C-Murder Allegedly Threatens Witnesses

A judge has revoked Corey "C-Murder"

Miller's bond for $2 million dollars, after prosecutors alleged that he had

friends contact witnesses in his murder trial of 16 year old Steve Thomas. In

January, Thomas allegedly snuck into the Platinum club with a fake ID and argued

with Miller. Miller allegedly pulled a gun and shot Thomas, who died at the

West Jefferson Medical Center in New Orleans. 300 people inside the club during

the shooting identified Miller as the shooter, according to police reports.

Miller allegedly used a cell phone that was smuggled

into the Jefferson Parish Correctional Center by prison guards to call associates

and have them harm or influences witnesses. Two guards have been fired in regards

to the plan.