Shooting at murder scene was to protect other people, defense attorney suggests during hearing
There are 1 comment on the The Batavian story from Sep 10, 2018, titled Shooting at murder scene was to protect other people, defense attorney suggests during hearing. In it, The Batavian reports that:
The police surveillance video of Central Avenue, Batavia, the night of May 17, when Nathaniel D. Wilson Jr., murdered Terry J. Toote with a knife, shows that Wilson was a threat to harm other people in the area, according to an attorney for Jennifer K. Urvizu-Hanlon. Urvizu-Hanlon, former owner of La Mexicana store on East Main Street, is charged with criminal liability for conduct of another/criminal possession of a weapon, 2nd.
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#1 Sep 11, 2018
bs blacks love violence. That spook knew what he was doing.
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