Corey Miller aka C-Murder fights to get released from prison but to no avail. Miller is serving a life sentence for allegedly killing a man in In the latest news, Miller is asking the judge for a re-trial. However, one again the judge has refused. This is a case for the record books. Thomas had used a fake ID to get in the club. Allegedly, Thomas got into some kind of altercation with C-Murder and his crew.
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Corey Miller born March 9, , better known by his stage name C-Murder , is an American rapper, songwriter, actor, author, and convicted murderer. He initially gained fame in the mids as a part of his brother Master P 's label No Limit Records , primarily as a member of the label's supergroup, TRU. Miller went on to release several solo albums of his own through the label including 's platinum Life or Death. In , Miller was arrested in connection with the murder of year-old Steve Thomas, and was sentenced to life in prison on August 14, Miller is currently serving his sentence in the Louisiana State Penitentiary. Controversy surrounding witnesses involved in Miller's trial came to light in when two key witnesses recanted their statements, claiming they had been pressured into testifying against Miller by authorities. Miller maintains his innocence, and both he and his brother have called for a new trial numerous times. Miller spent most of youth growing up In the notorious Calliope Projects. In he was arrested and served a short stint in jail. Shortly after, he enlisted into the U.
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Corey Miller, the rapper known as C-Murder, failed this week in a bid to have his conviction for a killing in Harvey thrown out or retried, after a judge ruled that the recantations of two witnesses in the case were not credible. Judge Steven Enright of 24th Judicial District Court ruled Wednesday that Miller, who was convicted in of fatally shooting Steven Thomas in a Harvey nightclub in , did not meet the burden of proof for post-conviction relief. Miller's attorney had argued that his conviction should be thrown out, or at least that he should be granted a hearing to argue the matter in court. Citing precedents, Enright wrote that recantations of previous testimony "are highly suspicious" and rarely rise to the level necessary to grant a new trial. Except in rare circumstances, he wrote, "a new trial should not be granted on the basis of a recantation because it is tantamount to perjury so as to discredit the witness at a later trial. Miller's attorney, Paul Barker, could not be reached for comment about whether he will appeal the ruling. His high-profile case was thrown back into the spotlight in June when the true-crime television series "Reasonable Doubt" focused on it, interviewing two witnesses who have now changed their stories. The two also filed sworn affidavits to that effect on behalf of Corey Miller, who is serving life in prison. Kenneth Jordan said he was lying when he told police he saw Miller stand over the year-old Thomas during a brawl at the Platinum Club on Jan.
This post was contributed by a community member. The views expressed here are the author's own. Prison insiders indicate this move to the Hunt facility signals C-Murder getting closer to a better life, ' most inmates transferred there are usually done so because of their transition to freedom ' stated one prisoner from Angola who spoke with a TRU Team member, during the transfer of C-Murder to Hunt Prison. C-Murder has always stated he was innocent of all charges and to this day maintains his innocence; perhaps we are seeing signs of the system moving in a positive direction for Miller's future. According to sources close to the case, the REAL killer recorded a confession to the murder of which Miller was convicted in the presence of his own legal counsel and this confession had been offered up to the authorities in Louisiana on multiple occasions but fell on deaf ears for quite some time apparently. Now that news of the reported confession has been circulated through the legal system and some media outlets, perhaps we are seeing an early manifestation of Lady Justice taking off her blindfold!!! Circumstances, as they are playing out over the long term, are presenting more hope, however, that an injustice is about to be rectified…better late than never! Followers of the case will recall that Miller was sentenced to life in prison, with what amounted to no conclusive evidence according to previous stories. Statements on his conviction include one from a juror in the case who provided a thirteen-page hand-written affidavit describing the bullying and coercive tactics used in the deliberation room to obtain the guilty verdict, which landed Miller his life sentence. Miller's team provided The Hype Magazine with a full copy of the juror's affidavit:.