Rapper Gets 35 Years For Obstruction in Double Murder

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He may have been acquitted on murder charges in the death of a Reserve couple in 2014, but Baton Rouge rapper Steven "Future" Bradley will spend a long time behind bars.

He was sentenced to 35 years in prison by an Orleans Parish judge yesterday.  A jury found Bradley guilty last week on obstruction of justice charges.

A second defendant, Horatio Johnson, was convicted earlier this year in the murder of Kenneth and Lakeitha Joseph who were tossed off the I-510 bridge while tethered to weights.

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