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FBI To L.A. Times: Tupac Documents Fake

March 28. 2008

James Sabatino

An inmate in a Miami federal prison, James Sabatino, was exposed by the Smoking Gun web site, as having faked FBI interview documents purporting Sean Combs A/K/A P Diddy, was involved in a shooting several years ago that left rapper Tupac Shakur wounded. Shakur was later killed in a drive by shooting. While, I have not read the Los Angeles Times article Ė just as well, as it turns out it contained questionable documents - they usually donít mess up like this.

Tupac

An FBI agent, Stephen Kodak, stated today, "We have no record of these documents in our system. They don't appear to be legitimate." "They donít appear?Ē Sounds like youíre not sure. However, the mere fact it was posted that the word "during" was spelled incorrectly twice in said documents and considering FBI agents are required to have college degrees, says it probably wasn't one of you (either that or Mueller with his exhaustible knowledge of computers typed it up himself).

FBI Director Robert "Windows 95" Mueller

Regardless, the mere fact they got the FBI to say anything to the press other than their standard, ďWe do not comment on ongoing investigations buzz offĒ is impressive. Dude actually said two whole sentences. That must be a record. In looking at the docs featured on the Smoking Gun web site, they donít look like the standard paperwork that has been released by the FBI and DOJ under the Freedom Of Information Act, and have appeared on sites such as the EFF, who have done excellent work in obtaining pertinent files the Feds donít want the public to see.

FBI Building In Washington, D.C.

Another example of this, are the files, pardon me, the file I obtained from the stingy FBI under the Freedom of Information Act, regarding this case. The Feds' forms follow a certain format, layout and contain their own hieroglyphics, um I mean interoffice codes, and thereís usually a cover letter telling you whatís been released to you in the mailing they've sent and what you can kiss their butt on ever getting out of them.

Tupac, Snoop Dogg and Suge Knight

This is why groups like the EFF and ACLU are always suing the FBI and DOJ to get the files they hide and refuse to give the public, when the Freedom of Information Act says under the law you are entitled to them. History has shown, whenever the FBI/DOJ hides a file in open violation of the FOIA, repeatedly fighting to keep it private from the public, watch out, whatever is in that file is really bad. It's even come up in the presidential election this year on the Democratic side, as this clandestine conduct has proven to be an embarrassment to the law it is openly and brazenly defying. Democrats have been vowing to address the matter.

But back to the subject at hand - the deaths of Christopher Wallace (Notorious B.I.G.) and Tupac Shakur. According to the documentary I reviewed last year, witnesses kept pointing the finger at Suge Kinght in the Biggie murder and a gang member in the Tupac murder. Either way, I donít believe Puffy is saying all he knows and I certainly don't trust him. For somebody that can run his mouth in interviews more than Don King when he is promoting a fight, you sure get awfully quiet when the subject of who killed whom comes up. Those murders still need to be solved and itís amazing that with all that evidence they havenít been. It dishonors their memory.

STORY SOURCE

Big Phat Liar

How a federal inmate duped the Los Angeles Times, fabricated FBI reports, and linked Sean "Diddy" Combs to 1994 ambush of Tupac Shakur. The con man, James Sabatino, 31, has long sought to insinuate himself, after the fact, in a series of important hip-hop events, from Shakur's shooting to the murder of The Notorious B.I.G.. In fact, however, Sabatino was little more than a rap devotee, a wildly impulsive, overweight white kid from Florida whose own father once described him in a letter to a federal judge as "a disturbed young man who needed attention like a drug." Sabatino is pictured in the above mug shot.

In addition to the documents posted on the Times site, a third purported FBI interview report was included by Sabatino in court papers he filed four months ago in U.S. District Court in Miami. But those FBI reports, dubbed "302s" due to the numbered government form on which they are prepared, are nowhere to be found in the bureau's computerized Automated Case Support database, TSG has learned. The ACS system allows investigators to search various bureau indices to determine whether particular individuals, groups, or topics have been referred to in FBI "302" reports or various other bureau documents.

http://www.thesmokinggun.com

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