Kim Kardashian Continues To Work On Freeing C-Murder

She says she “strongly believes” in the No Limit rapper’s innocence.

One of Kim Kardashian’s passions over the past few years is criminal justice, and she’s often used her platform to bring attention to certain cases, and oftentimes, they result in her favor.

Most recently, the reality show star and entrepreneur took to her Twitter account to ask her followers to support her efforts to free C-Murder and advocate for his legal rights.

In a lengthy tweet, Kim cited a newly enacted Louisiana law that she believes could work in the No Limit rapper’s favor.

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“I wanted to shed some light on a case that I’ve been working on for years…,” she wrote prior to reminding her followers about what has transpired in the 52-year-old’s case. “Rather than search for the real perpetrator of the crime, the local sheriff’s office zeroed in on proving a case against Mr. Miller. The lead detective harassed multiple witnesses and mishandled the case to such a degree that the trial court had no choice but to grant Mr. Miller a new trial after he was convicted in 2003.

“Louisiana recently enacted a new law that provides innocent people with the ability to raise a post-conviction claim of factual innocence,” she continued. “Mr. Miller has raised such a claim and, like all of his prior post-conviction filings, has been denied relief without even so much as an evidentiary hearing. In light of the fact that the only witnesses have completely recanted their testimony, there is absolutely no remaining evidence against Mr. Miller.”

Ultimately, Kardashian ended by saying “Corey Miller deserves a day in court” to prove he didn’t shoot Steve Thomas in 2002. She also shared her condolences to the victim’s family.

In 2020, C-Murder named Kim Kardashian, as well as his ex-girlfriend Monica, his guardian angels for their work on his case. “After our call for the first time in 19 years, I slept!! You can rest behind these walls but never do you actually sleep,” wrote C-Murder on Instagram after his first conversation with Kardashian.

Previously, Kardashian has used her platform to bring attention to legal matters involving Cyntonia Brown, who was granted clemency, Alice Maria Johnson, and even recently visited a California prison with Lil Baby along with members of REFORM Alliance’s Future Shapers Advisory Council for Gen Z activists.

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