Karl Jordan Jr. and Ronald Washington are accused of murdering Jam Master Jay. Their trial is scheduled to begin in February 2023.
Karl Jordan Jr. and Ronald Washington face trial for Jam Master Jay’s murder in 2023. A witness says Jordan confessed to the crime.
The defense lawyer does not believe the allegation is true.
A judged denied Karl Jordan Jr.’s request to be released on bond. Jordan is one of two men accused of murdering Hip Hop legend Jam Master Jay.
According to prosecutors, one of the men accused of killing Jam Master Jay is a menace to society who will intimidate witnesses if he is released. Read more!
One of the suspects accused of murdering Run-DMC founder Jam Master Jay is hoping a judge will let him out of prison before his trial. Read more.
The two men allegedly involved with the murder of hip-hop pioneer Jam Master Jay will head to trial this fall for the heinous crime! Read more!
One of the shooters accused of killing Jam Master Jay plans to prove he was not the gunman who shot the legendary Run-DMC DJ in his recording studio!
One of the men accused of killing Jam Master Jay was positively identified by a witness – however this information could oddly work in his favor.
A source close to Jam Master Jay claims the DJ was getting his drugs on consignment from a member of BMF.
One of the guys accused of gunning down Jam Master Jay is in more trouble with the Feds.
The seminal rap group refuse to let the legacy of Jam Master Jay collect dust, so they are dropping a compilation of hits in his honor.
Federal prosecutors are making their case against the two men accused of murdering Run-DMC’s DJ, Jam Master Jay.
Chuck D. explains how Run-DMC and Jam Master Jay inspired him to record his first song “Public Enemy #1.”
In part 2 of AllHipHop’s sitdown with Curtis Scoon, the Hollis native explains how he transformed his life in the 18 years after he was implicated in the slaying of Jam Master Jay.
Curtis Scoon was once a suspect in the death of Jam Master Jay. He sits down with AllHipHop.com to talk about the indictment of two suspects, allegations in a JMJ documentary and much more in this AllHipHop exclusive.
Ronald “Tinard” Washington was a feared gangster on the streets of Hollis, Queens, who claimed the cops threatened to kill him over the murder of Jam Master Jay.
A Change.org petition has popped up for one of the two suspects indicted for killing Jam Master Jay, maintaining his innocence.
A judge just ruled that one of the two men accused of killing Jam Master Jay is just too dangerous to be on the street.
(AllHipHop News) Ll Cool J is celebrating after learning two man have been indicted for the murder of his friend Jam Master Jay. The Run-DMC star was killed in 2002 and now New York police officials are convinced they have the men responsible. “I’m just so happy that they got indicted on that,” LL tells […]