Garcia “Cuban Harry” Man who sold painkiller-spiked soda drinks to Lil’ Wayne, Chris Brown gets 30 years in prison

A Miami man, Harrison Garcia, 27, accepted to have provided painkiller-spiked soda drinks to Lil’ Wayne, Chris Brown and other Hip Hop specialists has been condemned to 30 years in jail.

A federal judge sentenced Garcia, also known as Cuban Harry, to prison after jurors convicted him of armed drug trafficking in April.

U.S. Judge Patricia Seitz said Garcia’s crimes were serious against the backdrop of a national drug epidemic that “dehumanizes and enslaves” addicts.

She said: “It is the kind of conduct that is very much a scourge on our community”.

Garcia was sentenced on Friday in a federal court.

U.S. Judge Patricia Seitz said Garcia’s violations were not kidding against the setting of a national medication pestilence that “dehumanizes and oppresses” addicts.

She stated: “It is the sort of direct that is particularly a scourge on our group”.

Garcia was condemned on Friday in a government court.

U.S. Judge Patricia Seitz said Garcia’s wrongdoings were not kidding against the scenery of a national medication pandemic that “dehumanizes and oppresses” addicts.

She stated: “It is the sort of lead that is particularly a scourge on our group”.

Garcia was condemned on Friday in a government court.

Government specialists say Garcia was a major provider of “lean,” or “sizzurp,” a capable mix of pop and medicine quality syrup of promethazine with codeine.

Diverse sorts of the “lean” drink have been well known in the hip-bounce industry and melodies over the previous decade, with rappers, for example, Lil’ Wayne, Young Thug and Future dropping tributes to the invention.

They are also always seen sipping from white styrofoam cups or others types of cups while they shoot their music videos, travel, perform on stage or just walk on the streets.

Garcia’s Instagram page – which has over 30,000 followers – showed off a rap-video lifestyle; he proudly showed off gold chains and wads of cash, jewel-encrusted teeth and many tattoos, including one of the fictional drug kingpin Scarface wielding an assault rifle.

He was never subtle about his love of lean. He called himself “Muhammad_a_Lean” and the “CEO of Purple Drank,”.

He has a diamond-encrusted pendant of a styrofoam cup and posted many photos of soda and cough syrup on IG page.

Garcia insisted he was nothing more than a junkie, not a dealer, who tried to play the part of dope peddler on social media to build street cred for his hip-hop career. “I had an image to portray, to boost up my followers,” Garcia testified at a pre-trial hearing in January. “I guess it’s just the music industry.”

Over four days of testimony at his April trial, jurors heard that Garcia admitted he sold “large amounts of narcotics” to rapper Lil Wayne, and received a $15,000 payment from singer Chris Brown for drugs, including lean.

Jurors viewed undercover videos of two drug deals Garcia allegedly completed with two confidential informants posing as buyers. They also saw a slew of Instagram photos of Garcia showing off an arsenal of guns, five of which were seized by U.S. Homeland Security Investigation agents.

Garcia is also facing state racketeering charges in Broward, where authorities say he paid a crew of young men to bust into dozens of Walgreens and CVS stores to steal the pricey bottles of promethazine with codeine syrup.

His lawyer in the federal case, Gus Lage, said his team will appeal the sentence.

“Given that Harrison went to trial, declined to collaborate and that draconian least compulsory sentences exist which made 30 years and one day the most minimal sentence that could be forced in light of the current situation, we were satisfied that the court and the administration consented to the inconvenience of the most reduced sentence accessible,” Lage said.

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