Few things I noticed. I had someone in the studio on the phone who is more tolerant of conspiracy theories than me, and didn’t challenge John……..John severely kept wanting to talk to Larry, and not to me.
Also, when I could contradict something John said, there would be a
pause, and he would jump to another subject. I have his book, and I
find it incredibly unconvincing. As he said in this debate, as he does
in his book, he relies on two people: Kevin Hackie and Russell Poole……
Regarding Kevin Hackie, here are two articles I wrote about him a few years ago………
Most importantly, I interviewed him over a year ago……….here is a transcript……
Batey: “He [Reginald Wright] wanted me to ask you if you still think he has anything to do with Tupacs death”
Hackie: “I’ll say this much: The Metro Police, they have no more interest in the case; they do have independent statements that corroborate that Orlando was the shooter. So at this point in time, no.
I dont really even care about it anymore. But no – to answer your
Furthermore, Kevin Hackie was quoted even in books suggesting a conspiracy (by Suge, not the federal government…..), like Randall Sullivan’s book LAbyrinth, where on page 192 it says, “Hackie said, he
had no real evidence that Suge was responsible for Tupacs slaying”.
Hackie also never claimed what Potash said: that Tupac was such a huge
political threat and that the federal government tried to kill him
several times before finally doing it right (idiots!).
Potash has never even spoken to Hackie. I have…….
The same applies to Poole. Although Poole DID maintain that Tupac was killed by Knight, he NEVER said what Potash is saying. Poole seems to think that police had Tupac killed that were working for
SUGE……..Potash is saying the direct opposite. Poole said that these
were corrupt, rogue cops that were straying from standard operating
procedure and were under the orders of Knight……..Potash says the cops
were hired and did precisely what they were told from top levels of the
federal government. Again, the opposite. This is why it’s actually
extremely funny that he uses Poole as his main primary source.
I would love to debate him again and just focus on the alledged give times that the federal government horribly and stupidly “failed” in their assassination attempts to “kill” Tupac – especially the Oakland
Police Incident, the shootout with police in Atlanta, and 1994
shooting, and perhaps the most retarded……their inability to kill Tupac
while he was in prison, lol………
So listen to the “debate”, make up your own mind, and enjoy. Thanks for anyone who’s listening.
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