Zip knew about the deal from jump. The only resistance I've experienced in this whole process comes from the people who have a vested interest in suppressing the truth to continue to promote their own agendas and fact-less theories. Any legal issues regarding the free online movies on this website should be taken up with the actual file hosts themselves, as we're not affiliated with them. I wrote below that I don't think she had any knowledge of the murder plot, and if the call to Zip happened, I think she was just calling to see if he knew anything about it. She supposedly knew Zip well - I think one of her interviews with police stated that she actually met Puff through Zip, so she went back with him a long ways. And the direction was a bit stilted, facts upon facts with no real human connection. Also, wasn't Biggie in the hotel room in Anaheim when Puffy first said he wanted Suge and Tupac dead in front of a room of people.
However, he must have put it together afterward at the very least. I dont know to what extent Big may have known about Puffs solicitation to murk Suge and Pac. . The majority of the documentary deals with what the police investigation yielded through their efforts. Which had pretty much everyone thinking that Suge Knight was the man who set Tupac up to be killed. I've been through almost all of the nonsense that has come out over the years, but this is the real deal; the smoking gun.
It's important to differentiate a confession in a proffer agreement from your typical jailhouse snitch situation where there are no repercussions for lying. If you're determined to get more truth surrounding these murders than could be had elsewhere, then this documentary is key no matter what your belief may be. I faced zero resistance from the police or the people who are talked about in the film. Thats why Faith called Zip immediately after Pac was shot and asked about his involvement. In these confessions we learn exactly who were involved in both hits, who the respective shooters were, and - most importantly - who ordered the respective murders.
This is without the kind of examination and scrutiny that a court room setting might provide, leaving question to their credibility. It briefly goes over how the feud between these two camps began, and the events that unfolded on the nights of the murders. Remember, Zip is his kids godfather and Faith was very close with Zip. The lead investigator, Greg Kading, put together a brilliant case against the real murderers of the two rap stars and the evidence was enough to put the major culprits, Puffy and Suge Knight, behind bars for a very long time but when the case got dropped and the evidence got shelved, it seems like Tupac and Biggie family will never get justice for there murders. Suge pulled him back down, but the damage was already done. Most documentaries on unsolved crimes are created by people who are looking at cases from the outside in.
Almost twenty years ago, fans lost two of the greatest hip-hop acts of all time to violence - drive by shootings in cold blood, just six months apart. Greg Kading, who authored the original book of the same name Murder Rap: The Untold Story of the Biggie Smalls and Tupac Shakur Murder Investigations , came out and revealed all of the important facts regarding the investigation into the murders. Plus you have the allegations that his bodyguard Wolf Jones killed Suge's friend and bodyguard Jai Robles back before Pac and Big's murders. I think that's because, if you believe he had a had in Tupac's murder, then that means he moved first. The step by step viewing of the assassinations were very believable and the interviews with the various gang members were quite shocking. Thanks, and here we go! Posts deemed intentionally misleading may result in a lengthy 2-week to 1-month or permanent bans.
Using information sourced from hundreds of police case files, taped confessions never shown before, and interviews with the lead detective and witnesses, this is the riveting account of the task force that finally exposed the shocking truth behind the deaths of these two rap music icons. Nobody is ever going to jail for this, so I doubt anyone that a witness alleges was involved is going to say much of anything about it. The lead detective, Greg Kading, whose criminal investigation this film is based on, is also interviewed extensively. We hope we have given you the information to finally find closure regarding these senseless murders. Due to unfortunate and vexing circumstances that are revealed in the film, these murders are still unprosecuted.
I've always wondered how Suge would be perceived today if he died that night. It brings so much evidence and new material to the public that it is invaluable to anybody who's interested. It is based on taped confessions of key players involved in the murders of late rap icons Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls, that have never previously been shown on film according to the filmmakers. The story is corroborated by a lot of independent witness statements, so for me, it is the most credible account of what happened to these two stars and likely the closest to the truth we will ever know. His deep knowledge about these cases and his highly plausible and rational explanations, together with the explosive taped confessions, form the basis of the films narrative. What the documentary reveals publicly for the first time is a controversial and astounding account of the murder of Tupac through a taped confession of one of the suspects - extracted by gang investigation techniques. When in reality that same label was going to be a subsidiary of Death Row.
This is through the taped interviews of witnesses, and written statements from the original case files. This began tit-for-tat retaliations, which ultimately resulted in the murders of the two hip-hop stars. Now, for the first time, the inside story behind these sensational cases is laid bare in Murder Rap: Inside the Biggie and Tupac Murders. Suge was after him in a big way. I have been following these investigations for over a decade, and am a long time fan. Kading was the head of a federal task force that investigated these crimes from 2006-2009. It's unknown if Big was in that hotel room in Anaheim when Puff allegedly made that first announcement about Suge and Pac.