Jam Master Jay’s mother Connie Mizell-Perry insists her son had no obvious enemies. She told The Associated Press: “I never dreamed anyone would want to kill him” — yet theorizes his assailant was “someone he knew very well.” She also believes the killer, though at large, must be suffering. “They’re not free right now,” she said. “Whoever did this is leading a troubled life.” Mizell-Perry now is promoted a new charity named in her son’s honor. The Jam Master Jay Foundation for Youth, which she runs with another son, Marvin Thompson, hopes to raise $2 million for college scholarships.
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