Detective explains the break that led to arrest in Tupac case

Detective explains the break that led to arrest in Tupac case

Law enforcement officials hold a news conference announcing that a grand jury has indicted Duane Keith “Keffe D” Davis on charges of murder with the use of a deadly weapon in connection with the 1996 killing of rapper Tupac Shakur. #CNN #News

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34 Responses

  1. 5thward houstontx says:

    This is a clear example of “what’s done in the dark, will come to light “ doesn’t matter how long it takes

  2. Ant McLeod says:

    I was a young man when Pac died 23. I am an old man now 50, married with kids, and a grandfather, this is crazy.

  3. B the filmer says:

    I was very young when this happened, and grew up believing in the legend of Tupac. As I aged I realized Tupac was still a kid trying to figure out who he was.

  4. Renegade 1000 says:

    I’m always seeing the words,”Clout is a hell of a drug.” I strongly agree. You brought your arrest upon yourself, Keefe.

  5. X Mo says:

    The world was different. I miss you Pac.

  6. Bourne says:

    A piece of info which seems overlooked on most occasions. The guy with the black hat doing the kicking was beat up and robbed by Orlando Anderson and company while out shopping with his girlfriend a few months back, an event which set off a retaliatory action at the hands of death row as seen on tape. Pac was known for his temper and extreme loyalty to a fault. He was ticked off upon hearing that his friend had been a victim of an attack by south side and reacted based off sheer emotion. Unbeknownst to them, the guy who was jumped did not handle the beating lightly and decided to take things to the extreme.

  7. Rob Wasilewski says:

    Never thought I would see this day. Every documentary shows this man involved.

  8. C.S.R says:

    “Death is not the greatest loss in life. The greatest loss is what dies inside while still alive. Never surrender.”


  9. T.J. Son of Jonas Love says:

    “Don’t believe everything you hear. Real eyes realize real lies.”

    Tupac Shakur

  10. GuideToTappingIn says:

    Incredible to see. PAC was so powerful. A short life but a profound one. He is a lesson in what to do and what not to do.

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