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Hearing rescheduled in killing of Chinese students at USC

06-26-2012 07:52 BJT

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A Los Angeles court says the arraignment for two suspects being held over the killing of two Chinese students studying at the University of Southern California has been re-scheduled for July 18th.

The two, Bryan Barnes, 20, and Javier Bolden, 19, made a brief court appearance in the Foltz Criminal Justice Center in downtown Los Angeles. But the arraignment was postponed again after their lawyer argued he has not seen all the information.

Several USC students and alumni attend the arraignment hearing of two men charged with the
murders of two USC Chinese graduate students.

However, the court rejected the lawyer’s appeal to postpone the hearing to August. It had been scheduled for May but postponed to Monday for the same reason. The two suspects were arrested on May the 18th and are being held without bail.

They are charged with the April 11th murders of Qu Ming and Wu Ying, both 23 and second-year graduate students at USC. The two electrical engineering students were gunned down near the USC campus in an apparent car-jacking attempt.


Editor:Zhang Dan |Source: CNTV.CN

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