Compton Police reveal killer of Tupac in explosive documentary

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Two Compton police officers who investigated the death of Tupac Shakur have revealed who they believe really killed the rapper.

Tupac was just 25 when he shot in a drive-by near the Las Vegas strip on September 7, 1996.

He had attended the Mike Tyson Vs Bruce Sheldon boxing match earlier that evening after which he was involved in an altercation with Crips gang member Orlando ‘Baby Lane’ Anderson.

He was shot while driving to a nightclub Tupac had his head out of the sunroof of the car and was shot in the chest, pelvis, hand, thigh and lung.  He died in hospital a week later.

The murder remains unsolved but the former Compton police officers, Tim Brennan and Robert Ladd, believe Anderson was the one who pulled the trigger.

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Speaking to journalist Soledad O’Brien and rapper Ice-T for documentary Who Shott Biggie & Tupac, which aired on Fox on Sunday night, Ladd said, “They had all these other theories going on, but it was a really simple gang one-on-one to Tim and me.

“We believe Orlando Anderson was the one who did it.’”

The officers had been investigating Orlando for another murder when the shooting happened, and they had been keeping an eye on him after he tried to shoot someone as part of gang initiation when he was just 15.

They were approached by the Las Vegas Police Department to help solve the case and they revealed that after the shooting informants claimed Anderson was boasting about killing Tupac.

Anderson was killed two years later and in the early 2000s, Brennan had a break in the investigation.

He happened across a 40 calibre Glock gun which had been seized by the Compton Police Department which had been found at the house of a gang member’s girlfriend.  The gang member had been in Vegas at the time of Tupac’s shooting.