More Details Emerge About Keefe D’s Bail Denial

On June 26, 2024, Judge Carli Kierny officially denied the release of Duane “Keefe D” Davis, the suspect in Tupac Shakur’s 1996 murder, despite his $750,000 bail being paid.

The decision came after a bond source hearing held on June 25, where the court reviewed testimony from Cash Jones, who posted the bail, and Davis himself.

Judge Kierny determined that Davis failed to demonstrate the bail was obtained through legal sources. The court found the provided bank records insufficient to explain the origin of the $112,500 bail premium. Additionally, Davis’s own statements to his wife, suggesting Jones was a “front” for the true bond poster, raised further doubts.

The court also expressed concerns that the bail might have been paid using profits from Davis discussing Shakur’s killing. Previous interviews with Jones hinted at “stipulations” and a potential contract for Davis’s life story rights, including details about the shooting.

Given these uncertainties and concerns, Judge Kierny vacated the posted bail and denied Davis’s request for release. As a result, Davis will remain in custody until his trial, scheduled to begin on November 4, 2024.

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