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Craig Titus & Kelly Ryan Investigation » Blog Archive » BODYBUILDER CASE: Informant gets reduced sentence

BODYBUILDER CASE: Informant gets reduced sentence

The main reporter covering the Titus and Ryan case, Glenn Puit, has provided another development via the Review Journal

An informant in the Craig Titus murder case had his lengthy prison sentence reduced to probation after ferreting out an alleged plot to kill three witnesses against the bodybuilder, according to court records obtained by the Review-Journal.

In March, Deen Cassim, 32, had been sentenced to three to 12 years in prison for the high-profile robbery of a national poker player.

But after working as an informant who exposed an alleged plot to have three witnesses killed in Titus’ murder case, Cassim was resentenced to probation in June, then released from the Clark County Detention Center.

Titus defense attorney Marc Saggese said that the benefits afforded to Cassim by authorities were inappropriate and that he now thinks Titus was the victim of a setup.

“Deen Cassim is a violent criminal, and they’ve let a violent criminal out on the streets,” Saggese said. “I’ve never seen anything like this.”

Saggese said he has never seen a defendant who already has been sentenced to prison resentenced in the same case after cooperating with authorities.

“Do you know how hard it is to amend a sentencing like this? Saggese said. “I’m floored. I have never, ever, heard of a resentencing of a convicted felon like that.”

The prosecutor in the Titus case, Robert Daskas, declined comment Monday.

Cassim’s attorney, Marty Hart, did not respond to a request for comment Monday.

– Read the entire article here.

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