Intriguing New Details Emerge in 2Pac Murder Investigation: Keefe D Under Scrutiny.
The cold case of 2Pac’s tragic murder has resurfaced, with a former officer shedding light on the prime suspect, Duane “Keefe D” Davis. Recently, Chris Carroll, one of the first responders to the 1996 shooting, sat down with The Art of Dialogue to share his insights into the legend’s untimely demise.
Keefe D, now 60 years old, has been a vocal figure, openly claiming involvement in the murder for years. Carroll expressed astonishment at Keefe D’s boldness, stating, “He openly is saying, ‘I handed him the gun’ — well, that makes him part of this murder.”
Rumors have circulated about Keefe D selling items connected to that fateful night, adding an alarming twist to the story. Authorities have been investigating this aspect, and last week, bullets discovered at Keefe D’s residence underwent forensic examination. These .40 caliber bullets were recovered during a search warrant executed at his wife’s home in Henderson, Nevada.
Keefe D’s connections to the South Side Compton Crips and his role as the uncle of ‘Pac’s alleged killer, Orlando Anderson, have only intensified the scrutiny. With full-scale laboratory analysis of shells, bullets, and powder from the crime scene, homicide detectives are exploring any possible links between the bullets found in 2Pac’s body and those retrieved from Keefe D’s home.
While the investigators remain cautious, they see this as an opportunity to bring fresh insights into the long-unsolved case. The possibility of connecting the dots between the bullets found and the events of 1996 raises hope for potential arrests or indictment.