Monday, March 18, 2019

All Are Partners in Ushering in Second Bill of Rights

All Are Partners in Ushering in Second Bill of Rights

By Robert Hymers

In the midst of World War II (a war that would claim over 73 million lives), Franklin D. Roosevelt gave the State of the Union Address on Tuesday January 11, 1944, to the American People where he proposed a Second Bill of Rights. The country had weathered the Great Depression and the war along with Roosevelt’s New Deal had pulled the country out of the most severe economic decline ever experienced in America. Included in his vision for the future of America was housing for everyone, as a Constitutionally guaranteed right. FDR’s words that night must have been comforting to the many Americans fighting in the war that would soon be coming home to an uncertain future. Now 75 years later, the sentiments expressed by FDR are perhaps more meaningful than ever as so many have been left behind. California has a swelling homeless population affected by underemployment or unemployment that is skewed toward many protected classes of people.

The promise of Government providing housing has almost universal appeal. The promise of eliminating hunger or any other discomfort is certainly a noble pursuit. However, when it comes to housing, American government housing programs have met with varying degrees of success. FDR envisioned government sponsored housing and in the many places where this has been implemented, housing projects frequently become dens of crime and dangerous neighborhoods. But there is something very noble in FDR’s mission statement to address humanity’s hierarchy of needs. Housing being fundamental to the well-being of any life and a core plank in the foundation of every functional family.

Marginally successful as an owner operator Government’s crucial role in solving the housing crisis better serves society by focusing on policy decisions to reduce restrictive regulations by speeding up the permitting process, streamlining development reviews, and reducing development impact fees.

Many private companies have made it their mission to remediate this issue. As a consultant for Eco Innovation Group Inc. (OTC: ECOX), I have been on the front line helping to provide a solution for this pervasive issue. We are focusing on cost effective and practical solutions. Here, I have found a place to exercise my passion on this issue because as a native Californian, it saddens me that my state has been left behind. Federal policy over the past two decades has marginalized California, while at the same time many states place the homeless on buses and ship them over to take advantage of our mild winters and take advantage of our plenteous resources. But California, known for innovation in entertainment, real estate development, technology, cannabis and many other sectors can lead America in solving this crisis. Pressures are often the catalyst for innovation.

I have been advising my clients on solutions to meet the challenges. California boasts some of the most expensive real estate in the country but there are underdeveloped areas that public transportation has made viable alternatives for affordable housing. Other areas can be developed as transportation funding extends the reach to remote vacant desert land. Another area of innovation revolves around underutilized, green friendly and affordable building materials like hemp (hempcrete), and use of pre-fab modular homes to reduce construction time and costs. But building and land costs are not the whole issue. Operating costs of buildings must be designed to minimize cost of energy and other utilities. The more we are able to drive costs lower the more people our housing can serve.

We are certain that once we refine the business model for California that other states and companies can take advantage from what we have learned, as they have in the past on other issues. Perhaps more of their citizens can remain local when they hit a financial bump in the road instead of being shipped to more temperate climates. Housing could keep families closer to each other and improve the quality of their lives when it is constructed affordably and in close proximity to family and friends. Government needs to do more to make increased home-ownership a priority, especially in California. Washington D.C. and Sacramento can do more to help us drill down to a definitive solution by offering more rebates, tax incentives, better access to capital, subsidies, land, as well as more publicly funded programs to encourage economically challenged people to embrace home ownership.

FDR’s vision still eludes many Americans today but encouraging companies (like ECOX) to join FDR’s fight will one day provide housing for all. His good intentions of making housing a basic human right may never be achieved by government alone but all of us working together in both the private and public sectors can usher in an era free of homelessness.

Opportunities in Film Have Never Been Better

Opportunities in Film Have Never Been Better

By Robert Hymers

I have spent time working in film industry as an Executive Producer on two award winning films and I can honestly say that the playing field for film has never been more level. Years ago major studios controlled development of projects. They put millions of dollars into a variety of projects to spread out their risk. As some of those projects acquired attachments because of the power of the screenplay or subject matter the decision to greenlight a project was relatively simple. Today, these models only exist for very large budget films and there may be as many as a dozen people that end up writing the screenplay some of which are credited and some of which work as ghost writers.

Big studios gravitate toward the larger franchise pictures because they need guaranteed revenue from audiences that are built-in on their films. The recent mega acquisition of Fox by Disney creates the largest superhero studio that has ever existed. Now the possibilities are endless for big budgeted films that relive every possible comic book plot and many new ones as well. The people that make these films are a virtual cartel. Breaking in is almost impossible but that shouldn’t discourage you from making your mark in film.

High-tech companies have descended upon Hollywood. The Westside Pavilion has been taken over by Google, The Culver Studios has been taken over by Amazon, and Netflix has the master lease on Raleigh Studios. The digital era of film is upon us. Now more than ever independent filmmakers have opportunity to create content that can connect with an audience. Additionally, YouTube provides access to content creators to create a following. Channels that blow-up on YouTube get consideration to become the next television shows.

Distribution was once a mysterious business. Content creators were never really sure how to get their films to market. Many distributors kept the accounting fuzzy so that revenue never really came back to investors. Today, content creators can distribute their content directly through Amazon or Google. Additionally, there are a number of aggregators that are able to get films on platforms ranging from Hulu, Netflix, Amazon, Google Play, iTunes and many other platforms. This creates a much more level playing field for the content creator. Foreign distribution is a bit more complicated but there are lots of reputable companies today that can navigate the opportunities in the various countries that may be right for your film.

I advise my clients in entertainment to engage my services early so that the revenue model can be established to take advantage of tax credits, co-production opportunities, and casting to maximize the revenue potential of their film. Some of the distribution companies that I work with provide financing. The two award winning films, Skin and The Kindergarten Teacher, that I produced were released through PaperChase Films. I serve as the CFO of the company. Previously, in my career at Ernst and Young, Lionsgate was my tax client. That has given me rich experience to draw upon in my current film and television endeavors. In addition to my position at PaperChase I advise many clients in Entertainment. Best practices must be established early on to account for the monies spent and provide the mechanism to recapture investment and then to pay out profits. These are areas that I have vast experience establishing for my clients.

 Naturally, the content must be compelling as audiences now have many choices when it comes to what to watch. They are becoming more sophisticated but the tools to make quality films have never been more affordable. Drones, digital cameras, and technological advancements have put tools into millions more content creators than have ever existed before. Moderate budget films are able to be made in almost any genre.

 So if you are thinking of getting involved in any aspect of film, I can help you achieve your goals. I am here to advise my clients to avoid the pitfalls. I am also here to help them maximize their opportunities to grow as content creators. 

Thursday, May 3, 2018

Century City News - May 2018 Edition

Here is the link for Century City News May Edition

Monday, January 29, 2018

Steven Seagal’s Attorney Speaks Out

Anthony Falangetti & Steven Seagal Refute Allegations Made on Megyn Kelly Today

“On behalf of actor and director Steven Seagal, we would like to address the accusations made by Ms. Regina Simons, Begins Anthony Falangetti, former prosecutor and attorney for Steven Seagal. “Mr. Seagal explicitly denies all of her claims.” Seagal adds, “her accusations against me are false and her story is completely fictional and made up."

In the Megyn Kelly interview accuser Regina Simons claims the incident occurred at “his (Seagal’s) Beverly Hills home” in 1993, after filming of the movie, On Deadly Ground.  Said Seagal, “This is false.  She never came to my home by herself or with anyone else.  Moreover, I did not live in Beverly Hills.” Falangetti says, “In the Megyn Kelly interview, Simons provides no description of this home, either the outside or the inside. She hopelessly claimed to have seen a table and a photo of his wife at the time.  Neither supposed observation was insightful or credible.”

Falangetti continues, “The photo that aired on the Megyn Kelly interview failed to show Seagal and Simons together. The photo Megyn Kelly showed is meaningless.  Mr. Seagal is standing twenty feet away from Simons surrounded by a crowd, talking with other people.”

“Simons says she met Seagal while auditioning for the movie, On Deadly Ground; She got the part,” says Megyn Kelly in the teaser leading up to the interview. Falangetti responds, “IMDB lists no credit for her in the movie and she received no screen credit as anyone can check by watching the end credits of the movie. She may have wanted to be an extra in the movie, but she was not. Moreover, her story simply makes no sense.  One example, she claimed that she was so young and inexperienced, that she had to be escorted by her brother to the open call for extras in the movie.  But then, she travels to southern California and drives to a house in Beverly Hills that she has never been to before to attend a Hollywood wrap party all by herself, without friend, family member or agent. This is transparently absurd and lacks any credibility.”

As a former prosecutor Falangetti understands how to evaluate a witness, “A hallmark of false accusations is that they lack credible, specific details.  The tale Ms. Simons has told is bereft of any credible details.  Even after 25 years, a truthful person would remember the details of what happened.  Her claims are vague, generalized and gloss over obvious details.  If she were being honest, she would be able to authenticate her claims with specific facts.  She has none because her claims are completely fabricated.”

“Further, her accusations date back over 20 years.  The California statute of limitations has run out.   Her accusations are only for publicity.  She has had no career in Hollywood of any kind.  Now the opportunity presents itself and we can only assume that she comes forward for her own publicity.”

"Recent reports from news outlets across the country, including this one from FOX news, 'Lisa Bloom sought to line up paydays for women accusing Trump of sexual misconduct: report' on December 15, 2017,  ( are very disturbing and cast doubt on the truthfulness and motives of the women she represents."

Falangetti finishes by stating, "Mr. Seagal is innocent.  All of the accusations against him are false.  It is well known that Steven Seagal does not share the political views of the mainstream in Hollywood.  It seems clear he is being targeted because of his political beliefs.  In the United States of America, the world’s beacon of free speech, and the home of the presumption of innocence, it is tragic that Mr. Seagal afforded neither, while he is being attacked and branded for his beliefs, as well as his courage to speak out."

For further information or to schedule an interview with Mr. Seagal and/or Mr. Falangetti please contact: Michael Douglas Carlin 310.463.4527

Monday, June 19, 2017

Chris Blatchford Statement

May 1998, a Five-Deuce Hoover Crip that I know came to me saying he knew who killed Tupac Shakur.  He told me that Sharitha Knight and Reggie Wright were behind the murder.

CI says at first there was a get together in Balboa Park in the San Fernando Valley for diffferent gangs.  This was disguised as a Blood/Crips truce meeting.  But it was really a feeler for Wright to see how much it would take to get Tupac hit.  Wright wanted rights to all Tupac's material.

He says it was Wright who -- on the night of Tupac's murder -- told the killers where Tupac would be, along with Suge.  Those not in on the plan that night were sent to the 662 Club in Las Vegas.

There were 3 hitmen hired to do the job:  Gregory Harris Smith aka "Lil Half Dead (dob 11-28-79), Malcolm Shabbaz Patton (dob 1972), and Danny Eugene Patton aka "Whiteboy" (dob 1974).

The CI lived next door to Danny Patton in Reseda and did some construction work with him.  CI says Danny Patton told him, "I shot that Tupac motherfucker.  I was there man!"  He had a tape recording of the conversation but I couldn't understand a word of it because of the bad quality of the tape.

In early June 1998,  the CI told me that Malcom Patton was "tired of hiding it" and believed he was about to get hit.  So, he wanted to turn himself in and tell the whole story.  I talked to Malcolm on the telephone and we set up a meeting.  He said he would bring one of the murder weapons, and wanted to do an on camera interview to protect himself.

June 5, 1998 I showed up for the meeting and was given a hand-written letter (this was written by the CI's sister who transcribed what Malcom told her).  The letter claimed Lil Half Dead was upset with Tupac because Tupac stole one of his songs, "Brenda's Got  Baby."   Lil Half Dead was beaten down by some Tupac soldiers while in Las Vegas.  The letter also said, Wright had a meeting with gangsters and put a bounty on Tupac's head. Malcolm said he was the shooter that was supposed to take out Suge Knight.  Lil Half Dead was supposed to kill Tupac.  It quoted Mlacolm as saying, "i can call you on a safe number and give you details of clothing, cars, streets, and describe anything you need to know to prove that I was there, and the night 2 pac tryed to escape, like a little pee-on bitch."  The letter also said that Malcolm would drop off one of the murder weapons at KTTV studios.

Malcolm never showed for the Reseda meeting, but when I returned to the station, security told me a young black man had tried to drop off a package for me at the guard shack.  Company policy prohibited them from accepting it.  I never heard from Malcolm again.

The CI also told me that Danny was paid 100-thousand dollars for the hit in the form of a cashier's check.  Danny signed the check.  The CI said the hit team trio had rented a pearl white cadillac at the Stratosphere Hotel Las Vegas and later dumped it at a salvage yard in Baker, dissassembled.   Three guns were used: tech 9, .45, and a Glock.  Danny's gun jammed.  Malcolm shot twice and missed his target.  He also said "Neckbone" would be killed later because he knew the identity of the shooters.  Neckbone was, in fact, killed at a later date.

CI said that Danny Patton's mother, who worked as a drug counselor in the Valley, was "scared to go against him."   Malcolm, at the time, was recently released from prison.

A year or so later, CI told me Danny Patton wanted to meet with me.  Subsequently, he and the CI did come to the station and talked with me for about a half-hour.  The Tupac murder was never mentioned.  CI later told me that Danny just wanted to feel me out.

Lil Half Dead is already doing life for another murder.

Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Grace Yuko Pan Sells Beverly Hills Real Estate

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Thursday, October 20, 2016

My Life Matters - Suge Knight and Suave

You know him as Suave, he is the man that remade the song, "My Girl." That song climbed to #22 on the national charts and #1in the R&B charts. He knew Suge Knight when Suge was guarding Bobby Brown - way back in the Galaxy Studios days. He also knew Russell Poole. He was threatened by Rafael Perez, the City Attorney, and other LAPD Officers and now he wants to tell the entire story before his stage four throat cancer takes his life.

He has a message for Suge Knight. "The FBI asked me to lie about you and the City Attorney threatened me. I had no choice but to do what I did and since I never signed the coerced deposition I never got anything that was promised to me." 

"Suge, whatever you do, get away from judge Ryan. The FBI told me that if I cooperated with them and lied about you that he would release me and instead he locked me up for a crime that I did not commit."

Suave, was in Mississippi at the time a murder in Los Angeles was committed but that didn't stop LAPD cops from suppressing that evidence in Suave's trial and that didn't stop Judge Ryan from excluding that evidence in the appeal. Suave now has stage four throat cancer and wants to live out his final days, however few they are, in freedom... with his family. 23 years have been stolen from him because of trumped up charges.

To donate to Waymond Anderson aka Suave's legal fund click here:
These are bombshell interviews that give us a glimpse into what is wrong with our justice system. I respect all first responders that wear their uniforms with honor. Those that don't need to be pushed out to other lines of work. Every witness swears to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. Every judge, investigator, and prosecutor must take the same oath and courts, in America, should become sacred halls of Truth!!!

Tuesday, September 13, 2016


Read Russell Poole's final words on #Tupac & #Biggie murders 

Written by former LAPD Detective Russell Poole and Michael Douglas Carlin.

On September 7th, 1996 Suge Knight was driving a BMW in Las Vegas with Tupac Shakur in the passenger seat. A White Cadillac pulled alongside the car and 13 bullets were fired all over the car. Tupac Shakur was struck multiple times and a bullet lodged in his lung. Tupac Shakur died on September 13, 1996 from wounds sustained from the crime.

The shooting occurred in Las Vegas. Las Vegas is the assumed jurisdiction.

If there was a conspiracy to kill Tupac then the jurisdiction is where the conspiracy began.

Death Row Records was headquartered in Los Angeles, County so if the conspiracy occurred in LA County then Los Angeles Police, Sheriffs, and the DA’s office have clear jurisdiction.


Evidence examined includes: the records from the Tupac and Biggie LAPD investigation; the Death Row Records Bankruptcy Filings; the Christopher Wallace Estate's civil trial against the City of Los Angeles for wrongful death; secret tape recordings made by bodyguard Frank Alexander in the immediate aftermath of the Shakur shooting; FBI Released Files; various other files, audio and video recordings; and a confession letter written in 1998 that was given to Fox 11 journalist Chris Blatchford.

1.     Reggie Wright disarmed all security guards on the night of the shooting. This was a break from the normal protocol when guarding artists in Las Vegas.
2.     Michael Moore refused the order and insisted on carrying his weapon. He was removed from guarding Tupac Shakur and was ordered to Club 662 where he was to stay close to Reggie Wright. 3.     Michael Moore spoke of standing next to Reggie Wright in front of Club 662 at the time of the shooting and hearing “Got ‘em” coming over the radio. A radio is significant because it implies that there were spotters as well as shooters. This also makes this just like the Biggie Smalls Murder. (See below - Listen especially from 3:40 on).

4.     "'Em" probably refers to both Tupac Shakur and Suge Knight. With 13 shots being fired the shooters probably really thought they “Got ’em”. The Shooting was an immediate failure. Tupac wasn’t killed and Suge was only hit by a bullet fragment.
5.     Bodyguard Frank Alexander was told to lie about the Orlando Anderson incident by Reggie Wright. He told investigators that Orlando had grabbed Tupac’s chain earlier in the evening breaking the chain. That incident morphed into the Orlando Anderson Chain Grab Narrative at the Lakewood Mall. Frank Alexander came clean with Las Vegas Investigators and he was told by the Los Angeles DA’s office and Death Row Records Associates that his life was now in danger. Those conversations were secretly recorded by Frank Alexander. (We have copies of these recordings).
6.     According to the Biggie Smalls Civil Trial Reggie Wright is a suspect in the murder of Christopher Wallace aka Biggie Smalls aka The Notorious BIG.
7.     Reggie Wright Jr. shows up at every one of the interviews of Death Row Records insiders by Las Vegas Police. Brent Becker Interview From Tupac Assassination
8.     Reggie Wright Jr. reveals that off-duty LAPD police worked for Wrightway Security on Death Row Records assignments. Reggie Wright Deposition. (See image below).
9.     David Kenner rented home of Larry Longo through Frank Longo - Larry's son. Kenner then moves Suge Knight into the home setting up a clear conflict of interest. Larry Longo is fired but cleared of any wrongdoing. The maneuver was clearly orchestrated by Kenner to get Suge’s probation violated in a way that judges abhor. This incident sealed Suge’s fate and he was sentenced to nine years in prison.
10. Chuck Philips wrote about conflict of interest with Larry Longo putting the final nails in Suge Knights probation violation.
11. It is clear in the aftermath of the Tupac and Suge Shooting on September 7, 1996 that Suge Knight no longer trusted Reggie Wright to handle his security. He uses his homeboys instead – a fact that Reggie Wright conveys through Kevin Lewis to LAPD Senior Lead Ken Knox. Using convicted felons as security was a violation of Suge’s probation. Reggie Wright also tells Knox directly that Suge has been traveling out of the country – another probation violation. Reggie is trying desperately to get Suge’s probation revoked. From Knox detailed notes.
12. David Kenner bungled Suge's probation hearing sealing Suge's fate in being incarcerated. When they couldn't kill Suge they conspired to send him away.
13. Christopher Wallace aka Biggie Smalls is murdered on a Los Angeles street. The murder is committed to further galvanize the East Coast/West Coast feud and throw investigators off of the trail of actual murderers in Tupac Shakur's murder. The murder may have also been used by Wright to get back into Suge’s good graces.
14. Experience modification from Tupac's murder to Biggie's murder. Gang kids used for Tupac's murder with regular ammo and a wide pattern of bullets. Biggie's murder used a professional assassin with armor piercing ammunition and a tight pattern with almost same drive by tactics. (See Below).
15. Detective Russell Poole met with resistance inside of LAPD to fully investigate the murder of Christopher Wallace, and to fully investigate corruption of Officer Kevin Gaines by department leadership. He later is pulled off of the cases and reassigned and eventually pushed out of the department. His reports on the incidents are gutted and much of the information disappears along with Frank Lygga's personnel package. "Controversial Det. Frank Lyga said he once threatened to reveal to the media that his 1997 shooting of fellow cop Kevin Gaines was 'a sanction[ed] hit on Gaines by LAPD,' according to a memo purported to be written by an LAPD officer to Assistant Chief Earl Paysinger, documenting a talk Lyga gave at the L.A. Police Academy late last year. - LA Weekly 
16. Reggie Wright Jr. was second in command at Death Row Records and ended up running record label after Suge was incarcerated by maneuvering himself into that position. The chaos at Death Row Records that began October 22nd when Suge is arrested and put in jail, ends when Wright is put in charge.
17. Ken Knox, Senior Lead, details in a police report that New Jersey Crips and Los Angeles Bloods are together in Death Row's CAN-AM Studios together a few weeks before Yak Fula is assassinated in New Jersey. David Kenner is contacted by Las Vegas Police to arrange the interview of Yak Fula. Kenner never arranges the interview and Fula is killed before Las Vegas Investigators can find him on their own.
18. Murders in immediate aftermath of Tupac Shakur's murder were those affiliated, witnesses, or with knowledge of the murder. Yak Fula was an assassination hit and Death Row Records were the first to call it a suicide. (We have the tapes of telephone calls between Frank Alexander and various Death Row Insiders about this murder. Also we have the FBI report that states this was an execution murder - See below). Murder's before Suge was released from prison were those who were Suge's inner circle to weaken Suge from putting together muscle to retaliate upon his release.
19. According to Kevin Hackie the gun used to kill Tupac Shakur was a Glock .40 that was confiscated by an off-duty Santa Monica Police Officer during a routine search at the House of Blues of Hussein Fatal, one of Tupac's Outlawz. (See Reggie Wright Deposition below) The gun was ballistics tested by the FBI before being released to Kevin Hackie who subsequently gave the gun to Reggie Wright Jr. According to Hackie the ballistics from the murder were matched with the gun used in the Tupac murder. Timeline on the gun looks like this: July 4th, 1996 at the House of Blues Hussein Fatal is detained for possession of a firearm when he attempts to enter the venue with the gun. Late July Reggie Wright contacts Kevin Hackie and asks him to keep tabs on the weapon. The weapon is ballistics tested and run through the crime database. No match for a crime is found at that time. Sometime in August Santa Monica Police contact Kevin Hackie and tell him the gun is cleared for pickup. He retrieves the gun and takes it to his handlers at the FBI and ATF. They clear him to release the gun to Reggie Wright Jr. He gives the gun to Wright. On September 7, 1996 the gun is used to kill Rapper Tupac Shakur. When Las Vegas Police book shell casings and bullets into evidence they are sent off to the FBI where they are ballistics tested. They are run through the federal database where they match the gun confiscated at the House of Blues. 

20. The Dannemora Contract was signed by Suge Knight on September 15th and by Tupac Shakur on September 16th meaning that this contract was written the day before Suge and Kenner visited Tupac Shakur. They intended for this contract to be vague so they could steal Tupac's money. Evidence of that theft surfaced after Tupac's death. The theft would become a problem for David Kenner as this contract was a clear conflict of interest for Kenner that could have led to his disbarment.
21. David Kenner was terminated by Tupac Shakur days before Tupac's Murder.

22. Tupac made it clear in New York, four days before his murder, that he was leaving Death Row Records.
23. Evidence of theft of Tupac's money emerges months after Tupac's murder as Tupac's mother, Afeni Shakur, begins digging into Tupac's business affairs.
24. Michael Harris was beginning to send thugs to visit Suge requesting repayment of original investment and profits from the record label. Suge's inner circle was turning them away.
25. Waymond Anderson says that Michael and Lydia Harris were part of a plot to overthrow Death Row Records at the time that Tupac Shakur was killed.
26. Sharitha would have inherited Suge Knight's shares in Death Row Records. At the time Death Row Records was worth as much as $500 Million.
27. FBI, ATF, and LAPD were all investigating Death Row Records at the time of Tupac Murder and the attempt on Suge Knight. Those investigations would have probably stopped if Suge Knight was killed leaving Sharitha and Reggie to run the record label without interference.
28. Sharitha Knight was dating Officer Kevin Gaines at the time of Tupac's murder. Snoop was on trial for murder that same year. Snoop was acquitted when evidence disappeared from an evidence locker at LAPD that Gaines had access to and he was a suspect in the theft of that evidence. Gaines was also in Las Vegas on "Special Assignment" with other officers on the night Tupac and Suge were shot. (See the document below). Gaines was gunned down by officer Frank Lygga who later said the murder was a sanctioned hit ordered by LAPD brass specifically Police Chief Bernard Parks. Lygga recanted this statement. On the recorded tape at the Police Academy, "He says that Douglas asked if it was an accident to which Lyga replied "no it wasn't an accident."
29. Sharitha Knight was Snoop Dogg's manager at time of Murder. Snoop began the narrative that Suge was responsible for Tupac’s murder. Snoop told Sheriff's that Suge Knight was responsible for Tupac's murder to throw investigators off of trail. This incident happened at the Universal Amphitheater on May 14th, 1998. (See the report below). Snoop said that his security detail ditched him and Sheriffs say that he was approached by gang members affiliated with Death Row Records (Bloods) that meant to do him harm. They saved him from that harm and he told them that Suge was responsible for Tupac's murder. Many investigators have cited Suge Knight for being uncooperative but in the interview for the Biggie & Tupac Documentary Suge is candid about Snoop without mentioning him by name. The Death Row Records website broadcasts a message to Snoop, "2001 The Year of Fear, All Doggs Run & Hide, Suge is coming home." Watch the documentary on YouTube from 1:37:00 to 1:42:02.( Detective Arnwine, who worked undercover for Long Beach Police while he was assigned to an FBI Taskforce - he said, "Suge Knight used to slap Snoop Dogg around like he was a little girl."
He rode back on the plane and constantly asked Tupac if he was going to Las Vegas.
Snoop said, "We start a coalition. And we get rid of Suge Knight No. 1 (snaps his fingers) for good, because that’s a bump in the road and when you got a negative bump in the road it makes it hard."

31. Frank Alexander secret recordings of his telephone calls with Death Row Insiders and reporter Chuck Philips give insight into interworking of Death Row Records and their ties to Philips in creating false stories that are planted in the LA Times. Chuck Philips is dismissed when he is caught fabricating a story about the murder of Tupac Shakur thus solidifying the planting of stories to throw investigators and public opinion off of the trail of the real killers of Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls.
32. Reggie Wright Jr. has ties through his father to Compton Police who attempted to steer the investigation toward a conclusion that Orlando Anderson was the shooter in the murder of Tupac Shakur. Orlando Anderson has an airtight alibi as Las Vegas has cameras everywhere. Cory Edwards tells of seeing Orlando Anderson at the bar about the time of the shooting. (See Information Below). Las Vegas Police are handed Orlando Anderson by Compton Police during a raid. They are expected by Compton Police to arrest him as he is being handed up on a silver platter as the shooter. Las Vegas Police are not even interested in him because they already know about his airtight alibi. Compton Police established this pattern when they also steered the investigation in the El Rey Theater murder of Kelly Jamerson and stopped LAPD investigators from issuing indictments.
33. Confession Letter to the murder of Tupac Shakur and attempt to murder Suge Knight is written in 1998 as dictated by Malcolm Patton (one of the shooters) and given to Fox 11 journalist Chris Blatchford. (See below). Chris Blatchford also talks to Malcolm Patton about the murder and provides a written statement on his conversations. That letter and Blatchford Statement details that the conspiracy to commit murder began in Balboa Park clearly giving Los Angeles jurisdiction over this case.
34. On June 24, 2014 Russell Poole and RJ Bond met with four representatives from LAPD and provided them with a copy of the confession letter. They place special marking on the letter and receive assurances that the information will be investigated. Instead it is leaked. Six days after the letter appears on the Internet Suge Knight is shot in a West Hollywood Nightclub by assailants that yell, “You killed Tupac” as they fire shots at Knight.
35. The attempt to derail the Confession Letter is traced back to Reggie Wright Jr. Daryn Dupree (one of the cops that Russell and RJ gave the confession letter to) was Greg Kading's partner who is a close friend and apologist of Reggie Wright Jr. implicated in the letter as responsible for the murder of Tupac Shakur and the attempt on Suge Knight on September 7, 1996. Greg Kading was first person to talk about letter on Internet after it was given to LAPD. The confession letter, given to LAPD, had special markings that appeared on the Internet with those markings. The LAPD leak is clearly documented and is the subject of an Internal Affairs investigation CF NO. 14-001995. Keep in mind that Daryn Dupree illegally accessed LAPD computers and cloned cell phones and was reprimanded by LAPD and Greg Kading was responsible for overturning the George Torres-Ramos case by what the judge said was his "reckless disregard for the truth."
36. Confession Letter points to Reggie Wright Junior's Coup ‘d’état at Death Row Records and heist of Tupac Shakur's music.
37. Confession Letter points to Sharitha Knight complicit in plot.
38. David Kenner is also implicated by Confession Letter. Robert Soria says Kenner was at the meeting with gangs.
39. The book "Murder Rap" is released that pins the murders of Tupac Shakur and Christopher Wallace on the dead guys. The book is written by Greg Kading who is close to Reggie Wright Jr. - a suspect in the Biggie Smalls Killing and is now a suspect in the Tupac Shakur Killing. Greg Kading admits in the book that he had no access to the Christopher Wallace Civil Trial documents which excludes the most significant portion of the case. The book follows the same story line as the previously planted stories by LA Times journalist Chuck Philips. Greg Kading is also the former lead detective on the Christpher Wallace homicide and previous partner of Daryn Dupree. Dupree is the cop that leaked the confession letter to Kading. Kading had an additional motive to derail the confession letter -- his book and movie deal that would prove worthless if the case is solved in an alternate way. Kading contacts journalist Chris Blatchford and further attempts to derail the letter with Chris. His emails are very similar to the Chuck Philips secret tape recording made by Frank Alexander where instead of asking questions they attempt to sell a conclusion.
40. Mario Hammonds, Kevin Hackie, Psycho Mike, Kenny Boagni are all discredited without specific evidence even though many of their testimony is considered credible in other investigations including clearing LAPD officers in board of rights hearings for wrongdoing. They all provide specific evidence of LAPD Police involvement in murder of Christopher Wallace organized by Reggie Wright Jr.
41. First Civil trial in Estate of Christopher Wallace is declared a mistrial when evidence is suppressed by City of Los Angeles and LAPD specifically in wrongful death of Wallace. Evidence pointed to involvement of off duty police and Reggie Wright Jr. in murder of Christopher Wallace.
42. Second Civil trial in Estate of Christopher Wallace is dismissed with promise by City of Los Angeles and LAPD that they would redouble investigation. They tell lead investigator to shut down the case 24 hours after the settlement.
43. Confession letter indicates that Reggie Wright Jr. selected Lil' Half Dead to murder Tupac Shakur because of a previous interaction between Lil' Half Dead and Tupac where Tupac stole a song from him. Look at the album cover for Lil' Half Dead's "Dead Serious" where you will see a slumped over dead Tupac at Can-Am Studios. (See Photos below). Sampling and theft appear to have been a common practice in the early roots of Rap music. ( watch from 3 minutes in. Also - ).
44. Since the first draft of the book two witnesses have come forward. One of them states that she saw and talked to Rafael Perez on the night before the murder of Christopher Wallace and the night of the murder. She was afraid to come forward earlier because she was in fear of her life. We have also had a rapper tweet to us that he knows that Snoop had prior knowledge of the murder of Tupac Shakur before that murder happened.
45. According to the confession letter the conspiracy began in Los Angeles. One incident was documented as a gang summit in Balboa Park where Reggie Wright Jr. asked the gangs for permission to kill both Tupac Shakur and Suge Knight. Chris Blatchford tells that, according to his informant, those behind this plot included David Kenner, Reggie Wright Jr., and Sharitha Knight. At that summit it was decided that Donald Smith aka Lil Half Dead, Malcolm Patton and Danny Patton aka Whiteboy would be the shooters.

Theft of Tupac's money and music as well as the control of Death Row Records was the major motive. Both Tupac Shakur and Suge Knight were in the crosshairs that night. Keep in mind that Death Row Records was worth over 500 million dollars at the time and Tupac had unreleased but completed songs in the vault that were worth an additional couple of hundred million dollars. Donald Smith aka Lil' Half Dead had the additional motive of the theft of his music by Tupac Shakur and had recently had his contract sold to Priority Records by Suge Knight. Danny Patton was paid $100,000 for the murder.

Donald Smith aka Lil' Half Dead was the alleged triggerman on September 7th, 1996 responsible for killing Tupac Shakur. Smith is the cousin of Calvin Broadus aka Snoop Dogg. Smith was represented by Suge Knight and Death Row Records and his contract was sold off to Priority Records. He had given a demo tape to Tupac and two of his songs were stolen by Tupac according to the confession letter. Theft in the Hip-Hop world was a common practice at that time. Smith is affiliated with the Long Beach Crips. Snoop Dogg, Donald Smith's cousin, tells Sheriff's deputies on May 14, 1998 that Suge Knight was behind the murder of rapper Tupac Shakur. Was this to throw law enforcement off the trail of his cousin? When you look at the cover of "Dead Serious," by Lil' Half Dead, there is a picture of a murdered Tupac at Can-Am Studios. From this interview you can see that Half Dead is Snoop's enforcer: (especially check out the closing paragraph)

Tupac at Can-Am Studios

Look to the Left. Tupac is dead across the sound console.

Tupac and Kadafi

Tupac and Kadafi on Lil 1/2 Dead's Dead Serious

Check out how Snoop addresses Lil' 1/2 Dead - with a gun and money. Must be code for something... hmmm...

Malcolm Patton was the shooter that was supposed to take out Suge Knight. He shot twice and missed his target. He spoke to Chris Blatchford over the telephone and offered to provide him with details about guns, shooters, clothes, cars, and routes.

Danny Patton aka Whiteboy was allegedly paid $100,000 for the hit in the form of a cashier's check. Danny's gun jammed. Danny Patton is a Leuder's Park Piru Blood.

Reggie Wright Jr. allegedly attended the gang summit and paid the $100,000 bounty to Danny Patton. Reggie was responsible for disarming all of Tupac's bodyguards that night. He also attended every single meeting between witnesses and the Las Vegas Police. Reggie Wright Jr. worked previously for the Compton Jail and then the Compton Police. His father, Reggie Wright Sr. was in charge of the gang unit inside of Compton Police and was absorbed by the Sheriff's Department when it was learned that corruption existed within Compton PD. LAPD's Detective Fred Miller stated that Reggie Wright Jr. was known to control the drug trade in Compton. Reggie was also known to rob drug dealers of their drugs and money instead of busting them. He left the Compton Police on a worker's comp claim. Kevin Hackie claims he handed the weapon used in the Tupac killing to Reggie Wright two weeks before the killing. Hackie claims that the weapon had been ballistics tested a month before the killing and that ballistics test matched the ballistics of the Tupac Shakur murder. Reggie was at Club 662 at the time of the shooting. Michael Moore, a Tupac bodyguard, was next to Reggie Wright when the shooting happened and heard "Got 'em" coming over Reggie Wright's radio. He then heard someone he describes as "white" say, "don't say nothin' over the radio." "Got 'em" probably referred to Suge Knight and Tupac Shakur at the time of the shooting because with 13 bullets launched they really thought they "Got 'em." We have a tape of one of the security guards that worked for Reggie Wright Jr. stating that he had turned to the dark side and had the red carpet installed in his office indicating that he had accepted membership into the Bloods gang. The confession letter places Reggie Wright at the gang summit asking directly for permission to kill both Tupac Shakur and Suge Knight. The confession letter was given to LAPD and instead of being investigated it was leaked by a cop with direct ties back to Reggie Wright Jr.

Sharitha Knight was estranged from Suge Knight and was dating LAPD Officer Kevin Gaines at the time of Tupac's death. Kevin Gaines was killed by Officer Frank Lygga on March 18th 1997. Sharitha was the manager of Snoop Dogg. Snoop Dogg's trial for murder centered around evidence that disappeared from the LAPD evidence locker at the precinct that Kevin Gaines had access to. Sharitha would have inherited the shares of Death Row Records if Suge Knight had been killed on September 7th, 1996. One of our rapper followers reached out a month ago via Twitter and said that Snoop was warned by Sharitha not to come to Las Vegas that night. Snoop also asked Tupac over and over on September 4th, 1996 if he was attending the event in Las Vegas. Chris Blatchford says the shooters said Sharitha was behind the murder of Tupac Shakur and attempt on Suge Knight's life on September 7th 1996. While being managed by Sharitha Knight, Snoop tells Sheriff's deputies on May 1, 1998 that Suge Knight was behind the murder of rapper Tupac Shakur.

David Kenner was the attorney of record for Death Row Records, Suge Knight's attorney, Tupac's Attorney until he was fired August 27th, 1996 just days prior to Tupac being shot. Kenner was also Snoop Dogg's attorney who pulled a miracle defense when the evidence disappeared from the LAPD evidence locker. If Kenner was involved in the murder of Tupac and attempted murder of Suge Knight on September 7th, 1996 he would be representing Suge Knight currently with a severe conflict of interest. It could be that he is now reunited with Suge Knight to protect his own interests by steering any investigation into the murder of Tupac and attempted murder on Suge Knight. Kenner was the person that rented the home from Frank Longo that was owned by Larry Longo from the D.A.'s office. Kenner moved Suge into that house and caused a dime to be dropped on Suge. That conflict of interest was reported in the Los Angeles Times causing embarrassment to the D.A.'s office. David Kenner's representation of Tupac Shakur was a direct conflict of interest to his representation of Suge Knight and Death Row Records. Kenner could have faced disbarment for this conflict of interest if Tupac Shakur had lived.
Tupac authorized David Kenner to review contracts and royalty statements.

Reggie Wright Deposition - He gives names of off-duty LAPD Cops working for Death Row Records.
Rightway Security's Can-Am Studio Schedule. Off-duty cops worked for Death Row Records
through Rightway Security.

GECO Ammunition used in Biggie Killing

Gaines Personnel File disappears during investigation of Gaines Lyga Incident

Officer Kevin Gaines was in Las Vegas on Special Assignment for LAPD with his inner circle
who are all believed to be corrupt.

Yak Fula was executed professionally and wiped out the key witness in solving
the Tupac Murder.
Other LAPD Officers also in Las Vegas during murder of Tupac Shakur.
Snoop Tells LASD Officers that Suge Knight was responsible
for Tupac's Murder. Snoop was the original source of the
"Suge Knight killed Tupac" narrative.

Snoop saved by the LASD as he is approached by
five employees of Death Row Records.
Corey Edwards Statement about seeing Orlando Anderson at the bar.
Evidence of an LAPD Cover-up in the Biggie Smalls Murder.
Is this why they leaked the confession letter?
It is time for Tupac and Biggie Fans to begin asking questions.

Evidence of an LAPD Cover-up in the Biggie Smalls Murder.
Is this why they leaked the confession letter?
It is time for Tupac and Biggie Fans to begin asking questions.

What lengths did the LAPD and City of Los Angeles and
the LAPD go to in order to keep from paying 
billions of dollars to the estate of Christopher Wallace?
It is time for Tupac and Biggie Fans to begin asking questions.

What lengths did the LAPD and City of Los Angeles and
the LAPD go to in order to keep from paying 
billions of dollars to the estate of Christopher Wallace?
It is time for Tupac and Biggie Fans to begin asking questions.

What lengths did the LAPD and City of Los Angeles and
the LAPD go to in order to keep from paying 
billions of dollars to the estate of Christopher Wallace?
It is time for Tupac and Biggie Fans to begin asking questions.

Evidence of an LAPD Cover-up in the Biggie Smalls Murder.
Is this why they leaked the confession letter?
It is time for Tupac and Biggie Fans to begin asking questions.

Evidence of LAPD involvement in Tupac & Biggie Murder.
Evidence of cover-up.
Is this why LAPD leaked the confession letter?
It has been nearly 20 years - PLEASE COME CLEAN.

Evidence of LAPD involvement in Tupac & Biggie Murder.
Evidence of cover-up.
Is this why LAPD leaked the confession letter?
It has been nearly 20 years - PLEASE COME CLEAN.

Why did the tapes disappear? Why was Russell denied?
Evidence of LAPD involvement in Tupac & Biggie Murder.
Evidence of cover-up.
Is this why LAPD leaked the confession letter?
It has been nearly 20 years - PLEASE COME CLEAN.

Police participated in Drug Deals monitored police frequencies and taught police
tactics for various criminal activities of Death Row Records. 

Greg Kading tied to Reggie Wright Jr. official suspect in Biggie Smalls Murder as
well as the person named in the Confession Letter. Kading was the first person to reference the
confession letter on the Internet and is the former partner of Daryn Dupree who was present
when the letter was handed to LAPD. Internal Affairs commences investigation into leak
Internal Affairs investigation CF NO. 14-001995 
Greg Kading tied to Reggie Wright Jr. official suspect in Biggie Smalls Murder as
well as the person named in the Confession Letter. Kading was the first person to reference the
confession letter on the Internet and is the former partner of Daryn Dupree who was present
when the letter was handed to LAPD. Internal Affairs commences investigation into leak
Internal Affairs investigation CF NO. 14-001995 

Judge Stephan Wilson weighs in on Greg Kading's behavior in the George Torres-Ramos Case.

Reggie Wright Deposition about the Glock .40 Hackie said was used to kill Tupac.

Reggie Wright Deposition about the Glock .40 Hackie said was used to kill Tupac.

Reggie Wright Deposition about the Glock .40 Hackie said was used to kill Tupac.

Reggie Wright Deposition about the Glock .40 Hackie said was used to kill Tupac.

Reggie Wright Deposition about the Glock .40 Hackie said was used to kill Tupac.

This is a copy of the confession letter given to me by Fox 11 Journalist Chris Blatchford. I interviewed
him independently (March 6, 2014) about the origin of the letter. He received the letter in 1998 and a package
was attempted to be delivered to Fox 11 Studios that was refused. That package was alleged to
contain the murder weapon used to kill Tupac Shakur.

This is the second page of the confession letter given to me by journalist Chris Blatchford on March 6, 2014. Blatchford spoke to Malcolm Patton on the telephone and confirmed many details about the Tupac Murder. He contacted Las Vegas Metro Police to provide them with the letter and was told they had no interest in it.