Exclusive: House Searched in Tupac Shakur Murder Investigation Belongs to Self-Proclaimed Witness’s Wife

Property records have uncovered new information in the investigation surrounding the murder of Tupac Shakur. According to the records, the house searched in connection with the case is owned by the wife of a self-proclaimed witness to the shooting, Duane Keith Davis, also known as “Keffe D.”

Search Warrant and Seized Items

The search warrant, obtained by CNN, provided details of what the police were searching for. Items such as photographs, insurance policies, letters, and documents that could shed light on the motive or identity of the perpetrator were among the targets of the search. The police seized several items from the house, including electronic devices, photographs, drugs, and books related to Tupac Shakur.

Keffe D’s Involvement

Keffe D, who claims to be a witness to Tupac Shakur’s fatal shooting, has authored a memoir detailing street gang life and the events surrounding the murder. He describes himself as one of the only two living witnesses to the shooting, the other being Marion ‘Suge’ Knight, the former CEO of Death Row Records.

Connection to Orlando Anderson

Davis is believed to be the uncle of Orlando Anderson, who has long been suspected of involvement in Tupac’s murder. Anderson, who denied any involvement, died in a gang-related shooting in 1998. Davis claimed that shots were fired from the backseat of the car he was in when the shooting occurred, refusing to disclose the identity of the shooter.

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Potential Breakthrough in the Case

The recent search warrant has brought renewed hope for progress in the long-unsolved case. Retired police lieutenant Chris Carroll, who was the first officer on the scene of the shooting, believes that Anderson is the person who shot Tupac Shakur. However, Carroll remains cautious about the prospects of finding evidence after 27 years.

The Unsolved Mystery

Tupac Shakur was shot multiple times in Las Vegas in 1996 while leaving a boxing match. The investigation into his murder has remained unsolved since then, with authorities believing that he was the intended target of the shooting.

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