- Taschenbuch: 270 Seiten
- Verlag: One Time Publishing (28. September 2011)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 0983955484
- ISBN-13: 978-0983955481
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 15,2 x 1,7 x 22,9 cm
- Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 1 Kundenrezension
- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 264.126 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
Murder Rap: The Untold Story of the Biggie Smalls & Tupac Shakur Murder Investigations by the Detective Who Solved Both Cases (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 28. September 2011
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GREG KADING is a retired Los Angeles Police Department detective. Specializing in the fields of gangs, narcotics, and homicide, Detective Kading spent most of his career assigned to federal task forces to investigate complex criminal cases in the City of Angels. Decorated with the Medal of Valor for bravery and Police Star for heroic action, Detective Kading achieved the departments highest ranking as an investigator. After his 25-year law enforcement career he retired in 2010 to write this book.
In this book Gading explains reproductible why the murder of Biggie is NOT David Mack and his friend Amir Muhammad/Harry Billups.
He also makes clear who shot Tupac...it was Orlando Anderson and his gang hired by Puffy/PDiddy.
I always had the feeling, that Puffy was the main figure behind the murder of Tupac.
Keefe D makes one thing clear: Puffy hired him and his gang for the murder of Tupac and Suge...BUT...they were not planning to kill Pac and Suge and this night in LasVegas. The shooting was a retaliation of the beating of Orlando Anderson earlier that day. A man reaps what he sows. At the end Tupac got paid for what he started.
This book is a must for every Tupac and Biggie fan in this world, who finaly want to know the truth about the murder.
I am missing two things in this book/ the investigation:
1. Gating is not talking/writing about the sketch of the suspect that was made by the LAPD after the Biggie-shooting. This sketch matches perfectly Harry Billups. Gating writes in this book, that a Blood-gang-member called "Poochie" was hired and paid by Suge for the murder of Biggie. Maybe Poochie himself hired Harry Billups for the shooting?
2. Why the driver of the white Cadillac(from the Tupac-shooting) was not interviewed by the police?
He is the only person left that can confirm the story of Keefe D about the shooting of Tupac.
With buying this book you also support the writer, Greg Kading. I think he deserves to be supported for the courage of publishing this book.
It is a shame that Puffy/P.Diddy is comming away with the murder/hireing the murder of Tupac.
The murder of Biggie was a retaliation for the murder of Tupac. So...Puffy started(with the hireing the murder of Tupac) all this killing. Its a shame that Puffy is still walking around as a free man, while Tupac is dead.
At the end there is still hope, that Puffy will finaly pay for the murder of Tupac.
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I was sort of on the Russell Poole side of things a few years ago—rouge LAPD cops that were gangsters, working for Suge Knight, killed Tupac and Biggie—but after reading the evidence and listening to the statements given to authorities, Kading easily refutes Poole’s theory.
Hopefully the addition of the documentary to Netflix in Spring 2016 will get people talking about the unsolved murders almost 2 decades later.
Tupac and Biggie were huge influential figures in rap and hip-hop and their legacies live on even today.
Their story deserves to be told in great detail and Kading is the man that should be telling it.
Shame on the LAPD for losing the motivation to connect Sean “Puffy” Combs and Suge Knight to these murders.
Thank you Afeni Shakur and Voletta Wallace for the contributions that your sons made to music, culture and society. We loved them and we love both of you. We still mourn with you today for both of your losses.
Even if you're someone who isn't a fan of the rap legends, the severe magnitude of the investigation and the uncovered findings are sure to fill you with shock and intrigue, amongst other emotions on this roller coaster of a ride.
Forget what you thought you knew and read the book!
Kading does gloss over many facts and there are times where you wish for further specifics and the minutiae of the case to be explored and discussed. Perhaps that was not the point. Either way, I would very much like to see this book discussed further and perhaps a documentary form in which further evidence is revealed.
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