C-Murder Granted Temporary Release


Incarcerated former No Limit Records rapper C-Murder has been behind bars since 2009, as he is serving a life sentence for 2nd degree murder. But the TRU member was released briefly over the weekend to attend the funeral of his grandmother. Born Cory Miller, the rapper was granted leave from Angola State Penitentiary to attend the services, where his brother, No Limit founder Master P, and nephew, actor/rapper Romeo, were also in attendance.

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C-Murder Believes Master P Is Sabotaging His Murder Case

Posted: April 9, 2010

If a person can’t look to his/her family, who can he/she really trust when the chips are down?
With C-Murder trying to work on an appeal for his murder charge, he is becoming strongly convinced that his brother, Master P, is doing nothing but further hurting his chances of being released from prison.

After stating that he alerted Murder of the consequences that could come about from his particular moves in life, Master P added that his inability to surround himself with positive people landed his brother in such a situation.

“When my value system changed, I have to go out and live for my family and say ‘Man, look, if you hanging out there with these thugs, I’m out here with my kids.’ This is what I love because my kids are gonna be there for me in the end.”

The saying goes to be mindful of the company that one keeps as friends aren’t always out for everyone’s best interests, which only hurts the team in the end.

Inmate Claims Killing in C-Murder Case

Posted: Thursday – July 16, 2009

A jailed friend of C-Murder (Corey Miller) has confessed to the slaying of teenager Steve Thomas just 3 weeks before Miller’s murder retrial.

C-Murder is facing second-degree murder charges for the killing, and faces a maximum of life in prison.

The crime occurred at a Harvey nightclub 7 years ago, and Thomas was 16 at the time of his death.

The former No Limit soldier was convicted of the homicide in 2003, but the ruling was overturned due to evidence that prosecutors withheld the criminal records of their witnesses.

Juan Flowers told authorities that he was with Miller the night of the killing, and was the one that fired the fatal shot.

However, Flowers also states that he and Miller are “not responsible” for the slaying.

Flowers is currently serving life for an unrelated 2007 murder in Georgia’s Fulton County.

Prosecutors have pointed out that the new information contradicts the testimony of Dwayne “Wango” Cobbins, another friend of C-Murder’s who was present the night of the killing.

Cobbins has stated under oath that he witnessed C-Murder bringing a small gun into the club, hidden in his boot.

When the altercation began, Miller and several others attacked Thomas.

Because of the pandemonium from the shooting, Cobbins admitted he didn’t see Miller shoot the teen.

However, he fled the scene with Flowers, who disclosed that “no one could see C (Corey Miller) shoot that tiny little gun.”

Cobbins is also incarcerated, serving 9 years in federal prison for obstruction of justice/threatening a witness in C-Murder’s case.

At press time, a judge is reviewing the new revelation and will decide if Juan Flowers will be transported from Georgia to testify.

Currently, Corey “C-Murder” Miller is serving a 10 year sentence on a separate attempted second-degree murder conviction.

In that case, club surveillance video shows the rapper attempting to shoot a club owner and bouncer after exchanging heated words over search regulations.

Source: Allhiphop.com

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