Kim Kardashian

Family Of Victim In C-Murder’s Conviction Case Upset By Kim Kardashian’s Ongoing Efforts To Free The Rapper

Not everyone is happy that Kim Kardashian is advocating for No Limit Soldier C-Murder to be released from his prison sentence and granted a new trial.

According to TMZ Hip Hop, George Thomas, the brother of Steve Thomas, who C-Murder was convicted of killing in 2002, is livid at her efforts. Thomas said the family still can’t properly mourn his brother due to celebrities trying to get C-Murder out of jail.

He said only celebrities like Kardashian are behind these efforts. Although he appreciates Kardashian helping the wrongly imprisoned, he feels that C-Murder is not one of them.

After being accused of beating and shooting Smith to death, a jury found C-Murder guilty of second-degree murder. He was given a mandatory life sentence.

Recently, Kardashian took to Twitter, claiming that C-Murder’s conviction was based on the testimony of two men that Louisiana “dragged” to trial on material witness warrants. The men reportedly recanted their previous testimony.

She cited a new Louisiana law, Section 926.2, that allows people to submit new factual evidence to prove their innocence.