Suspected Tupac killer Keffe D gets $750,000 bail

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Duane “Keffe D” Davis, a 60-year-old former gang boss from Los Angeles implicated in the murder of renowned artist Tupac Amaru Shakur, has been granted a $750,000 bond.

The defendant was apprehended in September 2023 and charged with murder using a deadly weapon.

His arrest occurred two months after police in Las Vegas raided his wife’s residence in search of evidence related to Tupac’s killing.

In court, the Las Vegas Police presented Keffe D, who is rumored to be the uncle of Orlando Anderson, a well-known adversary of Tupac.

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Anderson, who had reportedly been involved in a casino altercation with the rapper’s associates on the night of his death, denied any involvement in the murder at that time.

On Tuesday, Keffe D appeared in court in Las Vegas for a hearing regarding the possibility of being released on bail while awaiting his criminal trial.

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His defense team argued that granting him bond prior to the commencement of the main trial would be in his best interest.

They maintained his not-guilty plea, claiming that all of his comments concerning Tupac’s murder were made for monetary gain and amusement.

The prosecution, however, argued that Keffe D was a cold-blooded murderer and shouldn’t be allowed to walk the streets.

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Carli Kierny, the judge, in conclusion consented to release him pending trial and gave him a $750,000 bond.

Kierny further claimed that Keefe D will be placed under house arrest with electronic monitoring while awaiting trial.

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