The Killing of Tupac Shakur

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Huntington Press, 2002 - True Crime - 235 pages
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Who did it and why? Poet, movie star, revolutionary -- Tupac Amaru Shakur was the most popular rapper in the world. No one symbolised the violence at the heart of gangsta rap more than Tupac, and he ultimately fell victim to that violence, gunned down in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas at the age of 25. This raw, no-holds-barred account discloses new information, including exclusive photo evidence, about the unsolved murder of Tupac: the failed investigation, the rap wars, the killing of Biggie Smalls, the Bloods-Crips connection, and the many possible motives leading to the murder that rocked the music world.

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User Review  - Eddie - Goodreads

I love it and tupac Read full review

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User Review  - Jj Sewell - Goodreads

I know this book is dated and some of the information in here is based off of events leading up to 2002, however, I decided to give it a read. I never read the first edition. The problem I have with ... Read full review

About the author (2002)

Cathy Scott was a full-time police reporter for the Las Vegas Sun newspaper at the time of Tupac's murder. A reporter for over a decade, Scott has received more than a dozen journalism awards. Her articles have appeared in the Los Angeles Times and the New York Times. Scott covered the Los Angeles riots, Operation Restore Hope in Somalia, and the Republic of Panama's drug interdiction program. She has authored several books including The Murder of Biggie Smalls and Mafia Daughter: The Life and Tragic Times of Susan Berman.

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