Monday, May 31, 2021

FBI Agent Confirms Notorious B.I.G. Murder Cover-Up

On March 9, 1997 rapper Christopher 'The Notorious B.I.G.' Wallace was gunned down in Los Angeles after leaving a Vibe Magazine party in a murder that has never been solved. 

Now a retired FBI agent is claiming the killer has always been known and that the investigation was purposely shut down by the Los Angeles Police Department...

From The Daily Mail
Death Row Records founder Suge Knight paid a hitman from the Nation of Islam to kill rapper Notorious B.I.G. as revenge for the killing of Tupac Shakur even though the intended target of the 1997 murder was Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs, it has been alleged.
The claims were made by a retired FBI agent who also alleges that corrupt cops from the Los Angeles Police Department helped cover up the murder.
Those claims were backed up by two filmmakers who said they've read court papers corroborating the allegations.
Phil Carson, a retired FBI agent who worked the case for two years, told the New York Post that the man who pulled the trigger is Amir Muhammad.
The retired agent tells the Post that the alleged cover-up ‘was the biggest miscarriage of justice in my 20-year career at the FBI.
‘I had evidence that LAPD officers were involved and I was shut down by the LAPD and city attorneys inside Los Angeles.’

Fun Fact: Former agent Carson is not the only person who has made these claims. Former LAPD detective Russell Poole was removed from the Biggie Smalls murder investigation after discovering a link between LAPD and Suge Knight and quit the force in protest. He later died suddenly of a heart attack [click here if you missed that].