Of The Murders Of Tupac Shakur And Biggie Smalls?

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This essay will be mainly based off the scientific aspect of the murders of Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls. Before I start talking about the muders, I am going to talk about scientific aspects of crimes. For different types of crimes such as: murders, drug deals, accidents, etc., science plays a very important role in all crimes. For crimes such as murder, science is the main thing they have to use to figure out what really happened. This type of science is called forensic science, and this is what the investogators use to figure out: why, where, when, and how the crime took place. The investigators gets evidence from the crime scene, and takes to a labortory and multiple tests on the it. Sometimes science aspects don’t always help solve the …show more content…
Tupac Shakur murder case was very much similar to Biggie Small’s case. A couple months before Biggie was murdered, Tupac Shakur was shot and later on died whil he was in the hospital. Tupac Shakur was leaving a Mike Tyson boxing match, when he got into an violence altercation with another young man named, Orlando Anderson. After that, Suge Knight, Tupac Shakur, and their entourage went to Suge’s house. At about 10:00 p.m. they started to head to the Club 662, where Tupac was supposed to perform, but someone had other plans for them. When they stopped at a red light by three other cars, a fourth car pulled up and opened fire. Out of the thirteen shots that were fired, Tupac was only hit by three and Suge was scraped by one. Tupac had got hit in his chest, his hip, and in his hand, and when he got to the medical they found internal bleeding by his damaged lung. So the doctors had to figure out a way to drain the blood and remove the bad lung. When they removed the bad lung it was still internal bleeding going on, and the doctors didn’t know where it was coming from. After trying to do another surgery to try to stop the internal bleeding, Tupac Shakur body eventually gave up and he died.

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