Tupac Shakur, born on June 16th, 1971, also known as 2Pac and for a short time, Makaveli, was a well known American and actor that had sold over 75 million albums worldwide as of 2010, making him on of the best-selling music artists in the world. MTV ranked him at number 2 on their list of The Greatest MC’s of All Time and Rolling Stone named him the 86th Greatest Artist of All Time.
On September 7, 1996 Tupac was gunned down in a drive-by shooting at the intersection of Flamingo Road and Koval Lane in Las Vegas. He died 6 days later at the Southern Nevada University Medical Center. His unsolved murder has barely been addressed by law enforcement.
Almost everyone that was at the scene where Tupac was killed is now dead. The deaths of Frank Alexander and Michael Moore (both sharing the fact that they were the ONLY personal bodyguards present on the night that Tupac was killed) is nothing short of bizarre… And so began the Greatest Conspiracy Theory in the History of Hip Hop.
In this documentary there are interviews with both Frank Alexander and Michael Moore that examines the various conspiracy theories surrounding the mysterious murder. Various explanations are offered as to who would have gained the most from the death of Tupac and why.
This DVD set, 2 Pac – Two Pack: Conspiracy And Aftermath, comes with two discs and it featured two films:
This film examines the court case and offers theories as to might have killed Tupac. Through the eyes of the body guards it closely examines the facts in the murder case and those involved at the time: Cathy Scott, the Las Vegas Sun reporter that was covering the story; Brent Becker, a primary Las Vegas Metro PD Detective assigned to the case; Don Erath, Jr. a Los Angeles homicide detective; and Mike Allen, a former prosecuting attorney.
This film demonstrates the unadulterated love that Tupac’s friends and family share for him. This documentary contains heartfelt interviews with friends who still think about the artist even after more than 17 years. This one also includes home videos of Tupac reminding everyone just how sweet, funny and talented he really was, which is so opposite of the street thug image that he portrayed.
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