Tupac Shakur Shooter Vehicle Discovered?

One of the most infamous getaway cars in history may be located in California Desert.
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. - July 7, 2014 - PRLog -- One of the most infamous getaway cars in recent history- the notorious "White Car"- believed to be a Cadillac- used by the killers of Rapper Tupac Shakur may have been discovered in a private junk yard in the California desert.  The car has been an enigma to local authorities for almost 18 years, largely because witnesses to the shooting were not able to give an accurate description of the vehicle, say the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police.

Veteran LAPD Detective Russell Poole (Famous for breaking open the LAPD "Rampart Scandal" and solving the murder of Bill Cosby's son Ennis) has collaborated with award winning documentary producer Richard "RJ" Bond ("Tupac Assassination") and "American Federale" author Michael Douglas Carlin on a book  "Tupac:187." "187" examines ever single lead that was presented publicly (and some not public) in the unsolved Shakur Investigation and turns many of the legends about the shooting into exactly that- legend and not fact.

Alternatively "187" (police jargon for murder) takes many of the earliest leads and challenges them from an all new point of view. Surprisingly these challenges lead to some new insight; Was the "White Car" really a Caddy? Witnesses misidentified several other cars that night. Poole and Bond reviewed a "shooter confession letter" which lead them to the location in the California desert- and the discovery of a "white car" that strongly matches the witness descriptions.

This video helps explain the finding and puts the viewer in the witness seat:


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