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Lena Nozizwe Reporting: Tupac’s Murder Was His Case

19
Jul 2022

Ep 10: Questions 2 | Part 2-Bonus

If you have been listening to the podcast you know that there are some questions that Lena Nozizwe repeatedly asked her guest, retired LVMPD homicide detective Brent Becker, one way or another. Many center around Orlando Anderson.

 

For the first time, Nozizwe gets Becker to reveal the private conversation he had with Anderson some 26 years ago. 

 

 

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24
Jun 2022

Episode 9: Questions 2

You asked about Orlando. Keefe D and so much more.

And once again LVMPD retired homicide detective Brent Becker answers your questions.

Plus, some clapping back to what's been heard on the streets.

 

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16
Jun 2022

Tease: Questions Part 2

Retired Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department homicide detective Brent Becker takes listener questions about everything they can think of---including Orlando, Keefe D and the gun.

 

Coming soon.

26
Oct 2021

Ep 8: Questions

You have been listening from India to Saudi Arabia and from England to Nigeria. Thank you. In this episode, dear listeners, you provide the questions. 
 
 
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Credits

Lena Nozizwe: Creator, Host, Writer, Producer, Composer, Artist

Jen Nathan Orris: Audio Producer, Sound Consultant

Lowell t. Siwundhla: Creative Consultant Emeritus

Clive Kennedy: Announcer  Special Thanks: Anabel Vidrio, Jo Mayer

26
Oct 2021

Ep 7: 25 Years After

So much has happened over the 25 years since the murder of Tupac Shakur in Nevada.

Now retired homicide Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Detective Brent Becker and award-winning journalist Lena Nozizwe take a look at whatever happened to those whose lives intersected with the influential rapper.
 
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Credits

Lena Nozizwe: Creator, Host, Writer, Producer, Composer, Artist

Jen Nathan Orris: Audio Producer, Sound Consultant

Lowell t. Siwundhla: Creative Consultant Emeritus

Clive Kennedy: Announcer  Special Thanks: Anabel Vidrio, Jo Mayer

 
12
Oct 2021

Ep 6: Solved? Unsolved? Unprosecutable?

For the first time now retired Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Detective Brent Becker exclusively tells Lena Nozizwe he knew  

who killed Tupac less than a year into the investigation. 

 

So why no arrest then? Why no arrest 25 years later? 

 

Has the case been solved? Will it ever be solved?

 

Is it even possible for the case to be prosecuted? 

 

Listen now to all of the answers from one of the original investigators of Tupac's murder.

 

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Credits

Lena Nozizwe: Creator, Host, Writer, Producer, Composer, Artist

Jen Nathan Orris: Audio Producer, Sound Consultant

Lowell t. Siwundhla: Creative Consultant Emeritus

Clive Kennedy: Announcer  Special Thanks: Anabel Vidrio, Jo Mayer

5
Oct 2021

Ep 5: Big and Pac

First, The Notorious B.I.G. and Tupac Shakur were good friends.  

 
Then mortal enemies.

 

And in death--simply immortal. 
 
In this episode of "Lena Nozizwe Reporting: Tupac's Murder Was His Case"  now-retired Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Detective Brent Becker discusses the intersection of the murders of Pac and Big intersected. 
 
That includes Becker's interaction with Russell Poole, one of the LAPD detectives who investigated the case. 
 
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Credits

Lena Nozizwe: Creator, Host, Writer, Producer, Composer, Artist

Jen Nathan Orris: Audio Producer, Sound Consultant

Lowell t. Siwundhla: Creative Consultant Emeritus

Clive Kennedy: Announcer  Special Thanks: Anabel Vidrio, Jo Mayer

28
Sep 2021

Ep 4: The Usual Suspect

On the streets, he was known as Lando or Baby Lane. 
Orlando Tive Anderson has also become known as the person most cited as Tupac Shakur's killer.

Why?

Was Anderson a blood-thirsty killer seeking revenge and or paper? Or was he simply at the wrong place at the wrong time?

 

Lena Nozizwe first started asking the investigative team of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department 25 years ago.

 

She digs even deeper now when questioning now-retired LVMPD homicide Detective Brent Becker in this episode of "Lena Nozizwe Reporting: Tupac's Murder Was His Case."
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Credits

Lena Nozizwe: Creator, Host, Writer, Producer, Composer, Artist

Jen Nathan Orris: Audio Producer, Sound Consultant

Lowell t. Siwundhla: Creative Consultant Emeritus

Clive Kennedy: Announcer  Special Thanks: Anabel Vidrio, Jo Mayer

 

21
Sep 2021

Ep 3 Part 2: The Investigation

Orlando Anderson.  The Notorious B.I.G, Suge Knight, Diddy. And there are names you have never heard of before. The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department sifted through a number of clues in the investigating who killed Tupac Shakur.

Brent Becker, one of the original LVMPD homicide detectives on the case walks journalist Lena Nozizwe through the investigation starting with the earliest days.   

 

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21
Sep 2021

Ep 3 Part 1: The Investigation

Much has been said about the investigation of the murder of Tupac Shakur. It's hard to find anything good. What exactly did the Metropolitan Police Department do? For the first time Brent Becker, one of the original investigators on the case, provides a detailed review from the inside. Nothing is off the table in the extensive interview with award-winning journalist Lena Nozizwe.

 

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You asked. Art from the podcast is available here. 

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Credits

Lena Nozizwe: Creator, Host, Writer, Producer, Composer, Artist

Jen Nathan Orris: Audio Producer, Sound Consultant

Lowell t. Siwundhla: Creative Consultant Emeritus

Clive Kennedy: Announcer  Special Thanks: Anabel Vidrio, Jo Mayer

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