Maybe now, he can resume his recording career

Local rapper C-Murder, born Corey Miller, has lost a battle in the court of appeal After he’d been convicted of murder, the trial court granted him a new trial. But the court of appeal reversed the new trial and reinstated his murder conviction.

About three weeks ago, C-Murder made news for recording a rap album and video while incarcerated in the Jefferson Parish Jail. Why not? Earl Long ran the state government while confined in a mental hospital. Like Uncle Earl, C-Murder must have thought that only his body was confined.

1 Comment so far

  1. Ernie (unregistered) on March 15th, 2005 @ 10:32 pm

    Important safety tip: if you are planning on committing a murder (or if you think you might find yourself on trial for murder because ‘da man is got it in for ya’) it’s best not to adopt a nickname that contains the word ‘murder’. It tends to send the wrong signal to the jury. You know, like, that you might think that murder is a cool thing or something like that.



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