View Full Version : James Prince Wins Court Victory In Suge Knight Case, Calls Harry-O A 'Snitch'

09-20-2006, 09:30 PM

Rap-A-Lot CEO James Prince recently won a court victory, after being subpoenaed during a high-profile boxing match in April 2006.

Prince, who also owns Prince Boxing, was subpoenaed by an attorney for imprisoned drug boss Michael "Harry-O" Harris, while sitting next to Marion "Suge" Knight during the IBF Welterweight Championship fight between "Pretty Boy" Floyd Mayweather and Zab "Super" Judah on Apr. 8.

Prince manages the career of Mayweather, who won a twelve round unanimous decision over Judah the evening Prince was subpoenaed.

Harris' attorney Steve Goldberg was seeking to determine if there was a financial relationship between Prince and Marion "Suge" Knight, as part of Harris' battle for control of Death Row Records.

Prince refused to answer questions concerning his financial dealings with Suge Knight.

Prince's lawyer then challenged the legality of Prince being deposed concerning Suge Knight and Death Row.

Eventually, any questions regarding J. Prince and Suge Knight were thrown out.

"Harris is a pathological lying snitch," Prince said adding that he was "pleased with the judge's decision on the court ruling."

Harris, who is serving 28 years for attempted-murder and drug dealing in San Quentin, claims he invested $1.5 million to help start Death Row Records in 1991 with Knight's attorney, David Kenner.

Knight filed for bankruptcy in an attempt to avoid paying Harris' estranged wife Lydia a $107 million default judgment.

The company is currently under management by a bankruptcy trustee, who recently announced an Oct. 31 deadline for creditors to file claims against Knight and Death Row Records.