Nearly a decade into serving a life-sentence, former Murder Inc. Records affiliate and 1980’s crack kingpin Kenneth “Supreme” McGriff is putting up a hail-Mary in hopes that he can get the President’s attention before he leaves office in January. The 55-year-old Queens, NY native, who has been living life behind bars at a federal supermax prison in Pennington Gap, VA, is hopeful that he’s got a case that might gain him consideration for clemency. McGriff is arguing he was not afforded his constitutional right to testify.

McGriff, who cemented a legacy at the forefront of the notorious “Supreme Team” street enterprise, attempted to transition into a new life after being released from a nearly 10-year-bid in prison in [1997.] Read more by going here