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Hot! Man Allegedly Involved In Notorious B.I.G. Murder Cover-up Escapes Prison

A convicted felon who alleges he was involved in the cover-up surrounding the murder of rap icon Notorious B.I.G. has escaped from a federal prison in Georgia.

Clayton Armstrong Hill has become a wanted man after reportedly walking off the grounds of the United States Prison in Atlanta on 28 May (13).

He was serving time behind bars for tax fraud after pleading guilty to filing 121 false claims between 2002 and 2006, banking him more than $350,000.

Hill hit the headlines in 2011 after publishing a memoir from prison, in which he infamously claimed to have helped the man responsible for shooting the hip-hop legend get rid of the murder weapon. He alleged he was hired by officials from the Nation of Islam – accusations the organisation’s bosses have vehemently denied.

Notorious B.I.G., real name Christopher Wallace, was killed during a drive-by shooting in Los Angeles in 1997.

The murder remains unsolved.

 

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