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Rapper Kodak Black Offers To Send Murdered FBI Agents’ Kids To College

Miami, FL – Rapper Kodak Black has offered to pay the college tuitions for the children of the federal agents murdered by the child pornography suspect in Sunrise.

Kodak Black was released from prison by former President Donald Trump in an 11th hour commutation before he left office on Jan. 20.

The controversial rapper was serving a four-year sentence after he pleaded guilty to federal weapons charges.

President Trump noted the entertainer’s charitable giving, even while he was in prison, as one of the reasons he decided to commute his sentence.

Kodak Black, who is known for having a charitable streak, made the offer in a letter sent to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) Miami office, TMZ reported.

The letter, which was sent by the rapper’s attorney, Bradford Cohen, said Kodak Black wanted to pay the college tuitions for the children of FBI Special Agents Daniel Alfin and Laura Schwartzenberger, who were both fatally shot on Feb. 2 while attempting to serve a search warrant on a 55-year old child pornography suspect.

Agent Alfin had 3-year-old child and Agent Schwartzenberger is survived 4-year-old and 9-year-old children, TMZ reported.

Cohen wrote that Kodak Black knew what it was like lose loved ones and grow up with only one parent and he wanted to make sure that the heroes’ survivors would never have to worry about the expense of sending their children to college.

The attorney said he had a friend in the FBI’s Miami field office who had told him that both of the murdered FBI agents had minor children, and he told Kodak Black about it, according to TMZ which obtained a copy of the letter.

Agents Alfin and Schwartzenberger were part of a team that was attempting to serve a search warrant at about 6 a.m. on Feb. 2 at the home of David Lee Huber, located at 10100 Reflections Boulevard West in Sunrise, WFOR reported.

The Miami Herald reported that the FBI child porn squad tracked down the suspect’s address working with the Internet service provider (ISP) and then matched up the physical address.

Officials said they believed Huber watched the FBI agents approach his apartment on a security camera before he opened fire through a closed door, FOX News reported.

Agents Alfin and Schwartzenberger were both fatally shot by the suspect.

Two more FBI agents each suffered multiple gunshot wounds, FOX News reported.

A third agent was wounded but was able to be treated by medics at the scene and did not have to be hospitalized.

Broward sheriff’s deputies, Davie police, Sunrise police, Pembroke Pines police, Miramar police, and Lauderhill Fire Rescue personnel quickly responded to the scene to assist the federal agents, WFOR reported.

Officials have said Huber barricaded himself in his apartment after he murdered the federal agents and then eventually took his own life.

FBI Miami Special Agent in Charge George Piro said at a press conference on Feb. 2 that the federal agents had been serving a “court-ordered federal search warrant for a violent crimes against children investigation” when Huber opened fire, FOX News reported.

“FBI Miami conducts search warrants almost daily,” Agent Piro told reporters. “They are an essential and important part of what we do and are thoroughly researched and meticulously planned to take into account any threats or dangers. The vast majority of these warrants occur without incident and the investigation continues.”

Both of the federal agents who were killed were veteran law enforcement officers who specialized in investigating crimes against children.

The FBI has not responded to requests about whether the slain agents’ families will accept Kodak Black’s officer, TMZ reported.

Written by
Sandy Malone

Managing Editor - Twitter/@SandyMalone_ - Prior to joining The Police Tribune, Sandy wrote the Politics.Net column for the Wall Street Journal and was managing editor of Campaigns & Elections magazine. More recently, she was an internationally-syndicated columnist for Conde Nast (BRIDES), The Huffington Post, and Monsters and Critics. Sandy is married to a retired police captain and former SWAT commander.

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