2Pac murder Weapon Was Recovered, But Now Mysteriously Disappeared
The thing is complicated...
Los Angeles, CA – the Producers of the a&E show Who Killed Tupac? discovered a police document while working on the show, which revealed that the weapon used for the murder of Tupac Shakur was discovered 19 years ago. According to TMZ, the .40-caliber Glock was found in a Compton, California, backyard patio, but it is currently of unknown whereabouts.
In 1998, a Compton resident found in the backyard of his home and immediately delivered to the police department of Compton. Two years later, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department confiscated 3,800 firearms, including the Glock, when they took over the Compton P. D.
Then, the Deputy T. Brennan, who was working The Notorious B. I. G.'s murder in 2006, it recognized an address in the police of the documents that match the address of a known Crip member of the wedding, the same place where the firearm was found.
The unidentified member of the band was one of the Hip Hop legend's adversaries, so that Brennan ordered a ballistic test. It proved the gun was the same one used to fatally wound the All Eyez On Me creator of September 7, 1996, in Las Vegas.
A federal prosecutor assigned to the case, according to reports, it is recommended that the gun should not be handed over to the Las Vegas Police Department, even though it was initially the handling of the case. When Mopreme Shakur, Pac's brother, learned that the weapon was found in '98, said civil rights attorney and the producer of the program, Benjamin Crump, he had no idea.
A&E contacted with the LVPD and we were told by the officers that the gun was never delivered to his department, but other officials said they were not sure. From now on, it is still a mystery as to where the gun is.
The final episode of Who Killed Tupac? it airs on Tuesday (December 19).