Michael Douglas Carlin is a writer, filmmaker, and the director of the movies Luvicide and American Federale. Recently he completed a ten-year stint as the Publisher and Editor of the Century City News. Here his articles turned into three books: Rise a Knight, A Prescription for Peace, and Peaceful Protests. Michael Carlin was born in Los Angeles in 1962. He grew up in the entertainment business. His grandfather was a teamster whose last movie was Jaws with stories of working for Cecil B. DeMille, Howard Hughes, and Samuel Goldwyn. His father was a lighting director and Michael grew up on the sets of King Kong, Who Will Stop The Rain, The Fury and the series Chips. The family founded lighting and grip company Keylite PSI that supplied equipment on Ordinary People, The Untouchables, Boyz In The Hood, Platoon, JFK, Reservoir Dogs, and hundreds of other feature films and thousands of hours of television. For many years Carlin ran the family business and managed independent studios. He worked also in the entertainment industry as an actor, lighting technician, grip, cameraman, production manager, producer, and director. Carlin also published The Entertainment Funding Sourcebook, The Studio White Pages, and Media and Entertainment Institutional Investors.
Michael Douglas Carlin: “Russell Poole gave his life to solve the murders of Tupac and Biggie…”
Read about the murders of Tupac Shakur and Christopher Wallace from the archives of Russell Poole. He was afraid the murder books would be gutted when he left the LAPD so he took his files with him. You can now see what was in those files. The murders could have been solved long ago but that would lead to a very bad place for so many involved. Learn the truth that would cost Russell his life.
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