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Twenty-five years ago Lena Nozizwe scored a number of exclusives in covering the murder of Tupac Shakur. Twenty-five years later more exclusives to come via her series of interviews with one of the original Las Vegas Metro investigators of Tupac’s murder.

Lena Nozizwe Reporting: Tupac's Murder Was His Case Lena Nozizwe

    • True Crime
    • 3.9 • 12 Ratings

Twenty-five years ago Lena Nozizwe scored a number of exclusives in covering the murder of Tupac Shakur. Twenty-five years later more exclusives to come via her series of interviews with one of the original Las Vegas Metro investigators of Tupac’s murder.

    Tease TMWHC: Source Hearing

    Tease TMWHC: Source Hearing

    Goodfellas Bail Bonds founder Gino "Forgetaboutit" Caruso says Keffe D will have a few hoops to jump through before he can get out on bail.
    Caruso says that will include a lot of collateral, especially if the bail stays set at $750,000.
    And the judge will want to know exactly where the money came from. 
     
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    • 38 sec
    TMWHC Tease: The Meaning of $750,000

    TMWHC Tease: The Meaning of $750,000

    What's it going to take for Keffe D to get out of Clark County Jail now that the judge overseeing the case of the man accused of killing Tupac Shakur set a $750,000 bail?
    Lena Nozizwe interviews veteran bail bondsman Gino "Forgetaboutit" Caruso---the owner of Goodfellas Bail Bonds.
     
    His answers may surprise you.
     
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    • 30 sec
    $750,000 Bail

    $750,000 Bail

    In this special edition episode of Tupac's Murder Was His Case veteran bail bondsman Gino "Forgetaboutit" Caruso provides his insight about the ruling today that the man accused of killing Tupac Shakur can get out of jail if he stays at home and coughs up $750,000.
     
    The owner of Goodfellas Bail Bonds talks about the significance of the amount of bail for Keffe D. 
    And how it compares to other murder cases in Clark County. 
     
    One of the original LVMPD l detectives on the case, Brent Becker, also provides host Lena Nozizwe with his take on today's ruling. 
     

    • 36 min
    More Questions Part 2

    More Questions Part 2

    Retired LVMPD homicide detective Brent Becker answers more listener questions in this episode of Lena Nozizwe Reporting: Tupac's Murder Was His Case.
    Note: This episode was recorded early in December before Keffe D's alleged threats against witnesses and before his public defenders asked for him to be let out on bail. 
     
    Keffe D's next court appearance is scheduled for January 2, 2024.
     

    • 1 hr 17 min
    More Questions Part 1

    More Questions Part 1

    For the first time since the arrest of Keffe D retired LVMPD detective Brent Becker answers listener questions.
     
    Award-winning journalist Lena Nozizwe also revisits questions she has about "the confession." LVMPD detective Clifford Mogg told the grand jury earlier this year the recording had not been turned over to the actual investigators of Tupac's murder. 
     
    Note: this episode was recorded on December 11, 2023.
     
     
     
     

    • 1 hr 8 min
    The Transcripts Part 2

    The Transcripts Part 2

    Retired LVMPD homicide detective Brent Becker was one of three original detectives to investigate the murder of Tupac Shakur in 1996.
     
    In 2023 newly retired LVMPD homicide detective Cliff Mogg helped bring the case of his murder to the Clark County District Attorney's office.
     
    In this episode a look at Brent's take on where the investigation has gone since he took on the case.
     
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    For more information go to Lena Nozizwe Reporting: Tupac's Murder Was His Case - podcast (tupacmurderpodcast.com)
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    • 44 min

Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

Googlehome fanatic ,

Happy I found it

Presented in such a good way - no bling or shine, just facts.

LakersGirl24Forever ,

Great Informational Pod

I am a diehard Tupac fan & I love to learn everything I can about him. For years i have strayed away from learning about his death because it simply breaks my heart that he is no longer here. But i want to say this podcast is super good. Although; he won’t say who committed the murder of Tupac Shakur he gives lots of context clues to who it might’ve been. I dont understand why people are giving this 1 star. Lena is a great host & has great passion for this as well. I’d highly recommend this to any big Tupac fan.

Just The Facts Now! ,

Meant to be factual not sensational

There are a legion of folks who have made Tupac’s death a cottage industry. Some just make things up.Some take home work product.Some never listened to a Tupac song before turning the seminal rapper’a death into a profit center. This podcast is simply I search of facts.If you want made up stuff look elsewhere.

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