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C-Murder Taps Harvard Lawyers to Appeal His Case for Free
New Orleans rapper C-Murder is attempting to appeal his recent murder conviction, but is unable to afford lawyers to argue his case. Interesting considering, C-Murder, born Corey Miller, is the brother of New Orleans rap mogul Percy "Master P" Miller, whose label, No Limit Records,…
Master P Partners with HUD to Rebuild His Old Hood
Former gangster rapper and No Limit Records founder Master P has announced a partnership with the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development -- more commonly known as HUD -- to rebuild the B.W. Cooper Housing Projects (formerly called the Calliope Projects) in New Orleans...
Master P Plans to Feed One Million People This Holiday Season
New Orleans' original rap mogul Master P has announced an initiative to feed and clothe at least one million people this holiday season. Despite a rap repertoire that includes tracks like 'Ghetto D,' a crack recipe with beats, Master P publicly renounced his gangster lifestyle in 2006…
C-Murder Announces New Album, Despite Life Sentence
Former No Limit rapper C-Murder is releasing a new album in the most adverse of circumstances. Last month, the 38-year-old brother of Master P was convicted of second-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison by a 10-2 jury vote in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana...
C-Murder Found Guilty of Second-Degree Murder
On Tuesday, August 11, troubled New Orleans rapper Corey "C-Murder" Miller was convicted of second-degree murder for the 2002 shooting of 16-year-old fan Steve Thomas.
After two days of deliberation, the jury reached a 10-2 guilty verdict at around 1:30 PM, but they were told to return to t…
C-Murder Pleads No Contest to Attempted Murder
New Orleans rapper C-Murder has pleaded no contest to attempted murder charges, according to reports.
The unfortunately named MC and brother of Master P, plead out to two counts of attempted murder in the second degree for a 2001 incident when Murder, born Corey Miller, threatened two men with a gu…
C-Murder Launches Web Site to Aid Murder Defense
After a seven-year legal battle, rapper C-Murder has launched a Web site to help fund his defense for his upcoming murder re-trial.
The site, CoreyMillerInnocenceFund.com, entreats "Friends, family, associates, peers and supporters... to donate one thousand dollars each to pay for needed at…