Firstly, excuse my english, its not my native language. Sorry about the long post too, I hope you read it all.
I'm a big fan of "conspiracies", not even believing in many of them, there is something "magical" about these stories that really arouse our curiosity about the mysteries of this world.
I'm not a rap fan, I’m a rock n’ roll guy, but I respect all styles. As a connoisseur of good music in general, I’ve always known the importance of 2Pac, not only for the Rap, but for music in general. I knew of his death, but only started reading about the "alive theories" for about 4 years.
Since then, I read everything that can be read on the internet about these theories. I follow this forum for at least 2 years, but never wanted to express myself because I had nothing important to add.
Although a theories fan, I never believe that Pac could be alive, just by logic. In the real world, it would be IMPOSSIBLE to plan a scam so big and involves so many people, including doctors and police themselves.
But I'm not here to disrespect anybody's belief.
Reading about Pac, I became a big fan of his music. Now I am a "rock guy" listening 2pac (many people do not see how that's possible).
Well, enough with the bullshit.
The aim of the topic is to talk about the famous photo of the autopsy of 2Pac. I've seen a lot of people trying to prove that the photo is fake, but I've never seen a conclusive argument. The main one is that his neck tatto (that says, "Makaveli") is missing.
No need to be a genius to know that a black tattoo, on the skin of a black guy in a shaded area, would be VERY DIFFICULT to be seen.
But the problem is: You can see the tattoo in the photo, just a simple zoom in and willingness to see the truth. That is what I will show (at least I’ll try to).
Before the photos, let me make clear that I work for about eight years as a graphic designer and I can say I have a great grip on some image editing software, especially Photoshop.
I can GUARANTEE that in 1996 or 1997 would be impossible to fake a photo like that using any imaging software. At that time, even the internet was "crawling". Besides, do you really think that an experienced professional so (that would be a "photoshop god") would bother to make such a perfect “Fake photo” and forget a "detail" as important as a tattoo? Of course not.
Well, here are the pictures. I do not want to convince anyone, but to me seem pretty clear.
[THIS IS THE ORIGINAL PHOTO THAT I TOOK DIRECTLY FORM CATHY SCOTTY'S BOOK IN PDF VERSION, NOT EDITED]. Just by zooming in you can identify some "strange" black marks that clearly doesn't belong to the skin.
[THE SAME IMAGE, BUT A APPLIED SOME FILTERS IN PHOTOSHOP IN ORDER TO ADD SOME CONTRAST TO THE BLACK MARKS]. Don't know about you, but I can see something that looks like letters.
[ABOVE THE BLACK MARKS, I PLACED THE ORIGINAL TATTOO, TOOK FROM A "ALIVE PHOTO" OF 2PAC]. Does it look familiar?
Tip: if can't see it, try to look at your monitor (it works better in laptops) from another angle (the contrast starts to change).
The letters even look to be under the white tube (used to drain fluids from the body).
I think this whole thing about Pac being alive could easily be finished if someone in Vegas with "contacts" could have access to someone working at the "office of the coroner". Cathy says in her book that there's a lot of photos from the autopsy (35mm photos) locked in their archives. Perhaps someone could try to check it =)
Thanx for reading!