tupac's 'final words revealed by ex-cop' - white gold necklace and earring set
Last sentence before the death of American rapper Tupac Shakur
According to a police officer, he was on the scene and the shot was "dry you ".
Chris Carroll, a former Las Vegas Metropolitan Police officer, filed the charge 18 years after the city's attack.
While Shakur was driving along the street, another car stopped and a gunman inside shot him several times.
Mr. Carroll said that Shaker's oath was to answer the officer's question "Who shot you", where Shaker subsequently lost consciousness and was taken to hospital where he was sentenced to life imprisonment
Six days later, he died at the age of 25.
But his murder is still unresolved.
Carol's bicycle patrol in the city, reportedly the first police officer to arrive at the scene in September 7, 1996.
When he opened the door, he said, blood.
The covered shekel "fell into him" and he pulled him out of the car.
: "I immediately noticed that there was a lot of gold on the guy --
Necklaces and other jewelry
All the gold was covered with blood.
This always leaves an image in my mind.
The officer claimed he had asked the rapper who shot him several times but Tupac did not answer.
Carol said: "I asked over and over again who shot you and he basically ignored me.
"Then I was on his face, in his movements, and suddenly, in the moment of my fingers, saw that he had changed.
He came out of his struggle and did not speak
Cooperation, to things like "I am in peace. Just like that.
He added: "He changed from fighting to 'I can't do it '.
When he made the transition, he looked at me and my eyes.
When I looked at him and said again, "Who shot you? " he looked at me, held his breath and said, he opened his mouth, I thought I would really get some cooperation.
Then the words came out. '**** you'.
After that, he began to growl gling and slip away from consciousness.
At this moment, an ambulance appeared and he lost consciousness.
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