New Evidence claims LAPD officers involved in Notorious B.I.G Death

This media house understands that in 2005, a civil trial brought by the Wallace family against the city of Los Angeles exposed evidence hidden by the LAPD that suggests two rogue police officers David Mack and Rafael Perez may have been involved in the murder of the rapper

Television network CBS 2 has reported that in a newly-revealed court record, Perez’s cellmate told investigators “Perez and Mack were involved in Death Row Records. Perez got involved in Death Row through Mack.”

“Perez was working security and he had a cell phone. Perez said he called David Mack on his cell phone and told Mack that Biggie Smalls was in his truck. Perez never said that he set up Biggie Smalls but I have heard that he…had something to do with that murder,” according to the inmate.

The famous rapper, also known as “Bigge Smalls”, was gunned down in a drive-by shooting on March 9, 1997 after leaving a party in a Los Angeles museum. MiyVue.com understands that Biggie and his label, Bad Boy Records, were in the middle of in the historic, mid-90′s East Coast vs. West Coast hip hop fued, which also included Tupac “2Pac” Shakur (of Suge Knight’s Death Row Records) who was shot and killed six months earlier.

(Contents used in this article were obtained from cbslocal.com)

 

 

 



 

 

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