Federal Inmate Confesses To Being An ‘Accessory After The Fact’ In B.I.G.’s Murder
According to HipHopDx.com, incarcerated federal inmate Clayton Hill as confessed to being an ‘accessory after the fact’ in the murder of the Notorious B.I.G. and believes he knows who the killer is. The former Nation of Islam member has also implicated other members, including himself, in the cover-up.
Hill told HipHopDx that in March of 1997, while acting under orders as an official with Muhammad Mosque #15 in Atlanta, Georgia, he was given the semi-automatic handgun, allegedly used to kill Christoper Wallace, by a fellow Nation of Islam member from Los Angeles, California, by the name of Dawoud Muhammad.
“[Dawoud Muhammad] stated to me that he was on the run for the murder [of the Notorious B.I.G.],” Hill said. “He disclosed that he was the shooter of The Notorious B.I.G. because he was a former Blood gang member and was paid to do so.”
Hill, who is currently serving time in the Metropolitan Correctional Center in downtown Chicago, claims he was initially contacted in mid-May of 1997 by the Western Regional Minister of the N.O.I., Tony Muhammad, and was asked to pick up someone from the Greyhound Bus Station in downtown Atlanta.
In his upcoming e-book, Diary of an Ex-Terrorist, he writes:
“I told [Dawoud Muhammad] I had instructions to collect some property from him. He must have been given the same instructions because he didn’t hesitate or show any signs of doubt as he bent over and removed a trash liner out of a waste can and handed it to me to hold open. He reached into the duffle bag he brought with him and pulled out a semi-automatic hand gun that could have been a .9 millimeter or a .40 caliber wrapped in a white undershirt. Carefully he placed it into the trash bag making sure his hands never touched any of the exposed parts of the gun.”
After procuring the weapon, Hill claims he was instructed to take the “property” to Louisville, Kentucky, where he delivered the gun to Emile Muhammad—the personal driver of Minister Louis Farrakhan. Emile Muhammad then allegedly transported the gun to its final destination within the headquarters of the Nation of Islam.
In October of 2010, Hill met with Assistant U.S. District Attorney Nancy DePodesta and two agents with the F.B.I.’s Domestic Terrorism Unit but was unable to conclusively indentify the man he knew as Dawoud Muhammad.
The Diary of an Ex-Terrorist is due to be released on July 15 through Hill’s Bell Media Group.