(AllHipHop News) The man accused of pulling the trigger and killing Jam Master Jay inside of his Hollis, Queens studio has launched a petition to clear his name.
Jay was shot inside of his Queens recording studio on October 30, 2002, with five witnesses present: Lydia Allen, her brother Randy Allen, Michael “Mike B.” Bonds and Uriel “Pretty Tony” Rincon.
Jay’s nephew Boe Scaggz was also present on the scene, but he maintains he came into the studio during the aftermath of the deadly shooting, which took Jay’s life at the age of 37.
Witnesses to the shooting said two assailants were buzzed into the studio, as Jay sat on a couch playing video games with Rincon.
A “look out” and another gunman open fire killing Jay and wounding Rincon, who was shot in the leg by a stray bullet resulting in a minor injury.
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