Suge Knight still has it. He still has the power to intimidate individuals he doesn't like.
The Los Angeles Times reports that the once powerful hip-hop mogul had previously threatened a state prison inmate who once implicated a Los Angeles police officer in the slaying of rap star Notorious B.I.G.
The inmate, Waymond "Suave" Anderson, testified on Thursday (July 31) that he had recanted the allegation because of threats he received from Knight that were passed to him by former Los Angeles Times reporter, Chuck Phillips.
According to the paper, Anderson said that Philips passed him several written messages wrapped in plastic at Corcoran State Prison on behalf of Knight, which influenced him to change his testimony last year in a civil lawsuit filed by the family of the Notorious B.I.G. against the city of Los Angeles.