26-year-old Tevin Biles-Thomas was facing charges of murder, voluntary manslaughter
and felonious assault following the incident where his 23-year-old cousin, a 19-year-old
and a 21-year-old died.
Biles-Thomas — who pled not guilty — was in court in Cleveland when the judge granted
his attorney’s request to acquit him on all charges due to a lack of evidence.
When announcing the ruling, the judge pointed out several inaccuracies with witness
descriptions of the shooter’s clothing … among other issues.
Biles-Thomas’ attorney also claims Tevin never fired any shots during the shooting.
Following the ruling, the mother of one of the victims lunged towards Biles-Thomas …
saying, “You have to be f***ing kidding me. I’m going to kill you.”
The woman was held back by security and will reportedly NOT face charges.
Biles-Thomas’ attorney, Joseph Patituce, addressed the confrontation following the
acquittal … saying, “We get it, she’s angry. She was led to believe Mr. Biles was guilty,
when he wasn’t, and she reacted like a mother. We don’t fault her for that,”
“She lost a son and we understand, and we respect the fact that she has suffered
horribly, her family has suffered horribly, just like the other families — including Mr.
Biles,” Patituce said.