posted on Feb, 24 2013 @ 10:59 AM
Originally posted by ArchaicDesigns
reply to post by Kapablanka
"They" had him killed and had Biggie killed afterwards, to make it look like a retaliation. Biggie was shot by members of the police force not a
gang, there's proof to back it up if you look for it. These officers were associated with the brotherhood.
Tupac would not give into the "establishment" and refused to change his message and incorporate all their symbolism and methods of mind control into
his music for money and further success. Suge knight was the little devil on Tupacs shoulder trying to sway him in that direction. When Suge had
exhausted all methods of trying to coax Tupac in that direction, he was considered too much of a threat and was murdered.
Music by the people for the people!
P.S. NYHC rules!
The evidence for this is abundant, people just need to do their research. I have some very good video docs on the subject as well. Here's just a few
Armed robber: Former LAPD officer David Mack has been linked with the murder, and had links to Suge Knight, the founder of Death Row Records, the West
Coast label to which Biggie's rival Tupac Shakur was signed.
FBI files on the unsolved murder of rapper 'The Notorious B.I.G.' reveal that a rare type of armour-piercing bullet was used in the hit, throwing
further suspicion on corrupt former police officers with possible Brotherhood ties.
The FBI files identify the type of bullets used as Gecko 9mm, a rare metal-piercing munition manufactured in Germany and available in the U.S. through
just two distributors, one in California and one in New Jersey.
That will again raise the name of David Mack, a corrupt former LA police officer who served 14 years in jail for a $722,000 armed bank robbery in LA
in 1997. When police raided Mack's home they discovered Gecko 9mm ammunition and parked outside was a black Chevy SS Impala. They also found inside,
a shrine dedicated to Tupac Shakur who had been murdered six months earlier.
It's very obvious what happened here. Tupac wouldn't comprimise or change his music and message for what the "Brotherhood" and big record labels
wanted to follow the secret agenda. Therefore, they had Tupac killed and blamned it on the over hypeded conflict going on between himself and Biggie.
They then had Biggie killed to support "their" story and cover their tracks...two birds with one stone.