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Danger and Deception: Unmasking the Secrets Surrounding Biggie's Tragic Death


Does the Biggie Smalls murder investigation sound familiar to you? Have you been told to simply accept the official narrative and move on? But deep down, you feel a sense of frustration and disappointment, because you know there's more to the story? Don't settle for surface-level explanations that leave you with unanswered questions. It's time to uncover the truth behind this unsolved case and expose the corrupt forces that may have influenced its outcome. Step into the world of true crime with us and gain a deeper understanding of the Biggie Smalls murder investigation, shedding light on the shocking corruption and hidden details that have been kept in the shadows for far too long.


Meet Don Sikorski, a tenacious television producer based in New York City renowned for his fearless pursuit of the truth. With a reputation for unraveling the most baffling mysteries, Don breathes new life into cold cases with his meticulous digging. His latest project has led him into a topic mired in a haze of suspected corruption and cover-up. Parsing through the tangled web of official documents encompassing the Biggie Smalls murder investigation. This odyssey places the spotlight on the enigmatic figure of David Mack, whose full connection to the case remains an open question.


The Rampart scandal was really just a cover-up of a much greater criminality inside the LAPD. - David Mack


It's obvious David Mack has a story to tell, and maybe that story is different from anything that anyone has ever heard about the LAPD, the Rampart scandal, and let's be honest, the homicide of Christopher Wallace. - Don Sikorski





Welcome to Season 2 of The Dossier podcast! FBI Agent Phil Carson has held onto a secret for fifteen years, which will prove for the final time that there was a cover-up of the murder of Hip-Hop Superstar The Notorious B.I.G. by officials at the LAPD. Agent Carson is talking, and journalist Don Sikorski has the FBI Files to prove it. This ground-breaking podcast spans 20 years inside the underbelly of crime in the dark forces of the LAPD that used power and influence to hide the evidence and facts. LAPD Officers orchestrated the murder of Biggie Smalls. The information contained inside The Dossier will shake the foundation of the LAPD and the City of Los Angeles, defining with evidence who shot and killed Biggie, but more importantly why the power players inside Los Angeles covered it up.

In this episode, you will be able to:

  • Uncover the shocking truth behind the Biggie Smalls murder investigation, revealing untold details and hidden connections.

  • Explore the web of corruption within the LAPD and the shocking links between the department and Death Row Records.

  • Get an inside look at the controversial Rampart scandal and its impact on the LAPD's reputation and community trust.

  • Dive deep into the mysterious connection between David Mack, a corrupt LAPD officer involved in a bank robbery, and the Biggie Smalls case.

  • Learn about the dark underbelly of the LAPD and the systemic issues of corruption that plagued the department during this troubling period.

Uncovering the ties between David Mack and Biggie Smalls' murder is a significant element of this episode. Through discussions and examination of FBI documents, we delve deeper into Mack's potential connection to the infamous murder. His willingness to share his story opens the possibility of uncovering new insights about this unsolved crime.


The key moments in this episode are:

00:00:12 - David Mack's Background and Arrest 00:01:47 - Tracking Down Alleged Co-Conspirators 00:04:32 - The Enigma of David Mack 00:06:21 - Engaging David Mack in Conversation 00:17:40 - Meeting Harry Billups and the LAPD 00:18:27 - Mack's Behavior and Reactions 00:19:23 - LAPD Involvement and Russ Poole's Claims 00:20:23 - Phil Carson's Report and Mack's Demeanor 00:22:53 - Negotiating a Deal with Mack






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