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Re: SUGE KNIGHT GETS 28 YEAR SENTENCE
« Reply #25 on: October 14, 2018, 12:52:45 AM »
Iím not condoning what Suge done but I can understand it.

Should he get a shorter sentence because you pity him?
 

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Re: SUGE KNIGHT GETS 28 YEAR SENTENCE
« Reply #26 on: October 14, 2018, 01:25:36 AM »
Iím not condoning what Suge done but I can understand it.

Should he get a shorter sentence because you pity him?

if it wasnít for the priors he coulda easily got off on a non-guilty verdict
 

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Re: SUGE KNIGHT GETS 28 YEAR SENTENCE
« Reply #27 on: October 14, 2018, 02:36:21 AM »
Iím not condoning what Suge done but I can understand it.

Should he get a shorter sentence because you pity him?

if it wasnít for the priors he coulda easily got off on a non-guilty verdict

But should he have gotten off? The judge didn't sentence him for no reason, you know.
 

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Re: SUGE KNIGHT GETS 28 YEAR SENTENCE
« Reply #28 on: October 14, 2018, 05:45:30 AM »
Iím not condoning what Suge done but I can understand it.

Should he get a shorter sentence because you pity him?

if it wasnít for the priors he coulda easily got off on a non-guilty verdict

But should he have gotten off? The judge didn't sentence him for no reason, you know.

The judge sentenced him for driving (over someone) whilst Suge. Kinda like how Lou Gehrigs got Lou Gehrig's disease

 

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Re: SUGE KNIGHT GETS 28 YEAR SENTENCE
« Reply #29 on: October 14, 2018, 06:35:08 AM »
Iím not condoning what Suge done but I can understand it.

Should he get a shorter sentence because you pity him?

if it wasnít for the priors he coulda easily got off on a non-guilty verdict

But should he have gotten off? The judge didn't sentence him for no reason, you know.

should he is a matter of opinion


if you believe people should be punished due to previous behavior ala the american court system, then no

if you believe in taking things at a case by case basis, he was under duress and plausibly coulda felt that his life was threatened, so that could easily fall under self-defense


the judge sentenced him because he plead guilty and his sentence was absolutely based on suges priors
 

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Re: SUGE KNIGHT GETS 28 YEAR SENTENCE
« Reply #30 on: October 15, 2018, 02:37:14 AM »
Not because of pity but because of evidence. Was there any in depth investigative work done? If I was a family member of Terry Carters, Iíd be wanting to know who exactly invited Suge down there. Suge shoulders some blame as does the other individual(s)

In US law that is called Incitement; whereby one encourages another to commit a crime. Not to mention entrapment. Now Iím not saying it was a honey trap because Sloan obviously didnít know about the CCTV and he, like Suge should be equally angered towards whoever set Suge up and used Sloan as an indespensible ex gang member whoíd take the fall
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Re: SUGE KNIGHT GETS 28 YEAR SENTENCE
« Reply #31 on: October 15, 2018, 08:23:13 AM »
Not because of pity but because of evidence. Was there any in depth investigative work done? If I was a family member of Terry Carters, Iíd be wanting to know who exactly invited Suge down there. Suge shoulders some blame as does the other individual(s)

In US law that is called Incitement; whereby one encourages another to commit a crime. Not to mention entrapment. Now Iím not saying it was a honey trap because Sloan obviously didnít know about the CCTV and he, like Suge should be equally angered towards whoever set Suge up and used Sloan as an indespensible ex gang member whoíd take the fall

dre set it up
 

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Re: SUGE KNIGHT GETS 28 YEAR SENTENCE
« Reply #32 on: October 19, 2018, 11:16:28 AM »
Perhaps someone in Dr Dreís circle. I know he has always avoided anything closely related to violence, couldnít even show to Snoops trial
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Re: SUGE KNIGHT GETS 28 YEAR SENTENCE
« Reply #33 on: October 19, 2018, 05:38:24 PM »
Perhaps someone in Dr Dreís circle. I know he has always avoided anything closely related to violence, couldnít even show to Snoops trial

this is a lie about dre .. dre was one of the more violent people in the early death row days
 

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Re: SUGE KNIGHT GETS 28 YEAR SENTENCE
« Reply #34 on: October 19, 2018, 07:09:24 PM »
That has to be the longest V2DHeart has ever posted consecutively without mentioning Crooked I's unreleased material  ;D ;D But no, seriously Victor, we need that tape out  8)
 

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Re: SUGE KNIGHT GETS 28 YEAR SENTENCE
« Reply #35 on: October 22, 2018, 01:04:13 PM »
Not because of pity but because of evidence. Was there any in depth investigative work done? If I was a family member of Terry Carters, Iíd be wanting to know who exactly invited Suge down there. Suge shoulders some blame as does the other individual(s)

In US law that is called Incitement; whereby one encourages another to commit a crime. Not to mention entrapment. Now Iím not saying it was a honey trap because Sloan obviously didnít know about the CCTV and he, like Suge should be equally angered towards whoever set Suge up and used Sloan as an indespensible ex gang member whoíd take the fall

dre set it up
A priest set your tail up
 

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Re: SUGE KNIGHT GETS 28 YEAR SENTENCE
« Reply #36 on: October 22, 2018, 01:05:49 PM »
Some on here who hate on Suge for the wrong reasons, donít let the media paint the picture. He got a lot of artists including Dr Dre out of terrible deals but more worryingly he was a black man who owned his own masters and was attempting to unionise rap, that is and was the main issue they had with Suge. A lot of rappers in the 2nd generation never even released an album on Death Row, yet they had a monthly salary, again unheard of! A lot of people agree with socialism but what Suge was attempting to do with the label treating it this way, everyone got to eat. If heís guilty of anything itís playing up to the boogeyman character (when people feared the associations of DR, not necessarily Suge himself) but a lot of the street was loyal to him because he was the only one giving them jobs immediately after prison when everyone else would not.

Regarding 2Pac, people forget Suge threw him 6 figures to help his legal case and got a couple of tracks he never even used. When on Death Row, 2Pac had spent / cost far beyond anything Death Row could even recoup before his death. Half a million on bail, a 6 figure cash advance, a home for his mother, a home for him, a car, ongoing expenses for legal costs and security detail. Then thereís the enormous studio and production costs. He got free reign to live in the studio racking up hourly rates, and engineering costs. Then all of the video production costs. It appeared 2Pac could make and do what he wanted regardless of cost and he did just that. x11 music videos in 9 months. Not even a full year to check the royalties. Then the money he persuaded the label to part with for charitable endeavours. All of the features on his double album he made sure were paid up front via the labels money.

They used his account (in name) in order to pay other artists costs such as their legal costs, child support, etc. The same would be done with Dreís for Snoops legal defense too. Itís just a shuffling of paperwork but definitely wasnít being ripped off. Media will push this to taint Suge as a predatory exploiter in the business when he actually helped a lot of people out when others wouldnít
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Re: SUGE KNIGHT GETS 28 YEAR SENTENCE
« Reply #37 on: October 27, 2018, 04:38:37 PM »
Iím sure those who have the earlier Crooked I set, or anything else from that time would share it with anyone no problem but people our age wont be able to invest the time to go through boxes and go through trying to find a disc among all kinds of CDís, promo and sleeved radio discs along with a ton of retail ones and dvds, all in a big box of many boxes, all up in the attic because itís the only place to put that stuff away in a family home. Then Ďifí you do find it, you have to get it on a laptop that doesnít even have a disc drive on it, meaning an external plug in from a disc drive stored away in a drawer.l somewhere. Probably a few days there, probably a week, and just to upload it all when most wasnít even that great anyway? We as fans of a genre may afford unreleased music with extra gratitude and fool ourselves into thinking theyíre better than they really are. How many still listen to a lot of the unreleased music put out a decade ago? I moved off away from hip hop into house as far back as 2002 and acquired a lot of good unreleased music from the likes of Ian Pooley and Sergio DíAngelo and felt that was just so much better musically as I aged, and I appreciated those smooth instrumentals that you could feel. I got 1 of the swing city Miami sets published that were going for up to $1,000 each on Amazon even up to a year ago. I had (have) one in a box, but the time just isnít worth the effort. The digital age gives us access to other music far easier, that we shouldnít be hung up on unreleased hip hop. There is good music out there right now. I Couldnít even tell you the name of any of Crooked Iís current music or Slaughterhouse album titles (I remember the cover of the debut one that had the 4 member faces on the front but couldnít tell you any of the track titles) or what period this BOSS album was from thatís how far distant I am from the genre
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Re: SUGE KNIGHT GETS 28 YEAR SENTENCE
« Reply #38 on: October 28, 2018, 02:37:00 AM »
Iím sure those who have the earlier Crooked I set, or anything else from that time would share it with anyone no problem but people our age wont be able to invest the time to go through boxes and go through trying to find a disc among all kinds of CDís, promo and sleeved radio discs along with a ton of retail ones and dvds, all in a big box of many boxes, all up in the attic because itís the only place to put that stuff away in a family home. Then Ďifí you do find it, you have to get it on a laptop that doesnít even have a disc drive on it, meaning an external plug in from a disc drive stored away in a drawer.l somewhere. Probably a few days there, probably a week, and just to upload it all when most wasnít even that great anyway? We as fans of a genre may afford unreleased music with extra gratitude and fool ourselves into thinking theyíre better than they really are. How many still listen to a lot of the unreleased music put out a decade ago? I moved off away from hip hop into house as far back as 2002 and acquired a lot of good unreleased music from the likes of Ian Pooley and Sergio DíAngelo and felt that was just so much better musically as I aged, and I appreciated those smooth instrumentals that you could feel. I got 1 of the swing city Miami sets published that were going for up to $1,000 each on Amazon even up to a year ago. I had (have) one in a box, but the time just isnít worth the effort. The digital age gives us access to other music far easier, that we shouldnít be hung up on unreleased hip hop. There is good music out there right now. I Couldnít even tell you the name of any of Crooked Iís current music or Slaughterhouse album titles (I remember the cover of the debut one that had the 4 member faces on the front but couldnít tell you any of the track titles) or what period this BOSS album was from thatís how far distant I am from the genre

Appreciate the response even if it is disappointing to some of us 8)
 

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Re: SUGE KNIGHT GETS 28 YEAR SENTENCE
« Reply #39 on: November 15, 2018, 01:59:35 AM »
There are at least 3 others on this forum I know who have / had earlier Crooked I unreleased material. Though one is also about my age so may have the same limitations as myself but there may be more. I know at the time, those close to Crooked or in a position to potentially gain more material of his were reluctant to risk a leak as the writing on a couple of these songs were eventually supplied to other non Death Row artists for commercially released chart songs
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Re: SUGE KNIGHT GETS 28 YEAR SENTENCE
« Reply #40 on: November 15, 2018, 01:29:57 PM »
Dre when he heard it.  :D

You WHEn a priest went up yr boy c*nt
 

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Re: SUGE KNIGHT GETS 28 YEAR SENTENCE
« Reply #41 on: November 18, 2018, 06:24:49 AM »
Drink this goddamn piss ya bitch
SO THERE I WAS EATING A BURGER AND FRIES WITH SUGE KNIGHT....