''We Trying To Go At the Governor''
6:00AM ET October 30th, 2012
Contributor : Chris G.
A Rocky Williform Company
A few months ago, incarcerated rapper Max B was told that his robbery-murder conviction would be upheld despite his appeal; meaning that he would remain in prison until 2042. Nonetheless, he is still fighting for his release, he is attempting to get four million signatures on a petition to release him from prison.
“We trying to get the petition on ‘Pardon The Wave’ signed,” he told AllHipHop. “We trying to go at the governor; we trying to go at the president. To the people that’s not signing the petition and screaming ‘Free Max B,’ that’s not wavy. Do the right thing; sign the petition.”
“Right now, I’m on post convictions. I’m still early in my appeal stages,” he explained. “This next appeal could take anywhere from 18 months…it could drag out for 10 years if I’m not on my game. But if I got the support I need, and everyone [does] what they’re supposed to do, I’m trying to get right back to court in the next 18 months to two years."
“This appeal right here, this is the one," he said. "This is kinda better than the first one, because I can come with different legal strategies. I just need the people to come out support the party and support the wave.”