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Thursday, July 7, 2011

Notorious B.I.G.'s Case Possibly Finds Answers

As reported by HuffPost Entertainment via HipHopDx.com, an ex-member of the Nation of Islam by the name of Clayton Hill recently claims he was an accesory to the murder of famed rapper Notorious B.I.G. (aka Christopher Wallace) who was gunned down in LA in 1997 after leaving a party. Hill, who is now in a federal prison in Chicago on unrelated charges for Conspiracy to Defraud the United States and Identity Theft, says Dawoud Muhammad killed BIG. Clayton was ordered from some higher-up at Muhammad Mosque #15 to meet Dawoud Muhammad at a Greyhound bus station in Atlanta to retrieve the firearm that was used to murder the hip hop star. It was at that time, Dawoud confirmed to Clayton what he had done and that he also is an ex-Blood gang member and was paid to carry it out.

Former LA Dectective Russell Poole, who worked on Biggie's case, always felt this case was super shady. He felt someone from inside the LAPD knew exactly what happened to the rapper. Poole eventually left the force due to the fact that he felt like his investigation was being delayed from the inside. Poole believes ex-LAPD officer David Mack and Amir Muhammad did the crime and that it was ordered by Death Row Records, Tupac's then record label ran by Suge Knight.

When Clayton was shown picturea of Amir Muhammad and asked if this was the guy he met at that Greyhound bus station who said his name was Dawoud Muhammad, he could not 100% confirm it to be him because it happened 14 years ago. Hmm...

By the way Hill's e-book, "Diary of an Ex-Terrorist," will be dropping soon on all the goings on of his life with the Nation of Islam. What a coincedence for THIS story to come out now...

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