Rap star Casanova had a court hearing on January 28th to decide whether or not he should be released on bond. Unfortunately, Casanova lost his attempt to get out of the Westchester County Jail.
The evidence that the Feds presented was damning indeed – because Judge Paul E. Davidson just denied Casanova’s request for freedom.
Prosecutors successfully argued that Casanova, born Caswell Senior, was a top leader of the Gorilla Stone, who ordered his underlings to commit violence on his behalf.
“The only thing the passage of time from the three prior first degree convictions has established is that the defendant has moved up from the more junior role to a leadership role, where he has his underlings do the dirty work on his and the gang’s behalf,” U.S. Attorney David Felton successfully argued.
Judge Davidson agreed with the Feds, who claimed Casanova was too much of a danger to the community to be set free.