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Thursday, 7 July 2011

shooting death of rapper Christopher Wallace, a.k.a. Notorious B.I.G., is one of the world's most famous unsolved murders. Now, a man named Clayton Hill has confessed to knowing who shot Wallace.

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Inmate Clayton Hill says he knows who killed rapper. He says he knows because he was an accessory after the fact. In an interview with, Hill even produced the name of the man he said killed the famed rapper -- Dawoud Muhammad.

Hill said it was Muhammad that he met at a bus station in Atlanta. And it was from Muhammad that he received the firearm that supposedly had been used to kill the rapper.

"[Dawoud Muhammad] stated to me that he was on the run for the murder [of The Notorious B.I.G.]," Hill told "He disclosed that he was the shooter of The Notorious B.I.G. because he (Dawoud) was a former Blood gang member and was paid to do so."

Hill said he was under orders to obtain a package from Muhammad. The exchange took place with Muhammad depositing a handgun that Hill said looked like .9 millimeter or a .40 calibre pistol wrapped in a white t-shirt into a trash bag.

This is the story that Hill not only related to but in his new e-book, Diary of an Ex-Terrorist, as well. The book documents his life while a member of the Nation of Islam. And part of that life, at least according to Hill, was helping dispose of the murder weapon used on Notorious B.I.G.

Christopher "Notorious B.I.G." Wallace was gunned down after leaving a party on March 9, 1997, in Los Angeles. Lore has it that he was shot in an attempt at revenge for the life of rapper Tupac Shakur, who had been shot and killed six months previously in Las Vegas. Both deaths were said to be connected with an east coast-west coast gang turf war. But lore and suspicions aside, both homicides remain unsolved -- even after Hill's confession.

Investigating officer and former LAPD Detective Russell Poole believed that the death of Notorious B.I.G. was the result of an LAPD police officer and a man named Amir Muhammad carrying out the orders of Death Row Records founder Suge Knight. Poole retired from the police force in 1999 because he felt his investigation was being purposely blocked by officers on the force whose loyalty rested with the rap community instead of with the LAPD. David Mack, the police officer suspected of helping carry out the murder of Notorious B.I.G., was sent to prison a few months after the murder for bank robbery.

Oddly enough, an inmate serving life in prison recently told that he was complicit in the shooting robbery of Tupac Shakur in 1994. Dexter Isaac said that he wanted to clear his conscience and set the record straight, stating that he had been paid to shoot Shakur by record producer James "Jimmy Henchman" Rosemond. Isaac came forward on what would have been Tupac Shakur's 40th birthday.

Rosemond's attorney denied Isaac's allegations.

As for the validity of Clayton Hill's statements, asked if he had identified Dawoud Muhammad as Amir Muhammad through photos. Hill said that he could not say for certain that they were the same person, which hurt his credibility in the eyes of investigators and court usability.

Also problematic might be explaining why a man hired to shoot another man would travel from Los Angeles to Atlanta to get rid of a murder weapon. Or why Hill waited until his e-book was about to be published before going public with his story.

Clayton Hill is currently serving time for Conspiracy to Defraud the United States and Identity Theft.


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