Suge Knight Says Police Have Wrong Guy In Tupac Murder Case

The Death Row Records founder has declined to testify against Keefe D.

Suge Knight is reportedly refusing to testify against Duane “Keefe D” Davis, who was arrested late last week in connection with the murder of Tupac Shakur.

According to TMZ, the Death Row Records founder was surprised that an arrest was made over the West Coast Hip-Hop legend’s murder case and is opting not to participate in it, alleging authorities have arrested the wrong guy.

Knight also claims that Davis’ nephew, Orlando Anderson, didn’t pull the trigger during the 1996 Las Vegas shooting, during which Knight was driving Tupac around on the Las Vegas Strip.

Suge Knight Wrongful Death Lawsuit Ends In Mistrial

Suge Knight Wrongful Death Lawsuit Ends In Mistrial

A Nevada grand jury indicted Davis on Friday (Sept. 29) on one count of murder with a deadly weapon and recommended that up to an additional 20 years be added to the sentence for the murder charge because of his known gang affiliation.

Davis, 60, is said to be one of four suspects who were there the night Shakur was killed. Davis admitted in his 2019 memoir, “Compton Street Legend,” that he provided the gun in the shooting, prompting investigators to look even further into the story and singling him out as a potential suspect.

While authorities don’t believe Davis is the shooter, there’s enough evidence to indicate that he was involved in the shooting.

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