Clayton Armstrong Hill escapes ATL prison last week
Once again it’s on.
According to HipHopDX.com, Clayton Armstrong Hill, who confessed to being involved in the murder of Notorious B.I.G., has reportedly escaped from prison in Atlanta, GA.
U.S. Magistrate Judge George G. Vineyard signed the warrant that stated that Hill walked off prison grounds last week. A head count conducted at 6:40PM confirmed that Hill was missing, according to an affidavit issued by Deputy U.S. Marshal Clay Cleveland.
Hill admitted to being an accessory after the fact in his tell all, Diary Of An Ex-Terrorist, where he said that the Nation Of Islam was also involved in the murder of one of Hip Hop’s most revered icons. Here’s a quote from the book mentioning his involvement in the plot:
“I guess he felt comfortable so he began to talk about why he was on the run. Dawoud explained that he had put in the ‘work’ on Biggie. I gripped my steering wheel tighter but stayed silent, allowing him to continue to talk. He explained that he was a member of the Bloods and said it was [for] what happened to Tupac [Shakur] who was a Blood and a Muslim. ‘And I made twenty five ‘g’s’ off that.’ He patted his front pants pocket to emphasize his point which I noticed was bulging. ‘So where you headed to next?’ ‘Philly. The brothers up at #12 are expecting me.’ He was making reference to Muhammad Mosque #12, the infamous home of the Black Mafia.”
Hill was being held in a medium security prison for filing fake tax returns in the early 2000s. He is now a fugitive of justice in more ways than one.
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