Mark Brown of the Rocky Mountain News reviewed the Randall Sullivan book ‘Labyrinth’, which chronicles the murders of Tupac Shakur and Notorious B.I.G. Calling it flawed, Brown wasn’t totally negative on the book giving it a B- grade: “For all its failures, ‘Labyrinth’ is still a fascinating read. The personalities, the double-crossing, the East Coast/West Coast rap feud, the blatant police corruption and the utter lawlessness that engulfed the era is hardly dull. Death Row, in effect, ran its own mini-police force, made up of off-duty LAPD cops who were there for the beatings, the murders and the drugs. They didn’t just turn a blind eye to it — instead, they got in on the action.”
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