Tupac’s Alleged Killer Too Dangerous to Free Pre-Trial … Prosecutors Want No Bail 12/29/2023 1:51 PM PT
The state of Nevada is pressing back on Duane “Keefe D” Davis’ demand to be blurt of prison ahead of the trial … due to the fact that they firmly insist Tupac Shakur’s supposed killer is simply too harmful.
For those uninformed, Keefe D’s attorneys asked a judge recently to launch him from custody on his own recognizance before his trial, which is presently set to begin in June … and if the court would not permit it, asking rather to set his bail no greater than $100k.
According to brand-new docs, acquired by TMZ, district attorneys state Keefe D’s demand is unreasonable, and they offer a number of reasons he should not get to stroll complimentary up until his trial. They declare he’s a previous high-ranking member of the South Side Compton Crips, and has actually admitted numerous times to participation in the Tupac murder over the years.
District attorneys likewise declare Keefe’s made reputable risks to witnesses while being secured.
They likewise continue to declare they have mountains of proof– consisting of Keefe D’s own words– indicating Keefe managing Tupac’s murder back in 1996 … regardless of Keefe now distancing himself from those previous declarations.
The state’s asking the court to keep him behind bars till his trial date … and thinks there are ample factors to do so.
As we reported, Keefe D pled innocent last month for the murder charge he’s presently dealing with … after appearing in court 2 times before with his lawyer obviously being a no-show.