Back in October of this past year, Bobby Shmurda officially was sentenced to seven years in state prison for weapons charges, stemming from his December 2014 arrest. Shmurda's arrest was in connection with other members of his GS9 gang, with one affiliate, Santino Boderick, finding a different fate as a result of his own actions.
As reported, Boderick, 23, has been sentenced to 117-and-a-half to 130 years in prison for his involvement in gang-related violence.
According to the reports, Boderick was convicted of 23 counts, including charges such as attempted murder in the first degree, conspiracy to commit murder, criminal use of a firearm in the first degree and attempted assault in the first degree.
Special narcotics prosecutor Bridget G. Brennan confirmed the news in a press release yesterday (Jan. 18).
"Santino Boderick was convicted of multiple incidents involving shocking violence, and which reflected utter disregard for human life," Brennan stated. "The sentence imposed on him today will protect the community, and appropriately punish behavior that terrorized countless innocent people."
Last year, Boderick reportedly rejected a plea deal, while his three fellow GS9 members accepted the offer, Shmurda included, allowing each to serve a seven-year sentence. As reported, Boderick was originally offered 15 years due to the fact he was facing an additional charge of attempted assault.
According to Page Six, prior to learning the news of his lengthy sentence, Boderick told a Manhattan judge to "suck my d**k," and spitting other expletives, resulting in the defendant having to be removed from the courtroom.
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