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´╗┐Rap video doesn't play well in Portsmouth court hearing

Prosecutors played a video he posted on YouTube last year that shows Sutton and a cousin rapping a song called "Felonies" with references to gangs and murder victims. Prosecutors played a video he posted on YouTube last year that shows Sutton and a cousin rapping a song called "Felonies" with references to gangs and murder victims.

In "Buy Cheap Jintropin Online" it, he and another man perform a rap song sprinkled with racial epithets and references to violence, which jeeringly mentions a mother crying in a morgue.

The victim in the murder case, Darius Powell, 20, died in August 2006, hours after he was beaten with a gun so severely that his skull caved in, Commonwealth's Attorney Earle C. Mobley said at Sutton's sentencing Wednesday.

Sutton contended that the video was not expressing anything he wanted to do but was "like art."

Mobley said it was not art, but "bragging."

Circuit Judge Kenneth R. Melvin stood up and leaned over the bench to watch the act on the court "Anabola Steroider Norge Lagligt" clerk's computer before passing sentence. After hearing from both sides, he gave Sutton 25 years' active time, as well as 18 years suspended. He also gave him 10 years' supervised probation.

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Sutton, who was 17 at the time of Powell's death, testified Wednesday that 4-chlorodehydromethyltestosterone it was a co defendant who killed Powell.

He said he was in a car with three other Buy Injectable Steroids Canada people when one of them saw Powell and thought he was someone who had robbed them previously. He said that when he got out of the car with Morris C. Walker, he had a gun in his pocket, but he only meant to scare Powell.

He said he remained five feet away and that it was Walker who made Powell get down on the ground, went through his pockets and then beat him in the head with a shotgun.

Sutton's lawyer, Stephen B. Plott, argued that there was no evidence of the victim's DNA on the handgun his client had. Sutton also pleaded guilty to attempted robbery and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony.

Detective Kenneth L. Gavin of the police department's gang suppression unit said he was familiar with Sutton and that he had been observed with members of a Bloods gang on several occasions.