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‘I killed Tupac!’ Never-before-seen prison ‘confession letter written by gunman who admits taking part’, names the killers and clears rap mogul Suge Knight in the shooting death of rapper

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 ‘Hoax or real?’
‘TV journalist, RJ Bond allegedly, obtained a confession which essentially exonerates Suge knight, but the confession is unverified. Details seem real but sourcing can only lead to further speculation’

‘I WAS THE SHOOTER’ – The ‘prison confession’ seems to solve the murder
Tupac murder mystery ‘finally solved’ in explosive never-before-seen ‘confession letter written by gunman who admits taking part’
The document ‘names the killers’ and clears rap mogul Suge Knight of any involvement in the drive-by shooting
Suge Knight and Tupac were together when the attack happened
Reggie White Jr, former chief of security at Death Row Records, who is now in the cross hairs says it never happened as portrayed in the movie

‘The director of ‘Tupac Assassination: Battle for Compton is a new crime claims he has finally solved the mystery of who killed Tupac. How true is the claim? Could this just be a plug for the new documentary?’

The ‘prison confession’ seems to solve the murder.jpgHas this  ‘prison confession’ solved the riddle of the murder of a top flight rapper?
THIS is the startling ‘confession letter’ said to be key in finally solving the Tupac Shakur murder mystery.
US documentary maker and author RJ Bond claims the document names the killers and clears rap mogul Suge Knight of any involvement in the drive-by shooting.
Tupac Assassination: Battle for Compton is a new crime documentary, and the director claims he has finally solved the mystery of who killed the rapper.
The producer of the documentary, RJ Bond, earlier said that he has a confession written by man who was there when Tupac was gunned down. Bond insists the confession, allegedly written by a man behind bars for other gang-related crimes, is genuine.
RJ Bond who produced the documentary, provided the letter to UK paper theSun, purportedly, written by one of the hitmen who killed Tupac Shakur in a hail of gunfire in Las Vegas in 1996.
Incarcerated gang member  called ‘Danny’ is said to have handed to former LAPD cop Russell Poole. The cop then sent it to a TV journalist.
Tupac Shakur and Suge Knight2.jpgThe CEO of death Row records, Suge Knight and Tupac were together when the rapper was killed by assassins

The tell-all confession that formed the basis of the documentary, ostenibly details the assassination. The man behind the confession claims ‘no-one would have made it out’.
The leading events is foreshadowed with tales of a stolen rap song, a brutal gang beating and finally the bloody revenge hit.
The ‘confession letter’ then points the finger at Death Row Records security chief Reggie Wright Jnr claiming he told the shooters where Tupac would be on night at the attack.
Another up-and-coming rapper who is also accused of opening fire.
He can’t be named for legal reasons.

Tupac Shakur and Suge Knight5.pngTupac with Knight just before he was taken outTupac's car after the brutal gun attack .jpgThe shattered BMW Tupac and Knight were was travelling in, cordoned off with police tape after the ambush. Tupac He was reportedly shot five times as he made his way into a recording studio in the midtown area of Manhattan. He died, Knight survived

In the unverified letter Danny, allegedly tells how he was ‘told to take night out’ a reference to Death Row Records boss Suge Knight.
52-year-old Knight was with Tupac in the Cadillac the night he was killed.
Knight, whose career in the music industry started off auspiciously as a bodyguard for rapper Bobby Brown, started his own publishing company by the late 80s and by the 90s he had launched Death Row Records which had signed Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg and Tupac Shakur. As his wealth and fame grew he also garnered a reputation for ruthlessness.
He was with Tupac the night he was killed in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas in 1996.
He is currently behind bars awaiting a separate murder trial after he was charged with murder and attempted murder after running over two men in the Compton section of Los Angeles.

Reggi White, Tupac Shakur and Suge Knight1.jpgPersonal bodyguard and security chief Reggie Wright Jr. back [second left], with the head of Death Row, Suge Knight [center], and Tupac [right] before the shooting

The tell-all confession that formed the basis of the documentary, ostenibly details the assassination. The man behind the confession claims ‘no-one would have made it out’.
The leading events is foreshadowed with tales of a stolen rap song, a brutal gang beating and finally the bloody revenge hit.
The ‘confession letter’ then points the finger at Death Row Records security chief Reggie Wright Jnr claiming he told the shooters where Tupac would be on night at the attack.
Another up-and-coming rapper who is also accused of opening fire.
He can’t be named for legal reasons.

RJ Bond is a well-known film maker and director1
Film makerRJ Bonds, says the letter is the key to the pandora’s box
he letter was handed to former LAPD cop Russell Poole1.jpgIncarcerated gangbanger ‘Danny’  allegedly handed the letter to former LAPD cop Russell Poole. Are there credibility issues here?

Knight had all along claimed innocence in the Tupac assassination and maintained that Reggie Wright Jr, Death Row Records’ former security chief and his ex-wife killed Tupac. The rap mogul insists he was the real target of the infamous shooting in 1996. His attorney, Thaddeus Culpepper, reportedly has a signed affidavit stating ‘Knight has known for many years that Reggie Wright Jr and his ex-wife Sharitha were behind the murder of Tupac and attempted murder of Knight.
Knight is said to have spoken out after hearing the “salient points” of a new documentary Tupac Assassination: Battle for Compton.
“When our book came out and we were working on the movie, we gave the salient points of the book to Thaddeus Culpepper, who read them to Suge Knight,” said co-director Richard Bond.
RJ Bond, the movie director behind the Tupac Assassination documentary series, claims: “The story behind the confession letter is very simple.

Biggie Smalls, killed 6 months after the death of Tupac1.jpg
Initially the theory was that East Coast rival rapper  Biggie  Smalls was behind the shooting of Tupac
Biggi Small ang Tupac Shakur.jpgBiggie Smalls and Tupac Shakur both died within moths of each other, supposedly, because they were beefing. Were they innocent victims of circumstances?

“It was given to a Fox reporter who was very keen on the story.
“A big TV interview was set up but he was a no show and the letter was then given to Russell Poole (a former LAPD cop) and it was put in a file and not looked at for a long time.
“When I saw it, the name of Reginald Wright Jnr just leaps out of the page. It reads he gave Tupac’s location. My jaw just hit the floor when I read that.”
RJ Bond is currently working on his third documentary covering the notorious murder called Tupac Assassination III: Battle for Compton.

Reggie Wright Jr.1.pngFormer head of security at Death Row Reggie Wright Jr, has steadfastly maintained that he had nothing to do with the shooting of Tupac. – Knight insists he is complicit
sharitha Lee Golden Knight1.jpgSuge Knight alleges that his ex-wife Sharitha Lee Golden, colluded with Reggie Wright to get him and Tupac was caught in the crossfire

A transcription of the alleged prison confession

There was a major problem with demo stilling (stealing). 2 song’s that 2 pac came out with were written by XXXX XXXXX. XXXX XXXXX was a up and coming rap singer. He gave 4 demos to 2 pac to look over because he met 2pac at the Bonaventure hotel (Los Angeles). 2 pac promised that he would look over the demo’s XXXX XXXXX never heard from 2 pac and 3 months later after 2pac received the demos the song brendas got a baby was released. Brendas got a baby was written by XXXX XXXXX. XXXX XXXXX let that slide, But he continued to go to different recording studios. Finally in 94 XXXX XXXX started making money. And he was sponsored mostly by sh night.What night did not know was that XXXX XXXX found out that he was being sold to XXXXX. There was a meeting in Reno. And XXXX XXXX and 2 pac had dispute about song’s that were taken. XXXX XXXX was beaten down by 2 pac soldier’s. as days whent by there was meetings with ICG – gear gang – gost town –front street -52 –A try hoovers – and south park. A bounty was put on 2pac and night. Mr. Writh Jr. gave info were 2 pac was going to be. There was 6 different baracade’s that no matter what would have happened no one would of made it out. I was the shooter that was told to take night out. XXXX XXXXX was the one that took 2 pac out. As for gun that was used, will bedropped off at the security booth at fox 11. Please do not have stop or talk to one of droppin off the gun.

Bond characterizes the confession letter during an interview with thesun: “This letter is a bit like the Rosetta Stone – it makes a lot of other things make sense,” Bond said.
“This new documentary is important for all those those involved in the killings but in particular the victims and witnesses like Yafeu Fula, the Outlawz rapper who was shot after the Tupac killing.
“The night of the Tupac shooting he was nearest to the Cadillac and gave a statement to Las Vegas cops of the driver of the shooters’ car.
“When we saw a picture of Danny he matched the description of the driver. I mean, what are the chances?”

Tupac Shakur4.jpg
Tupac was the hottest rapper in the country before his death, The letter claims the rap king  ‘stole’ another rapper’s track

The man who the producers of the new documentary are pointing to, Wright Jr., has long denied he had anything to do with the shooting of Tupac.
In 2015, he responded to the claims by pointing out that several people that had linked him to Tupac’s murder had died in the past decade.
They include the late rapper’s ex-bodyguards Michael Moore and Frank Alexander.
“I believe in karma,” he said.
“All these people are dropping dead. I keep telling people God don’t like ugly. I hope people learn a lesson from this.”

Suge knight during his most recent case of trying to run over two men in Compton.pngSuge Knight in court for hearings on his current attempted murder suit. The letter seems to clear Knight of any involvement. However, it needs to be authenticated

The question is have the creators of the documentary stumbled on the key to the riddle is would this be added to the lore of the search for the killers of Tupac?
In 2012 a picture of Rihanna with Tupac emerged, fuelling the conspiracy theories that the rapper faked his own death and has since been hiding out in Cuba.
An American news website, Reporterz, claims he is still very much alive. In their hypothesis:  “A day or so after his ‘death’ he is autopsied, then quickly cremated.
“There is no funeral. Nor is there any record of a tribute or memorial.
“Now we know exactly why it was, because Tupac Shakur was never killed – it is unclear why he has been hiding.
In 2016, retired police officer David Myers claimed he was paid £1.2 million to help Tupac fake his death. He claimed Tupac even paid for a body double to be taken to the morgue.
Myers said: “The world needs to know what I did. I’m ashamed that I let a price be put on my word and I cannot die without letting the world know.”
According to Meyers, over 30 people were paid to help fake his death – including police, doctors and various witnesses.
The craziest of the conspiracy theories floating out there is that Tupac’s murder was “orchestrated by the CIA” in reaction to his politicizing street gangs.

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