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  • Santa Gertrudis Academy 47 VS La Villa 0
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  • McAllen High 6 VS Los Fresnos 45
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  • Brownsville Lopez 61 VS PSJA Memorial 7
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  • Donna North 3 VS La Joya Juarez-Lincoln 31
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  • SA Reagan 20 VS Harlingen High 22
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  • La Joya High 0 VS Donna High 16
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  • Edinburg Vela 34 VS Brownsville Veterans Memorial 20
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  • San Benito 31 VS McAllen Memorial 7
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  • Raymondville 35 VS Lyford 20
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  • CC Veterans Memorial 55 VS La Feria 14
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  • CC John Paul II 36 VS Santa Maria 14
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  • CC London 49 VS Marine Military Academy 13
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  • Weslaco High 20 VS Mercedes 21
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  • Weslaco East 56 VS Edinburg Economedes 14
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  • Brownsville Porter 14 VS McAllen Rowe 40
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  • PSJA High 37 VS Brownsville Rivera 21
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  • La Joya Palmview 9 VS Edinburg High 28
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  • Grulla 38 VS PSJA Southwest 6
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  • Edinburg North 24 VS Harlingen South 7
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Tupac's Final Words Were: "[Eff] You"

tupac_shakurIf TUPAC SHAKUR did recognize the shooter who killed him . . . then it’s HIS own fault that his murder is still unsolved. Because with his last gasp, he had the chance to tell the cops who did it, but he wouldn’t snitch.

A former Las Vegas police officer named Chris Carroll was the first cop on the scene. He was on bike patrol that night, and when he got there, Tupac was still conscious . . . barely . . . so he asked him, repeatedly, who had shot him.

Carroll says, quote, “He looked at me, took a breath to get the words out, and he opened his mouth. I thought I was actually going to get some cooperation, and then the words came out: ‘[Eff] you.’

“After that, he started gurgling and slipping out of consciousness. At that point, an ambulance showed up, and he went into unconsciousness.” And that was it.

Carroll intentionally kept quiet about Tupac’s last words for 18 years. He says, quote, “I didn’t want people to say, ‘Even when the chips were down, his life on the line, he still . . . wouldn’t talk to the police.’ I didn’t want him to be a hero for that.”

So why is he talking now? He says, quote, “Enough time has passed, [and] well, he’s a martyr anyway, he’s viewed as a hero anyway. My story, at this point, isn’t going to change any of that.” (You can read the whole interview, here.)

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