JUDGE IN C-MURDER CASE CORRUPT

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JUDGE IN C-MURDER CASE CORRUPT

Unread post by J-DUB » October 7th, 2004, 11:01 pm

HERES THE ARTICLE FROM ALLHIPHOP.COM.


A judge that helped set the tone for the murder trial of rapper Corey “C-Murder” Miller has been indicted on federal corruption charges, after he and another man allegedly conspired with a bail bonds mogul and took more than $20,000 in bribes.

State Judge Alan Green was indicted last week on seven federal counts that include racketeering and mail fraud, in a probe of corruption at the Jefferson Parish courthouse.

Authorities say Green and Louis Marcotte conspired together to raise the maximum amount a suspect or their relatives paid in order to be released from jail.

Master P. has frequently stated that his brother, who is accused of murdering a 16-year-old in a nightclub shooting in 2002, never received a fair trial due to the ongoing corruption in the court system.

“The whole system there is corrupt." Master P. told AllHipHop.com in June. “There are so many witnesses that said C didn't do this. Look at what the D.A. has done, clearing records and that kind of thing. Everyone assumed he was guilty but people testified he didn't do it. Now he's sitting there incarcerated and we believe he's innocent."

The younger Miller was convicted of the murder in a controversial trial. He is facing a mandatory life sentence.

Miller’s first trial was scrapped, after it was learned that prosecutors withheld information during the first trial and even expunged the criminal records of their witnesses, in an attempt to bolster their credibility.

Another Judge, Ronald Bodenheimer, is serving a 46-month sentence for helping Marcotte and for other crimes uncovered in a 5 ½ year government sting operation known as Operation Wrinkled Robe.

Green is also under investigation for reversing a judgment in favor of Kmart and awarding the victim of a slip-and-fall accident more than $800,000, after he and several others accused of the same crimes allegedly rigged the case.

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Re: JUDGE IN C-MURDER CASE CORRUPT

Unread post by over it » October 8th, 2004, 3:39 am

damn thats wrong

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Re: JUDGE IN C-MURDER CASE CORRUPT

Unread post by JONES » November 18th, 2004, 1:36 pm

THAT SH=T WAY F-CKED UP.WE HAVE CORRUPT PEOPLE IN ALL FIELDS OF WORK.AND TO BE REAL,THAT SOME SCARY AZZ SH-T.

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Re: JUDGE IN C-MURDER CASE CORRUPT

Unread post by project blowed » November 18th, 2004, 2:57 pm

that's messed up. i guess some judges fail to see how much wealth and power they already have and are stupid to take the chance of abusing them.

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Re: JUDGE IN C-MURDER CASE CORRUPT

Unread post by alexalonso » June 6th, 2008, 10:56 pm

what's the update on this Judge? Did the judge go to prison? And did C Murder get another trial?

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Re: JUDGE IN C-MURDER CASE CORRUPT

Unread post by slabb » May 25th, 2009, 10:24 am

Man Money go a long way

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