Skip to comments.San Jose light-rail murder case heading toward a trial
Posted on 09/05/2011 10:14:17 AM PDT by NohSpinZone
Two years ago, Kristina Harris Perkins, a 19-year-old woman enrolled in the San Jose Job Corps Center with big plans for the future, lay dead on a light-rail station platform. She had been stabbed in the heart.
Now, after a marathon 26-day preliminary hearing spread out over three months, Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge Rise Pichon has ruled there is enough evidence to try five young adults -- all from the same San Jose family -- on charges of murder and attempted murder stemming from a deadly brawl captured by security cameras at the Alum Rock station.
Two other Job Corps students also were stabbed during the Aug. 15, 2009, fight.
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The light rail is stoopid and nothing but a huge waste of loot.
That state deserves all the sh*t they get from such trash. They voted for socialism for generations.
A pox upon they! The non-conservative ones, that is.
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