Tupac And Biggie CASE: solved Murders By Ivan LAW IN Music History
Tupac and Biggie Homicide cases Solved by Ivan law aka Ivan the Great, A Live historical Interview.
More than 25 years later, yes, the murders (Homicides) of Biggie Smalls and Tupac are finally solved. They were killed by the same person, and if they solved one, they may be able to solve the other. both Tupac and Biggie cases are solved
Hip Hop Homicides Tupac and Biggie case solved Us patent pending “It’s not that the case is unsolved,” Kading says during an exclusive interview with HipHopDX. “It’s merely unprosecuted and because of a variety of circumstances, the cases are unprosecutable. But that doesn’t mean they’re unsolved. So internally, we realize that we’ve solved the cases but perhaps the public, by not having gone through a trial process, doesn’t understand how they can be solved and not prosecuted.” P.O. Box 1450 Alexandria, VA 22313 - 1450 www.uspto.gov ELECTRONIC ACKNOWLEDGEMENT RECEIPT APPLICATION # RECEIPT DATE / TIME ATTORNEY DOCKET # 63/378,077 10/02/2022 01:33:09 PM ET - Title of Invention The Hip hop homicides of Tupac Amaru Shakur or 2Pac & Christopher George Latore Wallace AKA Notorious B.I.G., Biggie Smalls, or simply Biggie, solved by Ivan Law, Suspects Andre Young AKA Dr Dre and Oshea Jackson AKA Ice Cube. Application Information APPLICATION TYPE Utility - Provisional Application under 35 USC 111(b) PATENT # - CONFIRMATION # 2495 FILED BY Ivan Law PATENT CENTER # 61025572 FILING DATE - CUSTOMER # 1501 FIRST NAMED INVENTOR Mr. Ivan Law Sr. CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS - AUTHORIZED BY - Documents TOTAL DOCUMENTS: 3 DOCUMENT PAGES DESCRIPTION SIZE (KB) generatedADS61025572.pdf 5 Application Data Sheet 117 KB sb0016.pdf 3 Provisional Cover Sheet (SB16) 364 KB Warning: This is not a USPTO supplied Provisional Cover Sheet fillable form. Data in the form cannot be automatically loaded to other USPTO systems. sb0015a.pdf 2 Certification of Micro Entity (Gross Income Basis) 217 KB Digest Page 1 of 2 DOCUMENT MESSAGE DIGEST(SHA-512) generatedADS61025572.pdf C71FBB5A1D6B93CBCCFF436AD4285F55C2329630ECE41A33 A8253E95658B88AAD85E12DD7E86E12A9786BBB098C298D40 304C48B7AFEE1F2BF6A1053BD7E68BE sb0016.pdf E591F85DAD223CB58F4C673B16D84BA1D803C183A677A1104 CDA30BD014AE11071B86AA1DFEC5BF4ACAA9C47E78941EF5 2E0B4708B65A4B69A6AF51A5029A583 sb0015a.pdf 9541FCD1D5414B8DD459D49138878155F085E8845A62EAB4B6 AEDE2C4DA77F98DB655CE8859C47446482650C0EC8B73B4B 1B60C2094D30606BE4943EFCFFB2D8 This Acknowledgement Receipt evidences receipt on the noted date by the USPTO of the indicated documents, characterized by the applicant, and including page counts, where applicable. It serves as evidence of receipt similar to a Post Card, as described in MPEP 503. New Applications Under 35 U.S.C. 111 If a new application is being filed and the application includes the necessary components for filing date (see 37 CFR 1.53(b)-(d) and MPEP 506), a Filing Receipt (37 CFR 1.54) will be issued in due course and the date shown on this Acknowledgement Receipt will establish the filing date of the application National Stage of an International Application under 35 U.S.C. 371 If a timely submission to enter the national stage of an international application is compliant with the conditions of 35 U.S.C. 371 and other applicable requirements a Form PCT/DO/EO/903 indicating acceptance of the application as a national stage submission under 35 U.S.C. 371 will be issued in addition to the Filing Receipt, in due course. New International Application Filed with the USPTO as a Receiving Office If a new international application is being filed and the international application includes the necessary components for an international filing date (see PCT Article 11 and MPEP 1810), a Notification of the International Application Number and of the International Filing Date (Form PCT/RO/105) will be issued in due course, subject to prescriptions concerning national security, and the date shown on this Acknowledgement Receipt will establish the international filing date of the application