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Michael “Harry-O” Harris, the founder of Death Row Records, is asking for a compassionate release from prison due to contracting the virus and his reported compromised immune system, according to The Mercury News. Harris, 58, who is currently serving a 19-year sentence for federal convictions of cocaine trafficking, suffers from a condition called Guillain-Barré Syndrome,…

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Bill Cosby’s spokesperson’s appeal to the court to grant the disgraced comedian a “compassionate release” was denied by the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections and the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office. Cosby’s rep, Andrew Wyatt, contends the 82-year-old creator of “The Cosby Show” and “Fat Albert” will not survive if he contracts the coronavirus in prison…

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Rapper and murder suspect YNW Melly was denied a “compassionate release” from prison on April 14, 2020, despite claims that he contracted the coronavirus. Melly, who was born Jamell Maurice Demons in Gifford, Florida, even offered to the judge that he would pay for his own medical expenses, as he claims he is exhibiting the…

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