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Master P Welcomes Kim Kardashian’s Help To Free Brother

Master P says it may be harder than she thinks.

Master P has been working to save his brother Corey Miller, better known as C-Murder, from incarceration ever since his 2002 arrest. Now that Kim Kardashian has joined the fray, Master P has some words of advice.

“My whole thing is on getting my brother home, so whatever anybody does that’s going to support that that plug, I appreciate it,” continued Master P. “I know that Kim Kardashian and all these other people are coming to the table, I appreciate it. Whatever we can do to get my brother home – that’s what it’s about. … It’s just a blessing that people understand that my brother is innocent. He should have been free.” He also adds that he is unsure of how the State of Louisiana will react, saying that “it has a lot of corruption.”

As previously reported, authorities arrested Miller in 2002 for the alleged beating and shooting of 16-year-old fan Steve Thomas. Since then Miller has been fighting the charges by getting the case presented to the Louisiana Supreme Court, lobbying President Obama, and even going on a hunger strike. His latest attempt at a retrial was shot down two years ago, despite key witness’ admitting to lying during the trial under duress of detectives.

Enter Kim Kardashian, professional celebrity, and budding legal activist.

Now one of the biggest celebrities in the world has joined the fight. Kardashian previously helped commute the sentence of Alice Marie Johnson, who was serving a life sentence for her ties to a drug trafficking organization. She announced on Twitter last weekend that was working with Georgia singer Monica, Miller’s ex. Monica wrote on Instagram that she spoke to Kardashian and “explained why I KNEW Corey was innocent… There are lots of issues in Corey’s case that speak to his innocence including witnesses recanting their testimony, DNA not matching & a 10-2 jury!”

In January Kardashian told the Television Critics Association that “I’m raising four black children that could face a situation like any of the people that I help. Just to know I can make a difference in my children’s lives and (others) by helping fix a broken system, that’s so motivating for me.”

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