Trial opens for Paterson man charged in fatal Night Out shooting
The killing made headlines when it happened, but the irony of a homicide at an event dedicated to combating violence was not mentioned by either the prosecutor or defense lawyer at the outset of 30-year-old Marlon Rochester's trial.
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#1 Jan 15, 2013
What a coward to shoot at someone from behind
#2 Jan 16, 2013
The man is not coward,people must stop attacking people at the privacy of their home.bullying dont pay.lead in death and drama.
#3 Jan 16, 2013
whether or not you deem this individuals actions as cowardly or even if he was being bullied I assure you if he had to do it over again he would choose a different method of resolution. He made a bad situation worse. For who? Himself, his children his wife ect. I personally will never understand this violent subculture. Why is hurting someone always the first choice. What happened to being the bigger person and walking away. In my experience this usually proves your point even more by showing the person your time is to valuable to waste on their BS.
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