|More Allegations in Rap Artist Biggie Lawsuit|
|Written by Westside ID1616|
|Thursday, 30 June 2005 23:48|
So far the allegations and theories in the wrongful death lawsuit of late hip-hop rap artist Notorious B.I.G. have been a nice stretch of the imagination if nothing else.
Evidence is one thing that seems to be lacking in this federal trial.
The LA Times now has an article that says that former Los Angeles police officer David A. Mack, who fits into the theory as the rouge police officer who arranging the murder of the late rapper, is now speaking on the actions of the Wallace family lawyers.
According to David Mack the late rap artist family lawyers offered him financial inducements to help them win their case.
Of course the lawyers for the Wallace family call the allegations groundless, but so are most of their allegations in this case.
David Mack, Suge Knight, Tupac Shakur, Death Row Records, Piru Bloods Notorious B.I.G. are all good characters to add if this was a soap opera or a book, but this is court and there is a need to provide evidence what you are asking others to believe.
As this trial continues it seems that maybe this is a case where a ‘settlement’ is not the real end but maybe a grab the loot and run type mentality is in action here; a win the lottery type mentality.
For a case that says it wants "to keep the suit focused on the civil rights claims against the LAPD," it appears other individuals civil rights are being trampled along the way. What about a persons right to be innocent until proven guilty, or is the insult of being accused of something illegal in public without any evidence slander?
Is this the east coast trying for revenge against the west coast? Come out west get some cash and dirty every ones name up and then go back home?
This trial is getting stranger by the moment. The plot thickens but the evidence is yet to be provided. The FBI could find no evidence to back up these claims and it is hard to understand why this ‘trial’ has even got in the court room let alone this far.
Read Chuck Philips article in the LA Times HERE and see the other side of the allegations.