Authorities charge witness with 1996 murder of Tupac Shakur
In 2019, Davis published "Compton Street Legend," a memoir that discussed the shooting.
Authorities on Friday charged a witness to the 1996 death of Tupac Shakur in Las Vegas, roughly 27 years after the lethal episode.
The rapper died in a drive-by shooting and Duane "Keffe D" Davis, 60, has previously admitted to being in the car from which the gunfire came. A Nevada grand jury indicted Davis on one charge of murder with a deadly weapon, the Associated Press reported.
Clark County Chief Deputy District Attorney Marc DiGiacomo insisted that Davis "ordered the death" of the rapper decades ago.
In 2019, Davis published "Compton Street Legend," a memoir that discussed the shooting, in which he admitted to being in the car during the affair.
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