An FBI forensic examiner stated that she never tested the gun for fingerprints in NBA Youngboy’s trial.
Icel Kuznetsova, a forensic examiner for the FBI and “an expert in the field of latent print examinations,” testified in the trial this week where she revealed that she didn’t discover any fingerprints on the magazine or cartridges of the FNX-45 pistol that was allegedly in NBA Youngboy’s possession. She also claimed that she didn’t actually test the gun itself for fingerprints.
“There’s no evidence based on any of your analysis that shows that Mr. Gaulden touched those particular items at all, is that correct?” defense lawyer Andrew Flier asked Kuznetsova.
“I did not develop any prints on these items,” she responded.
The testimony from Kuznetsova appears to be another win for NBA Youngboy in his case. Earlier this week, a judge ruled against using lyrics from two of his songs as evidence in the case.
Following his federal gun charge case in California, NBA Youngboy will have to face a judge in Louisiana for similar charges. NBA Youngboy pleaded not guilty in both cases.
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