Friday, December 02, 2005 Notorious B.I.G. : The Unsolved Mystery of the Notorious B.I.G : News

"...For months, Los Angeles' most prominent political figures and police officials, along with the city's most influential media, had been insisting that this legal claim by B.I.G.'s family was nothing more than a nuisance suit, based on an outlandish conspiracy theory that attempted to tie a group of LAPD officers -- affiliated with Suge Knight's Death Row Records and the Bloods gang -- to not only the murders of B.I.G. and Tupac Shakur, but also to the origins of the biggest police-corruption case in Los Angeles history, the so-called Rampart scandal. Yet here was one of the most respected district court judges in Southern California declaring in open court that the LAPD's lead investigator on the B.I.G. murder case for the past six years had deliberately concealed hundreds of pages of documents. The contents of these pages not only supported the conspiracy theory, but also implicated the central figure in the Rampart scandal -- the disgraced detective who was the source of the whole sorry, sordid affair -- as one of those involved in the rapper's death..."

As more attention is paid to the MSM's complicity in fabricating justifications for the war in Iraq, other details emerge about their roles in cases such as this one. We found it on and followed the link here to RS.

Once in a while a useful piece of information may still emerge from the otherwise totally corrupt mainstream media: Notorious B.I.G. : The Unsolved Mystery of the Notorious B.I.G : News

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