L.A Sheriff’s Dept Transfers Suge Knight Shooting Investigation To Homicide Bureau

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The L.A. County’s Sheriff Department has announced that Suge Knight’s shooting investigation will be transferred to the Homicide Bureau for it is now deemed an attempted murder case.

Although Suge knight refuses to speak to the cops, video surveillance of the shooting will be considered as evidence and the state may bring criminal charges to the shooter.

So What Really Happened?

The verdict is still out on this one. As the story goes, Suge Knight was shot six times at 1Oak night club at a pre-VMA party that was hosted by Chris Brown. The rumors suggest that the shooting may have been gang related. Brown and Suge are said to be blood brothers and that did not go over well with some ‘crips’ that were in attendance at the club.

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Now, some how comedian, Katt Williams name was thrown in the mix because he too was present at the pre VMA party. According to Williams. Suge was protecting the life of another [ie: Brown perhaps]  and thus the reason why police cooperation was not obliged on Knights behalf.

For those of you that are familiar with the street code of ethics SNITCHING [aka telling ANY information about an alleged incident or the main characters that are involved] is not ALLOWED and is  deemed as dishonorable.

Knight is said to be ‘conscious’ at this time. However, his reps are not allowing police to speak with him due to ‘heavy sedation’ which in turns causes Knight to be disoriented.  Other witnesses have also refused to speak to authorities which ultimately means that this incident will be handled on the streets instead.

Stay Tuned PLUM’s!

 

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