The legal team representing the infamous Joe Maldonado-Passage believes President Donald Trump will issue a pardon for the man known as "Joe Exotic."
"We've delivered everything that I wanted to do on this project," Eric Love said. “I am absolutely confident that we are going to receive the pardon tomorrow. We worked very hard on it.” Love, the leader of Tiger Team- Joe's team of attorneys and private investigators who represent- says he's the one who told Exotic to look into a pardon. They filed a 257-page application last September.
Tiger Team expects to get the pardon sometime between 10am and 2pm. In the meantime, the group has prepared for his release. “We’ve got hair, makeup, wardrobes. Trust me, anything you can think of we have it, including a doctor and also a mental health expert,” Love said. He also said they have a limo waiting on standby to pick him up and take him to a secure location. “Joe’s biggest thing is he can’t wait to get out, as you can imagine, and he doesn’t want anyone to see him until his hair is done,” Love said. “So, the most important person tomorrow is the hair and makeup and wardrobe.”
Even if Maldonado-Passage is granted a pardon, Love said the case is far from over.
“We’re going to gain Joe’s freedom, but guess who we’re coming after? Everyone who was responsible for setting Joe up,” Love said. “It’s audio recordings. It’s people saying exactly what I said – they set him up. It’s ugly, man. It’s real ugly.
“Did Joe hire a hitman? Absolutely not. We’re able to prove that he did not.”
Joe is currently In a prison in Fort Worth, Texas.
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