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Only Living Suspect in Tupac Shakur Murder Trial Pleads Not Guilty

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Only Living Suspect in Tupac Shakur Murder Trial Pleads Not Guilty

Only Living Suspect in Tupac Shakur Murder Trial Pleads Not Guilty

Only Living Suspect in , Tupac Shakur Murder Trial , Pleads Not Guilty.

ABC reports that Duane "Keffe D" Davis pleaded not guilty to orchestrating the 1996 drive-by murder of rapper Tupac Shakur at his arraignment on November 2.

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ABC reports that Duane "Keffe D" Davis pleaded not guilty to orchestrating the 1996 drive-by murder of rapper Tupac Shakur at his arraignment on November 2.

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The arraignment had reportedly been delayed twice, as Davis sought to find legal representation.

At the arraignment, Davis said that he had not retained his own counsel and was appointed a public defender.

ABC reports that Davis is scheduled to make his next court appearance on November 7.

In September, Davis was indicted by a Clark County grand jury on one count of murder with a deadly weapon with gang enhancement.

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The indictment comes nearly 30 years after Tupac's death.

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On September 7, 1996, Shakur died, succumbing to injuries caused by a drive-by shooting near the Las Vegas Strip.

On September 7, 1996, Shakur died, succumbing to injuries caused by a drive-by shooting near the Las Vegas Strip.

The shooting occurred shortly after a brawl between members of two rival gangs in Compton, California.

The shooting occurred shortly after a brawl between members of two rival gangs in Compton, California.

Davis is accused of being the "shot caller" who orchestrated the "retaliatory shooting" which resulted in Shakur's death.

Davis is accused of being the "shot caller" who orchestrated the "retaliatory shooting" which resulted in Shakur's death.

According to authorities, Davis is the only living suspect in the homicide case.


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