FBI Releases New Details In Notorious B.I.G. Unsolved Murder Case! (Killed With Rare German Armor Piercing Bullets)
Published on April 7, 2011
FBI Releases New Details in Notorious B.I.G. Murder Case... Killed with RARE German Armor-Piercing Bullets
Brooklyn rapper Christopher "Notorious B.I.G." Wallace was murdered outside the Peterson Automotive museum in 1997 with "very rare" metal-piercing German ammunition that could help unlock his 1997 unsolved murder, new files released by the FBI reveal. The so-called 9mm Gecko bullets are sold exclusively at two distributors in the U.S. - one in California and one in New Jersey - the 359-page cold case file released under the Freedom of Information Act says. According to the feds, ammunition also thought to be 9mm Geckos was later found in the residence of rogue Los Angeles Police Department cop David Mack - along with a "shrine" to Tupac Shakur - when Mack was busted for bank robbery shortly after Wallace's death. The FBI scrubbed Mack's name from the paperwork, but his identity is clear based on previously released information about his robbery conviction and the Shakur shrine uncovered in his garage. Also of note, the FBI files also state that: In another twist, the FBI paperwork claims Wallace had connections to New York's Genovese crime family and that NYPD investigators were tailing him in Los Angeles shortly before his murder.