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Desc:He ran two guys over with his truck, due to being a violent sociopath. Warning: violence
Category:Crime, Accidents & Explosions
Tags:Violence, murder, sociopath, Suge Knight
Submitted:Rodents of Unusual Size
Date:03/10/15
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Comment count is 29
Potrod - 2015-03-10
Suge Knight murders one person on camera.

I find the "ding" sound effect added by TMZ makes the video easier to watch.
SolRo - 2015-03-10
I see two...try crossing your eyes

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2015-03-10
He backed over the first dude, and then to make sure that dude didn't attack him, he ran him over again.

Then he rammed right into the other dude, because you know, that guy could have done something, what with his standing and all.

Ugh - 2015-03-10
made me think about watching vh1

*bloop* cool fact about suge's rap sheet

*bloop* number of bullet wounds he's had

*bloop* number of vehicular homicides committed the year tupac was shot

"wow, cool"

Potrod - 2015-03-11
I was being an annoying pedant, but the guy "Bone" survives. One murder, one attempted.

infinite zest - 2015-03-11
Thanks Ugh, I have the "Pop Up Video" song stuck in my head now.

Anaxagoras - 2015-03-10
I remember hearing about this on the radio. Apparently his defense is that he was terrified for his life, and running over the victims was the only way he could get away.

Welp, I'm convinced!
Sanest Man Alive - 2015-03-11
Terrified of what, exactly? Ringwraiths? Cancer? The ghost of Tupac?

infinite zest - 2015-03-11
Apparently there was some sort of argument that happened on the set of "Straight Outta Compton" (which I really want to see). But I remember seeing the trailer and thinking "man, this is really gonna piss a lot of people off." So apparently an ambush of sorts was set up at a drive thru and a gun was pulled and then what is seen here. At least that's what the defense is saying.. I dunno..

The Mothership - 2015-03-10
Jesus.
fedex - 2015-03-10
dayum!


he runned them over real good, I guess...

blue vein steel - 2015-03-11
yeah, he's going away forever

Jet Bin Fever - 2015-03-10
Yes, move the critically injured guy's spine as much as possible.
SolRo - 2015-03-11
apparently it didn't make a difference.

BorrowedSolution - 2015-03-11
Solro: The guy might be dead because of the difference it made. Your pedantry is astounding sometimes.

Spaceman Africa - 2015-03-11
Considering the track record Sugar Bear has, I'm surprised its taken this long for him to get nailed for something.
SolRo - 2015-03-11
He has lots of money, he qualifies for the upper tier criminal justice system, it has different laws from the ones we have to follow.

Caminante Nocturno - 2015-03-11
Where does his money even come from? He hasn't been in a good commercial since the 90's.

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2015-03-11
He literally threatened to kill various rap stars if they didn't sign over the rights to their music to him and his manager.

Cena_mark - 2015-03-11
I think he's broke. Death Row Records went bankrupt a few years ago.

gravelstudios - 2015-03-11
Just because his label went broke doesn't mean he did. Corporations are separate legal entities from their owners. A corporation can declare bankruptcy without its owners losing a dime.

infinite zest - 2015-03-11
Yeah, that stuff adds up. I was in a pretty unknown band that probably gets paid through pandora, spotify, etc. a grand total of about a dollar a month (on a good month) that goes to the record label, which is operated by the lead singer. So basically it's more paperwork than anything else for the poor guy which he has to split up between 13 people. But imagine how many people play Dre, Tupac and Snoop (and the very under-rated Kurupt among others) on pandora, jukeboxes at bars, radio stations and iTunes downloads every day. Basically if you're not torrenting it that's gotta be an astronomical figure, probably more than the tapes and CDs did in their heyday.

Cena_mark - 2015-03-11
Don't forget Eazy-E. Because all of Dr. Dre's records were paying him.

Nominal - 2015-03-11
Oh shit!

I had a minor run in with Suge's entourage once. He was at a bar and as he started leaving, one of his security/entourage intentionally brushes against me and does the getting in your face to me until Suge left the building.
infinite zest - 2015-03-11
Wow. My biggest random encounter at a bar with a celebrity was Screech from Saved by the Bell. He had no entourage. However he was getting stormed by drunk assholes who wanted to picture with Screech when all he wanted to do was drink a few beers. I felt bad for the poor guy. I can't imagine Suge Knight having that problem: I couldn't even point him out in a lineup and haven't thought about him since sometime in the 90s. That's right, Screech is more relevant in 2015 (well, this was 2007) than Suge. Does he still even get rappers coming to his table trying to pass off their mixtapes? I kinda doubt it.

infinite zest - 2015-03-11
Or.. I guess he won't have to worry about that anymore anyway.

Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2015-03-11
Are you black, Nominal?

Nominal - 2015-03-11
No! Which made it even weirder that his entourage guy thought some whitebread kid in a whitebread bar (forget the name, but it was a total country western theme complete with mechanical bull) might be an assassin.

It didn't even fully hit me who he was until after he left. I probably would have been more scared instead of all, "Are you serious?"

dairyqueenlatifah - 2015-03-11
Isn't this the guy everyone thought killed Tupac?
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