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A New York City decider on Friday meted out prolonged jail sentences in a mistaken-identity murder of a 15-year-old child by members of a travel squad famous for a MS-13-like ruthlessness.
Surveillance footage showed Lesandro “Junior” Guzman-Feliz being attacked with knives and a machete by Trinitario gang members in Jun 2018 — a murdering that repelled New York and a nation. Guzman-Feliz was followed into a Bronx bodega and dragged onto a travel before he was fatally stabbed. Police pronounced a killers had mistaken “Junior” for a member of a opposition gang.
The sentences were handed down after a boy’s mom told a decider her son’s killers had taken a life of an innocent.
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Lesandro “Junior” Guzman-Feliz. (New York Police Department)
“That night, there were dual deaths, Junior and I, who was left passed inside, Leandra Feliz said, according to WABC-TV.
Guzman-Feliz, who lived about a retard from where he was slain, wanted to turn a military officer. He was a member of a NYPD Explorers program, that introduces immature group and women to careers in law coercion and rapist justice.
“Please make certain my son’s dreams come true,” said Leandra Feliz, according to a station. “These killers should never be means to step out of a jail cell, so they know a impulse they killed my son, they took their possess lives as well.”
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The toughest judgment was meted out to 25-year-old Jonaiki Martinez Estrella, who prosecutors pronounced struck a blow that eventually killed Junior. Estrella perceived life in jail with no possibility of parole, a New York Post reported.
At one point, a NYPD was probing cops who watched Lesandro “Junior” Guzman-Feliz as he bled to death.
Antonio Rodriguez Hernandez Santiago, 25, Jose Muniz, 23, and Elvin Garcia, 25, were any condemned to life behind bars with an event for release after 25 years, a Post reported.
Manuel Rivera, 19, was condemned to 23 years to life.
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Eight other Trinitarios arrested in a box are available trials, a paper reported.
“Junior came to designate all of a immature people who have mislaid their lives to heartless squad violence,” Bronx District Attorney Darcel Clark pronounced in June, and a outcome “fortifies a Bronx community’s mount opposite violence.”
Eight other defendants are scheduled to go on hearing on Oct. 22.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.