Why the Government Won’t Investigate Murders of Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls
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Lloyd Lake, ex-associate and friend of Marion Suge Knight, CEO of Death Row Records and suspect in the murder of Notorious B.I.G, has launched the official Kickstarter campaign to fund the tell-all documentary of the infamous cold case of rappers Biggie Smalls and Tupac Shakur.
With the goal of exposing the government turning a blind-eye to Suge Knight’s involvement due to his role as a government informant, the documentary features interviews with Tupac’s body guard and Suge Knight’s right-hand man, Reggie Wright, as well as lawyers who reveal the unwillingness of the U.S. Justice System to prosecute those involved.
Takashi Bufford (Set It Off, Booty Call) served as producer and director for the documentary. The movie will feature interviews with Reggie Wright, who is described as Tupac’s bodyguard and Suge Knight’s right-hand man, and lawyers familiar with the justice system’s lack of interest in prosecuting anyone involved in the cases. It will also explore the idea of the government using informants to gather information on the Hip Hop community. “The fact that 17 years has gone by without anyone being prosecuted and there are multiple related shootings and deaths connected with Tupac’s murder for which no one has been charged, this forces us to look at the glaring fact that the legal system failed,” states Lake. “It’s my goal with this documentary to put not only those involved on trial but to reveal the shameful cover up and reveal the truth and facts in the case.” Check out the teaser:
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The documentary hopes to answer the following questions:
- What does the Government know about Tupac and Biggie murders?
- Why are there no prosecutions of the individuals involved in the Tupac and Biggie murders?
- Are there informants involved within the Government’s investigation of the “Hip Hop” music industry?
- Is the Government disclosing the informants involvement in the prosecution of “Hip Hop” artist?
- Why are individuals with significant criminal convictions (strikes) still committing crimes and never prosecuted?
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