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Skip to comments.Suspect Pleads Not Guilty in New Jersey Students' Execution-Style Deaths
Posted on 08/10/2007 8:07:06 AM PDT by khnyny
NEWARK, N.J. A Peruvian national in the U.S. illegally and who was previously charged with raping a 5-year-old pleaded not guilty Friday in the execution-style slayings of three young college students a day after surrendering to Mayor Cory Booker.
Jose Carranza, 28, who also goes by the alias Jose La Chira, entered his plea before Essex County Superior Court Judge Michael Casale. A second suspect, a 15-year-old boy, has been held pending a detention hearing. Authorities were seeking to have him tried as an adult
Carranza, of Peru, was being held on $1 million bail. He turned himself in to Booker after his fingerprints were lifted from a bottle in connection with the shootings of four college students on Saturday. Three were killed but a fourth survived and was hospitalized after the shootings in a Newark schoolyard.
FOX News has learned Carranza, who has a fake Social Security number, had been arrested on charges of raping a 5-year-old and then threatening the child and parents. In that case he faced a 31-count indictment.
In another, he was arrested on assault charges stemming from a bar fight.
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A Peruvian national in the U.S. illegally
I am SHOCKED!
Its too bad hate radio prevented the granting of Amnesty to such fine individuals.
I am outraged by this heinous act. When are city and state officials going to act to prevent this tragedy from affecting other families?
Why was he not in jail?
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