Tupac.The Los Angeles Times has responded to former reporter Chuck Philips' demand that the paper take back its retraction of his controversial story about who shot Tupac Shakur in a 1994 New York studio attack widely believed to have been the opening volley in the East Coast-West Coast rap w ... More >>
Chuck Philips, award-winning LA Times journalist, is out of a job.Chuck Philips, once a top reporter for the Los Angeles Times, spent over a decade investigating the murders of West Coast rapper Tupac Shakur and his East Coast rival, the Notorious B.I.G.
But in 2008, when it was revealed tha ... More >>
Tupac ShakurUpdate: The NYPD plans to interview Isaac. Meanwhile, Rosemond's lawyer says the confession is a "flat out lie," told in hopes that the prisoner might be able to "work off his sentence."
Originally posted June 15 at 1 p.m.
A Brooklyn prisoner named Dexter Isaac, currently servin ... More >>
Among the hundreds of responses to this week's debunked LA Times story on the murder of Tupac Shakur, and Sean "P. Diddy" Combs' alleged involvement in it, have been a few fascinating and incendiary allegations. What follows are a few of the most intriguing.
From an anonymous post to the Velvet ... More >>
The amazing Page One Los Angeles Times article today, correcting a probably libelous Times Calendar story published on St. Patrick's Day and written by investigative reporter Chuck Philips, is known in the journalism biz as a “skinback.” I don't know exactly where the term “skinback” origina ... More >>