Tekashi 6ix9ine Phone and Video Surveillance Place it in robberies, throws - TMZ

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Fes & # 39; Photo Proof

He finds it in armed robberies, shots

12/8/2018 11:13 PST

EXCLUSIVE

The proverb goes, photos or has not happened … and in Tekashi69The case, the feds say they have everything they need to prove their involvement in multiple crimes … TMZ has learned.

The federal prosecutors have filed documents, obtained by TMZ, which include over a dozen images of Tekashi, his ex-manager Kifano "Shotti" Giordano (aka Tr3way) and other crew members who pull armed robberies and shootings. The evidence seems to have died for rights.

According to the documents, the police grabbed video from 6ix9ine or crew members' phones and matched them with surveillance videos of an April 3-armed robbery in Brooklyn. They say the pictures prove that Shotti has stolen and that the policemen believe that Tekashi watched from the road and recorded video.

There is a screen that captures that video, which prosecutors think Tekashi has given to a third party to publish on the Internet. Also includes … matching shots of a backpack that was stolen and later found in Tekashi's house during a September raid. That raid also showed an AR-15 rifle.

Click on the gallery … you can also see the policemen with pictures of 6ix9ine's 2 shootings in Brooklyn April 21st. TMZ reported for the first time the alleged involvement of Tr3way in such incidents.

Prosecutors have filed these images as proof that Tekashi should be held without bail. In the documents, they point out that it is at risk of escape because it often takes "up to $ 100,000 in a single [bank] withdrawal. "

They made their point. Tekashi is still sitting in a federal facility … without bail.

His lawyer, Lance Lazarus, states: "Daniel Hernandez is innocent and has never been part of a criminal enterprise, he should never have been indicted."

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