LAPD Homicide Detective Says Sean Combs, Suge Knight Ordered Tupac and Biggie Killings

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Greg Kading Discusses His Book About the Murders of Tupac Shakur an...

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Comment by gbo on October 3, 2011 at 9:14am
i dont know i think this book was written to discredit the fbi war on tupac and black leaders! wat ya  think?
Comment by Don H on October 3, 2011 at 10:50am

good question...I haven't read "The FBI War On Tupac and Black Leaders" and naturally I haven't read this book, "Murder Rap" either since it's not released...so I don't know the Arguments and Counter Arguments that are being made by the authors...But if there is valid documentation and evidence to support either side, then both Arguments should naturally continue to exist.

Also, just because these are big claims involving big names doesn't mean people will accept and believe them.

In any case, that's a valid question gbo, that may in fact hold some ground...

Comment by Bran 7 on October 3, 2011 at 11:04am
I still think that it was Orlando Anderson that killed 2pac do the math
Comment by Greg Kading on October 3, 2011 at 11:37am
Bran, it was Orlando Anderson that killed Pac. Thats exactly what I write in the book. However, it goes past the shooter, into who had hired the Crips to do it.
-Greg Kading
Comment by Greg Kading on October 3, 2011 at 11:41am
Don, the book is available. It went on sale a couple days ago.
And to gbo- I did not write this book for any other reason than to tell the story as I knew it. No secret conspiracy theories, my friend.
Comment by Saint James on October 3, 2011 at 3:13pm
Alot of people know Orlando killed Pac.He used to drive around bumping Tupac's music bragging. Orlando was a hott head and eventually got killed by another crip. I am glad Greg wrote this book and hopefully it will shed some more light into the darkness. I read a little from the LA weekly blog the part of interview were Keffe D states he knew Suge since child hood so when it went down, there was a moment when they stared at eachother and Keffe saw the bullet go into Suges head.It's crazy because I have been shot at the same way and there is that slow motion moment where you reconize someone and alot of thoughts cross your mind.I can relate and feal what they felt.Alot of people without the power know The TRUTHABOUTTUPAC...It is time for the powers that be to bring closure.
Comment by OMENMAYOR on October 3, 2011 at 4:02pm
now i know SEAN COMBS did the whoe MATH to foster his BAD BOYS ENTERTAINMENT but how wrong he is to have even killed his own close ally...BIGGIE SMALLS...just like the saying...the worst enemy of a man is a member of his own household...he killed BIGGIE his homie to claim innocent of PAC's death....wooo unto him!!!!!
Comment by Bran 7 on October 3, 2011 at 4:19pm
2pac and Oralndo Anderson got into a fight thats enough for a scum of the earth crip to kill. whats your book called Greg Kading. what are you talking about OMENMAYOR  that doesent make any sense.
Comment by Asher on October 3, 2011 at 5:00pm

For those of you who would like to discuss the implications of this book "Murder Rap" in further detail with Gred Kading himself in an open forum to all who have the book here on TAT please click on the image below or visit the link for more info:

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Comment by Mossy B 4 Prez on October 4, 2011 at 9:15am
I'm not going to lie. I am an avid supporter of this website and I am always down for the cause of this website but this one just seems kind of far fetched to me. As far as the Suge ordering BIG to be shot, that's pretty believable but real G's move in silence and erase all traces. That Puffy talk is kinda iffy to me. I don't know if I believe this one Asher. I was reading the article and I'm like this is 6 pages of blah blah that's all over the place. They went from talking about who set up who to this fairy tale of a police officer who has been kicked out for 'finding information'. Then to a 'Keffe D' who can't remember when he met Puff. He said the BET Award in 92 or 93. Come on son. The first BET awards were presented in 2000. Come on son. Little details like that tell a lot. Killers never forget details. Real killers that is. This shit is promo. The knowledge was in Potash's book. What we need to do is find Sylvester Stallone and ask why he all of a sudden stopped his movie...Or find the guy who cremated Pac...Let's find the helicopter lady. Let's find Kidada. Hell...Let's interview Suge. LOL. Real game. We as the people can solve this shit ourselves because all of the puzzle pieces are there. There are videos floating around with visible faces. What more proof do we need? LOL. But this is my opinion. I hope I don't piss anybody off.

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