Fugees Rapper Says His Lawyer Lost His Case by Using AI

Major Drag Alert A one-time Fugees rap group member claims that his attorney fumbled his conspiracy trial because he used artificial intelligence. As The Register reports, founding Fugee Prakazrel “Pras” Michel has accused his former defense attorney David Kenner of using AI in the rapper’s federal conspiracy trial, leading to him being found guilty of a bunch of crimes, including being a foreign agent for China. To be fair, Michel’s case was super weird even before he made the AI accusation against his ex-attorney. The “Ghetto Superstar” rapper had apparently fashioned himself a politico and businessman after going solo and getting into film and television in the first decade of the 2000s, eventually donating massive sums to Barack Obama’s reelection efforts in 2012 on behalf of foreign entities — a charge that he was found guilty of, but denies is true. In the Obama reelection scheme, Pras crossed paths with Malaysian financier Jho Low, the “Wolf of Wall Street” film investor who’s still on the run from the law after being hit with massive-scale corruption charges, including some of those for which Michel was found guilty. And now we have a fascinating AI twist on that decidedly old-school financial drama. Writer In The Dark In a heavily redacted motion filed in district court in Washington, DC, Michel claims that Kenner used “an experimental AI program to write his closing argument, which made frivolous arguments, conflated the schemes, and failed to highlight key weaknesses” in the government’s case against him. As wild…Fugees Rapper Says His Lawyer Lost His Case by Using AI

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