Friday, February 26, 2016

Could Orlando Anderson Have Been the Murderer of Tupac Shakur?

The recent highly publicized theory that Orlando Anderson and Keefy-D are the shooters of Tupac Shakur and Suge Knight on September 7, 1996  has many fatal flaws. Let's examine some of them.

The theory goes that Orlando Anderson was mad because he got beat down by Tupac and the crew so he contacted his uncle and they rolled in a white Cadillac and shot Tupac and Suge a couple of hours later while the entourage is making their way to Club 662. (Never mind that the fight was staged - see video below.)

Orlando Anderson is escorted away by Reggie Wright Jr. at 8:55 P.M. Tupac was shot at 11:15 P.M. That means that Orlando Anderson must depart from his meeting with Reggie Wright Jr., meet up with his uncle - Keefy-D, find the entourage, and figure out which car Tupac is traveling in, and shoot Tupac Shakur and Suge Knight. Is that even possible on a fight night in Las Vegas?

Two hours and twenty minutes isn't much time to carry all of this out. Just finding his uncle could have taken an hour, and finding Tupac and figuring out which car he was in would be impossible without radios and spotters that require a tremendous amount of planning. According to the theory that has Orlando Anderson pulling the trigger, there was no planning.

Have you ever been on the Vegas Strip in traffic during fight night? The cars are bumper to bumper. The intersection where the hit was carried out was right on the edge of the traffic where the shooters could get away and that implies a high degree of planning. Orlando Anderson being detained by security makes it highly unlikely that he could hook back up with his uncle and the entourage... unless Reggie Wright Jr. helped him hook back up with them. But there are other problems with this even if Orlando had help.

Cathy Scott talks about Orlando Anderson being badly beaten in the scuffle and in no condition to retaliate. Watch the MGM surveillance tape again. How many blows does Anderson sustain? Tupac talked about Tyson landing 50 punches. In about the same amount of time, Orlando Anderson is punched and kicked by multiple people. Was he in any condition to plan a hit with his uncle? Corey Edwards says Orlando seemed OK after the scuffle.

Corey Edwards runs into Orlando Anderson at the bar before news of Tupac being shot had reached them. There were many others there that could verify this including a professional basketball player. That news travelled fast in these circles as everybody in the cars following Tupac had cell phones and they burned up the telephone lines with news of the shooting. So in between the scuffle and the shooting, Orlando Anderson was seen in the bar. Corey Edwards hears later about Tupac being shot.


Orlando Anderson makes the statement that he adjourned to his room. Both of these statements are easily verifiable. Las Vegas has an eye in the sky everywhere... Las Vegas Police verify this easily and have no interest in Orlando Anderson as Tupac's shooter when offered up by the Corrupt Compton Police.

As for the Keefy-D confession obtained in exchange for a proffer deal that was illegally recorded, Keefy-D would have said anything to get out of a potential prison sentence. The confession is coerced as Keefy-D has stated. According to a recently interviewed former Assistant United States Attorney, "FBI Profer deals are never recorded." This would violate the interviewee’s Fifth Amendment Rights. So if the taped recorded interview was indeed recorded it was done so without permission of the Federal Government and in violation of the rights of Keefy-D. Just the type of behavior you would expect from a corrupt cop that was caught altering witness testimony.

Keffy-D has a reputation for making up stories. Darnell Brim was recorded by J. Gollaz and T. Bracia of LAPD as saying about Keefy-D, "He likes to talk a lot. He keeps stuff going; like hearsay stuff. Like when my homeboy Lee got killed he was saying that he saw what happened including that he seen my car driving away from the shooting. He was saying that I was the guy who shot Lee. When he found out that. I was locked down. He changed his story and said that it was someone who looked like me. He keeps a lot of stuff going like girls do. I asked him about it when I got out of jail. He said something like, 'you know what's going on, you don't like us and we don't like you, just keep it like that.'"

Now think of one of the most fatal flaws in this theory: the fact that Michael Moore heard, "got-em" come over Former Compton Cop and head of Death Row Security, Reggie Wright Jr.'s radio that night at the time of the shooting. That means someone was watching and reporting on a radio and that indicates a high degree of planning. That fully refutes the theory that Orlando Anderson pulled the trigger that night.

Compton Police arrested Anderson with the full expectation that he would be charged with the murder of Tupac Shakur. He was offered up to Las Vegas Police but because they knew he wasn't the shooter as his alibi checked out, he was never charged, tried, or convicted of the murder of Tupac Shakur.

You can read more about this in Chaos Merchants and Tupac:187 - Russell Poole's final words on the murders of Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls before his tragic death meeting with Sheriff's about the cases.

Chaos Merchants
By Michael Douglas Carlin and Russell Poole with Foreword by RJ Bond
http://www.amazon.com/Chaos-Merchants-Murders-Shakur-Notorious-ebook/dp/B01A2VYJTO

Tupac:187
By RJ Bond and Michael Douglas Carlin with contribution by Russell Poole
http://www.amazon.com/Tupac-187-Richard-RJ-Bond/dp/0692317848/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8

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