Ghostface Case Adjourned Again

A felony weapons-possession case against jailed Wu-Tang Clan

rapper Ghostface Killah was adjourned for the fourth time in two

months Tuesday, according to Wayne Brison, a spokesperson for New York

County District Attorney Robert Morgenthau. The case now is scheduled to

be heard in April. Ghostface Killah, who is serving a six-month prison

sentence at Rikers Island in New York on an unrelated attempted-robbery

conviction, was arrested with two other men Dec. 10 following a traffic

stop in Harlem, during which police reported finding a .357 Magnum on

one of the seats.