Tupac Murder Investigation: Bullets Discovered at Keefe D’s Home for Forensic Testing

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As of lately, 2Pac’s murder case has remarkably reopened for investigation, sparking loads of press across news outlets. In recent reports, Duane “Keefe D” Davis was reportedly discovered with bullets in his home, which are now under examination by forensic specialists to determine the linkage to the rap legend’s death. The Daily Mirror reported that as LA police sought his wife, Paula Clemons, to serve a warrant for his current residence, they gathered a large number of bullets. Notably, Orlando Anderson, the presumed killer, is the nephew of former South Side Compton Crips associate Keefe D. Keefe has even confessed multiple times
to participating in the murder of 2Pac.

After discovering the bullets, Vegas authorities are now examining them “to determine if they have any link to the bullets found in 2Pac’s body or on the scene of the homicide.” Since Pac’s murder scene, forensic experts have stored his clothes and bullets from that day as potential proof against the alleged killer and his crew. Additionally, they possess an all-out lab perusal of powder and shells from the scene.

Despite all the latest discoveries, experts claim that “it is a long shot that the bullets will be the ones from 1996.” Nonetheless, the gun that was supposedly used during the murder was found in 1998 in the garden of a Compton residence. The ATF (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives) labeled the weapon in 2006 as a potential variable in the case. However, after a series of evaluations, the police insisted that it was the wrong weapon and returned it to the ATF.

In addition to Clemons’ house being under suspicion, LA authorities also searched and acquired items at Keefe D’s home, such as hard drives, computers, and photos from the 1990s of the supposed people who may have participated in the murder. Although there haven’t been any arrests yet, Orlando Anderson, the alleged killer of Pac, was gunned down and killed in an unconnected shooting. Anderson began feuding with Pac over suspicions that he stole his chain months prior to their meeting at the MGM Grand in Vegas on September 7, 1996. Subsequently, a white Cadillac arrived a few hours later, where they found Suge Knight and 2Pac and fired gunshots, leaving him severely wounded. Six days later, the LA rap legend was reported dead as a result of his injuries.

Reportedly, Keefe described the events of the shooting in his 2019 book, Compton Street Legend, claiming, “It was the first and only time in my life that I could relate to the police command ‘Keep your hands where I can see them.’ Instead, ‘Pac pulled out a straw, and that’s when the fireworks started. One of my guys from the back seat grabbed the Glock and started bustin’ back.” Furthermore: “The first shot skinned Suge in the head. I thought the motherfucker was dead. I heard stories that Suge supposedly used Tupac as a shield when the bullets started flying. But that’s some bullshit. Suge was already wounded. As the rounds continued flying, I ducked down so I wouldn’t get hit. When the shooting stopped, we boned out.” The ongoing case has everyone on the edge of their seats as more details are revealed. Updates on this case will be provided as more details become available.