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2Pac Murder Investigation: Former Compton Crip Leader Keefe D Facing Imminent Charges

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In a significant development in the long-standing investigation into the murder of rapper 2Pac (Tupac Shakur), police sources suggest that former Compton Crip gang leader Duane “Keefe D” Davis is facing imminent charges. The case, which has remained unsolved for nearly 27 years, is reportedly gaining momentum, and authorities are gearing up to charge Keefe D.

According to reports from The Sun, Keefe D, who has previously boasted about his involvement in the assassination of 2Pac, is now under the spotlight. The Las Vegas homicide department is reportedly leading the charge in the cold case investigation. With the support of the district attorney, authorities claim to have built a compelling case against Keefe D, a childhood friend of iconic N.W.A. frontman Eazy-E. Allegedly, their findings will be presented to a secret jury next month.

Key evidence, including witness statements about 2Pac’s murder and Keefe D’s alleged involvement, is expected to be presented to the grand jury. Despite this, Keefe D will not be permitted to attend the hearing. The grand jury will assess the evidence presented to determine if it is substantial enough for prosecution.

Insiders from The Sun also suggest that the district attorney is considering charging Keefe D with first-degree murder based on Nevada law.

Keefe D, now 60, has given multiple interviews and published a self-authored memoir titled “Compton Street Legend.” In his book, he confessed to his role in the shooting of 2Pac. He claimed to have been in the vehicle during the incident and alleged that he provided the murder weapon to his nephew Orlando Anderson, who fired the fatal shots.

The recent developments follow a police search of Davis’ home as part of the ongoing investigation into 2Pac’s death. Items such as computers, hard drives, magazine articles about 2Pac, and pictures from the 1990s were seized. Investigators are hopeful that these seized items and evidence could potentially help identify and charge an accomplice in the crime.

While investigators have long believed that the gunman responsible for 2Pac’s murder is likely deceased (Orlando Anderson was killed in an unrelated gang shooting in 1998), they remain committed to seeking justice and closure in this high-profile case.

The murder of 2Pac is thought to have originated from an altercation between the rapper, his entourage, and Orlando Anderson in the lobby of the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, hours before the shooting occurred. Anderson, a member of the South Side Compton Crips, was suspected of stealing a chain belonging to an affiliate of Death Row Records months prior to the incident. Although Anderson was considered a suspect, he denied any involvement and was never formally charged. To date, no arrests have been made in connection to 2Pac’s murder.

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Dana Sterling-Editor

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