Friday, January 30, 2015

Suge Knight Wanted For Murder After Deliberately Running Over And Killing A Man Near The Film Set 'Straight Outta Compton'

Marion "Suge" Knight, best known as the violent, former CEO of Death Row Records, who was present when rapper Tupac Skakur was gunned down in the passenger seat of his BMW along the Vegas strip, is in more trouble with the law. Knight is wanted for murder. Knight antagonistically visited the set of the "Straight Outta Compton" movie chronicling the life of the gangster rap group NWA.

Suge Knight

The film includes items regarding the late Ruthless Records CEO, Eazy E, real name Eric Wright, who died of AIDS. In the 1990s, Knight threatened Eazy E with grievous bodily injury and death, if he did not release rapper/producer Dr. Dre from his recording and production contract with Ruthless Records. Dre was released and created Death Row Records with Knight, which lead to terrible acts of violence, in another deal Dre had to flee with nothing, in order to save his life.


Members of NWA and the cast and crew of forthcoming biopic "Straight Outta Compton"

Knight was worried about how he would be portrayed in "Straight Outta Compton." The film set had already been the target of violence last year, after shots rang out during a courthouse scene in Compton, injuring an innocent person. Tragedy has struck again, after Knight got into a confrontation with the film crew yesterday. Shortly after, Knight hopped into his truck and ran over two men, killing one with his vehicle, at a nearby restaurant. Witnesses state Knight deliberately ran over the two men, then backed up over them. Knight then fled the scene and is wanted by police for murder.


NWA in the 1980s
It is not the first time Knight has been accused of murder. He was previously accused of having a police officer murdered in the driveway of the Hollywood Hills mansion he shared with his wife, after they legally separated (and later divorced). Authorities accused Knight of killing the officer for dating his wife. Many blame him for the death of Tupac Shakur, as he walked away from the drive by shooting with a scratch, while his fellow Hollywood "Illuminati" member was hit with several bullets, then taken off life support, succumbing to his injuries.

Tupac Shakur and Suge Knight minutes before the rapper's death

Knight was robbing Tupac, much like he did Dre during that time period. Where Dre walked away without the money and copyrights due to him, after the mogul showed up at his house he shares with his wife and kids, with weapon wielding thugs in tow, Tupac openly protested he wanted the $20,000,000 owed to him. Shortly after, Tupac was killed. The rapper's mother had to sue Knight years later in an effort to recoup the many millions owed to her deceased son.

Knight's bullet riddled BMW after the drive by shooting that left him uninjured and Tupac on life support. Tupac died shortly after from his injuries.

The U.S. government knew of the violent crimes being committed by Knight, ranging from aggravated assault to murder, but only arrested him for tax evasion. In the end Knight lost Death Row, his mansion and much of his cash to the government and lawsuits that forced him into bankruptcy court. Knight has refused to change his violent ways, stemming from his days as a street gang member with the Bloods. The Judiciary Report and its sister sites have written about Knight several times for years, imploring him to change his ways. It's regrettable that his conduct has now resulted in the death of another person.