Civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump forms a team to investigate the 1996 murder of Tupac Shakur in the hopes of bringing due process to the rap artist's family.
Civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump and his team examine the theory that gang member Orlando Anderson may have been responsible for Tupac Shakur's murder.
The team probes the theory that an East Coast vs. West Coast rap rivalry led to Tupac Shakur's murder, and that rap artists Biggie and P Diddy may have been involved.
The team examines the chaotic relationship between Tupac and the head of Death Row Records, Marion 'Suge' Knight, and if Tupac's departure from the label harmed his friendship with Knight.
Benjamin Crump and his team of experts examine the rumoured Death Row coup that may have led to Tupac's murder, and try to determine who had the most to gain from the rapper's death.
The team of experts analyses the authenticity of a recently revealed confession letter. New evidence threatens to break the case wide open.