Dirty Cop Who Testified Against Meek Mill Stole "Chunks" Of Cash

AllHipHop Staff

Meek Mill could be a free man thanks to a new Internal Affairs report.

(AllHipHop News) Meek Mill's attempt to win his freedom is coming closer to becoming a reality, almost daily.

It was recently revealed that the arresting officer who testified against Meek Mill in 2007 for a drug and gun case, lied to the FBI while he was under oath.

According to a new Internal Affairs report, Philadelphia police officer Reginald Graham lied to investigators about his role in a 2005 robbery of a drug dealer, in which he and another dirty cop named Jeffrey Walker stole "chunks of cash" during a raid.

Walker turned informant and accused Graham of participating in the theft, something he denied until he failed a polygraph test and then admitted his role in stealing the cash.

Last November, Williams was sentenced to 2 to 4 years for a probation violation originating from a 2008 gun and drug case.

His lawyers have been fighting to get the 30-year-old released over an array of problems.

The report comes on the heels of the discovery that Reginald V. Graham was on a District Attorney Office's list of discredited cops and allegedly gave untruthful statements at the rapper's trial.

Meek's attorneys have also claimed that Genece Brinkley, the preceding judge, is strongly biased against Meek.