2Pac Murder Case Faces Another Setback as Keefe D’s Arraignment Delayed Again

The murder trial related to the tragic death of 2Pac has encountered another unexpected delay. Duane “Keefe D” Davis, who is slated to plead not guilty in the murder case, has been granted a two-week extension for his arraignment. This extension was approved by Judge Tierra Jones, setting the arraignment for November 2.

TMZ was present to document this development, with Davis now represented by Las Vegas attorney Ross Goodman. Outside the courtroom, Goodman expressed his belief in his client’s innocence and argued that Davis should be released on his own recognizance, emphasizing that he was not a flight risk and posed no danger to the community.

Goodman remarked, “I think Mr. Davis should be released O.R. (on his own recognizance). He’s not a flight risk. He’s not a danger to the community. He’s lived in Henderson for 11 years. And he’s not going anywhere.”

The 2Pac murder trial has faced numerous challenges, especially after nearly three decades with little progress in the case. One significant obstacle is Suge Knight’s refusal to provide testimony about the events of September 7, 1996.

In a recent phone conversation with TMZ, the co-founder of Death Row Records, Suge Knight, shared his thoughts on the recent developments in the long-running homicide investigation of 2Pac. These developments led to Keefe D’s arrest by Las Vegas police last week.

The 60-year-old former gang member has been charged with “murder with the use of a deadly weapon with the intent to promote, further, or assist a criminal gang.” These charges represent the first significant development in the 27-year-old case.

Suge Knight expressed surprise at Keefe D’s arrest, stating, “Because I don’t think Keefe D would ever get arrested, nor do I want to see him get arrested. Let’s get one thing straight, first and foremost: me and Keefe D played on the same Pop Warner football team. And whatever circumstances, if he had an involvement with anything, if he didn’t have an involvement with anything, I wouldn’t wish somebody going to prison on my worst enemy.”

Knight, currently serving a 28-year sentence for voluntary manslaughter, also asserted that Orlando Anderson, Keefe D’s nephew, was not the shooter, contrary to popular belief. He added, “It wasn’t Anderson, so that’s all I got to say about that part.”

Keefe D is the lone surviving suspect in this case. He is alleged to have orchestrated the hit as “retribution” against 2Pac, who had previously been involved in an altercation with Anderson in the lobby of the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on September 7, 1996. This altercation ultimately led to the tragic drive-by shooting that took 2Pac’s life.

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