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Who Murdered Tupac? Author John Potash's Book Reveals it.

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On the Weekend of Tupac Shakur's Birthday John Potash, author of "The FBI's War on Tupac Shakur and Other Black Leaders," is interviewed. Potash book came about after 12 years of research and investigations and common threads between the way powerful black leaders such as Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, Huey P. Newton and entertainers Tupac, Sam Cook, Bob Marley, and Jimi Hendrix were discovered in their assassinations. All threads having to do with government and US Intelligence.

This book (order directly from Amazon) alleges that Suge Knight was used by the FBI, CIA, and Police Department for a two-fold purpose; 1-Stop the black activism and unity that was emerging after the Rodney King Verdict. 2-Replace Afrocentric Black Conscious rap with a gutter form of rap that inspires neighborhood fueds and petty "beefin" among black youths, and misogonistic behavior towards black females, called "gangsta rap" or "hard-core rap." You won't want to miss this.