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Police may have ‘enough evidence’ to prosecute Tupac’s killer


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American gang member Keefe D may be prosecuted for involvement in Tupac’s murder. The Las Vegas police would have collected “enough evidence” against him to solve the murder case finally. Sources report this to The US Sun.

According to the insiders, the police evidence points to Keefe D, who is a member of the Crips, guilty of first-degree murder. The case will reportedly be presented to a grand jury in Las Vegas “very soon”. The grand jury hearing will assess whether the evidence is strong enough to prosecute Keefe D in the short term, a source reports to The US Sun. Evidence seized in July during a search of the city of Henderson may be under review. Furthermore, a source reports that the police are still looking for more evidence and witnesses who want to give a statement in the unsolved murder case.

In several interviews and books, Keefe D, 60, stated that he was involved in Tupac’s murder. He claims that he gave his nephew Orlando Anderson the gun that killed Tupac. He also allegedly drove the car from which Tupac and Death Row Records founder Suge Knight were shot.

2Pac was shot at a traffic light on the Las Vegas Strip on September 7, 1996. He died in hospital a few days later. The hip-hop legend, who recently received a star on the famous Hollywood Walk Of Fame, was just 25 years old at the time. One of the most famous theories about his death is that Orlando Anderson was the shooter, which Keefe D has confirmed several times. 2Pac is said to have argued with Anderson on the night of his death.



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