Defendant Takes the Stand in Juggalo Homicide Trial - Yahoo! NewsThe rap compositions did not in themselves mean anything, said Seagrave's defense attorney, Joe D'Andrea. But the lines composed by the defendants were damning.
"He sat next to me and I stabbed the (expletive) right in the neck and head. … He choked and started running but his (expletive) was dead. … He wanted to (expletive) from friend but we (expletive) him instead. … He was begging, begging, begging but Skippy said 'no' so I left the blade in his neck."
It fit with Freemore's confession. Of course, it was all art and poetry, according to the defense.