New development in Master Jay's murder case
Prosecutors in the two-decade murder case of Jam Master Jay want the trial to involve two jurors, Allhiphop reported this week. The case involves defendants Karl Jordan, Jr., Ronald Washington and Jay Bryant.
Jam Master Jay, who was the DJ of legendary rap group Run-DMC, was shot dead inside his studio in Hollis, Queens, New York in October 2002. Washington is accused of opening fire at Master Jay at close range, fatally hitting him. Washington and Jordan were pointed out as the triggermen by witnesses who were present in the studio at the time. The two have also reportedly bragged about the killing.