Corey Miller, better known to us as C-Murder, had his "associate" Juan Flowers confess to the fatal shooting of a teenager which C-Murder is currently facing charges for. So is C-Murder off the hook? Time will tell. In three weeks, C-Murder will be retried on the murder charge that Flowers has admitted he was the shooter in.
C-Murder's attorney, Ron Rakosky, wants Flowers transported from Smith State Prison in Glenville, Georgia, to testify in Miller's trial, records show. "Juan Edwin Flowers has stated under oath that it was he who fired the shot which killed Steve Thomas," Rakosky wrote in the July 3 request. "His testimony is therefore relevant and he is a material witness."