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4/7/2005 11:36:15 AM

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Louisiana NAACP officials have filed a lawsuit on behalf of convicted rapper Corey Miller, alleging his civil and constitutional rights have been violated.
 The lawsuit, filed in Baton Rouge, asks Governor Kathleen Blanco to overturn a decision from the Louisiana Fifth Circuit Court of Appeal that denied Miller a new trial. Miller, was convicted of second-degree murder in 2003 in the death of 16-year-old Steve Thomas at a Harvey nightclub.
 Ernest Johnson, president of the Louisiana chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, said the original trial was unfair and prosecutors are violating Miller's civil and constitutional rights by blocking an appeal.
 Miller has also been indicted by a Baton Rouge grand jury on attempted second-degree murder in an unrelated case from 2001.
 He's accused of shooting at a Baton Rouge nightclub owner in August 2001. He faces a maximum of 50 years in prison if convicted in that case.
 On Monday, Miller announced he has changed his stage name from C- Murder to C- Miller.


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