Saturday, March 12, 2005


The twists and turns following C-Murder (or Corey Miller, as he will revert to once puberty is over) being found guilty of murder have dealt him a further knockback. He had been offered a new trial after the State ruled that he'd been convicted unfairly when the prosecution had neglected to mention that two of their witnesses had criminal records and cut a deal; now the 5th Circuit court of appeal has said that doesn't matter:

"there was an abundance of other evidence which fully established Miller's guilt."

So, no new trial, then. C-Murder will continue to C-the-inside-of-a-cell. But he's going to appeal again anyway.