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Topic - Christopher Wallace
Police detectives apologized to the family of Notorious B.I.G. for failing to warn them about the planned release of his autopsy report more than 15 years after he died in a drive-by shooting, the Los Angeles Police Department said Saturday.
An attorney for the family of Notorious B.I.G. said Friday it's ridiculous that Los Angeles police have not arrested anyone for the rapper's 1997 killing, which has returned to the spotlight after coroner's officials released a long-sealed autopsy report.
The lawyer for Notorious B.I.G.'s family and widow says it is ridiculous that arrests haven't been made in the rapper's 1997 killing since he's been told that the case has been solved.
Golf has become a guiding light for the Wallace family, helping them repair their lives and get through some very difficult times.
FBI agents on both coasts participated in a nearly two-year investigation aimed at finding out who gunned down the Notorious B.I.G. and whether any Los Angeles police officers were involved, according to recently released records.
Christopher said he lost all hope in 2008 and put a loaded shotgun against his chin as he planned to end the pain once and for all.
Christopher said he learned the game in the military after his injuries as a way to keep him from turning into a depressed, shut-in.