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The FBI War on Tupac Shakur and Black Leaders: U.S. Intelligence's Murderous Targeting of Tupac, MLK, Malcolm, Panthers, Hendrix, Marley, Rappers and Linked Ethnic Leftists Paperback – October, 2008
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John Potash after two decades of revolutionary research comes up with an FBI organization called COINTELPRO involving several state local,and of course Federal Government police state officials who are named and interviewed in the deaths of Bobby Seale, Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, Robert F. Kennedy, Fred Hampton and many more minority activists. In the 1970's, the so-called "Gansta Rappers", were chased down one by one and attacked, killed or imprisioned by the federal agents of COINTELPRO.
By the end of this small book you are numb to the atrocities of the government and that they "Got Away With Murder". You would think that George W. Bush, who is included in this book, was just following older precedents of spying and torture that already has existed for forty years. John Potash names the men who he thinks killed Tupac Shakur and arrested many of his family. Remember that he includes so many interviews, Freedom of Information, FBI, CIA and other information agencies files, scholarly and underground articles, many publications. I can only conclude that I'm surprised nothing has been printed in the newspapers of his controversial thesis, and no real action has come about. Maybe our new President Barack Obama will try
to bring all these people to justice.
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A must read for all generations!! Order this book and learn the truthPublished 1 month ago by Joy 1996
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