- Las Vegas authorities announced that Duane Davis, alias Keffe D, has been formally charged with murder
- The grad jury indicted Duane for using a deadly weapon in the 1996 shooting of rapper Tupac Shakur
- Tupac's death has remained a mystery since 1996, when he was shot dead after attending a boxing match in Las Vegas
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Duane Davis, alias Keffe D, has been arrested concerning Tupac Shakur's murder.
Who is the mastermind in Tupac's shooting?
Investigators have been aware of Davis as one of the four suspects identified early in the investigation.
While he is not the alleged shooter, authorities described him as the group leader during a news conference and in court.
In Nevada, one can face charges, including murder, for aiding and abetting in committing a crime.
The police in Las Vegas said:
“Duane Davis was the shot caller for this group of individuals that committed this crime, and he orchestrated the plan that was carried out.”
Why suspect killed Tupac
According to CNN, authorities depicted Davis as the mastermind behind a scheme to seek revenge and assassinate Shakur following an assault on his nephew.
Davis has consistently positioned himself at the location of the crime, asserting that he occupied the front seat of the white Cadillac that pulled up alongside Shakur's vehicle, from which shots were fired in the back seat, ultimately claiming the musician's life.
Shakur sustained four gunshot wounds and passed away six days later.
In interviews and his 2019 Compton Street Legend memoir, Davis openly acknowledged that he supplied the firearm used in the drive-by shooting.
How much was Tupac's ring sold for?
In June, the legendary ring worn by the late hip-hop icon Tupac Shakur during his final public appearance was sold at an auction for a staggering KSh 142 million.
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The remarkable piece of jewellery was designed by Tupac, drawing inspiration from a book he read while incarcerated on the teachings of Italian philosopher Niccolo Machiavelli.
Deeply connected to his personal life, the ring bears the engraved words "Pac & Dada 1996," with "Dada" referring to his girlfriend, Kidada Jones.
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