Bodyguard says he was FBI undercover@LA Screening of New Tupac film-DVD drops Tue


Los Angeles, CA–Wednesday, October 17, 2007–The new documentary film Tupac: Assassination – Conspiracy or Revenge? in stores Tuesday, October 23, is controversial enough with the shocking allegations that surface in the DVD, but during the Q & A that followed the pre-release media screening of the movie in Los Angeles last Thursday, the audience was stunned to hear ex Death Row bodyguard Kevin Hackie calmly state that he was an undercover FBI Agent during his employment at Death Row from 1992 to 1996!

Hackie, who also said that “An arrest will be made in this case,” made his comments to an already anxious and restless crowd of close to one hundred people who peppered the panel with questions. Hackie joined the film makers, R. J. Bond and ex Tupac bodyguard Frank “Big Frank” Alexander on the panel for the Q & A after taking issue with an LAPD detective who was in the audience defending the department’s handling of the case, which had serious L.A. implications even though Tupac was killed in Las Vegas. More can be heard from Hackie on an upcoming bonus feature on the DVD.

The murder of Tupac has been a compelling whodunit and why? for 11 years, but with Hackie’s revelation the plot only thickens.

As it is, the new DVD Tupac Assassination already lays out the entire murder conspiracy plot surrounding the� murder of the best selling Hip Hop artist of all time. This eye-opening documentary points out all of the failures of law enforcement officials to fully investigate, follow up on leads and interview key parties involved in this tragic event. Now that the DVD will be available, the smoke and confusion caused by unsubstantiated rumors, myopic myths and urban legends will dissipate and a clear picture will appear from the confusion.

Tupac Assassination is a Bond-Age Films and Step-N-Up Enterprises production distributed by Eyecon/Fontana, a division of Universal Music Group Distribution.� The film was written and directed by R. J. Bond and Executive Produced by Bond and Frank “Big Frank” Alexander, Tupac’s former bodyguard. is the official website of the film. The DVD will be in stores on Tuesday, October 23, 2007.