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By Cathy Scott

Poet, celebrity, innovative -- Tupac Amaru Shakur was once the most well-liked rapper within the world.No one symbolized the violence on the center of gangsta rap greater than Tupac, and he finally fell sufferer to that violence, gunned down in a drive-by taking pictures in Las Vegas at age 25.

Who did it and why? This uncooked no-holds-barred account discloses new details, together with unique photograph facts, concerning the unsolved homicide of Tupac: the failed research, the rap wars, the killing of Biggie Smalls, the Bloods-Crips connection, and the various attainable reasons resulting in the homicide that rocked the song global.

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For the first two decades, in fact, the attorneys general kept no records of their advisory opinions, partly because they served on a part-time basis without the help of a single assistant. The conflict became more acute in 1870, when, after many decades of debate, Congress approved a law creating the Justice Department, an agency within the executive branch. While the 1870 statute explicitly authorized the attorney general to supervise and control the new department and the already existing federal prosecutors and marshals who became a part of it, the 1789 provision, which obliged the attorney general to also serve as an officer of the court, was left unchanged.

When it comes to prosecuting criminals, the phrase “disposed of” suggests only one outcome: conviction. But in the lingo of the Justice Department, the phrase has many possible meanings. Of the eighteen environmental, consumer and safety matters processed during the test week, for example, six involved alleged criminal violations against employees. S. attorneys declined to prosecute a single one of them, thus totally ignoring the formal recommendations of the Mine Safety and Health Administration.

Thus, from the very beginning, the attorney general was an unusual hybrid with inherently conflicting loyalties. As an officer of the court, the goal was justice. As an adviser to the president, the goal was to advance the interests of the president. At first, this conflict was mostly theoretical, because the 1789 Judiciary Act did not give the attorney general any executive powers, not even the authority to supervise the thirteen federal prosecutors and the cases they were bringing in the different districts.

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