According to the feds, ammunition also thought to be 9mm Gecko was later found in the residence of rogue Los Angeles Police Department cop David Mack – along with a “shrine” to Tupac Shakur – when Mack was busted for bank robbery shortly after Wallace’s death.
The FBI scrubbed Mack’s name from the paperwork, but his identity is clear based on previously released information about his robbery conviction and the Shakur shrine uncovered in his garage.
Investigators wrote they were unaware of any tests conducted to connect the bullets.
“LAPD has also never matched the ammunition found (redacted) during the search after the bank robbery with the bullets used to kill Biggie,” an FBI chronology from 2002 states. “It is unclear whether the 9mm Gecko ammunition has ever been compared to some of the 9mm ammunition found (redacted) that is believed to be Gecko.”
A retired LAPD cop testified about Mack’s Shakur shrine in 2005 and his theory that Mack used his police expertise to help hip-hop mogul Marion “Suge” Knight order Wallace’s hit as payback for Shakur’s unsolved murder six months earlier.
Both Mack and Knight have denied any involvement in the hail of gunfire that killed Wallace, 24, as he sat in a vehicle on a Los Angeles street.
LAPD did not immediately respond to a request for comment.