Former Death Row security guard Kevin Hackie admitted that he was an FBI agent and not an informant during his years with Death Row. Kevin Hackie says that there will definitely be an arrest in both the deaths of Tupac and B.I.G.
After well over a decade of silence, former security guard for Death Row, Kevin Hackie, has revealed that he was infact an undercover FBI agency during his time at the label. Hackie's admission comes after previous reports stated that he had been an informant for the FBI. News that Hackie was actually an agent as opposed to an informant (aka snitch) for the FBI came last Tuesday, October 16 during a panel discussion that followed a screening of the new movie, [I]Tupac: Assassination, Conspiracy or Revenge?[/I] Hackie worked as a security guard for the label from 1992 to 1996 during the prime years of Tupac Shakur at the Death Row label.
According to Hackie, arrest will be made in the Tupac Shakur murder investigation. The news surprised several of the discussion's attendees including the LAPD officer who made the comments that sparked Hackie's earlier admission. Shakur was shot on September 6, 1996 in a drive-by shooting and died a week later. Hackie boldly admitted that arrests will be made for Shakur's murder as well as for the one of Notorious B.I.G. who was shot and killed in Los Angeles in March of 1997, many believe in retaliation to Shakur's shootings. During the initial court proceedings, Hackie alleged to have had