Tupac Shakur’s stepfather up for pardon after 30 years in prison

    Late Rapper, Tupac Shakur's step father, Mutulu Shakur entered the FBI's 'most wanted' list in 1986 and was Eventually captured, convicted and sentenced to 60 years in prison for leading a revolutionary group that was responsible for trails of bloodshed, including the slayings of an armed guard and two New York police officers.     Shakur was also charged with aiding fellow revolutionary escape from a New Jersey prison, who eventually fled to Cuba. But after serving half his prison sentence, Mutulu Shakur might soon be a free man. The 65-year-old, stepfather to the late rapper, is eligible for mandatory parole after serving 30 years of the 60-year sentence he was given in 1988 for masterminding a string of deadly armed robberies in New York and Connecticut committed by a militant political group known as "The Family." His parole hearing is to take place this week at the federal penitentiary in Victorville, California, where he...