Released files show FBI suspected JDL of extorting Tupac

The FBI has released files on the murder of Rapper Tupac Shakur in 1996, revealing that the Jewish Defense League (JDL) was suspected of "extorting money from various rap music stars via death threats, including Tupac and another performer, Eazy-E.
In addition, the FBI files allege that the JDF provided "gun-toting body guards" for Eazy-E, who died of AIDS in 1993.
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