A LEADING gun crime expert is behind a new probe aimed at solving rap music's biggest mystery - who shot and killed Tupac Shakur?
Respected civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump has launched a full-scale investigation into all the "key theories" surrounding the superstar's notorious murder.
And he has vowed to leave no stone unturned in his hunt for the truth - after being called upon to help find justice by the superstar's late mother Afeni Shakur.
Crump has represented the families of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Tamir Rice and other victims of gun violence who many believe were denied justice by the authorities.
The former gang-banger is the man many suspect was the "trigger man" on the night of the drive-by shooting in Las Vegas.
Detectives Tim Bennan and Robert Ladd insist Crips member Anderson was the killer who opened fire on the star's car in Las Vegas in 1996 in a revenge attack.
Ladd said: "They had all these other theories going on, but it was a really simple gang one-on-one to Tim and I. We believe Orlando Anderson was the one who did it."
However, many of those close to the star do not buy the theory and see the dead Anderson as a "convenient" suspect for the cops.
Crump will also work closely with Mopreme Shakur, Tupac’s brother, over the course of the TV investigation.
Key interviews also include Tupac’s brother Mopreme Shakur, his childhood friend E.D.I. Mean as well as other members of his group Outlawz.
Former gang members of the Bloods and the Crips will also reveal what they know.
“Tupac’s influence on society is still felt today, and the public is still keenly interested in finding out what really happened to him,” Crump said.
“Some truly fascinating discoveries will be revealed each week.”
“Who Killed Tupac?” is a six-hour limited series for the on the A&E Network, focusing on the investigation, twenty years after his death.
Each instalment of this investigative series will include aspects from the legendary artist’s life as well as following Crump as he conducts his probe.