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Ex-LAPD Detective Speaks in B.I.G. Case

June 24th, 2005 Leave a comment Go to comments

Ex-LAPD Detective Speaks in B.I.G. Case – Yahoo! News

Like any generation of Americans mine has its share of music stars cut down in their prime. Previous generations had Jimi Hendrix, Mama Cass, John Lennon, etc and we have Kurt Cobain, Tupac, and (relevant to this post) The Notorious B.I.G.

It’s no big secret that the LAPD has officially shrugged in response to the matter of who killed the BIG, but this article on the wrongful death lawsuit filed by BIG’s family exposes some facts that seem like they should have come out years ago.

A retired LAPD detective who spent two years investigating the homicide testified today that he felt they had enough evidence to arrest “Suge” Knight.

Consider this: In most states a person who gets busted driving under the influence on multiple occasions gets their license revoked along with some jail time. The system identifies where the offender’s problem is coming from and attempts to remove it from their life so they can either A) recover, or B) at least stop hurting people. Suge’s been sent to prison multiple times, and in each case it had something to do with his life in the music business. Granted there are no laws to back this up, but wouldn’t it make sense to somehow ban this 6 foot 2 inch 320 pound behemoth from the music industry?

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