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Nephew Of The Wire’s Michael K. Williams Speaks Out After Drug Dealer Pleads Guilty In Connection To His Death

For some, it may be hard to believe that it’s been over a year and a half since the death of Michael K. Williams, the actor known best for his acclaimed work on HBO’s The Wire. Williams died of an accidental drug overdose, and four men who were allegedly involved with the distribution of the substances were criminally charged. This past week, one of those individuals pleaded guilty, cutting a deal that would determine his sentencing. After the news broke, Williams’ nephew spoke out, and he shared thoughts on what awaits the dealer. 

Irvin Cartagena is the person who took up the plea deal this week and, now, the 39-year-old could receive a sentence between five and 40 years, according to TMZ. Dominic Dupont spoke with the news outfit sometime after and opined that Cartagena is going to want to look to God and religion as a source of empowerment as he stares down a potentially lengthy sentence. All in all, Dupont believes the drug dealer will ultimately spend decades in prison and hopes that he’ll use the time behind bars to improve himself.