Dammy Krane is not a free man, there is only a 180-day delay in bringing full charges, Tapjets’ Head of flight safety and security Konstantin has said.
This claims comes barely 48 hours after Dammy Krane issued a statement on Twitter, saying he has regained freedom following a case of stolen credit cards used to hire a private jet in Miami.
The US-based private jet company through its safety and security head, issued the following statement:
“There is a 180-day delay in bringing full charges. Information from our attorney indicated that his accomplice, Chukwuebuka Ilochonwu, is giving police full cooperation. This was why they asked for 180 days to bring big charges. So he is not free. Court record says ‘no action’ it does not say ‘not guilty.’”