New Orleans, LA – A key witness in C-Murder’s homicide case has reportedly changed his story and now, the New Orleans rapper wants his conviction thrown out.
According to The Times Picayune, witness Kenneth Jordan said he lied when he testified C-Murder (real name Corey Miller) shot and killed 16-year-old Steven Thomas at the Platinum Club in 2002.
In an affidavit filed with the 24th Judicial Court, Jordan reportedly said, “I know the individual that I saw shoot the gun was not Corey Miller.”
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Attorney Paul Baker also alleges Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office detectives and prosecutors on the case pushed Jordan to make false statements by threatening him with criminal charges in an unrelated incident.
“He was really their star witness at the second trial,” Baker said. “Without him, him they don’t get a conviction.”
Baker filed a memorandum seeking a new trial for the No Limit solider.
C-Murder, who is the younger brother of Master P, is currently serving a life sentence at the Louisiana State Penitentiary in Angola in what he calls “inhumane” conditions.
He was convicted in 2009.