar tax cases to Hunter’s, Jersey Shore star Mike “The Situation” served eight months for failing to pay $2.3 million in federal taxes over five years.
While Blade star Wesley Snipes served three years in a federal correctional facility for three misdemeanor counts of failing to file taxes on $15 million in earnings.
“A federal crime is supposed to be a federal crime,” Cohen concluded.
“And federal crimes are supposed to be very serious federal crimes, and that’s why you look at prison sentences.”