Suspected Tupac Killer Gets $750k Bail

Former Los Angeles-area gang leader, Duane “Keffe D” Davis, who is accused of being involved in the killing of the late US rapper Tupac Shakur, has been granted bail of $750,000. This decision was made during a Tuesday hearing in Vegas, where Davis’ lawyers successfully argued that he poses no threat to society and is not likely to flee, as reported by TMZ.

However, this bail grant comes with a hefty price tag of $750,000. Davis will be under house arrest with electronic monitoring until his trial.

This development is causing concern, given the seriousness of the charges against him. Despite openly admitting multiple times to his role in Tupac’s murder over the years, Davis was only arrested in September 2023, 27 years after the tragic incident in 1996.

Although he confessed to being in the car on the night of Tupac’s shooting, Davis maintained that he wasn’t the one who pulled the trigger. Prosecutors, who claim to possess substantial evidence against him, initially opposed the bail request, calling it “absurd” due to concerns about public safety.

They highlighted various reasons for denying bail, emphasizing the potential threat Davis might pose to the public. Prosecutors insisted that the delayed arrest doesn’t lessen the severity of the allegations.

In response, Davis’ legal team argued that he does not pose a danger to society, especially considering the prolonged time it took for law enforcement to arrest him.

They further restated his plea of innocence, implying that his previous admissions were solely made for the sake of gaining attention and financial benefit.


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