1994 Pac Shooting Full Info (Complete Available)

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 05-21-2012, 12:21 PM         #61
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Good Read..
Pac's k!llin' = Illumanti
He Was Startin' To Expose Em Slowly, N Started Openin' People Eyes.
Pac's k!ller = Today's Government
 6 years ago '07        #62
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 the synthesis said:
Pac had made up his mind about BIG after he avoided him at all costs, he was running around with Pacs enemies, he was rappin about their lives, so BIG automatically became the enemy. Pac couldnt be cool with a dude who's team tried to k!ll him, Pac never could figure out how deep BIG was in it, but he never came to visit him in the pen, their friendship was over. BIG was shook of Hench and Jack, so he let fear conquer him and abandon Pac. It was the same with Stretch, they chose their sides, so Pac said fu*k'em.

Pac only dropped Hit'em Up after BIG went on radio and said 2pac was in NY, and folk took it upon themselves to shoot up DPG trailer, not knowing Pac wasnt in NY. BIG was a sucka for that move and after that no way was Pac gonna ever be cool with him and thats when sh*t went out of control


 MakaveliToDon91 said:
but i thought biggie was the real one out of the two of them, the hard frank lucas hustla from brooklyn?
u actually believe this sh*t
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 TheAwesomeOne said:
Wait or are you saying Chaz shot him?
50 thinks chaz knew what was goin down and didnt say anyhting.preme had him shot for fu*kin wit irv and jah.
 6 years ago '04        #64
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 TheAwesomeOne said:
I get the many men lyrics on 50's shooting, the guy was named Darryl or something like that.


I still don't get the part on pac's shooting unless he's saying that Tut was his k!ller. Who in the fu*k is Tut? Lol or am I listening to this wrong.


I can't really watch the videos as I am on a 3g connection.
I'll clear it up for you. 50 was basically calling Pac a snitch. He's saying when Pac first got shot in '94 the feds didn't know sh*t. Then after Against All Odds came out and Pac starts naming names and getting the police involved, Tut ends up getting indicted. As for who is Tut. Tut was a Brooklyn stick-up dude who robbed and extorted a lot of rappers during the late 80's early to mid 90's. He was apart of the Black Mafia w/ Jack, Jimmy, Issac and others. Biggie's "robbing the train" skit on ready to die was based on Tut's real life train robbery. Dudes like Tut, k!ller Ben and the real 50cent were some of the most infamous black gangsters in Brooklyn history.

Anyway, he was one of the dudes extorting Puffy back then and Pac felt he was involved in the whole setup along w/ Henchmen. Here's part of his story and his own words:
 6 years ago '04        #65
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KING TUT speaks upon Tupac shooting , Puff Daddy and Feds (KING MAGAZINE)




Walter "King Tut" Johnson never thought victory could feel so empty. Just after 9am on Oct 24,1996, Johnson strode into the courthouse at 360 Adams St. in downtown Brooklyn, excited at the prospect of returing home later that day on a not-guilty verdict stemming from a robbery charge.

Though Johnson had a criminal record that one prosecuter dubbed "extraordinary"-his rap sheet included a dramatic holdup of a Jehovah Witness Hall in 1983 , also numerous acquittals in a number of shootings and robberies , including the 1993 attempted murder of a cop in a Brooklyn barbershop.

Johnson attorney had informed him that he'd have a good shot at a not-guilty verdict or even having his case dismissed. But as Johnson passed through the courthouse metal detectors and made his way to the courtroom, he was accosted by a group of men dressed in plain business like attire in the hallway. The men followed Johnson to the courtroom, where moments after the judge announced that he was dismissing the robbery case, the men in business attire promptly stepped forward and slapped handcuffs on him.

The well dressed men happened to be U.S Marshalls and King Tut was on his way to being indicted by the Feds. As he was driven to the U.S District Court in Brooklyn, Johnson started to panic; this was his first run in with the feds and his extensive criminal background made him an easy target.

Johnson's fear of a life behind federal bars increased to near parylisis when the marshals in the car accused him of shooting Tupac Shakur at Quad studios in Times Square New York in 1994 and of having murdered the rapper just six weeks earlier, on Sept 13, 1996.

"I'm screaming at them..like 'You crazy!!- I didn't do either one of them", Johnson remembers sayin. "I didn't k!ll nobody, I didn't k!ll Tupac!"

The agents wasn't buying it, in fact they were so convinced Johnson had k!lled Tupac that they asked to search his truck-which was parked in a garage near the courthouse-in hopes of finding the murder weapon.

When Johnson arrived at U.S District Court later that day, though he was only accused of a series of robberies in Brooklyn. Much to thier chagrin, the federal agents did not find the weapon used in the Quad shooting or Tupac's murder.

King Tut was hit with 12 federal charges stemming from three armed robberies, and not the murder of perhaps the most iconic rapper in hip hop's history, should have come as a profound relief to Johnson. But it didn't-Johnson knew that if hee was convicted, he could be sentenced to life without parole under the "Three Strikes" provisioin of a federal crime bill passed by congress in 1994, which mandated a sentence of life imprisonment for violent three time federal offenders. "That was the worst day of my life" says Johnson speking to KING MAGAZINE from the U.S Penitentary in Lee, Virginia.

The next day, thinigs took an even darker turn. News reports of his indictment quoted an informant whom told investigators that Johnson had called Tupac “a sucker”and bragged about shooting him at Quad, an incident that jumped started the coastal hip hop war of the mid 90’s. The New York daily news quoted the informant as saying that “Tupac was not a real gangster and that he had shot him, to discipline him”.
The feds seem to believe the informants words and the following statement was given to the Daily News by a police spokesperson , “We hope that [king tut] arrest will lead to solving the murder of Tupac Shakur”.

In spite of the fact that no evidence could be produced to solve the murder much less the shooting of Tupac in N.Y, the Daily News ran with the story under the headline: “FEDS VOW TO BURY KING TUT”.

Walter Johnson-stick up kid, alleged k!ller of tupac, has the most regal of street names, born to a brooklyn -under humble conditions. During the mid 70’s, Johnson and his friends attended hip hop block parties uptown , by the dawn of the 80’s , Johnson was drawn to the sinister side of the streets.

During this time period of the pre-guliani era, one could easily earn his stripes on the street by arming himself with a pistol and wearing a ski-mask. It was this part of street life, which Johnson relished as he commited strings of armed robberies and various street heists with ease.
“I was very angry, or you could say disturbed”, Johnson explains..”By allowing yourself to be manipulated by into situations that will affect you for your entire life, will result in lifetime reprucussions.”

Johnson’s rep became cemented in stone in 1979, when he was picked up on a charge relating to a sting of unsolved robberies. “When my mother came to get me from the precint, the police asked her..”What other name he goes by besides Walter Johnson?..she responded “Tut is his nickname”..the superior officer replied ..”King Tut?”, my mother said..”No , that is not his name”..the officer responded..”Yeah I think his name will be KING TUT..cause he’s from the county of Kings.”

With an alias given to him by an officer, King Tut lived up to his title as his “get money” schemes grew more outrageous and more frequency. On August 8, 1983, Tut robbed 6 passengers on a Queens to Brooklyn bus; a week later the hold up of a subway car full of passengers in downtown Brooklyn was attributed to Tut as well, and little more than a month later, on Sept 12th, he executed the robbery of more than 300 members of a Jehovah Witness Hall. Yet inspite of his healthy criminal spree, Tut virtually remained “untouched” with the exception foa 2 to 6 year jail sentence , in which he would eventually be parolled after just 3 years.

But in January or 1993, tut’s luck with the law would come into an abrubt end. At a Brooklyn barbershop, King Tut shot a plainsclothes officer in full crowd view with Tut’s five year old son accompanying him, the officer named Richard Aviles was partially paralyzed from the waist down, Johnson says that him and his son was ambushed by Aviles without provocation and never identified himself as a cop.

"He was dressed like a thug" , Johnson recalls, with his voice trailing off.."and he produced a weapon , ran up behind my son ..and right then all hell broke loose!".

In spite of the broad daylight violence and life threatening injuries of the officer, a Brooklyn jury found Johnson not guilty of the crime of attempted murder, and this profoundly upset the NYPD. After serving a year for a minor armed robbery charge, King Tut vowed to his family and friends that he would leave the streets for good , as well as salvaging what little freedom he gained after surviving a firef!ght with an officer as well as beating prosecution.

To achieve his goal , King Tut like many of his street peers sought entry into the lucrative rap industry, which at the time was capitalizing off the ‘gangsta’ lifestyle in the form of “thuggary” via Tupac and big money “dons” such as Biggie.

It just so happen that King Tut would set up a meeting with one of the biggest advocates of this form of entertainment, Sean “Puffy” Combs, “I explained to Puffy that I can be very beneficial to you, you don’t even have to give me money, I have income coming in, I just need your insight”, Puff was like..”Yo I heard alot of bad things about you man, I don’t know”, Puff was told by many that I was not to be trusted and can do nothing but harm.” As the meeting was coming to a conclusion, with nothing productive seeming to come out of it, Tut made this plea..”Look if you don’t want to deal with me based on what I did to you or some people a.ssociated with you, I can respect that”..but to not deal with me just ‘based on what others might have said to you, just ain’t right!”

Puff finally was convinced, and agreed to mentor King Tut in the complexities of doing business in the hip hop world, by just following his directives. Walter “King Tut” Johnson really wanted to follow Puff’s demands, but Tut had plans of his own according to rivals of Bad Boy as well as the Feds.

Once Tupac Shakur fingerpointed King Tut and Brooklyn based manager Jimmy Rosemond in his shooting at Quad, Johnson became a certified suspect. Johnson says “Pac fingered me in the shooting, based on what people told Pac, Johnson refuses to reveal whom, all he says is that people on Rikers and the streets said it was “Tut from Cypress.” The notion that Tut was the triggerman made perfect sense to Tupac , because of an east coast cabal consisting of Puffy, Haitian Jack, Biggie and Jimmy “Henchmen” Rosemond seemed capable of conducting the attack. “Because of my a.ssociation with Puff Combs and Bad Boy”, Johnson says. For his part Henchmen denies any involvement.

When Shakur was later murdered in 1996, Tut’s name came up once again, he became a logical suspect which led to that fateful day that the marshals picked him up in a Brooklyn courtroom. Not able to present any credible evidence of Tut’s involvement in Tupac’s shooting as well as murder, the Feds alleged that he had commited three robberies back to back in 1996 against the girlfriend of a Brooklyn dope kingpin. Even though their were numerous loopholes in the robbery cases, and the fact that these robbery charges should have never gotten pass the state jurisdiction level, it raises the question:

Why were the Feds so infatuated with Tut’s alleged robbery sprees?, federal law enforcement denied comment, but Tut offers this explanation, the indictment on the robbery charges were meant to pressure Tut into directly fingering Puff Daddy in Tupac’s a.ssault and eventual murder. But instead Walter “Tut” Johnson did not cooperate with the Feds in any investigation involving Puff Daddy.

It is likely that as a result of resisting pressure from the Feds by refusing to comply with the Feds demands, Walter “Tut’ Johnson was the first New York resident to be sentenced with life without parole under the newly written “Three Strikes’ provision.

Although it has been a decade since Tupac’s murder and nine years since Tut’s federal indictment, the ghosts of both events still haunt Johnson and Hip Hhop as a whole. TUPAC’S controversial take on the matter “Against All Odds” off the Makavelli L.P includes the line: “Gun shots to Tut, now you stuck!” and 50 CENT kept tut’s name in the game with the verse on “MANY MEN”: “Feds ain’t no jack when Pac got shot, I got a kite from the pen saying Tut got knocked.”

Johnson is now currently serving his life sentence in Jonesville , Va and he confirms to KING that as both New York Magazine and Newsweek have speculated that he is at the center of a renewed investigation by the U.S ATTORNEY’s office in New York regarding the shooting as well as slaying of Tupac Shakur. Johnson says that in the spring of 2005, he was moved by the Feds from Jonesville prison to the Metropolitan Corrctional Center (MCC) in downtown Manhattan next to a cell containing Jacques “Haitian Jack” Agnant for intense questioning.

Johnson says that in spite of that he is working with tupac’s father , Mutulu Shakur and Shakur’s private investigator Watani Tyehembia in their own investigation of the murder of Tupac shakur, Tyehembia confirms that Tut has cooperated.

King Tut isn’t surprised why many of Tupac’s fans are wary of his motives in helping to solve the murder of Tupac, “I can understand why pac fans would not like me and I respect their loyalty to him”…”But I want them to know I definitely had nothing to with his attempted murder nor his a.ssassination, it is very important that they know that this situation is MORE COMPLICATED THAN THEY WOULD EVER BELIEVE, if you look at this case you will find numerous lies , inconsisticies and more importantly cover-ups and smoke screens!”

“If i’m wrong prosecute me to the fullest degree, but if I’m innocent let me go, even though i was a bad guy in my younger years, i didn't do this, and i don't deserve to be here for this!"
 05-21-2012, 01:25 PM         #66
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 lifeundthescope said:
Waittt say what?? When did Floyd address Puffy on the Big/Pac situation? Explain!!!

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he also said something similar in another interview
 05-21-2012, 01:41 PM         #67
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 TheAwesomeOne said:
I get the many men lyrics on 50's shooting, the guy was named Darryl or something like that.


I still don't get the part on pac's shooting unless he's saying that Tut was his k!ller. Who in the fu*k is Tut? Lol or am I listening to this wrong.


I can't really watch the videos as I am on a 3g connection.
King Tut was a stick up kid from BK who rolled with Hench. He wanted to get into the music business, so he introduced himself to Puff in 1995 (thats what he says) and was rolling with Badboy trying to pick up music game.

Pac thought he was the one who shot him or was there, thats what people in the pen told him. Tut was supposedly bragging

When Pac died, Tut said he had nothing to do with it and even went and spoke to Pacs uncle, saying he was willing to help bring the truth to light. Tut claims that Jack put word on the street that he had shot Pac because Jack and Tut never liked each other so it was his way or getting back at Tut and framing him. Tut also claims that Jack committed robberies murders in the early 90's and he ended up taking the blame for them. Tut and Jack were both snitching on each other some years later when they were locked up together

its in the book written by investigator Ethan Brown and he talks to the fonder of the hip hop police and who Hatian Jack was a informant for. Jack was the first hip hop informant. He shows actual evidence and police statements, and real interviews, none of that fabricated sh*t.


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I'll read this when I got a week off from work and school
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 the synthesis said:
Pac had made up his mind about BIG after he avoided him at all costs, he was running around with Pacs enemies, he was rappin about their lives, so BIG automatically became the enemy. Pac couldnt be cool with a dude who's team tried to k!ll him, Pac never could figure out how deep BIG was in it, but he never came to visit him in the pen, their friendship was over. BIG was shook of Hench and Jack, so he let fear conquer him and abandon Pac. It was the same with Stretch, they chose their sides, so Pac said fu*k'em.

Pac only dropped Hit'em Up after BIG went on radio and said 2pac was in NY, and folk took it upon themselves to shoot up DPG trailer, not knowing Pac wasnt in NY. BIG was a sucka for that move and after that no way was Pac gonna ever be cool with him and thats when sh*t went out of control
thats what im trippin off of...if BIG was so cool with Pac like they were boys before all this went down...why he didnt reach out to him? like just fu*kin call him and talk to him, or see him in jail? Pac cant do sh*t behind bars...just fu*kin strange!
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 3rdcoasta said:
thats what im trippin off of...if BIG was so cool with Pac like they were boys before all this went down...why he didnt reach out to him? like just fu*kin call him and talk to him, or see him in jail? Pac cant do sh*t behind bars...just fu*kin strange!
He tried, Puff told him to stay away.

But here's a better question: If you think your homeboy was down w/ a plot to set you up, that almost got you k!lled, do you go check him and find out what's the deal, or do you make a bunch of songs/videos about it and turn the whole thing into a soap opera?
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 3rdcoasta said:
thats what im trippin off of...if BIG was so cool with Pac like they were boys before all this went down...why he didnt reach out to him? like just fu*kin call him and talk to him, or see him in jail? Pac cant do sh*t behind bars...just fu*kin strange!
Nobody knows why BIG didnt reach out. Realistically if you put yourself in his position it was probably because he was scared and stuck in a situation. I don't think Hench or Jack would have taken it kindly if BIG were talking to Pac. BIG was just a rapper who had been thrust in the world of gangstas and extortion, he just rolled with it, especially after he saw what happened to Pac at the studio.

Pac went at Badboy because they were Hench and Jacks moneymakers. I.e "I'll destroy everything you touch" -Pac

BIG was Jacks mouthpiece, cuz Jack and them aint rap, so they used BIG to fire shots at Pac on records...kind of how Suge used Pac to get at Diddy
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