The facts and witness information for the case of B.I.G. Small are as followed, that the shooting were part of an East-Coast versus West-Coast hip hop was, Small was killed in retaliation for the murder of Tupac Shaku, an LAPD officer was involved in the shooting, Poole believed Suge Knight was behind the murder, Poole says Suge Knight order the hit and he believed it was arranged by Reggie Wright Jr., who headed security for Death Row Records, an informant claimed that Notorious Big and his cohort had connections to New York City Genovess crime family, LAPD officer David A. Mack, suspect in the case, allegedly drove an 1995 chevrolet Impala SS with chrome wheels, LAPD accused of corruption several officers was investigated, and FBI with a search warrant enter David Mack house and in the garage and found five 9mm guns, the same type used to kill B.I.G. and Gecko 9mm ammunition also the same type used to murder B.I.G. Small.
The prosecutor have several witnesses to consider for their case for the state; Damion “D-Roc” Bulter, Junior M.A.F.I.A. member Lil’ Cease, Gregory “G-Money” Young, Russell Poole, Psycho Mike, Kevin Hackie, Steven Katz, Rafael Perez and Greg Kading a retired LAPD officer. The defense have a numbers of witnesses to call as well; Death Row’s Suge Knight, Amir MuHammad aka Harry Billups, David Mack’s Marion, Wardell aka Pookie, the Crips, and Theresa Swann. Later in 2005 a story by Chuck Phillips showing the main informant for the Poole/Sullivan theory of Big...
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...lled and all the evidence have been presented the prosecutor and the defense will make there closing statements, beginning with the prosecutor addressing the jury summarizing the case, pointing out important facts, showing the juror the evidence for the last time, refreshing their mind on some of the testimonies, and asking them to evaluate the evidence and the testimony to come back with a verdict of guilty. The defense will start it closing statement by asking the jury to look at the evident, remaining them of what the witness said, pointing out the eye-witness that had the memory loss, why the main driver for Mr. Small was not driving that night, that the prosecutor did not have one witness that actual saw his client at the scene, that the prosecutor only have hearsay and do not have any real evidence, and asking the jury to come back with a verdict of not guilty.
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