The prosecution put a second witness on the stand who testified he saw rapper C-Murder shoot a teen in a
suburban night club in 2002.Corey Miller, known as C-Murder, is charged with second-degree murder in the death of 16-year-old Steve Thomas, who was shot and beaten in a now-closed nightclub.On Thursday, Kenneth Jordan said he was standing about five to six feet from Miller when he saw the rap star pull out a pistol and shoot Thomas. On cross examination, Jordan admitted that he had signed an agreement to testify for the prosecution in exchange for help with
keeping his parole from being revoked. Jordan said his testimony was truthful, however.
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