Keefe D Denied Release Over Bail Money Legitimacy Ahead of Tupac Murder Trial

Duane “Keefe D” Davis, implicated in the 1996 murder of Tupac Shakur, was denied bail by a Nevada judge due to concerns about the legitimacy of his bond funds.

In a recent development in the long-standing investigation into the murder of legendary rapper Tupac Shakur, Duane “Keefe D” Davis has been denied bail by a Clark County judge. The decision came after Davis failed to prove that the 112,500 USD bond he intended to post was obtained through legal means, as reported by KTNV.

On June 20, Keefe D informed the Clark County District Court that he had secured the necessary 750,000 USD bail amount for his release. The following Tuesday, June 25, he faced Judge Carli Kierny to discuss the conditions for his house arrest and verify the source of the bail funds. The legitimacy of the funds became a point of contention when entertainment manager Cash “Wack 100” Jones, who provided the bond money, appeared in court via video link.

Wack 100 asserted that the 112,500 USD down payment was a “gift” from his business accounts, with no contractual or financial agreements tied to Keefe D for the bail payment. Despite this, Judge Kierny expressed doubts about the legality of the funds and subsequently denied the bond on June 26.

“The court cannot say that Mr. Davis has shown the funds were legally obtained,” Judge Kierny stated in her order, highlighting the ongoing concerns over the legitimacy of the money used for the bail.

This ruling adds another layer of complexity to the high-profile case as Keefe D remains in custody. The denial of bail underscores the court’s strict scrutiny regarding the sources of bail money, particularly in cases with significant public and legal interest like the Tupac Shakur murder investigation.

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